CH ORF (R4)
1.0.0 - STU 1

CH ORF (R4), published by HL7 Switzerland. This is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 1.0.0). This version is based on the current content of https://github.com/hl7ch/ch-orf/ and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions

Profiles

Profiles defined as part of the ORF Implementation Guide

  • CH ORF Appointment

    Profile to describe the location and time for the fulfillment of the service request. In this resource, the status of the appointment is defined, patient-oriented instructions are listed here and where and when the service request is to be fulfilled.

  • CH ORF Composition

    Profile to specify how the generic elements (e.g. patient, author) and the healthcare domain specific elements must be structured in the Composition as the first entry of the document.

  • CH ORF Coverage

    Profile to specify how the coverage is represented. This provides an organization or the individual, which will pay for services requested.

  • CH ORF Document

    Profile to set constraints that specify the CH ORF-conformant presentation of a document. The CH ORF exchange format is defined as a document type corresponding to a Bundle resource.

  • CH ORF DocumentReference

    Profile to describe how to provide a reference to a document to make it available to a healthcare system.

  • CH ORF Location

    Profile to define the details of the location of the appointment.

  • CH ORF Questionnaire

    Profile to define how a CH ORF-conformant Questionnaire resource must be structured. This is independent of the content and content structure of the questionnaire instance itself.

  • CH ORF QuestionnaireResponse

    Profile to define how a CH ORF-conformant QuestionnaireResponse resource must be structured. This is independent of the content and content structure of the response items to a specific questionnaire.

  • CH ORF Requested Encounter

    Profile to describe which details are represented at the requested encounter for the fulfillment of the service request. These are, for example, the status of the encounter or the class and the desired accomodation during the encounter.

  • CH ORF ServiceRequest

    Profile to define how the record of a request for service to be performed is represented in the context of an order. This resource is used to share relevant information required to support an CH ORF request from the order placer to the order filler.