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groups:tsc:wg-updates:healthcare-wg-2018-jul [2018/07/26 01:42]
Nathan DiNiro Updates to patient WG details
groups:tsc:wg-updates:healthcare-wg-2018-jul [2018/07/26 02:41] (current)
Nathan DiNiro [Issues]
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 ===== Working Group Health ===== ===== Working Group Health =====
-//​**Required** Sum up the status and health of your working group and the community in a few sentences. Consider this the TL;DR for the rest of the report. How is your working group doing health-wise?​ Are work products being created? Are there new contributors/​participants showing up?// 
  
-After evolving the Healthcare Workgroup earlier this year our plan to develop sub-groups and produce work product has made excellent headway. Three active subgroups have formed to examine Patient-centric,​ Payor/​Insurance,​ and Electronic Health Record use cases. The Working Group recently hosted a Gartner Research Director who focuses on blockchain in healthcare ​to share his views with the group. ​+After evolving the Healthcare Workgroup earlier this year our plan to develop sub-groups and produce work product has made excellent headway. Three active subgroups have formed to examine Patient-centric,​ Payor/​Insurance,​ and Electronic Health Record use cases. ​ 
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 +The Working Group recently hosted a Gartner Research Director, [[https://​drive.google.com/​open?​id=1BSTYkDnfAC6kBuwb6LrKzOOjY1Ntn4rJ|Homan Farahmand]], ​who focuses on blockchain in healthcare, who share his research ​with the group, Audio, [[https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​134M6SwmdorNfaYr5oEeqz_HTyTJCWPjT/​view?​usp=sharing|video]],​ and transcript available on our public Google Drive archive: [[https://​drive.google.com/​drive/​folders/​132d2z4fZF19FvTr3WWiM5WSzbimqqE6b?​usp=sharing]]
  
 ===== Issues ===== ===== Issues =====
-//​**Required** If there are any specific issues that the TSC should be aware of or specifically address, then please call them out. If not, then it is helpful to state something like: "There are no issues at this time." When in doubt, it is better to include information,​ concerns, or questions, rather than waiting.// 
  
-I would not say that there are any "issues."​+There are not any major issues ​with the group overall, however maintaining an international focus is a challenge because so much attention is paid to the US system around the worldWe continue to work on collaboration internal to our subgroups and other HL Working Groups and projects. We could be focusing more on recruiting but summer is hard for that and we are organizing some "protein"​ to attract more participants.
  
 ===== Overall Activity in the Past Quarter ===== ===== Overall Activity in the Past Quarter =====
-//​**Required** Discuss briefly how active the working group mailing lists and chat channels are. Are there regular meetings being held? What work products are being worked on? Reports should list the work products created since your last report, along with the creation date of each. Conversely, if activity is minimal, discuss how the working group plans to address that - whether through seeking out new contributors/​participants/​leaders or planning towards a move to an End of Life state.// 
  
-The healthcare Working Group has regular, bi-weekly ​groupwide ​meetings ​and subgroups ​have meetings on a similar cadence to organize their activity. The subgroups have also been scheduling ad-hoc meetings as necessary+The healthcare Working Group has regular, bi-weekly, group-wide ​meetings. Subgroups ​have meetings on a similar cadence to organize their activity. The subgroups have also been scheduling ad-hoc meetings as necessary. Quick guesstimate says about a 3X increase in collaboration activity via meeting activity increase.
  
-Here's a sample of the Patient Subgroup'​s work: +**Here's a sample of the Patient Subgroup'​s work: 
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-HL Global Forum Submission:​ +
-[[https://​wiki.hyperledger.org/​groups/​healthcare/​connecting_health_data_across_silos_for_diagnostics_and_treatment +
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 At a high-level, reviewed our Connecting Patient Data Across Silos for Diagnostics and Treatment use case and how to engage with a build while not duplicating the work of another Hyperledger partner: Medicalchain At a high-level, reviewed our Connecting Patient Data Across Silos for Diagnostics and Treatment use case and how to engage with a build while not duplicating the work of another Hyperledger partner: Medicalchain
  
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 Upcoming meeting agenda: review any updates to use case, timeline, and engagement from the developer and identity working groups (Vipin Bharatham (@vipinb) who leads the Identity working group has offered to join a future meeting to coordinate. ​ Upcoming meeting agenda: review any updates to use case, timeline, and engagement from the developer and identity working groups (Vipin Bharatham (@vipinb) who leads the Identity working group has offered to join a future meeting to coordinate. ​
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 +HL Global Forum Submission:
 +[[https://​wiki.hyperledger.org/​groups/​healthcare/​connecting_health_data_across_silos_for_diagnostics_and_treatment
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 +**Here'​s a sample of the Payor Subgroup'​s work:
 +**  * Going through use cases
 +  * Structuring a white paper
 +  * Use Cases:
 +  * Steven Elliott from Cognitive Medicine to share use case. 
 +  * Request sent to Tony Little of Optum for presenting the Provider Data Use Case
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 +**The EMR Subgroup'​s had it's first scheduled meeting this week.
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 ===== Planned Work Products ===== ===== Planned Work Products =====
  
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 ===== Participant Diversity ===== ===== Participant Diversity =====
-//​**Required** A healthy working group should survive the departure of any single participant. Is the working group growing/​shrinking?//​ 
  
 We have had a number of Workgroup members step up an take on organizing and moving things forward, collaboratively. I have spoken to at least one lead about continuing to evolve the group to ensure it's sustainability. As we have 3 subgroups, and I expect more to form, we'll continue to focus on this area. Healthcare can also encourage siloed thinking, and a habituation towards centralization. So attention to coaching opportunities is where some focus will remain. We have had a number of Workgroup members step up an take on organizing and moving things forward, collaboratively. I have spoken to at least one lead about continuing to evolve the group to ensure it's sustainability. As we have 3 subgroups, and I expect more to form, we'll continue to focus on this area. Healthcare can also encourage siloed thinking, and a habituation towards centralization. So attention to coaching opportunities is where some focus will remain.
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