bradymiller wrote on Sunday, February 09, 2014:
For the 2/8/14 conference call (note these are not official notes; just going from memory):
Attendees: myself(Brady), Alfonso, Jack, Jan, JR, Lou, Pria, Tony
Jan discussed the Demographics MU2 item, which is nearing completion:
Jan also discussed the Vital signs, body mass index, and growth charts MU2 item:
Note this item was reviewed and committed to the codebase after the meeting. Congratulations Jan on knocking out one more MU2 item!!!!!
Tony discussed MU2 contributions with updated information here:
There is currently enough money to pay for the testing. Now we need to push hard to get money for development costs. Donate requests have been placed on the main website, the main wiki pages, I have sent emails to all vendors on the Professional Support Page, Dr. Lee has sent over 75 emails to specific users, and requests have been mode through all OpenEMR social media outlets.
Tony and myself discussed the Zend stuff by Z&H. I think their module loader code is ready to go, but waiting on Z&H's Care Coordination Module, which is planning to hit on many of the MU2 items. Goal is to focus on their code and not on the argument of whether the Zend library itself should be embedded, since this decision can be made after the community decides to use Zend. I have seen a private demo with some of the Care Coordination Module, so it is actively being worked on by Z&H and the code should be pushed for public review over the next several weeks.
Lou discussed the news that CCHIT is no longer doing certification testing and that federal dollars is runnning out for the Regional Extension Centers (RECs):
Tony brought up CONNECT, but I forgot what came out of that discussion.
MU2 item "Image results" was then discussed. There was some confusion as to what would be needed to fulfill this criteria and it is still awaiting analysis:
After the meeting, I did find this thread which has discussed this item in more detail:
Here's the MU2 barometer(still a huge amount of work to do):
Until next week...