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Visualization Open Source Project Group meeting today at 1:00pm

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Please join us for the Visualization Open Source Project Group call today at 1:00pm Eastern. The login information is below:

Immunization Work Group meeting today at 4:00pm

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Please join us for the Immunization Work Group meeting this afternoon at 4pm. The login details are below:

Slides from 2014-06-24 Work Group Meeting

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Attached to the blog is a PDF of the slides used during the Certification Work Group meeting, where we discussed the Java Standards and Checkstyle program that we plan to utilize.  The voting spreadsheet, used to determine what checks will be utilized and to what level, has been updated to contain the Error/Warning/Ignore selections for the individual vote columns.  We look forward to getting your responses. 

The Google spreadsheet can be found at the following link:

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Certification Work Group meeting today at 1:00pm

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Please join us for the Certification Working Group Call today at 1:00 pm. The dial-in information can be found below: 

Forum Open Source Project Group meeting today at 1:00pm

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Imaging Work Group meeting today at 3pm

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Please join us for the Imaging Work Group meeting today at 3pm EST.  The access information is below:

Reminders VA call today at 4:00pm

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Please join us for the Reminders VA working group meeting today at 4pm EST.  Details are below: 

Use of Barcoding for Immunization

The following is excerpted from an email exchange between Nancy Anthracite and Kenneth Gerlach of CDC on the use of barcoding for immunization:

The GS1 2D DataMatrix barcode is the standard for both the VIS documents and for vaccine vials/syringes.  CDC is currently working on two barcoding initiatives.  One is the inclusion of 2D barcodes on Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) and the other is assessing the impact of 2D barcodes on vaccine vials/syringes. 

Who Can Speak for the Patient? By JESSICA NUTIK ZITTER, M.D.

In today's New York Times' "Well" section, a California doctor describes how she came to recodnize that just treating the patient's medical conditions doesn't suffice, especially when it is necessary to have decisions made for an non-responsive patient. Check it out.

http://nyti.ms/1qfP2Tp

Visualization Open Source Project Group meeting today at 1:00pm

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Please join us for the Visualization Open Source Project Group call today at 1:00pm Eastern. The login information is below:

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