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Operationdefinition-example

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This is the narrative for the resource. See also the XML, JSON or Turtle format. This example conforms to the profile OperationDefinition.


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id: example

url: http://h7.org/fhir/OperationDefinition/example

version: B

name: Populate Questionnaire

status: draft

kind: operation

date: Aug 4, 2015

publisher: Acme Healthcare Services

contact:

description: Limited implementation of the Populate Questionnaire implementation

useContext:

jurisdiction: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the) (Details : {urn:iso:std:iso:3166 code 'GB' = 'United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland', given as 'United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)'})

code: populate

comment: Only implemented for Labs and Medications so far

base: OperationDefinition/Questionnaire-populate

resource: Questionnaire

system: false

type: false

instance: true

parameter

name: subject

use: in

min: 1

max: 1

documentation: The resource that is to be the *QuestionnaireResponse.subject*. The [[[QuestionnaireResponse]]] instance will reference the provided subject. In addition, if the *local* parameter is set to true, server information about the specified subject will be used to populate the instance.

type: Reference

parameter

name: local

use: in

min: 0

max: 1

documentation: If the *local* parameter is set to true, server information about the specified subject will be used to populate the instance.

type: Reference

parameter

name: return

use: out

min: 1

max: 1

documentation: The partially (or fully)-populated set of answers for the specified Questionnaire

type: QuestionnaireResponse

overload

parameterName: subject, local

overload

parameterName: subject

comment: local defaults to false when not passed as a parameter


 

 

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.