Presentation on theme: "Access Consent Policy Kick-Off June 13, 2014. Agenda Introductions Administrative Overview WikiSpace, Google Docs (sharing / editing of documents) Meeting."— Presentation transcript:
Access Consent Policy Kick-Off June 13, 2014
Agenda Introductions Administrative Overview WikiSpace, Google Docs (sharing / editing of documents) Meeting materials Workgroup Member List Review of the ACP WG charter Review Purpose, Goals and Project Timeline Next Steps
Workgroup members Participant Co-chair – Martin Prahl, SSA Vendor Co-Chair – David Schramm, Mirth Corp. Co-chair – Didi Davis Healtheway – Eric Heflin Members – Shuvo Ahmed, SSA; Janis Bartlett, SHAREarkansas; Mike Lomangino, SSA; Lee-Ann Ruff, PointClickCare Staff – Clinovations Government Solutions (CGS) Grace Moon, Senior Manager Cam Pham, Senior Consultant Maham Anwar, Analyst
ACP Work Group Charter Purpose: To support the goal of eHealth Exchange by developing testing requirements and test methods to validate the Access Consent Policy specification. Sections Executive Summary Objectives Core Team Stakeholders Work Plan RACI Chart
ACP Work Group Objectives Create artifacts, such as test scripts, test data, and related documentation in order to test the Access Consent Policy specification. Perform an ACP Testing Pilot to validate the artifacts created. Refine the artifacts, as needed, based upon input and findings resulting from the ACP testing pilot. Ensure that each artifact is complete and ready to be implemented in the eHealth Exchange participant and product testing programs.
High Level Timeline TaskIndividualsTarget DateStatusComments 1. Develop workgroup artifacts ACP Workgroup through Not Started 2. Create test scripts ACP Workgroup Not Started Number of test scripts and level of effort must be determined for planning purposes. 3. Create test data and related testing documentation ACP Workgroup Not StartedLevel of effort to create these artifacts needs to be determined for planning purposes.