Original Author OID

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Trial.gif Original Author Original Author OID

This ClinicalDocument/author element represents the author of the original content. It additionally can encode the original author’s institution in the subelement representedOrganization. Information regarding the original author and his/her institution shall be included, if it is known. In many cases this will have to be supplied by the operator. All subelements retain their original definition as defined by the HL7 CDA R2 specification, unless noted below.


Uses

See Templates using Original Author

Specification
Original Author Example
  <author>
    <time value=“19990522”/>
    <assignedAuthor>
      <id extension=“11111111” root=“1.3.5.35.1.4436.7”/>
      <assignedPerson>
        <name>
          <prefix>Dr.</prefix>
          <given>Bernard</given>
          <family>Wiseman</family>
          <suffix>Sr.</suffix>
        </name>
      </assignedPerson>
    	<representedOrganization>
	   <id extension=“aaaaabbbbb”	root=“1.3.5.35.1.4436.7”/>
	   <name>Dr. Wiseman’s Clinic</name>
      </representedOrganization>
    </assignedAuthor>
  </author>


<templateId root='Original Author OID'/>

The <templateId> element identifies this <author> as the author of original content that has been subsequently scanned into this document. The templateId shall have root="Original Author OID".

<time/>

The ClinicalDocument/author/time represents the day and time of the authoring of the original content. This value is not restricted beyond statements made in the HL7 CDA R2 documentation.

<assignedAuthor/>

<id/>

The ClinicalDocument/author/assignedAuthor/id element, if known, shall include both the root and the extension attributes. Refer back to ‎PCC_TF-2/Bindings for more details.

<representedOrganization/>

The ClinicalDocument/author/assignedAuthor/representedOrganization/id element, if known, shall include both the root and the extension attributes. Refer back to ‎PCC_TF-2/Bindings for more details.