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== Issue ==
 
== Issue ==
Also a topic that concerns consent is being missed.
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A topic that concerns consent is being missed in Care Provision D-MIM and R-MIMs.
  
 
== Recommendation ==
 
== Recommendation ==
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== Rationale ==
 
== Rationale ==
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There are several instances where a clinician would like to refer a patient to another clinician. This would need an explicit consent from the patient in many situations. Hence, there needs to be an authorization option with patient consent.
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Concrete use case example (Nictiz, 2007): " Use Case: Dutch Primary Care Provider wants to refer a patient to First Line Psychology. This kind of referral does need consent, e.g. to send data and/or arrange an appointment.
  
 
== Discussion ==
 
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== Resolution ==
 
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In the draft D-MIM 2011 there is an authorization participation to CMET A_Consent Universal (COCT_MT470000).
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Needs to be decided as correct solution for the issue
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Modeled by William and put in the change request approach May 18, 2011.
  
 
== Tags ==
 
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== Revision History of this Change Request ==
 
== Revision History of this Change Request ==

Latest revision as of 19:26, 18 May 2011

ID PCCR-008
Description Consent model
Submitted by Results from analysis "Evaluating HL7 Care Provision DSTU"
Submitted date 2010-10-05
Status approved
Priority medium

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Issue

A topic that concerns consent is being missed in Care Provision D-MIM and R-MIMs.

Recommendation

Add consent model

Patient Care Topic / Artefact

DMIM update version 0800.1 has a act reference Authorization to CMET A_Consent Universal. COCT_MT470000.

Remaining Question: Is this UV? Should be.

Rationale

There are several instances where a clinician would like to refer a patient to another clinician. This would need an explicit consent from the patient in many situations. Hence, there needs to be an authorization option with patient consent.

Concrete use case example (Nictiz, 2007): " Use Case: Dutch Primary Care Provider wants to refer a patient to First Line Psychology. This kind of referral does need consent, e.g. to send data and/or arrange an appointment.

Discussion

Recommended Action Items

Resolution

In the draft D-MIM 2011 there is an authorization participation to CMET A_Consent Universal (COCT_MT470000).

Needs to be decided as correct solution for the issue

Modeled by William and put in the change request approach May 18, 2011.

Tags

Revision History of this Change Request