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If subject is of type ParticipationTargetSubject, then to be compatible with CDA R2, the typeCode of subject should be SBJ not SUBJ.
 
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"The family history organizer shall contain one or more components using the <entryRelationship> element shown above."
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However, entryRelationship is not a legal element for an organizer.  To retain the COMP typeCode, we suggest that <component> be used here in place of <entryRelationship>.  (This may have been the original intent.)
  
 
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Revision as of 14:33, 18 January 2008

This text needs to be fixed-->>

(This is more of a request for more information than a bug report.)

This entry makes use of an <sdtc:id> element which is an extension to CDA R2. However Appendix C of PCC-TF which defines the extensions to CDA R2 doesn't mention the use of <sdtc:id> as a child of <cda:subject> or <cda:playingEntity> (just as a child of <sdtc:patient>). Could we have more information on how this extension is defined (or a link to where that definition occurs)? Thanks.

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This text needs to be fixed-->>

If subject is of type ParticipationTargetSubject, then to be compatible with CDA R2, the typeCode of subject should be SBJ not SUBJ.

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This text needs to be fixed-->>

"The family history organizer shall contain one or more components using the <entryRelationship> element shown above."

However, entryRelationship is not a legal element for an organizer. To retain the COMP typeCode, we suggest that <component> be used here in place of <entryRelationship>. (This may have been the original intent.)

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