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Dave Shaver on HL7
Entrepreneur, HL7 Expert, & Chief Architect: Cloverleaf, Corepoint Health IE. Expert: Health care workflow, Interface engines. Co-Chair: HL7 InM Committee.
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Mar 3
Great -related poll from : “What primary interoperability role should the federal government play?”
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 16
BoD report and structure "split" discussed and more detailed proposal to be considered at the May BoD meeting
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 16
BoD report Product Family Update by : R4 means likely community interest transition from base standard over to publishing implementation guides. Key issue to resolve: How do we make IG process lighter weight?
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 16
BoD report Business Model readout by Andrew Truscott: Adjustments needed for to gain better financial footing. Next step is developing more comprehensive plan and discussions at May WGM. "Proceeding as quickly as we can."
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 16
BoD report will continue to work with Joint Initiative Council but with goal to improve focus, mission, and governance of the organization
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 14
TSC Report at co-chair dinner: endorses formal life-cycle states for published standards
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 14
TSC Report at co-chair dinner: introduces consolidated calendar. Most interesting to those helping develop
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 14
introduces new logo. Formally launching at . Designed for consistent branding across the family
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Jan 14
Int'l Report: WGM attendance; 564 ttl regs; 472 from US / 92 non-US. 18 Affiliates represented. Attendees from 20 countries.
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Nov 3
My answer to How do I connect with KNX? Seems difficult to imagine a directly map from HL7 to/from KNX. Workflow FTW.
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 2
Int'l Report: Great WGM attendance; 617 ttl regs; 519 from US / 98 non-US. 19 Affiliates with 36 represented. Attendees from 22 countries!
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 1
Stan Huff "Some say, 'Medicine used to be inefficient and ineffective. Now it is complex and dangerous.' The technology and decision support rules are growing by an order of magnitude. We must do something different and disruptive."
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 1
Sagran Moodley "How do you manage risk if you don't understand utilization? Payers have a wide view of the member (patient). Providers have a narrow view of the patient due to fragmentation."
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 1
Sagran Moodley "More of us payers need to participate in . We've always had big data. We're lacking the small data."
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 1
"The arbitrage opportunity in making US health care more efficient is larger than anything else on the planet"
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 1
"Historically each vendor could create an 'Open API'. The Cures Act requires API access 'Without special effort.' No IP restrictions, extra charges, etc. This will unleash innovation, business models, and new clinical outcomes."
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 1
"People ask, 'When will clinical data interoperability be solved?' The real question is, 'What is the business case?' People think systems just talk to one another. They don't without serious effort."
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Oct 1
Plenary Meeting kicks off with Donald Rucker who is National Coordinator at
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Sep 30
"Any stupid person can write an XSLT. Wait; that didn't come out right. Anyone can write an XSLT and a few are stupid enough to do it." --
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Dave Shaver on HL7 Sep 9
RIP I will miss our discussions of beer, hockey, and HL7. Your contributions and friendship will be missed. I had a beer in your honor today. .
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