OpenHIE Architecture Call - Monday, October 8

If you could not join us for the OpenHIE Architecture call today, you can read the minutes or listen to the recording on
2018-10-08 Architecture Call wiki page. Just a reminder about the next steps called out during today’s call include:

OpenHIE Architecture team needs to coordinate a further discussion about HipTest on November 5th DevOps call. This will be an opportunity to discuss in further detail and to make a decision about whether OpenHIE should use
going forward. The group will then need to work with OpenHIE leadership about how to support the level of effort this could take after need has been identified.

Derek Ritz will provide information for the DevOps call in November about Patient Administration Management.

Review and provide feedback on the
OpenHIE Architecture diagram
for discussion during the next call. Please contact Jennifer Shivers with any questions/concerns.

next OpenHIE Architecture
call is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. EDT on Friday, October 26th.


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