Adressing of i.e. discharge summaries
heath.frankel at oceaninformatics.com
Wed Mar 16 03:51:43 EDT 2016
Yes we have used these archetypes for representing the service request at both the instruction and composition level. Our instruction starts in a care plan so we have to represent the referred to provide in the instruction participations. Then when we send the referral we copy it to the receiving provider participation in the eReferral composition.
Since a discharge summary is a kind of transfer of care then I would expect it to have a similar participation when it is being directed to a primary care provider although this doesn't need to be populated when it is being uploaded to a national repository for example.
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Subject: Adressing of i.e. discharge summaries
There is a lot of compositions that is created for the purpose of sending the content to another healthcare provider. Discharge summaries is one example.
For instruction health care service request there is some elements and slots added to the protocol part. Here you can add both the requestor and the identifier.
In the Nehta CKM there is a composition archetype for referral. This archetype has some structure under context to add participation and identification of the requestor. I think this pattern would be the right way to do this.
Anyone with experiences or suggestions on how to do this?
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