Comments on Federal Health IT Strategic Plan
As announced in our last meeting, NIST had just released the revised working draft of the Privacy Framework which Jeff said me might be able to address during this call. One of the documents NIST released along with their PF document (Version 1.0 of the NIST Privacy Framework) was a document relating to "Core Changes" to the Privacy Risk of an Individual vs the Privacy Risk of a Business discussed in the release vs the earlier "preliminary" release.
Meeting called to order at 12:07pm Eastern time.
|15min||Comments on Federal Health IT Strategic Plan and Vote to finalize|
Comments-discussion ref WG approval of the ONC submittal entitled: Comments on Federal Health IT Strategic Plan. It will not be submitted until we have approval. As of this email several WG members have not voted.
Tom requests our WG to include comments on the ONC 5 year plan. This has been inserted, so now we need to vote again to approve after Tom’s changes.
|35min||Distributed Identity Assurance Specification|
Background: Within submittal document is a link to an earlier (WG approved) version of the Distributed Identity Assurance Specification that Tom had developed during the initial drafting. Since that time there have been several side bar technical sessions with Sal, Tom, me and others that Tom may have engaged that enabled some fine tuning the DIA specification that he will share with us.
|10min||NIST Privacy Framework||NIST Privacy Framework events (https://www.nist.gov/privacy-framework/events)|
Agenda for next call will be 15-20 minutes to go over the framework at a high level.
They set up a series of discussions at upcoming meetings. We should be aware of them. Jeff will send the event information to FIRE WG. Will be at RSA Conference in later Feb standards/use cases and at HIMS’s in March 10 in Orlando to talk about relationship between v1 and Health in general as well as cybersecurity risk.
Jim will contact Naomi about our pilot.
Meeting Adjourned at 1:00pm Eastern time.
We are currently on a biweekly schedule. Next meeting is February 18 at Noon Eastern time.