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Establishing Minimum Datasets
The SanteDB team has provided a template which lists all the data elements captured in SanteDB for Patients, Places, Organizations, and Persons.
SanteMPI Minimum Dataset Worksheet.xlsx
To complete this worksheet:
- 1.Review the readme for the meaning of each column and type of data which should be present.
- 2.For each data element in the provided SanteDB information model, review:
- 1.The commonality of the data element in your context (how often is it captured? is it useful information to be captured? If asked, would a patient know the information? etc.)
- 2.Relevant legislation in the context (is it illegal to capture? if not are there any protections which need to be in place?)
- 3.The sensitivity of the information (if we ask patients for this information will they lie? will they offer the information?)
- 4.Mapping to local semantics (is the data known as a different name? is there a mapping of semantics?). For example, many implementing jurisdictions may need to map the address hierarchy to match their country context, or some countries may not use family names, etc.
- 3.Document the context specific use of each field.
Once complete, the information on this worksheet will make its way into formal specifications (such as IHE ITI TF Volume 4 content, FHIR implementation guides, etc.). This process is not covered on the community wiki.
The SanteDB team has provided a completed worksheet which illustrates the minimum dataset and mappings for Demoland. Changes from the template are highlighted in green.
SanteMPI Minimum Dataset Worksheet - Demoland.xlsx