Standard Health Record FHIR Implementation Guide

CodeSystems defined as part of this Implementation Guide:

Code Systems

SHR Namespace Name Definition
Actor LanguageQualifierCS
Assessment EvidenceQualityCS
Base GenericAnswersCS
Base MissingValueReasonCS Reasons that a value associated with a test or other observation is missing.
Behavior AlcoholUseScreeningToolCS
Behavior DietNutritionConcernCS
Behavior PhysicalActivityLimitationCS
Behavior ReligiousPracticeStatusCS
Behavior ReligiousRestrictionCS Includes religious restrictions that could impact care, other than dietary restrictions (handled elsewhere).
Behavior SleepQualityReasonCS
Behavior SpecialDietFollowedCS
Behavior SubstanceAbuseTreatmentTypeCS
Condition ConditionCategoryCS
Core CodingQualifierCS
Core PerformanceGradingScaleCS A simple performance grading scale. Also useful for grading quality.
Core QualitativeDateTimeCS
Core QualitativeFrequencyCS
Core QualitativeLikelihoodCS The likelihood of an event or state, expressed qualitatively. Qualitative likelihoods are associated with judgments and assessments. Values are based on US Intelligence Community's standard language used to describe judgements of likelihood.
Core QualitativeValueScaleCS
Core SemiquantitativeDurationCS
Core SemiquantitativeFrequencyCS
Core SettingCS What type of place is found at a given location. More than one descriptor may be applicable.
Core ThreePriorityCS
Core ThreeValueLogicCS
Demographics AddressUseCS How an address is used by the subject, for example, as a dwelling or as a mailing address.
Demographics InsuranceProviderTypeCS
Demographics TelecomQualifierCS
Demographics TelephoneTypeCS
Device RespiratoryAssistDeviceCS
Device RespiratoryRateSettingCS
Encounter EncounterTypeCS
Encounter EpisodeOfCareCompletionCS
Encounter ReasonEncounterDidNotHappenCS
Encounter ReferralSourceTypeCS
Encounter TreatmentCooperationCS
Environment AnimalExposureCS
Environment CoinhabitantCS
Environment HomeEnvironmentRiskCS
Environment IncomeSourceCS
Environment NonCashBenefitCS
Environment ResourceStabilityCS
Lifehistory EducationalAttainmentCS
Lifehistory EmploymentStatusCS
Lifehistory MilitaryServiceDischargeStatusCS
Lifehistory MilitaryServiceEraCS Values were taken from Final HMIS Data Standards March 2010 (Homeless Management Information System), field 5.05E Veteran’s Information. See:
Lifehistory MilitaryStatusCS
Lifehistory TeratogenCS
Lifehistory USMilitaryBranchCS
Medication MedicationChangeReasonCS
Medication MedicationChangeTypeCS
Medication ReasonMedicationNotUsedCS
Observation ExposureReasonCS The reason that an exposure occurred.
Observation ObservationNotMadeReasonCS An explanation of why the observation was not made (or ordered), i.e., why test was not ordered, or why a question was not asked. Since an observation is really a type of procedure, reasons that an observation was not carried out are similar to reasons any procedure might not be carried out.
Oncology DegreeOfLymphaticInvolvementCS
Oncology HER2MethodCS
Oncology StagingTimeCS When staging was done, relative to treatment events.
Sex ContraceptiveMethodCS
Sex ContraceptiveMethodReasonCS
Sex ContraceptiveNotUsedReasonCS
Sex GenderIdentityCS
Skin PressureUlcerAssociationCS
Skin SupportSurfaceBodyPositionCS
Skin SupportSurfaceCategoryCS
Skin SupportSurfaceComponentCS
Skin SupportSurfaceFeatureCS
Vital BloodPressureMethodCS The method used to measure blood pressure.
Vital BloodPressureQualifierCS Code further describing the blood pressure measurement.
Vital BodyHeightQualifierCS
Vital BodyTemperatureQualifierCS
Vital BodyWeightQualifierCS
Vital HeartRateMethodCS Method of measuring heart rate.
Vital HeartRateQualifierCS Details of a heart rate measurement.
Vital RespiratoryRateMethodCS Methods of measuring respiratory rate.
Vital RespiratoryRateQualifierCS Details of a respiratory rate measurement.