Implementation Group Committed Organizations Call for Consensus: Update Applicability Statement for Secure Health Transport v1.1 Per Recommendations from Implementation Geographies and Reference Implementation Workgroups


Status: Closed, consensus reached 08/03/2015.


Consensus voting on:

Update the Applicability Statement v1.1 based on recommendations from the Implementation Geographies Workgroup and the Reference Implementation Workgroup. In addition to fixing minor errors and typos, the updates improve interoperability by clarifying certain requirements in the document and in its underlying standards. Upon consensus, these updates would be applied to the Applicability Statement and its version would be advanced to v1.2.

Consensus Process:

Each Direct Project committed organization may provide one vote or abstain from voting. Votes may be:
  • Yes
    • A yes vote does not necessarily mean the deliverable is ideal but that it is better to move forward than block it
    • Comments may be provided for consideration
  • No
    • A no vote must be accompanied by comments that detail why the vote is no and what steps can be taken to address concerns
    • A no vote without comments is counted as an abstention

Only Direct Project committed organizations may vote. If you belong to a committed organization and do not see your organization listed below, please add it.

Organization
Endorsement
(Yes or No)
Comments (If "No", what can be changed to make it a "Yes")
Disposition
Alere



Allscripts



American Academy of Family Physicians



Atlas Development



CareEvolution, Inc.



CareSpark



Cautious Patient



Cerner Corporation
Yes


Christus Health



Clinical Groupware Collaborative



CMS



Covisint



CSC



DataMotion



DigiCert
Yes


DoD



Dossia



Drajer LLC
Yes


eClinicalWorks



Emdeon



EMR Direct
Yes


Epic



ESEnterpriseInc
No
Need to clarify end-to-end vulnerability of DIRECT STA-to-STA, when HISP is inserted
While many Direct Project events are open to all types of participants, as noted under the Consensus Process above, voting on the Applicability Statement is limited to those organizations that are Direct Project committed members at the time the call to consensus is issued.
Your organization is welcome to join the ranks of committed member organizations. Either way, if you have comments that you would like considered for future versions of the Applicability Statement, I encourage you to participate in Direct Project's workgroups. The Implementation Geographies Workgroup is one place where implementers gather to discuss challenges and/or thoughts around Direct Project's specifications and implementation guides.

FEI



Health-ISP, a service of Garden State Health Systems



GE



Google



Greenway Medical Technologies



Harris Corporation



HealthyCircles



High Pine Associates



HLN Consulting, LLC



IBM



ICA



Indiana State Department of Health



Inpriva



Intel



IOS Health Systems



LabCorp



Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative



MaxMD
Yes
I recommend that work continue on the parking lot items and version 1.3 be planned for 2016.

MedAllies



MEDfx



Medical Informatics Engineering, Inc./NoMoreClipboard.com



Medical University of SC, South Carolina Research Authority



Medicity



MedNet



MedPATH Networks



MedPlus/Quest Diagnostics



Microsoft



Mirth Corporation



Misys Open Source Solutions (MOSS)



MobileMD



NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, Inc.



NIH NCI



NIST



NHDS Inc



NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene’s PCIP



Optum / Axolotl



Oregon HIE Planning Team



Redwood MedNet



RelayHealth



Rhode Island Quality Institute



SAFE-BioPharma



SCHIEx - South Carolina Health Information Exchange



Secure Exchange Solutions
Yes


Serendipity Health, LLC



Siemens



Surescripts



Techsant Technologies



TN State HIE



VA



Verizon Business



VisionShare



Wellogic