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Idle Ballot Items for Clinical Interoperability Council
This report generated on: March 8, 2014
Idle ballot items are those items that have not returned to ballot after three or more cycles and have
not published, whether or not reconciliation activities are complete.
May 2013 Ballot Cycle
|HL7 Version 3 Domain Analysis Model: Trauma Registry Data Submission, Release 1
|Ballot Tally Page: HL7_DAM_TRAUMA_R1_I1_2013MAY
||Project Insight Reference ID: 774
Total Idle Ballot Items: 1
Legend and Additional Information
||Only the last ballot of an item is displayed in this list. If you need to refer to an earlier ballot
of any item, you will need to use the Ballot Desktop and navigate to the Tally page of that ballot.
||In this context, "idle" refers to any item that has not balloted in the past three ballot cycles
and has not been withdrawn as a project by the sponsoring WG.
||If you feel an item has completed balloting and is ready to be published, you can submit a publication
request using the Publication Request Template.
|Ballot Tally Page
||This link will jump you to the Ballot Tally Page for the listed item to allow you to review the ballot tally. The code
highlighted in the link is the Unique Ballot ID for the item.
|Project Insight Reference ID
||The Project Insight Reference ID references the HL7 project this ballot item is associated with. More than
a single ballot item may reference a single project. The link will jump to the Project Summary page for a
||The Tally Summary lists the current ballot tally, ignoring any Abstain, No Returns and Removed values as
these are not relevant to the final ballot outcome. Withdraws count as Affirmatives, although they are split
out to illustrate how the ballot has fared after the ballot close.
|Needed for Passage
||Needed for Passage displays the 'raw' number of votes a ballot needs to pass. If the total number of Affirmatives
and Withdraws do not exceed this number, it will display in red. If the total number of Affirmatives and Withdraws
do exceed this number, it will display in green. A green number does not necessarily mean that
a ballot has passed, but it does mean that a WG should review the ballot and determine whether the actual status
of the ballot.
Informative and DSTU: 60%