Situational Awareness for Novel Epidemic Response
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Communicate Results

This section describes the REPORT-TX of this guide. This transaction is used by the Measure Consumer actors.

Scope

The Communicate Results transaction allows users (e.g., Public Health Officials) to view current resource availability, or other systems to access resource availability data.

Actors Roles

Figure 2.5-1: Communicate Results Use Case Diagram

Figure 2.5-1: Communicate Results Use Case Diagram

Table 2.5-1: Actor Roles
ActorRole
Measure Consumer Display or transmits reports using availability data

Referenced Standards

Table 3.71.3-1: Referenced Standards
StandardName
RFC-7230Hypertext Transfer Protocol - HTTP/1.1

Interactions

Figure 2.5-2: Communicate Results Interactions

Figure 2.5-2: Communicate Results Interactions

Communicate Measure

Upon completion of this transaction, resource availability data will have been communicated to a user or system. This can be demonstrated by generation of a report, summary, or other artifact, or by transmission of resource availability data or some computation over it to another system.

This requirement can be met by a Measure Consumer that consumes and displays data in a Web Browser, consumes data and transmits it in another format to a public health agency (e.g., using the CDC CSV format), or as a Measure Intermediary that consumes data from one system and communicates it to another, or transforms it and communicates it back to the original system or to another system.

Trigger Event -
Message Semantics
Expected Actions

Conformance

See the following CapabilityStatement resources for conformance requirements: