OHIE Architecture & Standards Call 3/28 (Follow Up)

Couldn’t join the OHIE Architecture & Standards call today? Or maybe you did but want to refresh your memory about what happened?

  1. Read the minutes and listen to the recording out on the wiki -

  2. Jack’s slides can be found in the minutes and

  3. Action Items:

**a. ** Each subcommunity needs to come to a consensus on 2 individuals to represent their community on the architecture review board, additional at-large members will also be identified prior to our next meeting on April 14th. The architecture
review board will vote for consensus on cross-cutting architectural concerns that have been raised and discussed through the mailing list and during calls.
Please email back your two representatives by end of day Friday, April 4th.

**b. **The architecture group is to provide feedback on the draft document around governance – found

. Please respond by end of day Friday, April 4th.

**c. **Shaun and Jennifer will get Ryan Crichton on a Client Registry community call to discuss using the
IHE PAM profile for workflows.

**d. **Shaun will work to organize a call for profiling and documenting our next steps for CTS2.

If you have an architecture topic you would like to discuss here is the best way to make that happen;

Pose the question to this mailing list, and we’ll make sure to stimulate a conversation there.

If the topic is better served by a group real-time conversation, place your suggestion here:
http://notes.ohie.org/architecture-agenda-planning the suggestion will then be add as a future agenda items.

Next Call scheduled for Monday, April 14th!

Jamie Thomas | Health Informatics Project Coordinator

Regenstrief Institute, Inc. |
ph: 317.274.9218 | Skype: jamie.thomas5670 |

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