OHIE Architecture Call Topics 12/12 (Feedback Needed)

On today’s OHIE Architecture call we had a very meaningful conversation around the Architecture Review Board (ARB) and OpenHIE Releases however we did not get to all of the agenda. Since our next
call is not until January 9th I would like to ask

  1. Crowd sourcing essential components of a Data Sharing Agreement Template -
  2. Goal: Informational and looking for specific examples to incorporate in the agreement
  3. IHE testing
  4. What are our next opportunities?
    1. Derek has suggested t he IHE Europe CAT is being held April 3-7, 2017
    in Venice, Italy. As a timing note: the deadline for registration for this event is January 16 (exactly one week after our next Architecture community call)
    1. Derek suggested Asia CAT (no dates on this yet)

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