Scottsdale 2013

Venue: 
CIMI Meeting at Mayo facilities in Scottsdale Arizona.
Meeting date: 
Friday, January 18, 2013 - 09:00 to Sunday, January 20, 2013 - 17:00

Agenda

Friday, January 18, 2013
Topic Lead
Welcome and overview Stan Huff
IHTSDO Value Set Authoring Tool John Gutai
HL7 Logistic Support Services Stan Huff
Organizational Issues
  • Business entity
  • Membership
  • License agreements
  • Operating Model
  • Organizational
  • CIMI Artefact
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Syntax for Specifying Example Data Instances Stan Huff
New Process Proposals -
Update on OMG and UML Models Dave Carlson
Robert Lario
Terminology authoring Tools
  • Options
  • Availability
  • Cost
  • Management
  • Define selection process
Stan Huff
  • IHTSDO Workbench Demonstration
  • SnowOwl Demonstration
Peter Hendler
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Topic Lead
Model authoring Tools
  • Options
  • Availability
  • Cost
  • Management
  • Define selection process
Stan Huff
Relationship of CIMI to International Standards and Products Stan Huff
Registry/Repository
  • Registry and Repository - Nicholas Oughtibridge
  • Repository Proposal - Evert Jan Hoijtink
  • HingX - Mark Shafarman
  • ISO DTS 13972 DCM - William Gossen
Stan Huff / Nicholas Oughtibridge
Report from the MTF -
MTF Working Session
  • Proposed changes to CM RM
Michael van der Zel
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Topic Lead
MTF Working Session -
Identify and Prioritize Near Term Projects -
Review of Action Items and Next Steps -

Location meeting:

Presentations and documents

6 documents available. Click on title for a preview and details.

Author: Linda Bird Document: File CIMI Modelling Taskforce Report

Background
Overview of modelling approach
Laboratory Results Report
Submitted models
Comparative analysis
Modelling patterns
Clinical Models
Terminology binding
Demographics Model
Future work and discussion

Author: Michael van der Zel Document: PDF icon CIMI Reference Model

Updates & Proposed Changes 1.0.6 > 1.0.8
Scottsdale F2F jan-2013

CIMI Reference Model requirements include:
As a general rule we want to minimise complexity
Consistency

Author: Mark Shafarman Document: File Health Ingenuity Exchange

Health Ingenuity Exchange (HingX)
Best Practices for User Groups and Resource Registration

Author: William Goossen Document: File William Goossen

DCM QMS Maintenance

Author: John Gutai Document: File Workbench Utilities Worksheet

This is a walk-though of functionality available in the Workbench Utilities, primarily covering reference set development, review and release.