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OHF Meeting October Washington [message #5278] Tue, 11 October 2005 01:08 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: kimc.jivamedical.com

The next face to face OHF meeting will be in Washington DC
on Monday October 24th. This was scheduled to coincide with
the Joint OMG/HL7 Workshop on Healthcare Interoperability
hosted by the OMG and HL7.

The agenda will be posted shortly, but the intent is to
cover general status, governance, and then the intial
sub-projects that have been proposed, a) HL7 frameworks
and tooling, b) CTS and c) Secure RCP.

The meeting will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the

Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
ALEXANDRIA-HISTORIC DISTRICT
625 FIRST STREET
ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314
UNITED STATES
Tel: 1-703-5486300
Fax: 1-703-5488032

Please let me know if you plan to attend

Kim
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #5341 is a reply to message #5278] Tue, 11 October 2005 01:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: grahameg.jivamedical.com

> the intial sub-projects that have been proposed,
> a) HL7 frameworks and tooling,
> b) CTS and
> c) Secure RCP.

There will be others. Watch this newsgroup over the
next few days.

Grahame
Re: OHF Meetings [message #6537 is a reply to message #5341] Thu, 13 October 2005 14:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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How about any meetings in Europe?

I know, most stakeholders are located in the US so far, but especially
with healthcare it is very important to include local aspects of EVERY
country (or at least continent/trade unit) it should apply.

E.g. issues like HIPAA are important for America (or just the US), but
have nothing to do with European (EU) healthcare organizations and
professionals.
While the EU has other initiatives like a common European SmartCard for
social security (and other citizen matters in some case)

Werner Keil
MedSurvey Foundation
Re: OHF Meetings [message #6649 is a reply to message #6537] Mon, 17 October 2005 13:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: grahame.jivamedical.com

hi

I'd like to have a meeting in Europe (and one in Australia too).
It's a bit of a catch-22 - we don't have anyone in Europe, because
we don't meet in Europe. We don't meet in Europe because we don't
have anyone there.

Actually, neither of those things is actually true.
We've only had one meeting and we have this meeting scheduled.
At our only other meeting we had 2 representatives from Europe
(Wales and Finland)

we are aware of the importance of global standards, there's several
CEN standards of importance such as 13606 and others you allude to
outside the direct healthcare domain

Grahame


Werner Keil wrote:
> How about any meetings in Europe?
>
> I know, most stakeholders are located in the US so far, but especially
> with healthcare it is very important to include local aspects of EVERY
> country (or at least continent/trade unit) it should apply.
>
> E.g. issues like HIPAA are important for America (or just the US), but
> have nothing to do with European (EU) healthcare organizations and
> professionals.
> While the EU has other initiatives like a common European SmartCard for
> social security (and other citizen matters in some case)
>
> Werner Keil
> MedSurvey Foundation
>
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #9864 is a reply to message #5278] Thu, 27 October 2005 02:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: grahame.jivamedical.com

hi

I will be posting a summary of the outcomes soon; unfortunately
a glut of meetings has prevented me from posting anything since
the meeting

Grahame

Kim Clohessy wrote:
> The next face to face OHF meeting will be in Washington DC
> on Monday October 24th. This was scheduled to coincide with
> the Joint OMG/HL7 Workshop on Healthcare Interoperability
> hosted by the OMG and HL7.
> The agenda will be posted shortly, but the intent is to cover general
> status, governance, and then the intial sub-projects that have been
> proposed, a) HL7 frameworks
> and tooling, b) CTS and c) Secure RCP.
> The meeting will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the
> Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
> ALEXANDRIA-HISTORIC DISTRICT
> 625 FIRST STREET
> ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314
> UNITED STATES
> Tel: 1-703-5486300
> Fax: 1-703-5488032
> Please let me know if you plan to attend
>
> Kim
>
>
>
>
>
>
Re: OHF Meetings [message #9886 is a reply to message #6649] Mon, 31 October 2005 15:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Wales ?!

As a matter of fact I just moved to Wales (after a banking project in
Switzerland) and the new project and company is though not using Eclise
there a lot closer to Healthcare.

Could you please get me in touch with the person/company who takes part
from Wales. As I am very interested to take part that'll make already 2
from Wales and maybe a meeting here in the UK is more likely...?

P.s.:
If any information is ready enough to present by then, I would be happy to
do a very short presentation on OHF (what it proposes and wants to be)
during a Java Conference I am invited to speak in December!

(time slots are still available as I last checked, so if they accept
another speach of mine, there is a chance to gain more visibility - plus
some other key speaches there are about Healthcare and Open Source..;-)
Re: OHF Meetings [message #10177 is a reply to message #9886] Wed, 09 November 2005 12:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: ada_nospam_m._No_softfab_Spam.com

Werner Keil wrote:

> Wales ?!
>
> As a matter of fact I just moved to Wales (after a banking project in
> Switzerland) and the new project and company is though not using Eclise
> there a lot closer to Healthcare.
>
> Could you please get me in touch with the person/company who takes part
> from Wales. As I am very interested to take part that'll make already 2
> from Wales and maybe a meeting here in the UK is more likely...?
>
> P.s.:
> If any information is ready enough to present by then, I would be happy
> to do a very short presentation on OHF (what it proposes and wants to
> be) during a Java Conference I am invited to speak in December!
>
> (time slots are still available as I last checked, so if they accept
> another speach of mine, there is a chance to gain more visibility - plus
> some other key speaches there are about Healthcare and Open Source..;-)
>

I am in Leeds (working for the UK NHS Connecting For Health).

So possibly a meeting in the UK might be of use as we have a fair number
of suppliers as it is a fairly chunky program.

Adam
Re: OHF Meetings [message #11226 is a reply to message #10177] Wed, 09 November 2005 18:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks for the update.

I have not discussed that with my team members yet, but at least for one
day I am very likely to speak at JavaPolis 05.

Already registered for 2 speeches around Eclipse and J2EE.

I am however thinking of adding another short speech (quickie) on
Healthcare and aspects of OHT.
Re: OHF Meetings [message #11257 is a reply to message #11226] Wed, 09 November 2005 18:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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sorry OHF ;-)

As I work with other frameworks such as WTP, there's the T in it.
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #11371 is a reply to message #9864] Mon, 14 November 2005 15:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I hope nobody has a problem, if I include some facts and information from
the Creation Review in the short summary of OHF scheduled during my
JavaPolis talks? (mostly during JavaPolis University)

Has anyone more information on what NITIZC is?
It is mentioned in the review, but the Web knows nothing about it (search
enginges, etc.)

As it is quoted to be a company/organisation, etc. from the Netherlands,
there might be somebody able to attend JavaPolis?

So if you know contacts, I would be pleased to get in touch and maybe see
them in Antwerp?

Cheers,
Werner
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #11445 is a reply to message #11371] Wed, 16 November 2005 08:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: grahame.jivamedical.com

Werner Keil wrote:
> I hope nobody has a problem, if I include some facts and information
> from the Creation Review in the short summary of OHF scheduled during my
> JavaPolis talks? (mostly during JavaPolis University)
> Has anyone more information on what NITIZC is?
> It is mentioned in the review, but the Web knows nothing about it
> (search enginges, etc.)
>
> As it is quoted to be a company/organisation, etc. from the Netherlands,
> there might be somebody able to attend JavaPolis?
>
> So if you know contacts, I would be pleased to get in touch and maybe
> see them in Antwerp?
>
> Cheers,
> Werner
>

no problem, but I don't know of anyone going to that meeting

Grahame
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #11627 is a reply to message #11445] Wed, 30 November 2005 16:47 Go to previous message
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Grahame Grieve wrote:

> no problem, but I don't know of anyone going to that meeting
If nobody of them is going, sad, but it does not matter so much.
As all I can sumarise about OHF (in just 15min.) should be known to them
anyway.

So it is more to make some people there, who do NOT know it yet curious
and do a little "Evangelism" to maybe gain new stakeholders and supporters
for the project.

When do you think will the OHF project page contain something other than
the "Under Construction" notice ??

I pointed to it, and the proposal archive at Eclipse also shows it exists,
but it might look more promising to some visitors of JavaPolis (and other
people, too) if there was some content, even if if matches the documents
around here mostly...

(I know, it might be a bit tough by Dec 12th, but maybe somebody with
update permission has a chance to do so in those 2 weeks? unfortunately I
myself am not online outside the office and will not get a new broadband
until back from Antwerp and moved into new place ;-)

Werner
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #563867 is a reply to message #5278] Tue, 11 October 2005 01:14 Go to previous message
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> the intial sub-projects that have been proposed,
> a) HL7 frameworks and tooling,
> b) CTS and
> c) Secure RCP.

There will be others. Watch this newsgroup over the
next few days.

Grahame
Re: OHF Meetings [message #564171 is a reply to message #5341] Thu, 13 October 2005 14:36 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner KeilFriend
Messages: 1083
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How about any meetings in Europe?

I know, most stakeholders are located in the US so far, but especially
with healthcare it is very important to include local aspects of EVERY
country (or at least continent/trade unit) it should apply.

E.g. issues like HIPAA are important for America (or just the US), but
have nothing to do with European (EU) healthcare organizations and
professionals.
While the EU has other initiatives like a common European SmartCard for
social security (and other citizen matters in some case)

Werner Keil
MedSurvey Foundation
Re: OHF Meetings [message #564301 is a reply to message #6537] Mon, 17 October 2005 13:16 Go to previous message
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hi

I'd like to have a meeting in Europe (and one in Australia too).
It's a bit of a catch-22 - we don't have anyone in Europe, because
we don't meet in Europe. We don't meet in Europe because we don't
have anyone there.

Actually, neither of those things is actually true.
We've only had one meeting and we have this meeting scheduled.
At our only other meeting we had 2 representatives from Europe
(Wales and Finland)

we are aware of the importance of global standards, there's several
CEN standards of importance such as 13606 and others you allude to
outside the direct healthcare domain

Grahame


Werner Keil wrote:
> How about any meetings in Europe?
>
> I know, most stakeholders are located in the US so far, but especially
> with healthcare it is very important to include local aspects of EVERY
> country (or at least continent/trade unit) it should apply.
>
> E.g. issues like HIPAA are important for America (or just the US), but
> have nothing to do with European (EU) healthcare organizations and
> professionals.
> While the EU has other initiatives like a common European SmartCard for
> social security (and other citizen matters in some case)
>
> Werner Keil
> MedSurvey Foundation
>
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #565163 is a reply to message #5278] Thu, 27 October 2005 02:44 Go to previous message
Grahame Grieve is currently offline Grahame GrieveFriend
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hi

I will be posting a summary of the outcomes soon; unfortunately
a glut of meetings has prevented me from posting anything since
the meeting

Grahame

Kim Clohessy wrote:
> The next face to face OHF meeting will be in Washington DC
> on Monday October 24th. This was scheduled to coincide with
> the Joint OMG/HL7 Workshop on Healthcare Interoperability
> hosted by the OMG and HL7.
> The agenda will be posted shortly, but the intent is to cover general
> status, governance, and then the intial sub-projects that have been
> proposed, a) HL7 frameworks
> and tooling, b) CTS and c) Secure RCP.
> The meeting will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the
> Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
> ALEXANDRIA-HISTORIC DISTRICT
> 625 FIRST STREET
> ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314
> UNITED STATES
> Tel: 1-703-5486300
> Fax: 1-703-5488032
> Please let me know if you plan to attend
>
> Kim
>
>
>
>
>
>
Re: OHF Meetings [message #565188 is a reply to message #6649] Mon, 31 October 2005 15:09 Go to previous message
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Wales ?!

As a matter of fact I just moved to Wales (after a banking project in
Switzerland) and the new project and company is though not using Eclise
there a lot closer to Healthcare.

Could you please get me in touch with the person/company who takes part
from Wales. As I am very interested to take part that'll make already 2
from Wales and maybe a meeting here in the UK is more likely...?

P.s.:
If any information is ready enough to present by then, I would be happy to
do a very short presentation on OHF (what it proposes and wants to be)
during a Java Conference I am invited to speak in December!

(time slots are still available as I last checked, so if they accept
another speach of mine, there is a chance to gain more visibility - plus
some other key speaches there are about Healthcare and Open Source..;-)
Re: OHF Meetings [message #565553 is a reply to message #9886] Wed, 09 November 2005 12:11 Go to previous message
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Werner Keil wrote:

> Wales ?!
>
> As a matter of fact I just moved to Wales (after a banking project in
> Switzerland) and the new project and company is though not using Eclise
> there a lot closer to Healthcare.
>
> Could you please get me in touch with the person/company who takes part
> from Wales. As I am very interested to take part that'll make already 2
> from Wales and maybe a meeting here in the UK is more likely...?
>
> P.s.:
> If any information is ready enough to present by then, I would be happy
> to do a very short presentation on OHF (what it proposes and wants to
> be) during a Java Conference I am invited to speak in December!
>
> (time slots are still available as I last checked, so if they accept
> another speach of mine, there is a chance to gain more visibility - plus
> some other key speaches there are about Healthcare and Open Source..;-)
>

I am in Leeds (working for the UK NHS Connecting For Health).

So possibly a meeting in the UK might be of use as we have a fair number
of suppliers as it is a fairly chunky program.

Adam
Re: OHF Meetings [message #565572 is a reply to message #10177] Wed, 09 November 2005 18:06 Go to previous message
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Thanks for the update.

I have not discussed that with my team members yet, but at least for one
day I am very likely to speak at JavaPolis 05.

Already registered for 2 speeches around Eclipse and J2EE.

I am however thinking of adding another short speech (quickie) on
Healthcare and aspects of OHT.
Re: OHF Meetings [message #565594 is a reply to message #11226] Wed, 09 November 2005 18:07 Go to previous message
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sorry OHF ;-)

As I work with other frameworks such as WTP, there's the T in it.
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #565663 is a reply to message #9864] Mon, 14 November 2005 15:50 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner KeilFriend
Messages: 96
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I hope nobody has a problem, if I include some facts and information from
the Creation Review in the short summary of OHF scheduled during my
JavaPolis talks? (mostly during JavaPolis University)

Has anyone more information on what NITIZC is?
It is mentioned in the review, but the Web knows nothing about it (search
enginges, etc.)

As it is quoted to be a company/organisation, etc. from the Netherlands,
there might be somebody able to attend JavaPolis?

So if you know contacts, I would be pleased to get in touch and maybe see
them in Antwerp?

Cheers,
Werner
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #565772 is a reply to message #11371] Wed, 16 November 2005 08:45 Go to previous message
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Werner Keil wrote:
> I hope nobody has a problem, if I include some facts and information
> from the Creation Review in the short summary of OHF scheduled during my
> JavaPolis talks? (mostly during JavaPolis University)
> Has anyone more information on what NITIZC is?
> It is mentioned in the review, but the Web knows nothing about it
> (search enginges, etc.)
>
> As it is quoted to be a company/organisation, etc. from the Netherlands,
> there might be somebody able to attend JavaPolis?
>
> So if you know contacts, I would be pleased to get in touch and maybe
> see them in Antwerp?
>
> Cheers,
> Werner
>

no problem, but I don't know of anyone going to that meeting

Grahame
Re: OHF Meeting October Washington [message #565944 is a reply to message #11445] Wed, 30 November 2005 16:47 Go to previous message
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Grahame Grieve wrote:

> no problem, but I don't know of anyone going to that meeting
If nobody of them is going, sad, but it does not matter so much.
As all I can sumarise about OHF (in just 15min.) should be known to them
anyway.

So it is more to make some people there, who do NOT know it yet curious
and do a little "Evangelism" to maybe gain new stakeholders and supporters
for the project.

When do you think will the OHF project page contain something other than
the "Under Construction" notice ??

I pointed to it, and the proposal archive at Eclipse also shows it exists,
but it might look more promising to some visitors of JavaPolis (and other
people, too) if there was some content, even if if matches the documents
around here mostly...

(I know, it might be a bit tough by Dec 12th, but maybe somebody with
update permission has a chance to do so in those 2 weeks? unfortunately I
myself am not online outside the office and will not get a new broadband
until back from Antwerp and moved into new place ;-)

Werner
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