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Subject: RE: [ebxml-jc] RE: ISO TC215 e-Business study

As an update to the contacts with ISO TC 215 (healthcare) earlier this year, I met Frans van Bommel again last week.
The main new item of interest is a new project called "Document Registry Framework", which intends to develop an ISO standard based on the IHE XDS profile:

This Techinical Specification is applicable to focus on presenting further development of Document Registry Framework for transmitting, storing, and utilizing  documents (e.g. CDA, DICOM, etc.) in the clinical environment based on the ebXML Registry Framework. This document is to specify the general document registry and associated repository framework by specialization of ISO 15000 (ebXML registry standards).

This Technical Specification defines a specific use of the ebXML Registry Standard for the sharing of documents of any standardized content in the context of healthcare.  It does not require the development of new health informatics standards.  It describes the means to locate and access documents among a diverse set of health organizations.
This project is proposed by:

Il-Kon Kim

Director, Intelligent Health Information System Development Center

Department of Medical Informatics

Kyungpook National University

email: ikkim@knu.ac.kr
Other topics we discussed seem less relevant to the OASIS ebXML TCs.  One is about a mapping mechanism for embedded references in objects that are moved to another domain (where the references don't exist). This is similar to XML catalogs. The other is about a common data type library which includes data types for terminology, names and addresses, text and content data types, quantity data types, collection data types, timing data types. I think this has many potential links with other projects (Core Components, NDRs, CIQ, UnitsML, W3C XSD part 2) but not really to OASIS TCs. 
I will get more information about other areas, some of which may have more obvious links with other OASIS ebXML TCs, in particular protocols to interface with Electronic Health Records (EN 13606-5, "exchange models").
If you have any questions or comments, please contact me.

From: Breininger, Kathryn R [mailto:kathryn.r.breininger@boeing.com]
Sent: 26 February 2007 15:41
To: Frans van Bommel
Cc: ebxml-jc@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [ebxml-jc] RE: ISO TC215 e-Business study; Questionaire: We need answers!!!!!

Hi Frans,
The members of the ebXML Joint Committee are compiling a composite of answers to your questions, and will have them to you before March 1st.  Just wanted to let you know we are working on them!
Kathryn Breininger
OASIS ebXML Joint Committee Chair

Kathryn Breininger
Boeing Library Services
425-965-0182 phone


From: Frans van Bommel [mailto:f.van.bommel@vektis.nl]
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2007 6:17 AM
To: Yun Sik Kwak; Sylvia Webb; Robert Stegwee; Robert Leif; Rachel Foerster; Pim van der Eijk; Pete Wenzel; Paul Knapp (failure 2007); Monica Martin; Mike Doran; Melvin Reynolds; Masaharu Obayashi; Ken Toyoda; Jill Kaufman; Jacques R. Durand; Edgar Gluck; Ed Hammond; David RR Webber (XML); Dale Moberg; Audrey E. Dickerson; Asuman Dogac; Andreas Schultz; Anders Grangard; Breininger, Kathryn R
Cc: Stefan Sauermann; Andreas Schultz; Asbjorn Hovsto; Benedikt Benediktsson; Bertrand Poisson; Brian Love; Carmen Ceinos; Charles Waudby; Dejan Likar; Edgar Gluck; Ellen van Bodegom; Erwin Bartels; Gemma Garvan; Helen Broberg; Inger Wejerfelt; J.Luis Monteagudo; Juergen Gambal; Kauko Hartikainen; Kyriakos Kassis; Luc Mouchot; Marie Lalor; Moller Hansen Flemming; Norbert Paquel; Stephan Schug; Tom Marley
Subject: ISO TC215 e-Business study; Questionaire: We need answers!!!!!

Dear all,
I am resending you the questions about a possible future for ebXML within TC215.
There at the moment not enough answers in order to prepare the advice for the Montreal meeting.
We need your ideas too!!!.
Please take a few minutes and insert some lines in the email with your view upon the ebXML subject.
Best regards
Frans van Bommel 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 4:22 PM
Subject: ISO TC215 e-Business study;Questionaire

Dear all,
Attached you will find the minutes (summary) of the ISO TC215 ebXML orientation meeting hosted by HL7 in San Diego.
Sorry for sending it later as promished during the meeting. At the end of the document references are made to more information about the MoU, ebXML, OASIS and HL7.
The next step will be the preparation of the advice for TC meeting in Montreal (29 March 2007). We have prepared a few questions in order to get a better view upon a possible role of TC215 in the e-Business process. Based upon the already available results of the study and the answers of all the experts Dr.Kwak and Mr van Bommel will introduce a proposal for the future relationship between TC215 and ebXML.
1. Which sector and/or group do you represent? (Healthcare, Business, ICT, Standardisation, ........)
2. What do you think can be the benefit of using ebXML for TC215 and or HL7?
3. Which parts of ebXML are of most interest for TC215
4. Which areas of the healthcare domain can use ebXML as it is (Patient records, reimbursement, .........)
5. Is there a need for TC215 to support the ebXML development process in common (not only Healthcare)?
6. Organisational viewpoint: How can we work together in the future with ISO, OASIS, UN/cefact and others for e-Business (New liasons, participation in other groups, a new WG or task Force within TC215, ......)?
7. If a new TC215 WG is proposed, what should be the main target of this group.
Note that for this purpose we don't need to much technical details but we prefer only short opinions (if needed with references to other documents with more information).
Your assistance will be greatly appreciated.
Please take a short time to fill in the questions of this email and return them to me before 1 March 2007.
Best regards
Frans van Bommel

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