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* Pharmacy (for Medication and possibly for devices)
 
* Pharmacy (for Medication and possibly for devices)
 
* Patient Safety (for Individual Case Safety Reports)
 
* Patient Safety (for Individual Case Safety Reports)
* RCRIM (for Structured Product Labeling)
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* RCRIM (for Structured Product Labeling and Regulated Product Submissions)
 
* PHER (for vaccines used in Immunization)
 
* PHER (for vaccines used in Immunization)
  

Revision as of 16:37, 31 December 2008

This page will be used to discuss the content and publication of the Common Product Model.

Ambitions & Scope

The Common Product Model (CPM) will be an overarching domain information model relating to the HL7 v3 modeling of any kind (or instance) of a 'product'. The definition of the term product is intentionally kept loose at this point, but will definitely include:

  • Medication, incl. vaccines
  • Devices used in medical services
  • Anything else a person can be exposed to

The CPM is set up as a joint initiative within HL7 project, 'sponsored' by the O&O work group.

The following stakeholders have been identified:

  • Pharmacy (for Medication and possibly for devices)
  • Patient Safety (for Individual Case Safety Reports)
  • RCRIM (for Structured Product Labeling and Regulated Product Submissions)
  • PHER (for vaccines used in Immunization)

Storyboards

This space will list a number of storyboards that relate to the different perspectives on what a product is and how it is used.

These storyboards are divided into groups: