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November 18, 2015

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  • Discuss FHIR Methodology wrt to use of Resource and Profile "type" and "sub-type" elements. Last call, John asserted that the only codes that are permitted in the FHIR CD type element is = Consent. Kathleen disagreed as this would require every Resource to include an additional element "profile type" in order for profiles to use the Resource.type element to further specify profile types.
    • John -- Not what I said. The way a resource instance indicates that it is conformant to a profile is through the meta tag. What I asserted is that our ConsentDirective profile would indicate that the Contract.type be fixed at some value (e.g. "Privacy Consent") to differentiate privacy consents from other contract types. This does not mean that all Contracts with that type (e.g. "Privacy Consent") are conformant to the ConsentDirective profile. So, I am just indicating what a Profile would 'constrain', having nothing to do with how an instance would declare that it is conforming to that profile. Specifically an instance of a resource must be fully descriptive, it can't require that someone look at the profile conformance to understand the meaning. So, one must be able to tell by the resource elements what the meaning is.
  • Discuss other submitted use cases depending on who attends
  • Discuss example made from Pat's #1 use-case


Action Items


Member Name x Member Name x Member Name
Johnathan ColemanCBCC Co-Chair Kathleen Connor Tarik Idris
William Kinsley Russell McDonell John Moehrke Security Co-Chair
Marty Prahl Diana Proud-Madruga Pat Pyette
Andrew Torres [1] [2]