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Standards & Interoperability (S&I) Framework
S&I Framework Links:
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Pages and Files
Introduction & Overview
Processes & Guidelines
Getting Started as a Participant
Community Enabling Toolkit (CET)
Standards Development Support
Wiki User Guide
Clinical Quality Framework (CQF)
Data Access Framework (DAF)
Data Provenance (DPROV)
PDMP & Health IT Integration (PDMP)
Structured Data Capture (SDC)
Active Community Led or Other Agency Led Initiatives
a LOINC Order Code
electronic Long-Term Services and Supports (eLTSS)
Electronic Submission of Medical Documentation (esMD)
Laboratory Orders Interface (LOI)
Laboratory Results Interface (LRI)
Public Health Tiger Team
BlueButton Plus (BB+)
Data Segmentation for Privacy (DS4P)
EU-US eHealth Cooperation Initiative (EU-US)
Longitudinal Coordination of Care
Provider Directories (PD)
Public Health (PHRI)
Query Health (QH)
Transitions of Care (TOC)
Privacy on FHIR
Open Test Method Development Pilot Program
Direct Project (S&I Archetype)
Clinical Element Data Dictionary (CEDD)
Model Driven Health Tools
Face 2 Face Meetings
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Wiki Use Guidelines
Keeping any Wiki community focused and productively engaged requires all of us to follow some simple rules of etiquette, rules that apply to how we participate in discussions and edit each others' pages.
Those rules include:
No posting of off-topic content or links.
No deleting the work of others without community discussion.
No getting too "personal" towards other contributors in your comments, or using profanity.
No misrepresenting your own identity or other information in your profile.
No engaging in "Wiki wars" where two parties reverse each others' edits without striving for a neutral point of view or creating separate pages.
While there is much that could be written as to how a community might moderate itself, the most important guideline for any participant is still the Golden Rule: treat others the same way you yourself would like to be treated. Suggestions for more guidelines? Perhaps more cribbed from the Wikipedia "
Wikipedia has its "
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