: Public Class
Created: 10/20/2016 1:51:41 PM
Modified: 8/26/2017 2:00:38 AM
DEFINITION:<br/>A complex identifier datatype that provides more information, including a type code, about an identifier than the instance identifier (II) datatype. <br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/>The use of this new datatype is an extension of the HL7 ADT R2 specification currently used in BRIDG. This extension allows the identifier attribute to reside in the "source" class instead of an additional class created to allow for additional identifier information such as type code, which is a common requirement. This approach simplifies the model by reducing the number of classes and relationships.<br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>
Public II
Notes: DEFINITION:<br/>A unique symbol that establishes identity of an entity, role, action, or other object.<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/>12345 is the identifier for a substance administration.<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/>
Public CD
Notes: DEFINITION:<br/>A coded value specifying the kind of identifier.<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/>NCBI identifier. system identifier, medical record number, national taxpayer identifier, US National Cancer Institute protocol identifier, Mayo Clinic protocol identifier, Ensembl database identifier (for human genes), UniProt Knowledgebase identifier (for proteins), GenBank (for transcript identifiers), US National Cancer Institute Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP) identifier (for healthcare facilities participating in the program)<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/>The purpose of this attribute is to distinguish different kinds of identifiers that can be assigned to the same object, e.g., the same person could have both an medical record number and a national taxpayer id.<br/><br/><br/>
Public BL
Notes: DEFINITION:<br/>Specifies whether this is the main or principal identifier.<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/><br/>
Public II
Notes: DEFINITION:<br/>A unique symbol that establishes identity of a specific source that assigns or issues identifiers.<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/>2.16.840.1.113883.3.184 (Identifier for United States Social Security Administration)<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>----------<br/>Definition: This attribute provides a means to specify which particular instance of a system issued the value in the identifier attribute. It should be used alongside the sourceCode attribute which will specify the type of system (rather than the instance). The attribute uses the II datatype which gives it a root and an extension. <b>This attribute may NOT be used to assess equality of two attributes and its value may be changed as required.</b><br/>The attribute has a data type of II, in most contexts only the extension value will be required, but there may be occasions where the root should also be given a value. This should be drawn from the OID catalogue as usual.<br/>
Public CD
Notes: DEFINITION:<br/>A coded value specifying the kind of originator of the identifier.<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/>study registry (that assigns document identifiers), <br/><br/>cancer registry (that assigns registry identifiers),<br/><br/>system of record (that assigns subject identifiers,<br/>document identifiers, organization identifiers),<br/><br/>donor registry (that assigns subject identifiers), <br/><br/>organization (that assigns or issues material identifiers,<br/>messenger RNA identifiers, document identifiers, gene identifiers, subject identifiers, biological group identifiers,<br/>pathway identifiers, protein identifiers, genetic variation identifiers, biological entity identifiers, organization identifiers)<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/><br/><br/>
Notes: DEFINITION:<br/>The date and time span for when the identifier is valid.<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>
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