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==Review and Approval==
 
==Review and Approval==
* Judge the document to be fit for the next phase ('''Authoring Committee''')
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* Judge the document to be fit for the next phase (Technical Committee''')
* Schedule review meeting with Modality Committee
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** Schedule review meeting(s) as needed with open committee
* Submit document 1 week before review meeting ('''Authoring Committee''')
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** Submit document 1 week before review meeting
* Line-by-line review ('''Modality Committee''')
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** Line-by-line review/walkthrough led by editor
** Walkthrough led by lead author
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** Resolve questions/comments/clarifications
** Resolve questions/comments/clarifications from Modality Committee
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** Record vote to approve the document as fit for the next phase (as quorum of regular attender list maintained by RSNA staff)
* Record vote to approve the document as fit for the next phase ('''Modality Committee''')
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===Criteria for Public Comment===
 
===Criteria for Public Comment===

Revision as of 13:16, 22 June 2011

It's basically the same review process prior to releasing for Trial Implementation or Publication (and if we want to be good, before Public Comment).

Remember, this is the QA point. It doesn't have to be perfect. It does have to be good.

Review and Approval

  • Judge the document to be fit for the next phase (Technical Committee)
    • Schedule review meeting(s) as needed with open committee
    • Submit document 1 week before review meeting
    • Line-by-line review/walkthrough led by editor
    • Resolve questions/comments/clarifications
    • Record vote to approve the document as fit for the next phase (as quorum of regular attender list maintained by RSNA staff)

Criteria for Public Comment

  • All open issues have been clearly listed
  • Some groundwork projects may be underway
  • Candidate resolutions have been selected for most/all issues and drafted into the Profile
  • All major mechanisms and profile details are mostly clear/complete enough to implement
  • It is clear what is required for a system/organization to claim compliance with the Profile
  • Compliance requirements are sufficient to accomplish the goal of the profile

Criteria for Trial Implementation

  • Few, if any, groundwork projects remain active
  • All major mechanisms and profile details are clear/complete enough to implement
  • It is clear what is required for a system/organization to claim compliance with the Profile
  • Compliance requirements are sufficient to accomplish the goal of the profile

Criteria for Publication

  • All open issues have been resolved
  • All major mechanisms and profile details have been tested in the field
  • Groundwork projects are complete
  • All major mechanisms and profile details are clear/complete enough to implement
  • It is clear what is required for a system/organization to claim compliance with the Profile
  • Compliance requirements are sufficient to accomplish the goal of the profile