eHealth Pathology Report - Release Note v1.2.2

This incremental release provides a number of defect fixes for the template packages of the eHealth Pathology Report document type. For the majority of developers, there is no need to update their systems, as the updated template packages have the same template package identifiers as the previous ones.
However, developers should review whether their systems are affected by one defect fix that is not backwards compatible. The highest level “REPORTING PATHOLOGIST” element of eHealth Pathology Report documents is now validated as mandatory. This change brings the template packages in line with the published specifications but may require updates to systems that currently don’t provide the “REPORTING PATHOLOGIST” information.

Identifier: 
DH-2562:2017
Date: 
21-12-2017
SHA256 Checksum: 
e74503365451fe9200150ca2d1aa1bd452a60f284a1260172d38ae8d83c3ab25
Type: 
application/pdf
Size: 
518.71 KB
Release history
Product component
Identifier: 
DH-2456:2017

This release of the eHealth Pathology Report end product provides updates to the Template Package Library and introduces a new eHealth Pathology Report Conformance Test Specification. 

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