Medication (PS-CA)


This version of the PS-CA Implementation Guide has been superseded by a newer version. A full list of versions & releases of the PS-CA Implementation Guide may be found at Guides.


Additional information on this profile (including the JSON & XML structure and detailed element descriptions) can be found at Medication (PS-CA)

Profile

identifierΣ0..*Identifier
atcClassΣ0..1CodeableConceptBinding
codeSCTΣ0..1CodeableConceptBinding
codeCCDDΣ0..1CodeableConceptBinding
statusΣ ?!0..1codeBinding
manufacturerΣ I0..1Reference(Organization)
formSCTCAΣ0..1Data Type: Coding (PS-CA)Binding
textS Σ0..1string
amountΣ I0..1Ratio
itemReferenceReference(Substance | Medication)
ingredientSCTCAΣ0..1CodingBinding
textΣ0..1string
isActive0..1boolean
strengthI0..1Data Type: Ratio (PS-CA)
lotNumber0..1string
expirationDate0..1dateTime

Extensions

None.

Note: An earlier revision of this implementation guide included medication-strength.

Key Differences between the IPS-UV and PS-CA

Must Support Differences:

The following elements are considered "must support" in the IPS-UV specification that are relaxed in this version of the PS-CA profile:

  • Medication

  • Medication.ingredient

    Note: Systems that support these elements are encouraged to send them in patient summaries

Cardinality Differences:

There are no cardinality differences between this profile and IPS-UV

Vocabulary Differences:

  • Medication.code: optional slice added for Canadian Clinical Drug Data Set (CCDD) codes
  • Medication.form: optional slice added for SNOMED CT Canadian edition dose forms
  • Medication.ingredient.itemCodeableConcept.coding: optional slice added for SNOMED CT Canadian edition drug active substances

Other differences between the IPS and PS-CA Include:

  • Medication.code:
    • IPS datatype profile replaced with PS-CA datatype profile;
    • Canadian vocabulary examples added
  • Medication.form:
    • IPS datatype profile replaced with PS-CA datatype profile
  • Medication.ingredient.strength:
    • IPS datatype profile replaced with PS-CA datatype profile