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QUESTION 1

The HL7 V3 standard guarantees semantic interoperability.

True

False

1 points

QUESTION 2

A discharge summary can be represented in HL7 V3 by an Act with a moodCode equal to:

a.

EVN

b.

RQO

c.

PRMS

d.

PRP

e.

DEF

1 points

QUESTION 3

The ____ class is central to the RIM.

a.

Act

b.

Entity

c.

Role

d.

Role Link

e.

Participation

f.

Act Relationship

1 points

QUESTION 4

Attending Physician is an example of a _____ class.

a.

Act

b.

Entity

c.

Role

d.

Role Link

e.

Participation

f.

Act Relationship

1 points

QUESTION 5

The Act class may contain more attributes than a specialized Act class.

True

False

1 points

QUESTION 6

A physician order for a colonoscopy will be represented in HL7 V3 by an Act with the moodCode

equal to ____.

a.

RQO

b.

completed

c.

PRMS

d.

PRP

e.

DEF

f.

EVN

1 points

QUESTION 7

People, places and things are examples of Entities.

True

False

1 points

QUESTION 8

The information conveyed in the RIM include (select all that apply):

a.

Class names

b.

Relationships between classes

c.

Attributes

d.

Valid values for each attribute



e.

Data types

f.

All of the above

g.

None of the above

1 points

QUESTION 9

The HL7 V3 messaging standard is backwards compatible with the HL7 V2 messaging standard.

True

False

1 points

QUESTION 10

The CDA is an example of a (select all that apply):

a.

HL7 V3 D-MIM

b.

HL7 V3 messaging standard

c.

HL7 V3 document standard

d.

All of the above

e.

None of the above

1 points

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MHI-694 Topics in Health

 

Informatics

 

Unit 6: Introduction to HL7 V3

 

Sue Anderson-Lenz, M.S. HIM Agenda

 

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? Why HL7 V3?

 

Compare/contrast HL7 V2 and V3 Messaging

 

Introduction to HL7 V3 Reference Information Model (RIM)

 

Understanding the RIM foundational classes

 

moodCode versus statusCode

 

Refining the RIM Comparing HL7 V2 and V3

 

HL7 V2 HL7 V3 Development Model Ad hoc, ground up Formal object-oriented

 

design methodology Controlled Vocabulary

 

Use Limited use Emphasizes use of

 

controlled vocabularies Encoding and

 

Transports Standards do not

 

address Included in the

 

specification (e.g., XML) Optionality Supports localization

 

through Z segments

 

and no requirements for

 

receiving application

 

behavior Focus on reduced

 

ambiguity and increased

 

semantic interoperability Family of Artifacts

 

Included in the

 

Standard Messaging Messages

 

Documents

 

Rules

 

Templates What?s the Downside to HL7 V3?

 

Version 2.3.1 Sample Message (87 characters of data):

 

MSH|^~\&|LAB^North^Side|767543|ADT|767543|19900314130405||ACK^|XX3657|P|2.3.1<cr>

 

MSA|AA|ZZ9380 HL7 Version 3 (477 characters of data):

 

<ACK>

 

<MSH>

 

<MSH.1>|</MSH.1>

 

<MSH.2>^~\&</MSH.2>

 

<MSH.3>

 

<HD.1>LAB</HD.1>

 

<HD.2>North</HD.2>

 

<HD.3>Side</HD.3>

 

</MSH.3>

 

<MSH.4>

 

<HD.1>767543</HD.1>

 

</MSH.4>

 

<MSH.5>

 

<HD.1>ADT</HD.1>

 

</MSH.5>

 

<MSH.6>

 

<HD.1>767543</HD.1>

 

</MSH.6>

 

<MSH.7>19900314130405</MSH.7> V3 Message (continued): <MSH.9>

 

<CM_MSG_TYPE.1>ACK</CM_MSG_TYPE.1>

 

</MSH.9>

 

<MSH.10>XX3657</MSH.10>

 

<MSH.11><PT.1>P</PT.1></MSH.11>

 

<MSH.12>

 

<VID.1>2.3.1</VID.1>

 

</MSH.12>

 

</MSH>

 

<MSA>

 

<MSA.1>AA</MSA.1>

 

<MSA.2>ZZ9380</MSA.2>

 

</MSA>

 

</ACK> Reference Information Model (RIM)

 

The Act class is central to the RIM

 

Everything revolves around an Act Reading the RIM:

 

Class Names and Attributes

 

Class name Attributes Data Type Reading the RIM:

 

Specializations (Is-A Associations) Attributes of

 

the Act class Denotes Specialization

 

Attributes specific to

 

the Procedure class Attributes specific to

 

the Observation class RIM Foundation Classes Act: Something that is being done, has been done, can be done, or

 

is intended or requested to be done

 

Entity: The ?thing? that participates in the Act

 

Role: The role that each Entity plays Act statusCode moodCode M moodCode and statusCode are not the same!

 

moodCode Values: Role Entity Refining the RIM R-MIM Example Summary

 

In this unit, we learned why V3 was created and explored key

 

differences between HL7 V2 and V3. We also examined the RIM -the basis for every HL7 V3 product -- and learned that iterative

 

refinements to the RIM are needed to ?get down? to the details that

 

an HL7 V3 developer needs to construct a message or document.

 

Subsequent units will show how to navigate the HL7 V3 standard

 

and do a deeper dive into one of the most popular HL7 V3 products:

 

the HL7 V3 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA). References

 

Beeler, G. W. (2011). Introduction to: HL7 reference information model (RIM) ANSI/HL7 RIM R3-2010 and ISO

 

21731. Retrieved from https://www.hl7.org/documentcenter/public_temp_2E78612A-1C23-BA170C75B890A5BE37DB/calendarofevents/himss/2011/HL7%20Reference%20Information%20Model.pdf

 

Beeler, W. & Hamm, R. (2005, October 26). HL7 vocabularies: bridging information models and vocabulary in HL7.

 

Retrieved from http://corba.com/news/meetings/workshops/HC_2005_Proceedings/06-1T_Hamm-Beeler.pdf

 

Benson, T. (2010). Principles of health interoperability: HL7 and SNOMED (1st ed., pp. 55-73). London: Springer.

 

Corepoint Health. (2009). The HL7 evolution: comparing HL7 version 2 to version 3, including a history of version 2.

 

Retrieved from https://corepointhealth.com/wp-content/uploads/hl7-history-v2-v3.pdf

 

HL7 International. (n.d.). HL7 reference information model. Retrieved from

 

http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/rim.cfm References (continued)

 

Murphy, R. (2014). Understanding data transfer between disparate systems. Retrieved from

 

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwjK89nXLjQAhUk3IMKHX0TCMsQFggbMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fdocs.iatric.com%2Fhs-fs%2Fhub

 

%2F395219%2Ffile-2836156568-pdf%2FMUSE%2FMUSE2014Understanding-Data-Transfer-BetweenDisparate-Systems.pdf%3Ft

 

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