SGML: Agenda for HL7 SGML Mixer - La Jolla, CA, July 29-30

Agenda for HL7 SGML Mixer - La Jolla, CA, July 29-30

Title: Agenda for HL7 SGML Mixer - La Jolla, CA, July 29-30
Author: (Ratomlin)
Date: 10 Jul 1997 20:23:04 GMT
---------------------------------------------------------------- For registration and exhibit information, contact Marion Elledge, GCA, (703) 519-8193. For other information, contact Robin Tomlin, SGML Open, (205) 772-2355 or Liora Alschuler, The Word Electric, (802) 785-2623. AGENDA: Monday July 28 6:00 pm -- 7:00 pm Registration, Wine and Cheese Tuesday July 29 Registration - 8:00 Morning Session 9:00 -12:00 pm Introduction State of the Industry, Dennis Gerber, Chief Executive Officer, Enterprise HealtH-Links Inc., "To What Degree Does Industry Drive Standards... Or Do Standards Drive the Industry" Thomas L. Lincoln, MD, Rand Corporation, "XML, Language, and Communication" Report from Operation Jumpstart Tim Bray, Textuality, XML Working Group, "Report from the Web Frontier: XML" Lunch 12 - 1:30 pm (Tabletop demonstrations Open) Afternoon Session 1:30 - 5:00 pm Claims Attachment Processing; Steven Barr, HCFA, Chris Stahlecker, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, "Claims Attachment Processing Proof of Concept Initiative" SGML for Attachment Processing: data entry, processing, and extraction demonstrations--Arbortext Inc., Adobe Systems Inc., Grif SA, Isogen International Corporation, Jouve Software, Sequoia Software, and others Reception 5:30 - 7:00 pm (Tabletop demonstrations Open) Wednesday July 30 Morning Session 8:30 -11:30 am SGML, Object Technology, and Addressing: Rachael Sokolowski, Kurweil Applied Intelligence, "Creating SGML from a Medical Knowledge Source" Joachim Dudeck, University of Giessen, Chair, HL7 User's Group, Germany, "HL7, EDIFACT, BDT/GEHR and SGML as Interchange Formats in Communication Standards" Mary Kratz, University of Michigan, Domain Task Force of the Object Management Group (CORBAmed); Tim Bray, Textuality, XML Working Group, "Namespaces and Addressing in Medical Records" (panel) Lunch 11:30 -1:30 pm (Tabletop demonstrations Open) Afternoon Session - 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm SGML in HL7, HL7 in SGML Abdul-Malik Shakir, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., "Information Modeling in X12 and HL7" Wes Rishel, Wes Rishel Consulting, "Standardizing Complex Medical Concepts as Structures of Atomic Concepts" Eliot Kimber, Isogen Consulting, Coeditor of ISO HyTime, "Managing SGML Architectures and Object Models with Groves" Bob Dolin, Kaiser Permanente, "SGML as a Interchange Format for HL7Version 3 Messages" 5:00 pm Adjourn