Yet another OBSERVATION vs. EVALUATION issue
gfrer at luna.nl
Tue Aug 14 09:46:13 EDT 2012
The risk itself is an Evaluation and can be used to store data about the risk.
The procedure/method to do the calculation is not an artefact that will be stored, but referred to in the Evaluation.
Using a RM and an AOM it must be possible to specify in a Composition type of artefact the components (queries) and the procedure/method/algorithm/calculation, etc.
Provided we have a standardised way to express the needed logical operations, calculations, etc.
gfrer at luna.nl
On 14 Aug 2012, at 14:19, Shinji KOBAYASHI wrote:
> Hi Koray,
> I think it would be a composition with observation and evaluation archetypes.
> In my experience on surveillance program, your form could be built up
> these items.
> * OBSERVATION
> History of medication, smoking
> * EVALUATION
> Diagnosis, GP assessment status
> Medication(GP prescribed/prescribing)
> However, I am not sure which should be.
> 2012/8/14 Koray Atalag <k.atalag at nihi.auckland.ac.nz>:
>> There's a CVD risk assessment tool I’m working on which prepopulates
>> clinical info from GP software. This includes diagnoses, smoking status and
>> checklist for certain medications. Note that some of the underlying info
>> might be coming from previous visits (e.g. problem list type) but also can
>> be newly entered as a result of GP’s assessment. Now, regardless of what
>> happens in GP software, when it is transferred onto this tool (whether
>> automatically prepopulating and/or manual entry) are these Observations or
>> Evaluations? Note that the GP does not make any further clinical judgement
>> here, just rephrase existing data for a different purpose. My gut feeling is
>> the former (Observation).
>> I know this is tricky and has been brought to this list many times here but
>> thoughts? Masters?
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