Physical Examination Findings - Detailed Clinical Model Specification v1.2
- DH-2422:2016 Physical Examination Findings - Detailed Clinical Model Specification v1.2
|NEHTA-2212:2015||Physical Examination Findings - Detailed Clinical Model Specification v1.1||18-12-2015|
|NEHTA-1415:2013||Detailed Clinical Model Library - Physical Examination Findings DCM Specification v1.0||04-09-2013|
This specification forms part of a suite of data specifications that provide a shared basis for data interpretation. Detailed clinical models are specified as business and technical definitions of data that systems may need to share or persist.
This detailed clinical model specification supports the sharing and persistence of physical examination findings such as descriptions of clinical findings observed during physical examination of a subject of care or observations of physical changes by a non-clinician or carer.
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