Goals of Care v1.0

The Goals of Care clinical document type is used to capture advance care information in alignment with Western Australia’s Goals of Patient Care Summary documents.
Goals of Care documents represent a sub-type of Advance Care Planning documents.
Goals of Care documents can include a statement related to a person’s care in the context of a serious illness, as agreed between him/her, his/her family, carers and healthcare team, i.e. high-quality discussions about what is important to them, promote good decision-making and patient-centred care. Goals of care cover many steps in healthcare decision-making, including decisions about specific treatments, the intensity of care and even planning for future care needs (advance care directive).

Identifier: 
EP-3024:2020
Date: 
13-03-2020
Type: 
application/zip
SHA256 Checksum: 
ce1ecfdadab788be5b0d1488a5aa344c24315a686bb231f92f4553eab4941403
Size: 
2.14 MB

Product Components

Product component
Identifier: 
DH-3025:2020

This document lists the conformance requirements for producing and consuming systems of Goals of Care documents that connect to the My Health Record system.

Product component
Identifier: 
DH-3026:2020

The Product Data Sheet provides information for implementers about the Goals of Care document features and supporting CDA Implementation guides.

Product component
Identifier: 
DH-3027:2020

The Template Package Library provides validation rules for Goals of Care documents to help identify points of non-conformance to the relevant specifications.

Product component
Identifier: 
DH-3028:2020

The Goals of Care clinical document type is used to capture advance care information in alignment with Western Australia’s Goals of Patient Care Summary documents.

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