CHMED Implementation Guide
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CHMED Implementation Guide, published by IG eMediplan. This guide is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 3.0.0-ci-build built by the FHIR (HL7® FHIR® Standard) CI Build. This version is based on the current content of https://github.com/ahdis/chmed/ and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions

Extensions

Extensions for Medication documents

  • CHMED Extension
    CHMED extension can be used to include additional information. NOTE: The extension can include itself as a nested extension (see example).
  • CHMED Recipient
    CHMED extension for the recipient (GLN) of the electronic prescription. To be used if the electronic prescription is to be transmitted electronically to a healthcare professional.
  • CHMED sic
    CHMED extension sic erat scriptum (latin) is intended to avoid misunderstandings between the physician and pharmacist and indicates to the pharmacist that the physician has deliberately chosen the prescription and wishes to prescribe the drug in exactly this way and not otherwise.

Extensions for Dosage

  • CHMED Dose Quantity To
    CHMED extension for representing the change of a dose quantity (from a starting quantity continously) to this final quantity
  • CHMED Posology Detail Object Type
    CHMED extension for the type of the posology detail objects defined in ‘eMedication Plan ChMed Posology’
  • CHMED Timed Dosage Object Type
    CHMED extension for the type of the timed dosage object defined in ‘eMedication Plan ChMed Posology’