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At the 25th HL7 Plenary and Working Group Meeting in San Diego, California (USA), the HL7.tv team had the opportunity to speak to Charlie Mead, MD, MSc, Chair of the HL7 Architectural Review Board. He gave an introduction about HL7's Service Aware Interoperability Framework SAIF.

San Diego, CA (USA), September 2011

1980x1080 - 1.3 GB - 0:17:43

Published: 2011-09-30 (vimeo) – an hl7.tv HD video

Peter Hendler MD, with Kaiser Permanente, explains how reasoners work using examples based on colors and shapes, as well as clinical examples. Subsumption is covered in detail.

San Diego, CA (USA), September 2011

640x480 - 15.3 MB - 0:25:18

Published: 2011-09-15 (vimeo) – an hl7.tv video

As part of the Fresh Look initiative HL7 went into a bit of self reflection, partly because of the low uptake of HL7 version 3 messaging: what would a good (and: new) specification look like? RFH is certainly a prime candidate.

See healthintersections.com.au/​rfh/​introduction.htm for the specification, and healthintersections.com.au/​?p=502 for the associated blogpost which announced it.

This video is part of a Ringholm blogpost

August 2011

640x480 - 13.7 MB - 0:16:21

Published: 2011-08-18 (vimeo) – an hl7.tv video

Ewout Kramer (Furore BV, the Netherlands) presents the new way in which Context Conduction has been defined in HL7 version 3 models.

Presentation held during the March 11 (2010) RIMBAA WG out-of-cycle meeting in Amsterdam. Note that the color Red was "missing" in the LCD projector used, which makes the slides relatively hard to see.

See his powerpoint presentation – in original color.

March 2010

640x480 - 530 MB - 0:18:15

Published: 2010-03-26 (vimeo) – an hl7.tv video

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