OrderSet FHIR Resource Proposal
Replaced by PlanDefinition_FHIR_Resource_Proposal
- 1 OrderSet
- 1.1 Owning committee name
- 1.2 Committee Approval Date:
- 1.3 Contributing or Reviewing Work Groups
- 1.4 FHIR Resource Development Project Insight ID
- 1.5 Scope of coverage
- 1.6 RIM scope
- 1.7 Resource appropriateness
- 1.8 Expected implementations
- 1.9 Content sources
- 1.10 Example Scenarios
- 1.11 Resource Relationships
- 1.12 Timelines
- 1.13 gForge Users
The OrderSet resource represents a pre-defined and approved group of orders related to a particular clinical condition (e.g. hypertension treatment and monitoring) or stage of care (e.g. hospital admission to Coronary Care Unit). The resource captures metadata about the order set, as well as a hierarchical grouping of any number of orderable items.
The OrderSet resource is definitional in nature, it describes a patient-independent set of orders for a particular setting. In addition, the resource allows for behaviors to be defined for each item, as well as for relationships between the items to be defined. Conditional logic describing how the order set is realized with respect to a particular context can be attached using the Library resource.
The intent of the resource is to establish a standard mechanism to enable automated sharing of Order Sets. The resource is a concrete realization of the logical model defined by the HL7 Standard: Clinical Decision Support Knowledge Artifact Specification.
Owning committee name
Committee Approval Date:
2016-02-24 - Meeting Minutes
Contributing or Reviewing Work Groups
FHIR Resource Development Project Insight ID
Scope of coverage
An OrderSet is a knowledge artifact that enables the representation and sharing of pre-defined orderable items. It differs from a CarePlan in that it is not specific to a given patient, rather it defines a set of orders that can be placed on a patient, resulting in a CarePlan.
OrderSets can be used both within and between healthcare delivery environments, both as part of an orderable catalog, as well as by content providers for sharing and distribution of order sets.
The resource is flexible enough to be used to describe order sets for any discipline and locale.
Order sets are a key component of facilitating placement and fulfillment of orders related to specific conditions and workflows, but management of order sets is often built directly into healthcare delivery systems in a way that prevents sharing of the definitions. In addition, order set content providers often use proprietary formats to distribute their content, resulting in different implementations for each combination of consumer and provider systems.
The Clinical Decision Support Knowledge Artifact Specification provides a standard mechanism for representing Order Sets, and enabling that content to be represented as a FHIR resource will extend the reach of that specification. In addition, defining the content as a FHIR resource will allow implementers to use the FHIR stack and all its associated tooling and specifications to expose the content, effectively enabling another potential role of a FHIR server as Order Set Catalog.
- Clinical Quality Common Metadata Conceptual Model
- Clinical Decision Support Knowledge Artifact Specification
- Order Set Publication
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This resource will make use of the Library resource to represent any logic involved in defining the behavior of the order set.
In addition, the resource makes use of the following common data types:
May 2016 Ballot Cycle in support of the CQF IG.