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HL7 Data Types

HL7 data types define the kind of data included in a field used in the HL7 message structure. Examples include a string, text, timestamp, address, or coded element.

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RIM-Reference Information Model

The HL7 Reference Information Model (RIM) represents a static model of healthcare workflows as viewed by the HL7 standards development group.

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Minimum Layer Protocol – MLP

MLP is how an application should wrap an HL7 message to ensure HL7 compliant applications know where a message starts and stops, and where the next message begins.

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HL7 NTE Segment

The HL7 NTE segment is used for sending notes and comments in a message. NTE segments often follow OBX segments to provide additional information.

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HL7 IN1 Segment

The HL7 IN1 segment contains insurance policy coverage information necessary to produce properly pro‑rated and patient and insurance bills.

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HL7 NK1 Segment

NK1 segments contains information about the patient’s other related parties, and any associated parties. The NK1 attribute fields are as follows:

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FHIR Resources

FHIR Resources are the data packages used to send or receive data from a FHIR repository. With the STU-3 release 3 of FHIR, there are 92 resources defined.

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HL7 FHIR Manifesto

Although HL7 International does not have an official FHIR manifesto, the original architects of the FHIR standard created one to guide the early efforts of the standard’s development.

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HL7 FHIR Extensions

The HL7 FHIR standard makes use of extensions to keep the standard simple. An extension allows for the inclusion of data that does not fit into the standard’s defined data elements.

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