Latest version of Functional Requirements document



As discussed in the last telcon, I have refined the spreadsheet and identified
clear examples of how we would represent 

the various mappings across the DCM and SDTM standards. In particular, have
tried to illustrate (in red font)


-          Mapping between Blood Pressure related classes between the DCM and

-          Mapping between Blood Pressure related terminological concepts
between relevant terminologies

-          Mappings between data types and units across HL7 and SDTM


Look forward to further feedback and discussion at the next telcon on the coming


Thanks and Regards,





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Cc: Stanley Huff; Yan Heras; Oniki, Tom (GE Healthcare, consultant); Joey Coyle;
Landen Bain; Bron W. Kisler
Subject: [BIONT-DSE][COI] Clinical Observations Interoperability Telcon October
23rd, Tuesday 11:00am - 12:00pm US EDT



Clinical Observations Interoperability Telcon


Date and Time:

October 23rd  Tuesday 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT



1.   Semantic Web Related questions from Landen Bain, Bron Kissler and Tom Oniki
- Alan to post minutes and discuss feedback

2.   Discuss DCM Models wrt Functional Requirements - Tom Oniki

3.   Feedback and refinement of F2F agenda.

4.   Discuss SDTM Models wrt Functional Requirements - Bo, Kirsten, Bron
Kissler, Rachel (time permitting)

5.   Discuss BRIDG Model wrt Functional Requirements - Alan, Vipul, Rachel (time


Telcon Details:



+1 617 761 6200, conference 24668 ("BIONT")



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