One of the largest HL7 policy shifts I’ve seen in 20 years within the HL7 community is the decision torelease much of the HL7 intellectual property (IP) at no cost.
During the past year I’ve been a member of the HL7 Board Membership Taskforce studying how to rework membership benefits and structure given the shift in IP policy. Part of that work had me deeply thinking about the types of organizations and individuals who are members of the broad HL7 community.
Dave Shaver would like your feedback and refinement on a proposed list of HL7 member archetypes. Once we know who is a member of the community, we’ll have a clearer path on how to continue funding the standards development process.