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If context conduction is not included, then context is not conducted unless explicitely re-expressed.
  
  
 
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19-Feb-09 - Guidance from MnM is to not change it for now until they have sorted this out.
  
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Austin will strongly suggest to MnM that this must be resolved at the next harmonization meeting.
  
 
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Revision as of 22:35, 19 February 2009

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Submitted by: Patrick E. Loyd Revision date: Feb 18, 2009
Submitted date: February 18, 2009 Change request ID: CSCR-097

Issue

The Pharmacy WG has removed contextConductionInd and contextControlCode from numerous associations (act relationships and participations) throughout their models. I believe it was the intent of the Clinical Statement WG to have the Pharmacy models be deriveable from the Clinical Statement Pattern. Do we relax the clinical statement models similarly?

Recommendation

Rationale

Discussion

If context conduction is not included, then context is not conducted unless explicitely re-expressed.


Recommended Action Items

19-Feb-09 - Guidance from MnM is to not change it for now until they have sorted this out.

Austin will strongly suggest to MnM that this must be resolved at the next harmonization meeting.

Resolution