Standard Health Record FHIR Implementation Guide

SHR CodingQualifierVS ValueSet

SHR CodingQualifierVS ValueSet

Defining URL:http://standardhealthrecord.org/shr/core/vs/CodingQualifierVS
Name:SHR CodingQualifierVS ValueSet
Definition:
Publisher:The MITRE Corporation: Standard Health Record Collaborative
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This value set contains 7 concepts

Expansion based on http://standardhealthrecord.org/shr/core/cs/CodingQualifierCS version 0.0.1

All codes from system http://standardhealthrecord.org/shr/core/cs/CodingQualifierCS

CodeDisplayDefinition
preferred_codeThe preferred, standardized code for interoperability purposes. There should be only one coding in a CodeableConcept with this tag.The preferred, standardized code for interoperability purposes. There should be only one coding in a CodeableConcept with this tag.
source_codeThe code found in the information source for this entry, e.g., the raw, original, or first encoding.The code found in the information source for this entry, e.g., the raw, original, or first encoding.
user_selected_codeThe code was directly selected by the user, as opposed to being determined after the fact via interpretation of notes or natural language processing.The code was directly selected by the user, as opposed to being determined after the fact via interpretation of notes or natural language processing.
derived_codeThe code was determined after-the-fact from source data, either through translation, or via interpretation of free text (by human or machine).The code was determined after-the-fact from source data, either through translation, or via interpretation of free text (by human or machine).
category_codeIndicates the code is a less specific term or a categorization of the source or standard code, i.e., a hypernym. For example, a code for 'vital sign' in the context of a body weight measurement would be a category code. Category codes can be useful for search and query purposes.Indicates the code is a less specific term or a categorization of the source or standard code, i.e., a hypernym. For example, a code for 'vital sign' in the context of a body weight measurement would be a category code. Category codes can be useful for search and query purposes.
coded_expressionThe code is an expression in an expression language defined by the CodeSystemThe code is an expression in an expression language defined by the CodeSystem
default_codeThe code was supplied by the system by default, because no specific coded value was available.The code was supplied by the system by default, because no specific coded value was available.

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This value set is used by the following profiles and extensions:

This value set is not used