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4.3.14.113 Code System http://terminology.hl7.org/fhir/CodeSystem/medicationdispense-status-reason

Pharmacy Work Group Maturity Level: 1Draft Use Context: Not Intended for Production use

This is a code system defined by the FHIR project.

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/fhir/CodeSystem/medicationdispense-status-reason
Version:3.6.0
Name:MedicationDispense Status Reason Codes
Title:Medication dispense status reason codes
Definition:

MedicationDispense Status Codes

Committee:Pharmacy Work Group
OID:2.16.840.1.113883.4.642.1.1317 (for OID based terminology systems)
Source ResourceXML / JSON

This Code system is used in the following value sets:

MedicationDispense Status Codes

This code system http://terminology.hl7.org/fhir/CodeSystem/medicationdispense-status-reason defines the following codes:

CodeDisplayDefinition
frr01 Order StoppedThe order has been stopped by the prescriber but this fact has not necessarily captured electronically. Example: A verbal stop, a fax, etc.
frr02 Stale-dated OrderOrder has not been fulfilled within a reasonable amount of time, and might not be current.
frr03 Incomplete dataData needed to safely act on the order which was expected to become available independent of the order is not yet available. Example: Lab results, diagnostic imaging, etc.
frr04 Product unavailableProduct not available or manufactured. Cannot supply.
frr05 Ethical/religiousThe dispenser has ethical, religious or moral objections to fulfilling the order/dispensing the product.
frr06 Unable to provide careFulfiller not able to provide appropriate care associated with fulfilling the order. Example: Therapy requires ongoing monitoring by fulfiller and fulfiller will be ending practice, leaving town, unable to schedule necessary time, etc.
altchoice Try another treatment firstThis therapy has been ordered as a backup to a preferred therapy. This order will be released when and if the preferred therapy is unsuccessful.
clarif Prescription/Request requires clarificationClarification is required before the order can be acted upon.
drughigh Drug level too highThe current level of the medication in the patient's system is too high. The medication is suspended to allow the level to subside to a safer level.
hospadm Admission to hospitalThe patient has been admitted to a care facility and their community medications are suspended until hospital discharge.
labint Lab interference issuesThe therapy would interfere with a planned lab test and the therapy is being withdrawn until the test is completed.
non-avail Patient not availablePatient not available for a period of time due to a scheduled therapy, leave of absence or other reason.
preg Patient is pregnant or breastfeedingThe patient is pregnant or breast feeding. The therapy will be resumed when the pregnancy is complete and the patient is no longer breastfeeding.
saig AllergyThe patient is believed to be allergic to a substance that is part of the therapy and the therapy is being temporarily withdrawn to confirm.
sddi Drug interacts with another drugThe drug interacts with a short-term treatment that is more urgently required. This order will be resumed when the short-term treatment is complete.
sdupther Duplicate therapyAnother short-term co-occurring therapy fulfills the same purpose as this therapy. This therapy will be resumed when the co-occuring therapy is complete.
sintol Suspected intoleranceThe patient is believed to have an intolerance to a substance that is part of the therapy and the therapy is being temporarily withdrawn to confirm.
surg Patient scheduled for surgeryThe drug is contraindicated for patients receiving surgery and the patient is scheduled to be admitted for surgery in the near future. The drug will be resumed when the patient has sufficiently recovered from the surgery.
washout WashoutThe patient was previously receiving a medication contraindicated with the current medication. The current medication will remain on hold until the prior medication has been cleansed from their system.
outofstock Drug not available - out of stockDrug out of stock. Cannot supply.
offmarket Drug not available - off marketDrug no longer marketed Cannot supply.

 

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