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provides document interchange using a common file and directory structure over several standard media. This permits the patient to use physical media to carry medical documents. This also permits the use of person-to-person email to convey medical documents.
 
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==Formal Specification==
  
==Summary==
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===[https://profiles.ihe.net/ITI/TF/Volume1/ch-16.html XDM (html) specification]===
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* [https://profiles.ihe.net/ITI/TF/Volume1/ch-16.html Final Text]
  
'''Cross-Enterprise Document Media Interchange (XDM)''' - provides document interchange using a common file and directory structure over several standard media. This permits the patient to use physical media to carry medical documents. This also permits the use of person-to-person email to convey medical documents.
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==See Also==
==Benefits==
 
'''Facilitates person-to-person exchange of the healthcare information'''
 
* supports transport via physical media - USB and CD-R
 
* supports transport as an attachment to an email
 
  
==Details==
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[[Document Sharing]]
The XDM solution is intended to be easy to implement with pre-existing email clients, CD burners and USB ports. XDM does not include any additional reliability enhancements. XDM requires that the recipient be able to support human intervention in order to manually control the importing of the data (patient ID reconciliation, selection of patient of interest from possibly multiple patients’ documents on the media).
 
  
XDM is document format agnostic, supporting the same document content as XDS and XDR. Document content is described in XDS Document Content Profiles. Examples are XDS-MS, XPHR, XDS-SD, and XD*-LAB.
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'''Related Profiles'''
 
 
XDM defines no new metadata. It leverages XDS metadata with emphasis on patient identification, document identification, description, and relationships.
 
A directory and file structure is documented for populating the media. This structure maintains separate areas for each patient listed and is supported on all referenced media types. Media and the structure were selected based on experience with media interoperability in Radiology, i.e. PDI profile. The media selected are the widespread CD-R, USB removable media, and email with ZIP attachment.
 
 
 
==Systems Affected==
 
Systems involved in this profile are:
 
* EHR, EMR, HIE, HIO
 
 
 
'''Actors & Transactions:'''
 
[[Image:XDM-Actor-Transaction.jpg]]
 
 
 
==Specification==
 
 
 
'''Profile Status:''' [[Comments| Final Text]] 
 
 
 
'''Documents:'''
 
[http://www.ihe.net/Technical_Framework/index.cfm#IT IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework Version 5 or later]
 
:* Vol. 1 - Section 16, E, J, K
 
:* Vol. 2b - Sections 3.32
 
:* Vol. 2x - Appendix T Use of eMail
 
:* Vol. 3 - Section 4.1 XDS Metadata
 
 
 
'''Underlying Standards:'''
 
:* DICOM PS 3.10 Media Storage and File Format for Data Interchange (DICOM file format). http://dicom.nema.org/
 
:* DICOM  PS 3.12 Media Formats and Physical Media for Data Interchange, Annex F - 120mm CD-R media,  Annex R - USB Connected Removable Devices, Annex V - ZIP File Over Media, and Annex W - Email Media. http://dicom.nema.org/
 
:* XHTML™ 1.0 The Extensible HyperText Markup Language (Second Edition). A Reformulation of HTML 4 in XML 1.0. W3C Recommendation 26 January 2000, revised 1 August 2002. http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1.
 
:* XHTML™ Basic. W3C Recommendation 19 December 2000. http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtm-basic.
 
:* MDN: RFC 3798 Message Disposition Notification. http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc3798.txt
 
:* ebRIM OASIS/ebXML Registry Information Model v3.0
 
 
 
==See Also==
 
  
'''Related Profiles'''
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* [http://wiki.ihe.net/index.php?title=Document_Encryption DEN]
  
 
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Current: [[Frameworks#IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework| IT Infrastructure Technical Framework]].

Latest revision as of 12:05, 19 November 2021

provides document interchange using a common file and directory structure over several standard media. This permits the patient to use physical media to carry medical documents. This also permits the use of person-to-person email to convey medical documents.

Formal Specification

XDM (html) specification

See Also

Document Sharing

Related Profiles

This page is based on the Profile Template

Current: IT Infrastructure Technical Framework.