DeviceMetric FHIR Resource Proposal

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DeviceMetric

Owning committee name

Health Care Devices (DEV) WG

Contributing or Reviewing Work Groups

Health Care Devices (DEV) WG

FHIR Resource Development Project Insight ID

TBD

Scope of coverage

The DeviceMetric resource describes mandatory static properties that characterize a direct or derived, quantitative or qualitative biosignal measurement, setting, or calculation produced by a medical device. The DeviceMetric resource can also be used to describe the non-static but highly relevant properties to the metric such as metric status, metric last calibration time and type, measurement mode, color, reference link to the parent DeviceComponent to where it belongs, and any capabilities that the metric offers (for example: setting the metric label).

Note:

For the initial scope, this DeviceMetric resource is only applicable to describe a single metric represents in the containment tree that is produced by the context scanner in any medical device that implements or derives from the ISO/IEEE 11073 standard.

RIM scope

TBD

Resource appropriateness

This DeviceMetric resource is solely used to describe a single metric represents in the containment tree that is produced by the context scanner in any medical device that that implements or derives from the ISO/IEEE 11073 standard.

Expected implementations

  • Center for Medical Interoperability will be in collaboration with Dräger Medical to work on the resource definition for DeviceMetric.

Content sources

  • ISO/IEEE 11073-10201
  • ISO/IEEE 11073-20601

Example Scenarios

  • Pulse rate metric from a physiological monitoring.
  • Drug label metric from an infusion pump.
  • Ventilation mode setting from a ventilator

Resource Relationships

Uses

Used by

Timelines

  • Ready for Draft for Comment ballot: January 2015
  • Complete for DSTU 2.0: August 2015

gForge Users

TBD

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