Difference between revisions of "Emergency Care (EC) Domain Analyses Model, Release 1"

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Comment by Andy Spooner (Child Health Workgroup). (Monday, October 6, 2008 1:17:53 PM EDT)
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*Comment by Andy Spooner (Child Health Workgroup). (Monday, October 6, 2008 1:17:53 PM EDT) I wonder if this would be more feasible if the scope were made even narrower. Emergency care, even confined to the in-hospital portion, is incredibly broad.  
I wonder if this would be more feasible if the scope were made even narrower. Emergency care, even confined to the in-hospital portion, is incredibly broad.  
 
  
Comment by Austin Kreisler (Lab). (Thursday, October 9, 2008 3:10:33 PM EDT)
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*Comment by Austin Kreisler (Lab). (Thursday, October 9, 2008 3:10:33 PM EDT) A DAM is not a new product, its a V3 related product.
A DAM is not a new product, its a V3 related product.
 

Revision as of 16:30, 19 November 2008

The scope of this project is to create a Domain Analyses Model (DAM) for Emergency Care. The initial scope include in-hospital emergency care however is anticipated that this initial scope will be expanded to pre-hospital care and secondary data users in subsequent versions.

Summary: Number of participants: 10 Most popular option: Affirmative Votes in favor: 9 Comments: 2

Jim Case - Affirmative Suzanne Gonzales-Webb - Affirmative Jim McClay (EC) - Abstain Helmut Koenig, II - Affirmative Ed Tripp (RCRIM) - Affirmative Austin Kreisler (Lab) - Affirmative Robert Root - Affirmative Martin Hurrell (WG GAS) - Affirmative Crystal Kallem (CIC) - Affirmative Rita Altamore (PHER) - Affirmative

Comments

  • Comment by Andy Spooner (Child Health Workgroup). (Monday, October 6, 2008 1:17:53 PM EDT) I wonder if this would be more feasible if the scope were made even narrower. Emergency care, even confined to the in-hospital portion, is incredibly broad.
  • Comment by Austin Kreisler (Lab). (Thursday, October 9, 2008 3:10:33 PM EDT) A DAM is not a new product, its a V3 related product.