FHIR Definitions

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FHIR Definitions

FHIR Definitions

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  • The Account itself does not include information about the charges, payments or adjustments, but rather those resources, such as Charge Item point to the account to which they apply...
  • In general, an activity definition is simply a conceptual description of some specific action that should be taken. An instance of an Activity Definition does not indicate that any...
  • An address is intended to describe postal addresses for administrative purposes, not to describe absolute geographical coordinates. Postal addresses are often used as proxies for ...
  • An event within a care setting, might or might not impact an individual but had the potential to cause an adverse event. An adverse event is the result of an intervention that caus...
  • Age

    Age is a duration (length of time) with a UCUM (Unified Code for Units of Measure) code. It is used in places like Condition and Family Member History. There is a code if there is ...
  • This resource is used to provide a single place within the health record to document a range of clinical statements about adverse reactions to substances/products, including: - Re...
  • Annotation is used in the following places: - Allergy Intolerance - Care Plan - Care Team - Charge Item - Clinical Impression - Communication - Communication Request - Condition -...
  • An appointment may include a visit either in person or remote (by phone, video conference, etc.). All that matter is that the time and usage of one or more individuals, locations a...
  • When an appointment is required, a requester creates new Appointment resource with the Appointment status as "proposed". All included participants (optional or mandatory) should ha...
  • The actual content of an Attachment can be conveyed directly using the data element or a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) reference can be provided. If both are provided, the referen...