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Please vote on the PSS for the Anesthesia WG. Enter your name and WG along with your vote. 1 vote per WG. Poll open until November 23, 2014
 
Please vote on the PSS for the Anesthesia WG. Enter your name and WG along with your vote. 1 vote per WG. Poll open until November 23, 2014
  
 
Link to PSS
 
Link to PSS
http://gforge.hl7.org/gf/project/desd/scmsvn/?action=browse&path=%2Ftrunk%2FDocuments%2FProjectScopeStatements%2F2014%2F2014_10_22_Intraoperative_Anesthesia_DAM%2520-%2520Anes%2520WG%2520response%2520to%2520PCWG%2520comments.doc&sortby=date&view=log
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[http://gforge.hl7.org/gf/project/desd/scmsvn/?action=browse&path=%2Ftrunk%2FDocuments%2FProjectScopeStatements%2F2014%2F2014_10_22_Intraoperative_Anesthesia_DAM%2520-%2520Anes%2520WG%2520response%2520to%2520PCWG%2520comments.doc&sortby=date&view=log Interoperative Anesthesia DAM PSS]
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*Summary -
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**Number of participants: 9
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**Most popular option: Affirmative
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**Votes in favor: 8
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**Comments: 1
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**Non-participating work groups counted as abstaining solely for the purpose of counting quorum:
  
 
Work Group Health: Yellow
 
Work Group Health: Yellow
 
Review of PBS Metrics: Green
 
Review of PBS Metrics: Green
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==Vote==
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{| {{table}} border=1
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|''''''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Affirmative'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Negative (only with comments)'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Abstain'''
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| Stephen Chu (PCWG)||OK||||
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| John Kiser (RCRIM)||OK||||
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| Craig Gabron (AWG)||OK||||
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| Ken Pool (PHER)||||||OK
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| John Walsh (Anesthesia)||OK||||
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| John Rhoads (DEV)||OK||||
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| Scott Robertson (PHARM)||OK||||
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| Jim McClay (EDWG)||OK||||
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| Dianne Reeves (CIC)||OK||||
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| Count||8||0||1
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==Comments==
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| Stephen Chu (PCWG) Sunday, November 2, 2014||PCWG recommends a few changes to PSS: (1) Project name change to: perioperative anaesthetic record as scope covers pre, intra and post op anaesthetic events; (2)  Section 3a - deliverable to include UML class diagram of the clinical data models (instead of UML models); (3) Section 3a - to indicate that extra-corporal circulatory support contents will be dealt with by a separate project (as previously discussed)
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Latest revision as of 18:50, 2 December 2014

Return to Domain Experts Electronic Voting Summaries

Please vote on the PSS for the Anesthesia WG. Enter your name and WG along with your vote. 1 vote per WG. Poll open until November 23, 2014

Link to PSS Interoperative Anesthesia DAM PSS

  • Summary -
    • Number of participants: 9
    • Most popular option: Affirmative
    • Votes in favor: 8
    • Comments: 1
    • Non-participating work groups counted as abstaining solely for the purpose of counting quorum:

Work Group Health: Yellow Review of PBS Metrics: Green

Vote

' Affirmative Negative (only with comments) Abstain
Stephen Chu (PCWG) OK
John Kiser (RCRIM) OK
Craig Gabron (AWG) OK
Ken Pool (PHER) OK
John Walsh (Anesthesia) OK
John Rhoads (DEV) OK
Scott Robertson (PHARM) OK
Jim McClay (EDWG) OK
Dianne Reeves (CIC) OK
Count 8 0 1

Comments

Stephen Chu (PCWG) Sunday, November 2, 2014 PCWG recommends a few changes to PSS: (1) Project name change to: perioperative anaesthetic record as scope covers pre, intra and post op anaesthetic events; (2) Section 3a - deliverable to include UML class diagram of the clinical data models (instead of UML models); (3) Section 3a - to indicate that extra-corporal circulatory support contents will be dealt with by a separate project (as previously discussed)