bradymiller wrote on Monday, October 07, 2013:
Attendees: myself, Jack, David and Julie
Also a university professor interested in using OpenEMR for a security project.
And another university professor that uses OpenEMR for teaching in classes and is planning to create analysis projects centered around MU2. This professor is also in expert in Hl7.
(didn't provide names of professors, since I have not gotten explicit permission to post their names here)
First 30 minutes was discussing security with a university professor planning a project on software security and plan to include OpenEMR. Was an interesting discussion where I was mostly answering questions. There is a function security framework (open sourced) that was suggested, so plan to look through it.
Then discussion of Meaningful Use was next and very short. Still a lot to do and not much movement over last several months. Plan is to start trying to get momentum by trying to get an unnamed group to work on correctly validated CCD's in addition to CCDA in OpenEMR (this is a building block of most of the inte operability stuff). And there was also some discussion by a professor about setting up Certification MU2 analysis projects in a HIT program classroom, which sounds very cool (since lots of the MU2 items still need analysis) and could potentially introduce lots of students to the project.
[This was probably about the time that Jack walked into Walmart ]
Then there was some discussion on the Direct stuff with EMRDirect, which is getting real life use; very cool.
(there may of been more, but that's all I can remember off the top of my head)