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  1. FHIR Specification Feedback
  2. FHIR-30778

Without very structured data elements, the interpretation codes are too diverse and not usable by the receiver.

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    • Change Request
    • Status: Published (View Workflow)
    • Highest
    • Resolution: Not Persuasive with Modification
    • US Core (FHIR)
    • 3.1.1
    • Cross-Group Projects
    • Blood Pressure Example
    • (NA)
    • 18.80.1
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      For particular use cases such as described by the commenter it would more appropriate to create an implementation guide that further constrains these profiles to fit the narrower use case. 

      Requiring these additional components for all use cases + outpatient care is inappropriate.

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      For particular use cases such as described by the commenter it would more appropriate to create an implementation guide that further constrains these profiles to fit the narrower use case.  Requiring these additional components for all use cases + outpatient care is inappropriate.
    • Brett Marquard/Gay Dolin: 11-0-0
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      Recommendation that additional work needs to be done NOW to lock down value set(s)
      VHIE CDQ Team analysis identifies in COVID19 data that Interpretation text without codes too diverse
      Clarity needs to be added on when to use vs Observation.component:systolic.interpretation or Observation.component:diastolic.interpretation.When a patient is in the ICU and the automated bp data capture happens - needs to be noted, same as with different arms or other locations based on patient physical differences.

      (Comment 7 - imported by: Jean Duteau)

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