The conclusions and recommendations were reported in detail. In short, the following high-level observations were made:
- The tool is stable and ready for input. An upgrade to performance has been installed, lowering screen refresh timing issues
- The tool includes all mandatory functionality needed for a repository
- The tool met all BC criteria for use as a provincial repository including the ability for business analysts to interact directly with the tool
- The tool can be implemented as a locally hosted solution
- The team recommended to BC Health that the tool meets the functional requirements for use
The BC Health Information Standards Working Group is making plans for rollout of the CDA Provincial Repository and Resources by the end of this year (2016).
To read the whole article please download the HL7 Newsletter 9/2016.