Adverse Reaction - Detailed Clinical Model Specification v3.3

This specification forms part of a suite of data specifications that provide a shared basis for data interpretation. Detailed clinical models are specified as business and technical definitions of data that systems may need to share or persist.This detailed clinical model specification supports the sharing and persistence of adverse reaction data including health information that will inform a clinical assessment of the predisposition of an individual for a future reaction, information about any adverse reactions, and information about events of exposure building up a persisting and evolving summary.

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Identifier: 
DH-2314:2016
Date: 
05-08-2016
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NEHTA-2090:2015

This DCM specification records health information that will inform a clinical assessment of the propensity of an individual for a future reaction to a substance, class of substance or agent.

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