This release of the Detailed Clinical Model Library publishes new and changed models that are a result of the modelling done to support the Victorian eReferral program. These models were developed in accordance with the requirements for the eReferral program, in order to enable the production of a complete and satisfactory set of structured content specifications and CDA™ implementation guides.
These models were developed in accordance with the requirements for the eReferral program, in order to enable the production of a complete and satisfactory set of structured content specifications and CDA™ implementation guides.
In addition to these changes, Miscellaneous DCMs Detailed Clinical Model Specification was updated to remove the Requested Service DCM, which is now in its own publication. This change was independent of the Victorian eReferral Program.
All other DCMs were only updated to reflect the rebranding to the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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