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| Stephen Chu (PCWG) Wednesday, October 21, 2015 9:05:25 o'clock PM GMT||"The project needs include this statement which PCWG strongly support: ""It would be useful to detail what extra data might be needed for some different common use cases. As other use cases gain importance (based on industry needs or regulation)""
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Latest revision as of 15:48, 19 November 2015

Return to Domain Experts Electronic Voting Summaries

Please vote on the PSS for the CQI WG. Enter your name and WG along with your vote. 1 vote per WG. Poll open until November 11, 2015.

Link to PSS Link to PSS

Work Group Health: Green Review of PBS Metrics: Green

Summary

  • Number of participants: 10
  • Most popular option: Affirmative
  • Votes in favor: 10
  • Comments: 0
  • Non-participating work groups counted as abstaining solely for the purpose of counting quorum:

Vote

' Affirmative Negative (with comments only) Abstain
Chris Millet OK
edwardheltonBRIDG OK
James McClay (ECWG) OK
John Walsh (Anesthesia) OK
Durwin Attachments OK
Stephen Chu (PCWG) OK
John Kiser (RCRIM) OK
John Roberts (PHER) OK
Dianne Reeves (CIC) OK
Melva Peters OK
Count 10 0 0

Comments

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Stephen Chu (PCWG) Wednesday, October 21, 2015 9:05:25 o'clock PM GMT The project needs include this statement which PCWG strongly support: "It would be useful to detail what extra data might be needed for some different common use cases. As other use cases gain importance (based on industry needs or regulation)"It will be useful to list PCWG as interested party and enlist PCWG contribution to use cases