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DetectedIssue

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Introduction

The DetectedIssue resource, shown in the profile NLLDetectedIssue, is a contained resource that can exist within a MedicationRequest, MedicationDispense or OperationOutcome. A DetectedIssue holds information about issues found by the Automatic Format and Constitution Control (AFF).

AFF controls consist of a number of different validations, each of which checks the contents of a prescription or dispense in a dispatch. The purpose of the AFF controls is to ensure the quality of the prescriptions saved in the National Medicines List, and to ensure, as far as possible, that statutory requirements for dispatches are met. An AFF control is included in one or more control sets and each AFF control has a unique error code and an error message.

Overview

nllDispatchRowNoS I0..1Extension(decimal)
identifierΣ0..*Identifier
statusS Σ ?!1..1codeBinding
systemS Σ0..1uri
versionS Σ0..1string
codeS Σ1..1code
displayS Σ0..1string
userSelectedΣ0..1boolean
textΣ0..1string
severityS Σ0..1codeBinding
patientΣ I0..1Reference(Patient)
identifiedDateTimedateTime
authorΣ I0..1Reference(Practitioner | PractitionerRole | Device)
implicatedΣ I0..*Reference(Resource)
code0..*CodeableConcept
detailI0..*Reference(Resource)
detail0..1string
reference0..1uri
action1..1CodeableConceptBinding
date0..1dateTime
authorI0..1Reference(Practitioner | PractitionerRole)

Contained resources

References to this resource are based on a contained resource when TODO.

Case Resources
AFF warnings when creating MedicationRequest,
OperationOutcome
AFF errors when creating OperationOutcome
AFF issues when dispense (request) MedicationDispense
AFF issues when dispense (response) OperationOutcome

For more information about references and contained resources see Resources - References.

Details

Description of all elements can be found here, Element descriptions.

Mapping of FHIR element names to the National Medication List names can be found here, Element language mappings.

Supported operations

HTTP methods

Operation Supported Comment
Search (GET, POST) no
Insert (POST) no
Update (PUT) no
Delete (DEL) no
Operation (GET, POST) no

It is not possible to interact with this resource.

Query operations

There are no queries available for this resource.