[Fwd: FW: Request for Comments on Draft DICOM Supplement 128 - Cardiac Stress Testing Structured Reports]

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Christopher Carr

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IHE Reporting Task Force,

Harry Solomon has forward the DICOM rfc below to the Cardiology Technical Committee for comment.  Should the Reporting Task Force also review and comment on this draft supplement?

Chris

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Subject: FW: Request for Comments on Draft DICOM Supplement 128 - Cardiac Stress Testing Structured Reports
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 15:27:48 -0400
From: Solomon, Harry (GE Healthcare) <Harry....@med.ge.com>
Reply-To: Solomon, Harry (GE Healthcare) <Harry....@med.ge.com>
To: IHE-Card-TC <ihe-c...@lists.acc.org>


To:                   Voting Representatives, Alternates and Observers of the:

·     DICOM Standards Committee (DSC) and

·     All DICOM Working Groups

·     DICOM Public Comment List

 

From:               Howard E. Clark, Ph.D.

                        DICOM Secretariat

 

Comments are being solicited from the DICOM community and from other

interested groups and individuals on draft Supplement 128 – Cardiac Stress Testing Structured Reports.

 

A copy of the Supplement may be obtained from DICOM’s public ftp site at:

 

ftp://medical.nema.org/medical/dicom/Supps/ 

 

Look for “Sup128_pc.doc” or “Sup128_pc.pdf.”

 

Members of DICOM’s Working Group One (Cardiac & Vascular Information)

that prepared this document, would appreciate any comments that

you might like to make regarding its technical merits.  All comments

should be received by May 28, 2007. 

 

To assist in processing, analyzing and incorporating pertinent

comments, we would appreciate your following these guidelines:

 

·     Please furnish the full name, address, title, phone and fax

number, and e-mail address of the person who is providing

the comments.

 

·     When filing for an organization, provide full name and

address of the organization.

 

·     Clearly differentiate between editorial comments and major

or minor technical comments.

 

·     Comments should be constructive.

 

·     In cases of unclear statements or text, it is best to

rephrase the questionable text as interpreted.

 

·     Provide alternative language for items of editorial nature.

 

·     Provide recommendations for solving technical problems.  Be

specific, and, when possible, include references from the

literature to support your comments.

 

·     Whenever possible include supportive data.

 

·     Organize and identify all comments in accordance with the

format provided by the standard and consecutively number all

comments. 

 

Each comment should be referenced and discussed as follows:

·     Section or Annex

·     Page number, paragraph and line

·     Comment

·     Rationale

·     Suggestions or alternatives to remedy the situation.

 

Please note that comments sent via e-mail are most welcome.

 

All comments should be submitted by May 28, 2007 to:

 

            Howard E. Clark, Ph.D.

DICOM Secretariat

            Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance

     A Division of NEMA  Suite 1752

            1300 North 17th Street

            Rosslyn, VA 22209

            E-mail: HCl...@medicalimaging.org

            Tel:  (703) 841-3285

            Fax: (703) 841-3385

 

We appreciate your taking the time to comment.  Every consideration

will be given to incorporating your comments into the draft.

 

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