HL7 Terminology
1.0.0 - Publication

This page is part of the HL7 Terminology (v1.0.0: Release) based on FHIR R4. This is the current published version. For a full list of available versions, see the Directory of published versions

HL7 Terminology Maintenance Infrastructure Vocabulary

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/hl7TermMaintInfra
Name:Hl7TermMaintInfra
Title:HL7 Terminology Maintenance Infrastructure Vocabulary
Status:Active
Content:All the concepts defined by the code system are included in the code system resource
Definition:

Codes that may have been strings or other types of data in pre-existing tooling for V3 and V2 terminology maintenance, and moved to codes in this code system for proper handling in the FHIR based UTG maintenance facilities.

Publisher:Health Level 7
Content Mode:Complete
Source Resource:XML / JSON / Turtle

This Code system is referenced in the content logical definition of the following value sets:

HL7 Terminology Maintenance Infrastructure Vocabulary

Codes that may have been strings or other types of data in pre-existing tooling for V3 and V2 terminology maintenance, and moved to codes in this code system for proper handling in the FHIR based UTG maintenance facilities.

This code system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/hl7TermMaintInfra defines the following codes:

LvlCodeDisplayDefinition
1synonymCode synonymCodeNotes a different identifying concept representation (code) which is the same concept and thus considered a synonym. Used in UTG CodeSystem extension.
1preferredForLanguage Preferred For LanguageNotes a code designation which is preferred for the identified language among more than one for that language. Used in UTG CodeSystem extension.
1consumer Consumer-friendlyDesignation for use in display to non-clinicians and those not in healthcare professions as a more friendly term for coommunication.
1sponsor sponsorSponsor of the terminology object, as defined in the MIF using legacy tooling, and held in the codeSystem.header.contributor.role element.
1Publisher Publisher of the terminology objectPublisher of the terminology object, as defined in the MIF using legacy tooling, and held in the codeSystem.header.contributor.role element. Typically used only where the developer and steward is different than the organization publishing the code system.
1HL7REALM Context Binding Realm for codes HL7 v3Abstract root node for the realm codes.
2  UV Universal RealmUniversal realm or context, used in every instance
2  X1 Example RealmExample Realm
2  C1 Unclassified RealmUnclassified Realm
2  R1 Representative RealmRepresentative Realm
2  US United States of AmericaUnited States of America
1UTGLISTUSE UTG List Usage CodesAbstract root for usage codes in the List resources.
2  UTGCTGManifest UTG Control ManifestIdentifies LIst resouce used as a Manifest for control of publishing and releases in UTG.
2  UTGRELManifest UTG Release Instance ManifestIdentifies List resourrce instance used as a Manifest of a release of the HL7 Vocabulary through UTG.
1MIF Frouper code for MIF-related terminology
2  MIF-ConceptRelationshipKind Grouper code for MIF SupportedConceptRelationship.relationshipKind codes
3    Specializes The child code is a more narrow version of concept represented by the parent code. I.e. Every child concept is also a valid parent concept. Used to allow determination of subsumption. Must be transitive, irreflexive, antisymetric.
3    ComponentOf The child code is a part of the concept represented by the parent code. Used to determine allowed nesting, for example of address components. Must be transitive, irreflexive, antisymetric.
3    GroupedBy The child code is a part of a grouping represented by the parent code. Used to determine navigational hierarchy not based on a specializes or component relationship. E.g. ICD9 hierarchy. Is transitive, irreflexive and antisymetric
3    LessThan For coded ordeinal code systems, indicates that the specified code is considered less than the related code. Used to determine relationships for coded ordinals. Must be transitive, irreflexive, antisymetric.
3    DefinitionallyQualifies Identifies a code that can act as a qualifier for the referenced code, both as part of concept definition within the code system and as part of run-time concept definition to determine concepts allowed for use as qualifiers for a concept within a CD datatype. Must be non-transitive, irreflexive.
3    NonDefinitionallyQualifies Same as definitionally qualifies, but restricted to only being used at run-time. Must be non-transitive, irreflexive.
3    Generalizes Inverse of Specializes. Only included as a derived relationship
3    Component Inverse of ComponentOf. Only included as a derived relationship
3    InGroup Inverse of GroupedBy. Only included as a derived relationship
3    GreaterThan Inverse of LessThan. Only included as a derived relationship
3    DefinitionallyQualifiedBy Inverse of DefinitionallyQualifies. Only included as a derived relationship
3    NonDefinitionallyQualifiedBy Inverse of NonDefinitionallyQualifies. Only included as a derived relationship
3    Other The child code has a relationship with the parent that does not follow one of the pre-defined stereotypical patterns. Any application behavior based on the relationship must be custom-coded. Transitivity, Reflexivity and Symmetry must be asserted
2  MIF-ConceptRelationshipReflexivity Grouper code for MIF SupportedConceptRelationship.reflexivity codes
3    reflexive Relationship always holds from a code to itself
3    irreflexive Relationship never holds from a code to itself
2  MIF-ConceptRelationshipSymmetry Grouper code for MIF SupportedConceptRelationship.symmetry codes
3    symmetric Relationship always holds from target to source if it holds from source to target
3    antisymmetric Relationship never holds from target to source if it holds from source to target
2  MIF-ConceptRelationshipTransitivity Grouper code for MIF SupportedConceptRelationship.transitivity codes
3    transitive If a relationship exists from A to B and B to C, it always holds from A to C as well
3    antitransitive If a relationship exists from A to B and B to C, it never holds from A to C as well

History

DateActionCustodianAuthorComment
2020-05-06reviseVocabulary WGTed KleinMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.