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Detailed Descriptions for the elements in the Contract resource.

Contract
Element IdContract
Definition

Legally enforceable, formally recorded unilateral or bilateral directive i.e., a policy or agreement.

Short DisplayLegal Agreement
Cardinality0..*
TypeDomainResource
Summaryfalse
Contract.identifier
Element IdContract.identifier
Definition

Unique identifier for this Contract or a derivative that references a Source Contract.

Short DisplayContract number
NoteThis is a business identifier, not a resource identifier (see discussion)
Cardinality0..*
TypeIdentifier
Requirements

This is the business identifier of the contract content conveyed. It may be a derivative of the legally binding contract, in which case, the identifier of the basal contract is contained in the Contract.binding referenced Contract.

Summarytrue
Contract.url
Element IdContract.url
Definition

Canonical identifier for this contract, represented as a URI (globally unique).

Short DisplayBasal definition
Cardinality0..1
Typeuri
Requirements

An absolute URI that is used to identify this contract when it is referenced in a specification, model, design, instance or a contract derivative; also called its canonical identifier. This SHOULD be globally unique and SHOULD be a literal address at which this plan definition is (or will be) published.

Summaryfalse
Comments

Used in a domain that uses a supplied contract repository.

Contract.version
Element IdContract.version
Definition

An edition identifier used for business purposes to label business significant variants.

Short DisplayBusiness edition
NoteThis is a business versionId, not a resource version id (see discussion)
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Requirements

The identifier that is used to identify this version of the contract when it is referenced in a specification, model, design, instance, or contract derivative. This is an arbitrary value managed by the contract author and is not expected to be globally unique. For example, it might be a timestamp (e.g. yyyymmdd) if a managed version is not available. There is also no expectation that versions can be placed in a lexicographical sequence.

Summarytrue
Comments

Note - This is a business versionId, not a resource version id (see discussion http://build.fhir.org/resource.html#versions) Comments - There may be different contract instances that have the same identifier but different versions. The version can be appended to the url in a reference to allow a reference to a particular business version of the plan definition with the format [url]|[version]. The version SHOULD NOT contain a '#' - see Business Version.

Contract.status
Element IdContract.status
Definition

The status of the resource instance.

Short Displayamended | appended | cancelled | disputed | entered-in-error | executable +
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Status Codes (Required)
Typecode
Is Modifiertrue (Reason: This element is labeled as a modifier because it is a status element that contains status entered-in-error which means that the resource should not be treated as valid)
Requirements

This is the Contract Business Workflow Status.

Summarytrue
Comments

This element is labeled as a modifier because the status contains codes that mark the contract as not currently valid or active.

Contract.legalState
Element IdContract.legalState
Definition

Legal states of the formation of a legal instrument, which is a formally executed written document that can be formally attributed to its author, records and formally expresses a legally enforceable act, process, or contractual duty, obligation, or right, and therefore evidences that act, process, or agreement.

Short DisplayNegotiation status
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Legal State codes (Extensible)
TypeCodeableConcept
Requirements

The legal state of a contract follows a prescribed flow as defined by the legal community and these state may be indepenedent of the workflow state.

Summaryfalse
Contract.instantiatesCanonical
Element IdContract.instantiatesCanonical
Definition

The URL pointing to a FHIR-defined Contract Definition that is adhered to in whole or part by this Contract.

Short DisplaySource Contract Definition
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Contract)
Summaryfalse
Contract.instantiatesUri
Element IdContract.instantiatesUri
Definition

The URL pointing to an externally maintained definition that is adhered to in whole or in part by this Contract.

Short DisplayExternal Contract Definition
Cardinality0..1
Typeuri
Summaryfalse
Contract.contentDerivative
Element IdContract.contentDerivative
Definition

The minimal content derived from the basal information source at a specific stage in its lifecycle.

Short DisplayContent derived from the basal information
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Content Derivation Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Requirements

In the context of a contract, the information source of the content derivative shall be the information referenced by the contract.binding. The Contract Resource may function simply as the computable representation of the executed contract, which may be the attached to the Contract Resource as the “binding” or as the “friendly” electronic form. For example, a Contract Resource may be automatically populated with the values expressed in a related QuestionnaireResponse. However, the Contract Resource may be considered the legally binding contract if it is the only “executed” form of this contract, and includes the signatures as *The Contract Resource may function as the computable representation of an application or offer in a pre-executed Contract if the grantor has not entered any values. In this case, it is populated with values in a “legal” form of the application or offer or by the values in an associated Questionnaire. If the grantor has filled in the legal form or the associated Questionnaire Response, then these values are used to populate a pre-executed Contract Resource. If the Contract.topic is considered an application or offer, then the policy is often required to be attached as the “legal” basis for the application to ensure “informed consent” to the contract, and that any discrepancy between the application and the policy are interpreted against the policy. Implementers should check organizational and jurisdictional policies to determine the relationship among multiple representations of a contract pre- and post-execution.

Summaryfalse
Contract.issued
Element IdContract.issued
Definition

When this Contract was issued.

Short DisplayWhen this Contract was issued
Cardinality0..1
TypedateTime
Requirements

The Contract issuance dateTime often precedes the Contract effective dateTime.

Summarytrue
Contract.applies
Element IdContract.applies
Definition

Relevant time or time-period when this Contract is applicable.

Short DisplayEffective time
Cardinality0..1
TypePeriod
Requirements

The dateTime upon which the Contract is binding.

Summarytrue
Contract.expirationType
Element IdContract.expirationType
Definition

Event resulting in discontinuation or termination of this Contract instance by one or more parties to the contract.

Short DisplayContract cessation cause
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Expiration Type codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.subject
Element IdContract.subject
Definition

The target entity impacted by or of interest to parties to the agreement.

Short DisplayContract Target Entity
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Any)
Requirements

The Contract.subject is an entity that has some role with respect to the Contract.topic and Contract.topic.term, which is of focal interest to the parties to the contract and likely impacted in a significant way by the Contract.action/Contract.action.reason and the Contract.term.action/Contract.action.reason. In many cases, the Contract.subject is a Contract.signer if the subject is an adult; has a legal interest in the contract; and incompetent to participate in the contract agreement.

Alternate NamesPatient
Summarytrue
Comments

The Contract.subject is an entity that has some role with respect to the Contract.topic and Contract.topic.term, which is of focal interest to the parties to the contract and likely impacted in a significant way by the Contract.action/Contract.action.reason and the Contract.term.action/Contract.action.reason. In many cases, the Contract.subject is a Contract.signer if the subject is an adult; has a legal interest in the contract; and incompetent to participate in the contract agreement.

Contract.authority
Element IdContract.authority
Definition

A formally or informally recognized grouping of people, principals, organizations, or jurisdictions formed for the purpose of achieving some form of collective action such as the promulgation, administration and enforcement of contracts and policies.

Short DisplayAuthority under which this Contract has standing
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Organization)
Requirements

The governance framework responsible for ensuring compliance with or enforcement of the contract or policy.

Summaryfalse
Contract.domain
Element IdContract.domain
Definition

Recognized governance framework or system operating with a circumscribed scope in accordance with specified principles, policies, processes or procedures for managing rights, actions, or behaviors of parties or principals relative to resources.

Short DisplayA sphere of control governed by an authoritative jurisdiction, organization, or person
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Location)
Requirements

The entities bound by governance to comply with the enforcement of contracts or policies by a recognized authority.

Alternate Namesscope of governance jurisdiction
Summaryfalse
Contract.site
Element IdContract.site
Definition

Sites in which the contract is complied with, exercised, or in force.

Short DisplaySpecific Location
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Location)
Summaryfalse
Contract.name
Element IdContract.name
Definition

A natural language name identifying this Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state. Provides additional information about its content. This name should be usable as an identifier for the module by machine processing applications such as code generation.

Short DisplayComputer friendly designation
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Requirements

Support human navigation and code generation.

Summarytrue
Comments

The name is not expected to be globally unique. The name should be a simple alphanumeric type name to ensure that it is machine-processing friendly.

Contract.title
Element IdContract.title
Definition

A short, descriptive, user-friendly title for this Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state.t giving additional information about its content.

Short DisplayHuman Friendly name
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summarytrue
Contract.subtitle
Element IdContract.subtitle
Definition

An explanatory or alternate user-friendly title for this Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state.t giving additional information about its content.

Short DisplaySubordinate Friendly name
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.alias
Element IdContract.alias
Definition

Alternative representation of the title for this Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state., e.g., a domain specific contract number related to legislation.

Short DisplayAcronym or short name
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.author
Element IdContract.author
Definition

The individual or organization that authored the Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state.

Short DisplaySource of Contract
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Patient | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | Organization)
Summaryfalse
Contract.scope
Element IdContract.scope
Definition

A selector of legal concerns for this Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state.

Short DisplayRange of Legal Concerns
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Scope codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.topic[x]
Element IdContract.topic[x]
Definition

Narrows the range of legal concerns to focus on the achievement of specific contractual objectives.

Short DisplayFocus of contract interest
Cardinality0..1
TypeCodeableConcept|Reference(Any)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Requirements

Requirement: May be used to focus the topic of a Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state. Comment: Contractual areas of concern are very broad. This element supports narrowing the area of concern to more specific term topics within this Contract. Given the wide range of contract topics, implementers need to be cognizant of the business use case for which they are designing a FHIR Contract, and narrowly specify the topic being represented with respect to the Contract.type and any specializing Contract.subtype. The same topic, e.g., an asset such as a good or service, such as a real property, medical supply, insurance, information, a procedure or employment, or a manner of conduct, such adherence to a privacy, trust, or security policy, may be the topic of multiple types of contracts. One way to determine the Contract.topic is to answer the question: “What is the overall objective of this legal instrument. The Contract.topic is described with more detail by the terms of the Contract.

Summaryfalse
Contract.type
Element IdContract.type
Definition

A high-level category for the legal instrument, whether constructed as a Contract definition, derivative, or instance in any legal state. Provides additional information about its content within the context of the Contract's scope to distinguish the kinds of systems that would be interested in the contract.

Short DisplayLegal instrument category
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Type Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summarytrue
Contract.subType
Element IdContract.subType
Definition

Sub-category for the Contract that distinguishes the kinds of systems that would be interested in the Contract within the context of the Contract's scope.

Short DisplaySubtype within the context of type
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Subtype Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summarytrue
Contract.contentDefinition
Element IdContract.contentDefinition
Definition

Precusory content developed with a focus and intent of supporting the formation a Contract instance, which may be associated with and transformable into a Contract.

Short DisplayContract precursor content
Cardinality0..1
Summaryfalse
Contract.contentDefinition.type
Element IdContract.contentDefinition.type
Definition

Precusory content structure and use, i.e., a boilerplate, template, application for a contract such as an insurance policy or benefits under a program, e.g., workers compensation.

Short DisplayContent structure and use
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Definition Type codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.contentDefinition.subType
Element IdContract.contentDefinition.subType
Definition

Detailed Precusory content type.

Short DisplayDetailed Content Type Definition
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Definition Subtype codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.contentDefinition.publisher
Element IdContract.contentDefinition.publisher
Definition

The individual or organization that published the Contract precursor content.

Short DisplayPublisher Entity
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Practitioner | PractitionerRole | Organization)
Summaryfalse
Contract.contentDefinition.publicationDate
Element IdContract.contentDefinition.publicationDate
Definition

The date (and optionally time) when the contract was published. The date must change when the business version changes and it must change if the status code changes. In addition, it should change when the substantive content of the contract changes.

Short DisplayWhen published
Cardinality0..1
TypedateTime
Summaryfalse
Contract.contentDefinition.publicationStatus
Element IdContract.contentDefinition.publicationStatus
Definition

amended | appended | cancelled | disputed | entered-in-error | executable +.

Short Displayamended | appended | cancelled | disputed | entered-in-error | executable +
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Publication Status codes (Required)
Typecode
Summaryfalse
Contract.contentDefinition.copyright
Element IdContract.contentDefinition.copyright
Definition

A copyright statement relating to Contract precursor content. Copyright statements are generally legal restrictions on the use and publishing of the Contract precursor content.

Short DisplayPublication Ownership
Cardinality0..1
Typemarkdown
Summaryfalse
Contract.term
Element IdContract.term
Definition

One or more Contract Provisions, which may be related and conveyed as a group, and may contain nested groups.

Short DisplayContract Term List
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.identifier
Element IdContract.term.identifier
Definition

Unique identifier for this particular Contract Provision.

Short DisplayContract Term Number
NoteThis is a business identifier, not a resource identifier (see discussion)
Cardinality0..1
TypeIdentifier
Summarytrue
Contract.term.issued
Element IdContract.term.issued
Definition

When this Contract Provision was issued.

Short DisplayContract Term Issue Date Time
Cardinality0..1
TypedateTime
Summarytrue
Contract.term.applies
Element IdContract.term.applies
Definition

Relevant time or time-period when this Contract Provision is applicable.

Short DisplayContract Term Effective Time
Cardinality0..1
TypePeriod
Summarytrue
Contract.term.topic[x]
Element IdContract.term.topic[x]
Definition

The entity that the term applies to.

Short DisplayTerm Concern
Cardinality0..1
TypeCodeableConcept|Reference(Any)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.type
Element IdContract.term.type
Definition

A legal clause or condition contained within a contract that requires one or both parties to perform a particular requirement by some specified time or prevents one or both parties from performing a particular requirement by some specified time.

Short DisplayContract Term Type or Form
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Term Type Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.subType
Element IdContract.term.subType
Definition

A specialized legal clause or condition based on overarching contract type.

Short DisplayContract Term Type specific classification
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Term Subtype Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.text
Element IdContract.term.text
Definition

Statement of a provision in a policy or a contract.

Short DisplayTerm Statement
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summarytrue
Contract.term.securityLabel
Element IdContract.term.securityLabel
Definition

Security labels that protect the handling of information about the term and its elements, which may be specifically identified..

Short DisplayProtection for the Term
Cardinality0..*
Requirements

Requirement - Within a Contract, a security label may apply to the one to many nested group of terms or to a term, whether inside a group or a singleton. This security label protects the term and its contained provision elements. The security label on the entire set of term provision elements may be different from the security labels on a contained offer, asset, valuedItem, or data such as sensitive information, and must be the high water mark of all security labels within the term. Rationale is that a labelled term, which may be disaggregated from the Contract, and must persist the label on the term and on contained elements within other contexts. Requirement - If more than one policy dictates a level of confidentiality of the term, then each applicable policy may be represented by a security label specific to its requirements. Comment - A Security Label is comprised of 1..1 confidentiality code and 0..* other security label codes (aka "privacy tags". A Security Label is metadata assigned (aka "tagged") to Resources and Resource elements, which specify the confidentiality and sensitivity of the Resource or element and their related attributes, the purposes for which tagged items may be collected, access, used or disclosed, any limitation on the type of entities authorized to engage in permitted purposes, and handling instructions that obligate or prohibit certain actions on the tagged items.

Summaryfalse
Contract.term.securityLabel.number
Element IdContract.term.securityLabel.number
Definition

Number used to link this term or term element to the applicable Security Label.

Short DisplayLink to Security Labels
Cardinality0..*
TypeunsignedInt
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.securityLabel.classification
Element IdContract.term.securityLabel.classification
Definition

Security label privacy tag that species the level of confidentiality protection required for this term and/or term elements.

Short DisplayConfidentiality Protection
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Scope codes (Example)
TypeCoding
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.securityLabel.category
Element IdContract.term.securityLabel.category
Definition

Security label privacy tag that species the applicable privacy and security policies governing this term and/or term elements.

Short DisplayApplicable Policy
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Resource Scope codes (Example)
TypeCoding
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.securityLabel.control
Element IdContract.term.securityLabel.control
Definition

Security label privacy tag that species the manner in which term and/or term elements are to be protected.

Short DisplayHandling Instructions
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Resource Security Control codes (Example)
TypeCoding
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer
Element IdContract.term.offer
Definition

The matter of concern in the context of this provision of the agrement.

Short DisplayContext of the Contract term
Cardinality1..1
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.identifier
Element IdContract.term.offer.identifier
Definition

Unique identifier for this particular Contract Provision.

Short DisplayOffer business ID
NoteThis is a business identifier, not a resource identifier (see discussion)
Cardinality0..*
TypeIdentifier
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.party
Element IdContract.term.offer.party
Definition

Offer Recipient.

Short DisplayOffer Recipient
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.party.reference
Element IdContract.term.offer.party.reference
Definition

Participant in the offer.

Short DisplayReferenced entity
Cardinality1..*
TypeReference(Patient | RelatedPerson | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | Device | Group | Organization)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.party.role
Element IdContract.term.offer.party.role
Definition

How the party participates in the offer.

Short DisplayParticipant engagement type
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Party Role codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.topic
Element IdContract.term.offer.topic
Definition

The owner of an asset has the residual control rights over the asset: the right to decide all usages of the asset in any way not inconsistent with a prior contract, custom, or law (Hart, 1995, p. 30).

Short DisplayNegotiable offer asset
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Any)
Requirements

In the context of a contract, the topic is the matter under consideration in regards to which specific rights, privileges, obligations, restrictions, and prohibitions are binding on any grantor and grantee parties upon the execution of the contract. Given the wide range of contract topics, implementers need to be cognizant of the business use case for which they are designing a FHIR Contract, and narrowly specify the topic being represented with respect to the Contract.type and any specializing Contract.subtype. The same topic, e.g., an asset such as a good or service, such as a real property, medical supply, insurance, information, a procedure or employment, or a manner of conduct, such adherence to a privacy, trust, or security policy, may be the topic of multiple types of contracts. One way to determine the Contract.topic is to answer the question: “What is the object of negotiation?” Answer: The Contract.topic, which may be described with more detail in the [0..*]Contract.valuedItem @ [0..1] Contract.valuedItem.entity[x] Definition: Specific type of Contract Valued Item that may be priced. CodeableConcept|Reference(Any) Contract.topic is “the what” that a grantor is exchanging with a grantee in return for some benefit. Contract.topic is “the what” to which any Contract.action is being applied for any stipulated Contract.action.reason. AContract.topic is “the what” governed by the execution of the contract to which any party’s rights, privileges, obligations, restrictions, and prohibitions apply.

Summarytrue
Comments

The Contract.topic may be an application for or offer of a policy or service (e.g., uri to a consent directive form or a health insurance policy), which becomes the Contract once accepted by both the grantor and grantee. The Contract Resource may function simply as the computable representation of the executed contract, which may be the attached to the Contract Resource as the “binding” or as the “friendly” electronic form. For example, a Contract Resource may be automatically populated with the values expressed in a related QuestionnaireResponse. However, the Contract Resource may be considered the legally binding contract if it is the only “executed” form of this contract, and includes the signatures as *The Contract Resource may function as the computable representation of an application or offer in a pre-executed Contract if the grantor has not entered any values. In this case, it is populated with values in a “legal” form of the application or offer or by the values in an associated Questionnaire. If the grantor has filled in the legal form or the associated Questionnaire Response, then these values are used to populate a pre-executed Contract Resource. If the Contract.topic is considered an application or offer, then the policy is often required to be attached as the “legal” basis for the application to ensure “informed consent” to the contract, and that any discrepancy between the application and the policy are interpreted against the policy. Implementers should check organizational and jurisdictional policies to determine the relationship among multiple representations of a contract pre- and post-execution.

Contract.term.offer.type
Element IdContract.term.offer.type
Definition

Type of Contract Provision such as specific requirements, purposes for actions, obligations, prohibitions, e.g. life time maximum benefit.

Short DisplayContract Offer Type or Form
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Term Type Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.decision
Element IdContract.term.offer.decision
Definition

Type of choice made by accepting party with respect to an offer made by an offeror/ grantee.

Short DisplayAccepting party choice
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingActConsentDirective icon (Extensible)
TypeCodeableConcept
Requirements

In some policy or contract contexts, the "offer" is made by an offeror wishing to be the "grantee" of the offer topic by the grantor. From this perspective, the grantor is the "offeree".

Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.decisionMode
Element IdContract.term.offer.decisionMode
Definition

How the decision about a Contract was conveyed.

Short DisplayHow decision is conveyed
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Resource Decision Mode codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.answer
Element IdContract.term.offer.answer
Definition

Response to offer text.

Short DisplayResponse to offer text
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.answer.value[x]
Element IdContract.term.offer.answer.value[x]
Definition

Response to an offer clause or question text, which enables selection of values to be agreed to, e.g., the period of participation, the date of occupancy of a rental, warrently duration, or whether biospecimen may be used for further research.

Short DisplayThe actual answer response
Cardinality1..1
Typeboolean|decimal|integer|date|dateTime|time|string|uri|Attachment|Coding|Quantity|Reference(Any)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.text
Element IdContract.term.offer.text
Definition

Human readable form of this Contract Offer.

Short DisplayHuman readable offer text
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.linkId
Element IdContract.term.offer.linkId
Definition

The id of the clause or question text of the offer in the referenced questionnaire/response.

Short DisplayPointer to text
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.offer.securityLabelNumber
Element IdContract.term.offer.securityLabelNumber
Definition

Security labels that protects the offer.

Short DisplayOffer restriction numbers
Cardinality0..*
TypeunsignedInt
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset
Element IdContract.term.asset
Definition

Contract Term Asset List.

Short DisplayContract Term Asset List
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.scope
Element IdContract.term.asset.scope
Definition

Differentiates the kind of the asset .

Short DisplayRange of asset
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Asset Scope codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.type
Element IdContract.term.asset.type
Definition

Target entity type about which the term may be concerned.

Short DisplayAsset category
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Resource Asset Type codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.typeReference
Element IdContract.term.asset.typeReference
Definition

Associated entities.

Short DisplayAssociated entities
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Any)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.subtype
Element IdContract.term.asset.subtype
Definition

May be a subtype or part of an offered asset.

Short DisplayAsset sub-category
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Resource Asset Sub-Type codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.relationship
Element IdContract.term.asset.relationship
Definition

Specifies the applicability of the term to an asset resource instance, and instances it refers to orinstances that refer to it, and/or are owned by the offeree.

Short DisplayKinship of the asset
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingConsent Content Class (Extensible)
TypeCoding
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.context
Element IdContract.term.asset.context
Definition

Circumstance of the asset.

Short DisplayCircumstance of the asset
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.context.reference
Element IdContract.term.asset.context.reference
Definition

Asset context reference may include the creator, custodian, or owning Person or Organization (e.g., bank, repository), location held, e.g., building, jurisdiction.

Short DisplayCreator,custodian or owner
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Any)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.context.code
Element IdContract.term.asset.context.code
Definition

Coded representation of the context generally or of the Referenced entity, such as the asset holder type or location.

Short DisplayCodeable asset context
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Resource Asset Context codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.context.text
Element IdContract.term.asset.context.text
Definition

Context description.

Short DisplayContext description
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.condition
Element IdContract.term.asset.condition
Definition

Description of the quality and completeness of the asset that imay be a factor in its valuation.

Short DisplayQuality desctiption of asset
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.periodType
Element IdContract.term.asset.periodType
Definition

Type of Asset availability for use or ownership.

Short DisplayAsset availability types
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingContract Resource Asset Availiability codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.period
Element IdContract.term.asset.period
Definition

Asset relevant contractual time period.

Short DisplayTime period of the asset
Cardinality0..*
TypePeriod
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.usePeriod
Element IdContract.term.asset.usePeriod
Definition

Time period of asset use.

Short DisplayTime period
Cardinality0..*
TypePeriod
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.text
Element IdContract.term.asset.text
Definition

Clause or question text (Prose Object) concerning the asset in a linked form, such as a QuestionnaireResponse used in the formation of the contract.

Short DisplayAsset clause or question text
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.linkId
Element IdContract.term.asset.linkId
Definition

Id [identifier??] of the clause or question text about the asset in the referenced form or QuestionnaireResponse.

Short DisplayPointer to asset text
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.answer
Element IdContract.term.asset.answer
Definition

Response to assets.

Short DisplayResponse to assets
Cardinality0..*
TypeSee Contract.term.offer.answer
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.securityLabelNumber
Element IdContract.term.asset.securityLabelNumber
Definition

Security labels that protects the asset.

Short DisplayAsset restriction numbers
Cardinality0..*
TypeunsignedInt
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem
Definition

Contract Valued Item List.

Short DisplayContract Valued Item List
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.entity[x]
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.entity[x]
Definition

Specific type of Contract Valued Item that may be priced.

Short DisplayContract Valued Item Type
Cardinality0..1
TypeCodeableConcept|Reference(Any)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.identifier
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.identifier
Definition

Identifies a Contract Valued Item instance.

Short DisplayContract Valued Item Number
NoteThis is a business identifier, not a resource identifier (see discussion)
Cardinality0..1
TypeIdentifier
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.effectiveTime
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.effectiveTime
Definition

Indicates the time during which this Contract ValuedItem information is effective.

Short DisplayContract Valued Item Effective Tiem
Cardinality0..1
TypedateTime
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.quantity
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.quantity
Definition

Specifies the units by which the Contract Valued Item is measured or counted, and quantifies the countable or measurable Contract Valued Item instances.

Short DisplayCount of Contract Valued Items
Cardinality0..1
TypeSimpleQuantity
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.unitPrice
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.unitPrice
Definition

A Contract Valued Item unit valuation measure.

Short DisplayContract Valued Item fee, charge, or cost
Cardinality0..1
TypeMoney
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.factor
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.factor
Definition

A real number that represents a multiplier used in determining the overall value of the Contract Valued Item delivered. The concept of a Factor allows for a discount or surcharge multiplier to be applied to a monetary amount.

Short DisplayContract Valued Item Price Scaling Factor
Cardinality0..1
Typedecimal
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.points
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.points
Definition

An amount that expresses the weighting (based on difficulty, cost and/or resource intensiveness) associated with the Contract Valued Item delivered. The concept of Points allows for assignment of point values for a Contract Valued Item, such that a monetary amount can be assigned to each point.

Short DisplayContract Valued Item Difficulty Scaling Factor
Cardinality0..1
Typedecimal
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.net
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.net
Definition

Expresses the product of the Contract Valued Item unitQuantity and the unitPriceAmt. For example, the formula: unit Quantity * unit Price (Cost per Point) * factor Number * points = net Amount. Quantity, factor and points are assumed to be 1 if not supplied.

Short DisplayTotal Contract Valued Item Value
Cardinality0..1
TypeMoney
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.payment
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.payment
Definition

Terms of valuation.

Short DisplayTerms of valuation
Cardinality0..1
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.paymentDate
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.paymentDate
Definition

When payment is due.

Short DisplayWhen payment is due
Cardinality0..1
TypedateTime
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.responsible
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.responsible
Definition

Who will make payment.

Short DisplayWho will make payment
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Organization | Patient | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | RelatedPerson)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.recipient
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.recipient
Definition

Who will receive payment.

Short DisplayWho will receive payment
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Organization | Patient | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | RelatedPerson)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.linkId
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.linkId
Definition

Id of the clause or question text related to the context of this valuedItem in the referenced form or QuestionnaireResponse.

Short DisplayPointer to specific item
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.asset.valuedItem.securityLabelNumber
Element IdContract.term.asset.valuedItem.securityLabelNumber
Definition

A set of security labels that define which terms are controlled by this condition.

Short DisplaySecurity Labels that define affected terms
Cardinality0..*
TypeunsignedInt
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action
Element IdContract.term.action
Definition

An actor taking a role in an activity for which it can be assigned some degree of responsibility for the activity taking place.

Short DisplayEntity being ascribed responsibility
Cardinality0..*
Requirements

An agent can be a person, an organization, software, device, or other entities that may be ascribed responsibility.

Summaryfalse
Comments

Several agents may be associated (i.e. has some responsibility for an activity) with an activity and vice-versa. For example, in cases of actions initiated by one user for other users, or in events that involve more than one user, hardware device, software, or system process. However, only one user may be the initiator/requestor for the event.

Contract.term.action.doNotPerform
Element IdContract.term.action.doNotPerform
Definition

True if the term prohibits the action.

Short DisplayTrue if the term prohibits the action
Cardinality0..1
Typeboolean
Is Modifiertrue (Reason: If true this element negates the specified action. For Example, instead of a dictate to perform an action, it is a dictate not to perform the action.)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.type
Element IdContract.term.action.type
Definition

Activity or service obligation to be done or not done, performed or not performed, effectuated or not by this Contract term.

Short DisplayType or form of the action
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingContract Action Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.subject
Element IdContract.term.action.subject
Definition

Entity of the action.

Short DisplayEntity of the action
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.subject.reference
Element IdContract.term.action.subject.reference
Definition

The entity the action is performed or not performed on or for.

Short DisplayEntity of the action
Cardinality1..*
TypeReference(Patient | RelatedPerson | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | Device | Group | Organization)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.subject.role
Element IdContract.term.action.subject.role
Definition

Role type of agent assigned roles in this Contract.

Short DisplayRole type of the agent
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingContract Actor Role Codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.intent
Element IdContract.term.action.intent
Definition

Reason or purpose for the action stipulated by this Contract Provision.

Short DisplayPurpose for the Contract Term Action
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingPurposeOfUse icon (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.linkId
Element IdContract.term.action.linkId
Definition

Id [identifier??] of the clause or question text related to this action in the referenced form or QuestionnaireResponse.

Short DisplayPointer to specific item
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.status
Element IdContract.term.action.status
Definition

Current state of the term action.

Short DisplayState of the action
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingContract Resource Action Status codes (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.context
Element IdContract.term.action.context
Definition

Encounter or Episode with primary association to specified term activity.

Short DisplayEpisode associated with action
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(Encounter | EpisodeOfCare)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.contextLinkId
Element IdContract.term.action.contextLinkId
Definition

Id [identifier??] of the clause or question text related to the requester of this action in the referenced form or QuestionnaireResponse.

Short DisplayPointer to specific item
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.occurrence[x]
Element IdContract.term.action.occurrence[x]
Definition

When action happens.

Short DisplayWhen action happens
Cardinality0..1
TypedateTime|Period|Timing
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.requester
Element IdContract.term.action.requester
Definition

Who or what initiated the action and has responsibility for its activation.

Short DisplayWho asked for action
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Patient | RelatedPerson | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | Device | Group | Organization)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.requesterLinkId
Element IdContract.term.action.requesterLinkId
Definition

Id [identifier??] of the clause or question text related to the requester of this action in the referenced form or QuestionnaireResponse.

Short DisplayPointer to specific item
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.performerType
Element IdContract.term.action.performerType
Definition

The type of individual that is desired or required to perform or not perform the action.

Short DisplayKind of service performer
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingParticipationRoleType (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.performerRole
Element IdContract.term.action.performerRole
Definition

The type of role or competency of an individual desired or required to perform or not perform the action.

Short DisplayCompetency of the performer
Cardinality0..1
Terminology BindingSecurityRoleType (Example)
TypeCodeableConcept
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.performer
Element IdContract.term.action.performer
Definition

Indicates who or what is being asked to perform (or not perform) the ction.

Short DisplayActor that wil execute (or not) the action
Cardinality0..1
TypeReference(RelatedPerson | Patient | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | CareTeam | Device | Substance | Organization | Location)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.performerLinkId
Element IdContract.term.action.performerLinkId
Definition

Id [identifier??] of the clause or question text related to the reason type or reference of this action in the referenced form or QuestionnaireResponse.

Short DisplayPointer to specific item
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.reason
Element IdContract.term.action.reason
Definition

Rationale for the action to be performed or not performed. Describes why the action is permitted or prohibited. Either a coded concept, or another resource whose existence justifies permitting or not permitting this action.

Short DisplayWhy is action (not) needed?
Cardinality0..*
Terminology BindingPurposeOfUse icon (Example)
TypeCodeableReference(Condition | Observation | DiagnosticReport | DocumentReference | Questionnaire | QuestionnaireResponse)
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.reasonLinkId
Element IdContract.term.action.reasonLinkId
Definition

Id [identifier??] of the clause or question text related to the reason type or reference of this action in the referenced form or QuestionnaireResponse.

Short DisplayPointer to specific item
Cardinality0..*
Typestring
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.note
Element IdContract.term.action.note
Definition

Comments made about the term action made by the requester, performer, subject or other participants.

Short DisplayComments about the action
Cardinality0..*
TypeAnnotation
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.action.securityLabelNumber
Element IdContract.term.action.securityLabelNumber
Definition

Security labels that protects the action.

Short DisplayAction restriction numbers
Cardinality0..*
TypeunsignedInt
Summaryfalse
Contract.term.group
Element IdContract.term.group
Definition

Nested group of Contract Provisions.

Short DisplayNested Contract Term Group
Cardinality0..*
TypeSee Contract.term
Summaryfalse
Contract.supportingInfo
Element IdContract.supportingInfo
Definition

Information that may be needed by/relevant to the performer in their execution of this term action.

Short DisplayExtra Information
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Any)
Summaryfalse
Contract.relevantHistory
Element IdContract.relevantHistory
Definition

Links to Provenance records for past versions of this Contract definition, derivative, or instance, which identify key state transitions or updates that are likely to be relevant to a user looking at the current version of the Contract. The Provence.entity indicates the target that was changed in the update. http://build.fhir.org/provenance-definitions.html#Provenance.entity.

Short DisplayKey event in Contract History
Cardinality0..*
TypeReference(Provenance)
Summaryfalse
Contract.signer
Element IdContract.signer
Definition

Parties with legal standing in the Contract, including the principal parties, the grantor(s) and grantee(s), which are any person or organization bound by the contract, and any ancillary parties, which facilitate the execution of the contract such as a notary or witness.

Short DisplayContract Signatory
Cardinality0..*
Requirements

The Contract.signer applies a signature to the Contract.binding referenced resource, which is the documentation that is the legal "source of truth". The Contract.signer may delegate, such as a legally recognized personal representative, or have a delegate assigned e.g., by a court of law, to actually sign the Contract, such as a trustee in the case of incompetence.

Summaryfalse
Comments

Signers who are principal parties to the contract are bound by the Contract.activity related to the Contract.topic, and the Contract.term(s), which either extend or restrict the overall action on the topic by, for example, stipulating specific policies or obligations constraining actions, action reason, or agents with respect to some or all of the topic. For example, specifying how policies or obligations shall constrain actions and action reasons permitted or denied on all or a subset of the Contract.topic (e.g., all or a portion of property being transferred by the contract), agents (e.g., who can resell, assign interests, or alter the property being transferred by the contract), actions, and action reasons; or with respect to Contract.terms, stipulating, extending, or limiting the Contract.period of applicability or valuation of items under consideration.

Contract.signer.type
Element IdContract.signer.type
Definition

Role of this Contract signer, e.g. notary, grantee.

Short DisplayContract Signatory Role
Cardinality1..1
Terminology BindingContract Signer Type Codes (Preferred)
TypeCoding
Summaryfalse
Contract.signer.party
Element IdContract.signer.party
Definition

Party which is a signator to this Contract.

Short DisplayContract Signatory Party
Cardinality1..1
TypeReference(Organization | Patient | Practitioner | PractitionerRole | RelatedPerson)
Summaryfalse
Contract.signer.signature
Element IdContract.signer.signature
Definition

Legally binding Contract DSIG signature contents in Base64.

Short DisplayContract Documentation Signature
Cardinality1..*
TypeSignature
Summaryfalse
Contract.friendly
Element IdContract.friendly
Definition

The "patient friendly language" versionof the Contract in whole or in parts. "Patient friendly language" means the representation of the Contract and Contract Provisions in a manner that is readily accessible and understandable by a layperson in accordance with best practices for communication styles that ensure that those agreeing to or signing the Contract understand the roles, actions, obligations, responsibilities, and implication of the agreement.

Short DisplayContract Friendly Language
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.friendly.content[x]
Element IdContract.friendly.content[x]
Definition

Human readable rendering of this Contract in a format and representation intended to enhance comprehension and ensure understandability.

Short DisplayEasily comprehended representation of this Contract
Cardinality1..1
TypeAttachment|Reference(Composition | DocumentReference | QuestionnaireResponse)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse
Contract.legal
Element IdContract.legal
Definition

List of Legal expressions or representations of this Contract.

Short DisplayContract Legal Language
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.legal.content[x]
Element IdContract.legal.content[x]
Definition

Contract legal text in human renderable form.

Short DisplayContract Legal Text
Cardinality1..1
TypeAttachment|Reference(Composition | DocumentReference | QuestionnaireResponse)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse
Contract.rule
Element IdContract.rule
Definition

List of Computable Policy Rule Language Representations of this Contract.

Short DisplayComputable Contract Language
Cardinality0..*
Summaryfalse
Contract.rule.content[x]
Element IdContract.rule.content[x]
Definition

Computable Contract conveyed using a policy rule language (e.g. XACML, DKAL, SecPal).

Short DisplayComputable Contract Rules
Cardinality1..1
TypeAttachment|Reference(DocumentReference)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse
Contract.legallyBinding[x]
Element IdContract.legallyBinding[x]
Definition

Legally binding Contract: This is the signed and legally recognized representation of the Contract, which is considered the "source of truth" and which would be the basis for legal action related to enforcement of this Contract.

Short DisplayBinding Contract
Cardinality0..1
TypeAttachment|Reference(Composition | DocumentReference | QuestionnaireResponse | Contract)
[x] NoteSee Choice of Datatypes for further information about how to use [x]
Summaryfalse