Mobile access to Health Documents (MHD)
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Mobile access to Health Documents (MHD), published by IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Committee. This guide is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 4.2.3-current built by the FHIR (HL7® FHIR® Standard) CI Build. This version is based on the current content of https://github.com/IHE/ITI.MHD/ and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions

Example Bundle: Example of a FHIR-Document Bundle

Eve Everywoman


Generated Narrative: Composition

ResourceComposition "180f219f-97a8-486d-99d9-ed631fe4fc57" Updated"2013-05-28 22:12:21+0000"

Security Labels:

status: FINAL

type: Discharge Summary from Responsible Clinician (LOINC#28655-9)

encounter: See on this page: http://example.org/fhir/Encounter/doc-example

date: 2013-02-01 12:30:02+0000

author: See on this page: Practitioner/ex-practitioner

title: Discharge Summary


Reason for admission

Details
Acute Asthmatic attack. Was wheezing for days prior to admission.

Medications on Discharge

Medication Last Change Last ChangeReason
Theophylline 200mg BD after meals continued
Ventolin Inhaler stopped Getting side effect of tremor

Known allergies

Allergen Reaction
Doxycycline Hives

Additional Document Content


2. http://example.org/fhir/Practitioner/ex-practitioner (Practitioner/ex-practitioner)

Dr Adam Careful


3. http://example.org/fhir/Patient/ex-patient (Patient/ex-patient)

Eve Everywoman


4. http://example.org/fhir/Encounter/doc-example (Encounter/doc-example)

Admitted to Orthopedics Service, Middlemore Hospital between Jan 20 and Feb ist 2013


5. urn:uuid:541a72a8-df75-4484-ac89-ac4923f03b81 (Observation/null)

Acute Asthmatic attack. Was wheezing for days prior to admission.


6. urn:uuid:124a6916-5d84-4b8c-b250-10cefb8e6e86 (MedicationRequest/null)

Theophylline 200mg twice a day


7. urn:uuid:673f8db5-0ffd-4395-9657-6da00420bbc1 (MedicationStatement/null)

Ventolin inhaler discontinued


8. urn:uuid:47600e0f-b6b5-4308-84b5-5dec157f7637 (AllergyIntolerance/null)

Sensitivity to Doxycycline : Hives