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4.4.1.181 Value Set http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/contract-publicationstatus

Financial Management Work Group Maturity Level: 1Trial Use Use Context: Any

This is a value set defined by the FHIR project.

Summary

Defining URL:http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/contract-publicationstatus
Version:4.1.0
Name:ContractResourcePublicationStatusCodes
Title:Contract Resource Publication Status codes
Definition:

This value set contract specific codes for status.

Committee:Financial Management Work Group
OID:2.16.840.1.113883.4.642.3.1208 (for OID based terminology systems)
Copyright:

HL7 International.

Source ResourceXML / JSON

This value set is used in the following places:


This value set includes codes from the following code systems:

 

This expansion generated 16 Oct 2019


This value set contains 15 concepts

Expansion based on http://hl7.org/fhir/contract-publicationstatus version 4.1.0

All codes from system http://hl7.org/fhir/contract-publicationstatus

CodeDisplayDefinitionCanonical Status
amendedAmendedContract is augmented with additional information to correct errors in a predecessor or to updated values in a predecessor. Usage: Contract altered within effective time. Precedence Order = 9. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: revised; replaced.
appendedAppendedContract is augmented with additional information that was missing from a predecessor Contract. Usage: Contract altered within effective time. Precedence Order = 9. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: updated, replaced.
cancelledCancelledContract is terminated due to failure of the Grantor and/or the Grantee to fulfil one or more contract provisions. Usage: Abnormal contract termination. Precedence Order = 10. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: stopped; failed; aborted.
disputedDisputedContract is pended to rectify failure of the Grantor or the Grantee to fulfil contract provision(s). E.g., Grantee complaint about Grantor's failure to comply with contract provisions. Usage: Contract pended. Precedence Order = 7. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: on hold; pended; suspended.~suspended
entered-in-errorEntered in ErrorContract was created in error. No Precedence Order. Status may be applied to a Contract with any status.~error
executableExecutableContract execution pending; may be executed when either the Grantor or the Grantee accepts the contract provisions by signing. I.e., where either the Grantor or the Grantee has signed, but not both. E.g., when an insurance applicant signs the insurers application, which references the policy. Usage: Optional first step of contract execution activity. May be skipped and contracting activity moves directly to executed state. Precedence Order = 3. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: draft; preliminary; planned; intended; active.
executedExecutedContract is activated for period stipulated when both the Grantor and Grantee have signed it. Usage: Required state for normal completion of contracting activity. Precedence Order = 6. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: accepted; completed.~complete
negotiableNegotiableContract execution is suspended while either or both the Grantor and Grantee propose and consider new or revised contract provisions. I.e., where the party which has not signed proposes changes to the terms. E .g., a life insurer declines to agree to the signed application because the life insurer has evidence that the applicant, who asserted to being younger or a non-smoker to get a lower premium rate - but offers instead to agree to a higher premium based on the applicants actual age or smoking status. Usage: Optional contract activity between executable and executed state. Precedence Order = 4. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: in progress; review; held.
offeredOfferedContract is a proposal by either the Grantor or the Grantee. Aka - A Contract hard copy or electronic 'template', 'form' or 'application'. E.g., health insurance application; consent directive form. Usage: Beginning of contract negotiation, which may have been completed as a precondition because used for 0..* contracts. Precedence Order = 2. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: requested; new.~proposed
policyPolicyContract template is available as the basis for an application or offer by the Grantor or Grantee. E.g., health insurance policy; consent directive policy. Usage: Required initial contract activity, which may have been completed as a precondition because used for 0..* contracts. Precedence Order = 1. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: proposed; intended.
rejectedRejected Execution of the Contract is not completed because either or both the Grantor and Grantee decline to accept some or all of the contract provisions. Usage: Optional contract activity between executable and abnormal termination. Precedence Order = 5. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: stopped; cancelled.
renewedRenewedBeginning of a successor Contract at the termination of predecessor Contract lifecycle. Usage: Follows termination of a preceding Contract that has reached its expiry date. Precedence Order = 13. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: superseded.
revokedRevokedA Contract that is rescinded. May be required prior to replacing with an updated Contract. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: nullified.~failed
resolvedResolvedContract is reactivated after being pended because of faulty execution. *E.g., competency of the signer(s), or where the policy is substantially different from and did not accompany the application/form so that the applicant could not compare them. Aka - ''reactivated''. Usage: Optional stage where a pended contract is reactivated. Precedence Order = 8. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: reactivated.
terminatedTerminatedContract reaches its expiry date. It might or might not be renewed or renegotiated. Usage: Normal end of contract period. Precedence Order = 12. Comparable FHIR and v.3 status codes: Obsoleted.

 

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