Da Vinci - Coverage Requirements Discovery
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Da Vinci - Coverage Requirements Discovery, published by HL7 International - Financial Management Work Group. This is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 1.1.0-ballot). This version is based on the current content of https://github.com/HL7/davinci-crd/ and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions

Credits

Credits

Primary authors:

  • Sheridan Cook (Gevity Consulting/Accenture)
  • Jean Duteau (Duteau Design)
  • Raman Dhanoa (Gevity Consulting/Accenture
  • Lloyd McKenzie (Gevity Consulting/Accenture)
  • Russel Buchanan (Gevity Consulting/Accenture)

Project leads:

  • Robert Dieterle (Enable Care, LLC)
  • Viet Nguyen (Stratametrics, LLC)

Project management and coordination:

  • Vanessa Candelora (Point of Care Partners)
  • Jocelyn Keegan (Point of Care Partners)
  • Sachin Bhatt (Point of Care Partners)

Technical support and guidance:

  • Grahame Grieve (Health Intersections)

This implementation guide was the work of the twenty-two founding Da Vinci Project member organizations.

Project participants included:

  • Aegis (Richard Ettema, Sandra Vance)
  • American Medical Association (Terrence Cunningham, Celine Lebefvre)
  • Allscripts (Emma Jones, Jeffrey Danford)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama (Tony Benson, Kevin Lambert, Gini McGlothin, Morry Payne, Clarissa Winchester)
  • Cerner (Hans Buitendijk, Kevin Shekleton, Michelle Miller)
  • Cognosante (Mary Kay McDaniel)
  • Epic (Danielle Friend, Mathew Varghese, Isaac Vetter)
  • Health Care Data Standards (Mary Kay McDaniel)
  • Kaiser Permanente (Walter Suarez)
  • Microsoft (Joshua Mandel)
  • Mitre (Larry Decelles, Andrew Gregorowicz, Corey Spears)
  • Optum (Linda Michaelsen, Nick Radov)
  • Philips (Bas van den Heuvel)
  • Quest Diagnostics (Freida Hall)
  • United Healthcare (Nicholas Radov)
  • U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (Ken Lord)
  • University of Utah (Kensaku Kawamoto)

Our thanks to these and to the many others not explicitly listed who contributed their time, enthusiasm and expertise to this work.