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CH EMS, published by IVR Interverband für Rettungswesen. This is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 0.1.0). This version is based on the current content of and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions



TBD (CH-EMS is a FHIR implementation guide for the use of the emergency medical service protocol (EMS protocol).)

Download: You can download this implementation guide in npm format from here.

Identification: OID: 2.16.756.

Swiss specific context

The CH EMS implementation guide describes the FHIR representation of the defined Emergency Medical Service protocol. This implementation guide is dependent on CH Core and CH EPR Term, which describe the Swiss specific context, especially related to the Swiss electronic patient record (EPR).

Swiss context

The CH EMS profiles are based on the CH Core basic profiles. Thus, the examples of the EMS protocols (Einsatzprotokolle 1, 1b, 2, 2b) are valid in the Swiss context. In order to verify the correctness, the documents can be validated against the CH EMS Document Profile. (The requirements of the CH Core Document Profile are thus also fulfilled and checked).

Validation: see README CH EMS

Swiss EPR context

If the documents are used in the EPR context, the requirements of the CH Core Document Profile EPR must also be fulfilled. For the use case of the emergency services, there are two main aspects that must be considered in the EPR context:

  • The social security number (AHVN13) of the patient must not be stored in the EPR
  • For a valid EPR document, the name of the patient must be known, which is not always guaranteed in emergency services

Validation: see README CH Core

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