Clinical Document Architecture V2.0.1

2.1.0 - CI Build

Clinical Document Architecture V2.0.1, published by Health Level 7. This is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 2.1.0). This version is based on the current content of https://github.com/HL7/cda-core-2.0/ and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions

JSON representation of the QTY logical model.

```
{
"resourceType" : "StructureDefinition",
"id" : "QTY",
"text" : {
"status" : "generated",
"div" : "<div xmlns=\"http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml\">\n <p>The quantity data type is an abstract generalization for all data types (1) whose value set has an order relation (less-or-equal) and (2) where difference is defined in all of the data type's totally ordered value subsets. The quantity type abstraction is needed in defining certain other types, such as the interval and the probability distribution.</p>\n </div>"
},
"extension" : [
{
"url" : "http://hl7.org/fhir/StructureDefinition/elementdefinition-namespace",
"valueUri" : "urn:hl7-org:v3"
}
],
"url" : "http://hl7.org/fhir/cda/StructureDefinition/QTY",
"version" : "2.1.0",
"name" : "QTY",
"title" : "QTY: Quantity (V3 Data Type)",
"status" : "active",
"experimental" : false,
"date" : "2021-03-11T17:00:55+00:00",
"publisher" : "Health Level 7",
"description" : "The quantity data type is an abstract generalization for all data types (1) whose value set has an order relation (less-or-equal) and (2) where difference is defined in all of the data type's totally ordered value subsets. The quantity type abstraction is needed in defining certain other types, such as the interval and the probability distribution.",
"fhirVersion" : "4.0.1",
"kind" : "logical",
"abstract" : true,
"type" : "QTY",
"baseDefinition" : "http://hl7.org/fhir/cda/StructureDefinition/ANY",
"derivation" : "specialization",
"snapshot" : {
"element" : [
{
"id" : "QTY",
"path" : "QTY",
"definition" : "is an abstract generalization for all data types (1) whose value set has an order relation (less-or-equal) and (2) where difference is defined in all of the data type's totally ordered value subsets. The quantity type abstraction is needed in defining certain other types, such as the interval and the probability distribution.",
"min" : 1,
"max" : "*",
"base" : {
"path" : "Base",
"min" : 0,
"max" : "*"
},
"isModifier" : false
},
{
"id" : "QTY.nullFlavor",
"path" : "QTY.nullFlavor",
"representation" : [
"xmlAttr"
],
"label" : "Exceptional Value Detail",
"definition" : "If a value is an exceptional value (NULL-value), this specifies in what way and why proper information is missing.",
"min" : 0,
"max" : "1",
"base" : {
"path" : "ANY.nullFlavor",
"min" : 0,
"max" : "1"
},
"type" : [
{
"code" : "code"
}
],
"binding" : {
"strength" : "required",
"valueSet" : "http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v3-NullFlavor"
}
}
]
},
"differential" : {
"element" : [
{
"id" : "QTY",
"path" : "QTY",
"definition" : "is an abstract generalization for all data types (1) whose value set has an order relation (less-or-equal) and (2) where difference is defined in all of the data type's totally ordered value subsets. The quantity type abstraction is needed in defining certain other types, such as the interval and the probability distribution.",
"min" : 1,
"max" : "*"
}
]
}
}
```