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Package nictiz.fhir.nl.stu3.zib2020-preadopt
Type StructureDefinition
Id Id
FHIR Version R3
Source https://simplifier.net/resolve?scope=nictiz.fhir.nl.stu3.zib2020-preadopt@0.1.3&canonical=http://nictiz.nl/fhir/StructureDefinition/zib-FreedomRestrictingIntervention-LegallyCapable
Url http://nictiz.nl/fhir/StructureDefinition/zib-FreedomRestrictingIntervention-LegallyCapable
Status active
Name Zib FreedomRestrictingIntervention-LegallyCapable
Title HCIM FreedomRestrictingIntervention LegallyCapable
Experimental False
Realm nl
Description An extension to add two concepts from FreedomRestrictingIntervention as defined by the Dutch Health and Care Information models (Dutch: Zorginformatiebouwsteen or ZIB) version 3.1, namely LegallyCapable and LeggallyCapableComment, to the Procedure resource. The extension can be seen as an indicator stating whether the patient is deemed capable of overseeing the consequences of a certain procedure, situation or decision.
Purpose Freedom-restricting interventions (also called involuntary / compulsory care) are applied to prevent or limit serious harm to the person concerned or others or to stabilize or restore the mental health of the person concerned. Implementing freedom-restricting interventions is risky and can result in damage to the the person concerned if they are not carefully implemented. Health professionals fulfill an important role in identifying risks, observing the effect of the interventions and any changes to the policy in terms of involuntary/compulsory care. Recording all information on the interventions is of major importance for insight into decision-making, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the freedom-restricting interventions. The reporting of applied freedom-restricting interventions is also part of the set of quality indicators of the Healthcare and Youth Care Inspectorate
Copyright CC0
Type Extension
Kind complex-type

Resources that use this resource

StructureDefinition
http://nictiz.nl/fhir/StructureDefinition/zib-FreedomRestrictingIntervention Zib FreedomRestrictingIntervention

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Source

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  "resourceType" : "StructureDefinition",
  "id" : "zib-FreedomRestrictingIntervention-LegallyCapable",
  "url" : "http://nictiz.nl/fhir/StructureDefinition/zib-FreedomRestrictingIntervention-LegallyCapable",
  "name" : "Zib FreedomRestrictingIntervention-LegallyCapable",
  "title" : "HCIM FreedomRestrictingIntervention LegallyCapable",
  "status" : "active",
  "publisher" : "Nictiz",
  "contact" : [
    {
      "name" : "Nictiz",
      "telecom" : [
        {
          "system" : "url",
          "value" : "https://www.nictiz.nl",
          "use" : "work"
        }
      ]
    }
  ],
  "description" : "An extension to add two concepts from FreedomRestrictingIntervention as defined by the Dutch Health and Care Information models (Dutch: Zorginformatiebouwsteen or ZIB) version 3.1, namely LegallyCapable and LeggallyCapableComment, to the Procedure resource. The extension can be seen as an indicator stating whether the patient is deemed capable of overseeing the consequences of a certain procedure, situation or decision.",
  "purpose" : "Freedom-restricting interventions (also called involuntary / compulsory care) are applied to prevent or limit serious harm to the person concerned or others or to stabilize or restore the mental health of the person concerned.\r\nImplementing freedom-restricting interventions is risky and can result in damage to the the person concerned if they are not carefully implemented. Health professionals fulfill an important role in identifying risks, observing the effect of the interventions and any changes to the policy in terms of involuntary/compulsory care. Recording all information on the interventions is of major importance for insight into decision-making, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the freedom-restricting interventions.\r\nThe reporting of applied freedom-restricting interventions is also part of the set of quality indicators of the Healthcare and Youth Care Inspectorate",
  "copyright" : "CC0",
  "fhirVersion" : "3.0.2",
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      "identity" : "hcim-freedomrestrictingintervention-v1.0-2020EN",
      "uri" : "https://zibs.nl/wiki/FreedomRestrictingIntervention-v1.0(2020EN)",
      "name" : "HCIM FreedomRestrictingIntervention-v1.0(2020EN)"
    }
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  "contextType" : "resource",
  "context" : [
    "Procedure"
  ],
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        "path" : "Extension",
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          {
            "key" : "zib-FreedomRestrictingIntervention-01",
            "severity" : "warning",
            "human" : "If the patient is not legally capable, an explanation must be provided.",
            "expression" : "extension.where(url = 'legallyCapable').valueBoolean = false implies extension.where(url = 'legallyCapableComment').value.exists()"
          }
        ]
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      {
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        "path" : "Extension.extension",
        "slicing" : {
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            }
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          "rules" : "open"
        },
        "min" : 1
      },
      {
        "id" : "Extension.extension:legallyCapable",
        "path" : "Extension.extension",
        "sliceName" : "legallyCapable",
        "min" : 1,
        "max" : "1"
      },
      {
        "id" : "Extension.extension:legallyCapable.url",
        "path" : "Extension.extension.url",
        "fixedUri" : "legallyCapable"
      },
      {
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        "path" : "Extension.extension.valueBoolean",
        "sliceName" : "valueBoolean",
        "short" : "LegallyCapable",
        "definition" : "Indicator stating whether the patient is deemed capable of overseeing the consequences of a certain procedure, situation or decision.",
        "alias" : [
          "Wilsbekwaam"
        ],
        "min" : 1,
        "type" : [
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          }
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            "comment" : "LegallyCapable"
          }
        ]
      },
      {
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        "sliceName" : "legallyCapableComment",
        "min" : 0,
        "max" : "1"
      },
      {
        "id" : "Extension.extension:legallyCapableComment.url",
        "path" : "Extension.extension.url",
        "fixedUri" : "legallyCapableComment"
      },
      {
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        "path" : "Extension.extension.valueString",
        "sliceName" : "valueString",
        "short" : "LegallyCapableComment",
        "definition" : "Comment on the decisions which the patient is legally capable of making.",
        "alias" : [
          "WilsbekwaamToelichting"
        ],
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          }
        ]
      },
      {
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        "path" : "Extension.url",
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      },
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        "max" : "0"
      }
    ]
  },
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