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General Condition Example (id = "example")

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<TerminologyCapabilities xmlns="">
  <id value="example"/> 
    <status value="generated"/> 
    <div xmlns="">
      <p> The EHR Server supports the following transactions for the resource Person: read, vread,
        update, history, search(name,gender), create and updates.</p> 
      <p> The EHR System supports the following message: admin-notify::Person.</p> 
      <p> The EHR Application has a 
        <a href="
        a-721a60663796">general document profile</a> .
  <!--     the identifier for this capability statement. 
    The identifier and version establish identifiers that other specifications etc.may
   use to 
    refer to the capability statement that this resource represents in a logical manner
    rather than in a literal (URL) fashion 

    The identifier should be globally unique - a UUID, an OID, or a URL/URI
  <url value="urn:uuid:68D043B5-9ECF-4559-A57A-396E0D452311"/> 
  <version value="20130510"/> 
  <name value="ACME-EHR"/> 
  <title value="ACME EHR capability statement"/> 
  <status value="draft"/> 
  <experimental value="true"/> 
  <date value="2012-01-04"/> 
  <publisher value="ACME Corporation"/> 
    <name value="System Administrator"/> 
      <system value="email"/> 
      <value value=""/> 
  <description value="This is the FHIR capability statement for the main EHR at ACME for the private interface
   - it does not describe the public interface"/> 
  <kind value="instance"/> 
    <name value="TxServer"/> 
    <version value="0.1.2"/> 
    <description value="Acme Terminology Server"/> 
    <url value=""/> 
  <codeSearch value="explicit"/> 

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.