CDS Hooks has a vibrant community and we are excited to take CDS Hooks into the next phase by submitting it as an HL7 Standard for Trial Use (STU). We look forward to the feedback from the larger HL7 community and we know our specification will be better for it.
May 2018 Ballot
The May 2017 ballot period is open from April 6th, 2018 thru May 7th, 2018. You can review the content for the May 2018 ballot at http://cds-hooks.hl7.org/ballots/2018May
The following pages are normative track content:
Other pages (such as the Overview, Examples, and Quick Start) are informative content intended to provide supplemental documentation.
Submitting Ballot Comments
Ballot comments can be submitted per normal HL7 processes.
Additionally, we encourage you to submit each distinct comment as a GitHub issue logged to our source repository at cds-hooks/docs. If you can, please attach the ballot label to your issue (see GitHub's documentation on attaching labels). Please make sure to browse our existing issues before logging new issues.
If you don't have a GitHub account or don't want to submit your comment as a GitHub issue, that's fine! We'll do it for you once we receive your comments. :-)
Following Ballot Discussion
All discussion and resolution of ballot comments will be communicated in an open manner via our GitHub issues, in addition to the process required by HL7. Any discussions that occur in an offline forum (HL7 working group meetings, conference calls, etc), will be communicated on our mailing list and Zulip chat #cds-hooks stream. Summaries of these offline discussions will be posted on each GitHub issue.