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Package hl7.fhir.us.breastcancer
Type StructureDefinition
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FHIR Version R3
Source http://hl7.org/fhir/us/breastcancer/http://hl7.org/fhir/us/breastcancer/2018Sep/StructureDefinition-cimi-statement-ClinicalStatement-model.html
Url http://hl7.org/fhir/us/breastcancer/StructureDefinition/cimi-statement-ClinicalStatement-model
Version 0.2.0
Status draft
Date 2018-08-17T00:00:00+10:00
Name ClinicalStatementModel
Title BC ClinicalStatement Logical Model
Experimental False
Realm us
Authority hl7
Description A special type of information entry consisting of a topic and a context. The ClinicalStatement class provides the core pattern for more specific clinical statement classes, such as a statement that a finding has been found in a patient or that a procedure has been proposed by a clinical decision support system. The ClinicalStatement pattern defines the core attributes common to most clinical statements and specifies a composition pattern that encourage model component reuse and better alignment with the SNOMED CT Concept Model. A clinical statement is composed of the StatementTopic class (grouping of attributes for capturing information about a procedure or a clinical finding) and the StatementContext class (grouping of attributes providing the context for the statement topic such as whether a procedure was performed, requested, not performed or whether a finding is suspected present or absent in the patient). At the archetype level, the topic and context components are coordinated to form the clinical statement. For instance, the composition of the ProcedureTopic with the NotPerformed context indicates that the given procedure was not performed.
Type cimi-statement-ClinicalStatement-model
Kind logical

Resources that use this resource

StructureDefinition
cimi-topic-ConditionAssertionTopic-model BC ConditionAssertionTopic Logical Model
cimi-topic-ConditionCause-model BC ConditionCause Logical Model
oncology-BreastCancerPresenceStatement-model BC BreastCancerPresenceStatement Logical Model
oncology-BreastTumor-model BC BreastTumor Logical Model
shr-condition-FindingSiteConditionTopic-model BC FindingSiteConditionTopic Logical Model

Resources that this resource uses

StructureDefinition
cimi-context-StatementContext-model BC StatementContext Logical Model
cimi-core-PersonOfRecord-model BC PersonOfRecord Logical Model
cimi-topic-StatementTopic-model BC StatementTopic Logical Model


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BC ClinicalStatement Logical Model

A special type of information entry consisting of a topic and a context. The ClinicalStatement class provides the core pattern for more specific clinical statement classes, such as a statement that a finding has been found in a patient or that a procedure has been proposed by a clinical decision support system. The ClinicalStatement pattern defines the core attributes common to most clinical statements and specifies a composition pattern that encourage model component reuse and better alignment with the SNOMED CT Concept Model. A clinical statement is composed of the StatementTopic class (grouping of attributes for capturing information about a procedure or a clinical finding) and the StatementContext class (grouping of attributes providing the context for the statement topic such as whether a procedure was performed, requested, not performed or whether a finding is suspected present or absent in the patient). At the archetype level, the topic and context components are coordinated to form the clinical statement. For instance, the composition of the ProcedureTopic with the NotPerformed context indicates that the given procedure was not performed.


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