April 18, 2017

7AM PST - Seattle

10AM EST - New York, DC

4PM CEST - CEST, Geneva, Copenhagen*

5PM EAT - Dar*

*Please note the updated meeting time in CEST and EAT timezones due to time change in the U.S. 



Monthly OpenLMIS Governance Committee Call. This meeting includes members of the governance committee, as well as anyone else interested in participating. 

Call Details:
WebEx Link: https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/#/meetings/detail?uuid=ME5GHEQKAARDJECSRVOXOHHMB6-3O29&rnd=712374.99447
Meeting Number: 191 186 622
US Audio: WebEx Online or +1-415-655-0001
International Audio: WebEx Online


Topic

Duration

Who

Notes

Chat Captures
ThoughtWorks announcement5Karl Brown (Unlicensed)

Karl will be stepping back from the Governance Committee and ThoughtWorks will be dialing back their global/public work, focusing more on private sector.

Karl is continuing to discuss ongoing support with other ThoughtWorks teams, but TW China specifically is pulling back their engagement.

TW will continue to support any committed activities until completion.


Vaccine module update

  • May prioritization workshop to be held in Copenhagen (May 2-4)
    • Will be attended by: GAVI, UNICEF, JSI, WHO, CHAI, VillageReach, NexLeaf, PATH, BMGF
  • June Francophone user requirements workshop to be held in Dakar, Senegal the week of June 26 (2 day workshop + 1 overflow day)
  • Guinea OpenLMIS update & participation in workshop

5

Guinea will be deploying on the Cote d'Ivoire (eLMIS version) and not OpenLMIS v2

A number of factors went into this decision, mainly the country timeline

JSI is reviewing and sourcing funding for upgrade path to version 3

Guinea will be holding their own vaccine module workshop in July - Chris Wright will check with the Guinea team about sending participants to the June user requirements workshop for OpenLMIS



Governance voting and election of chair10Kaleb Brownlow (Deactivated)

Brief discussion on the election of a chair

Lindabeth Doby nominated as Chair for the next 3 months (May-July)


Presentation on PATH Digital Health Initiative

Additional discussion: Documentation of required roles and development of annual budget for ongoing OpenLMIS support (post 3.x development surge)


https://www.dropbox.com/s/n4f4avg35mbioif/openlmis_dhi_and_operating_budget.pptx?dl=0 

40Carl Leitner


See Carl Leitner's presentation on the DHI

PATH DHI is requesting that the OpenLMIS Community put together documentation on the roles/responsibilities of key OLMIS staff, as well as budgeting and other business model elements developed with the sustainability of the community in mind.

PATH's Lauren Wall will be reaching out to Tenly Snow (Deactivated) with exact requirements and next steps.


Community Updates




/wiki/spaces/OP/pages/112153195 has been updated with additional information on Senegal




OpenLMIS Implementation Profiles are being developed, and should be complete and uploaded by the end of April




OpenLMIS.org undergoing further development

  • Updated Request a Demo page
  • Ability to translate the site into French, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish
  • Resources being uploaded
  • Recorded demo coming soon!



Eric Mele (Unlicensed) (Intellicog) has added a link to the latest version of BI&A LRM v2.1




Mary Jo and Tenly attended the 2017 DHIS2 Symposium - Trip notes


Tenly is working with the OHIE Community to demo version 3 and stock management in July





ATTENDANCE

PATH
Carl Leitner

GHSC-PSM
Kyle Duarte
Nuran Idris

JSI
Mattias Wiklund
Chris Wright 

USAID
Lindabeth Doby

VillageReach
Tenly Snow - Facilitator
Mary Jo Kochendorfer
Rachel Powers 

ThoughtWorks
Karl Brown
Chris George 

CHAI
Gaurav Bhattacharya 



RECORDING



ADDITIONAL READING