Australian Organ Donor Register - Structured Content Specification v1.1.1
- NEHTA-1705:2014 Australian Organ Donor Register - Structured Content Specification v1.1.1
This document describes the structured content specification for the Australian Organ Donor Register. The content within this document provides reviewers (software development teams, architects, designers, clinicians and informatics researchers) with the necessary information (or references to information held outside this document) to evaluate and assess the clinical suitability of Agency-endorsed specifications for the electronic transfer of Australian Organ Donor Registers. It is also a key input to the Australian Organ Donor Register CDA Implementation Guide, which describes how to implement Agency-compliant Australian Organ Donor Registers using the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture.
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