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The Sequoia Project has assembled experts across a wide range of different stakeholders to develop specific and pragmatic implementation guidance on clinical content for healthcare stakeholders in order to facilitate health information exchange. This guidance, in the form of implementation guides covering identified priority use cases, will be readily adoptable by health information exchange vendors, implementers, networks, governance frameworks, and testing programs.
The implementation guidance developed by the Data Usability Workgroup targets improvements necessary to enable semantic interoperability of health information and builds on existing work. Semantic interoperability will improve the usability of data received by end users within their workflows. Input from all relevant stakeholders is essential to developing credible implementation guides for a specific use cases and ensuring stakeholder participation is a crucial organizational objective for the Workgroup.
The Data Quality Workgroup developed one implementation guide focusing on data quality and addressing each of the following high-level use cases:
The workgroup meets on the first Thursday of each month at 4:00 p.m. ET. We will strive to post the meeting materials for each meeting the day before, and upload meeting recordings within 24 hours.
The Interoperability Matters Leadership Council chartered the Data Usability Workgroup to work in the following phases:
October 2020-March 2021
April 2021-Q3 2022
August 29, 2022 – October 14, 2022
October 14, 2022 – December 14, 2022
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