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Compartment RelatedPerson

FHIR Infrastructure Work GroupMaturity Level: N/AStandards Status:Trial Use
Formal URIhttp://hl7.org/fhir/compartment/RelatedPerson
DescriptionThe set of resources associated with a particular 'related person'
IdentityThere is an instance of the relatedPerson compartment for each relatedPerson resource, and the identity of the compartment is the same as the relatedPerson
MembershipThe relatedPerson compartment includes any resources where the resource is explicitly linked to relatedPerson (usually as author)
Formal DefinitionCompartmentDefinitionresource: XML or JSON

Resource based membership rules.

The following resources may be in this compartment:

ResourceInclusion Criteria
AdverseEventrecorder
AllergyIntoleranceparticipant
Appointmentactor
AppointmentResponseactor
Basicauthor
CarePlanperformer
CareTeamparticipant
ChargeItementerer or performer-actor
Claimpayee
Communicationsender or recipient
CommunicationRequestinformation-provider or recipient or requester
Compositionauthor
Conditionparticipant-actor
Coveragepolicy-holder or subscriber or paymentby-party
DocumentManifestauthor or recipient
DocumentReferenceauthor
Encounterparticipant
ExplanationOfBenefitpayee
Invoicerecipient
MedicationAdministrationperformer
MedicationUsagesource
NutritionIntakesource
Observationperformer
Patientlink
Personlink
Procedureperformer
Provenanceagent
QuestionnaireResponseauthor or source
RelatedPerson[base]
RequestOrchestrationparticipant
Scheduleactor
ServiceRequestperformer
SupplyRequestrequester

A resource is in this compartment if the nominated search parameter (or chain) refers to the compartmentdefinition-relatedperson resource that defines the compartment.

All resources not explicitly listed above are not defined as part of the compartment because they do not have a relevant element, or an appropriate specified search parameter. Some non-listed resources may still be relevant for certain compartment uses, such as access control - e.g. Binary.

See information about compartments.