Common - Continuity of Care v1.0.1

Common - Continuity of Care v1.0.1

The Common - Continuity of Care end product has been archived. The remaining three components have been moved to Common - Clinical Documents.
These are:

Future updates to the FAQs will be published in Common - Clinical Document.

Identifier: 
EP-1458:2013
Date: 
14-10-2013
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Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1274:2013

A global exclusion statement is common in CDA clinical documents and has three possible values:

  • None known
  • Not asked
  • None supplied

This FAQ answers the question: What is the proper use of none known in global exclusion statements?

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1273:2013

The FAQs are guidance material for implementation. They should be used for clarification purposes and to support existing documentation.

This FAQ answers the question: What are the nullable fields in clinical documents conformant to the CDA implementation guides?

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1460:2013
Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1459:2013

The CDA implementation guides that include diagnostic service reports (eReferral, Specialist Letter, Event Summary, and Discharge Summary) divide the reports into pathology and radiology.

Release history

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