PCEHR Prescription and Dispense View - Structured Content Specification v1.0
- NEHTA-1126:2013 PCEHR Prescription and Dispense View - Structured Content Specification v1.0
This document provides a guide to implementing the 'logical' model detailed by the eHealth Prescription and Dispense View Structured Content Specification as an HL7 Clinical Document Architecture Release 2 (CDA) XML document.
The guide contains descriptions of both constraints on the CDA and, where necessary, custom extensions to the CDA, for the purposes of fulfilling the requirements for implementations of an eHealth prescription and dispense view. The resulting CDA document can be used for the electronic access and viewing of the eHealth prescription and dispense view by healthcare providers and individuals.
This document mentions the NPDR.
Please note: the National Prescription and Dispense Repository or NPDR was decommissioned in December 2016. My Health Record repository services are currently provided through the National Repositories Service or NRS.
The NRS stores a minimum critical set of health information about registered individuals, including shared health summaries, event summaries, discharge summaries, eReferrals, specialist letters, prescribed and dispensed medications, pathology reports, diagnostic imaging reports and healthcare recipient-only notes.
The My Health Record System Operator operates the NRS.
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