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Example OperationDefinition/Measure-data-requirements (Narrative)

Clinical Quality Information Work GroupMaturity Level: N/AStandards Status: InformativeCompartments: Not linked to any defined compartments

This is the narrative for the resource. See also the XML, JSON or Turtle format.

Note that this is the formal definition for the data-requirements operation as an OperationDefinition on Measure. See the Operation documentation


URL: [base]/Measure/[id]/$data-requirements

Parameters

UseNameCardinalityTypeBindingDocumentation
INperiodStart1..1date

The start of the measurement period. In keeping with the semantics of the date parameter used in the FHIR search operation, the period will start at the beginning of the period implied by the supplied timestamp. E.g. a value of 2014 would set the period start to be 2014-01-01T00:00:00 inclusive

INperiodEnd1..1date

The end of the measurement period. The period will end at the end of the period implied by the supplied timestamp. E.g. a value of 2014 would set the period end to be 2014-12-31T23:59:59 inclusive

OUTreturn1..1Library

The result of the requirements gathering is a module-definition Library that describes the aggregate parameters, data requirements, and dependencies of the measure

The effect of invoking this operation is to determine the aggregate set of data requirements and dependencies for the measure. The result is a Library resource with a type of module-definition that contains all the parameter definitions and data requirements of the libraries referenced by the measures. Implementations SHOULD aggregate data requirements intelligently (i.e. by collapsing overlapping data requirements). This operation defines what resources are subsequently referenced in the evaluatedResources element of the MeasureReport when submitting measure data


 

 

Usage note: every effort has been made to ensure that the examples are correct and useful, but they are not a normative part of the specification.