HL7 Terminology
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x_ActRelationshipEntryRelationship

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v3-xActRelationshipEntryRelationship
Version:2.0.0
Name:XActRelationshipEntryRelationship
Status:Active
Title:x_ActRelationshipEntryRelationship
Definition:

Used to enumerate the relationships between two CDA entries.

OID:2.16.840.1.113883.1.11.19447 (for OID based terminology systems)
Source Resource:XML / JSON / Turtle

References

This value set is not used

Content Logical Definition

Logical Definition (CLD)

  • Include these codes as defined in http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-ActRelationshipType
    CodeDisplay
    CAUSis etiology for**Description:** An assertion that an act was the cause of another act.This is stronger and more specific than the support link. The source (cause) is typically an observation, but may be any act, while the target may be any act.

    **Examples:**

    * a growth of Staphylococcus aureus may be considered the cause of an abscess
    * contamination of the infusion bag was deemed to be the cause of the infection that the patient experienced
    * lack of staff on the shift was deemed to be a supporting factor (proximal factor) causing the patient safety incident where the patient fell out of bed because the bed-sides had not been put up which caused the night patient to fall out of bed
    COMPhas componentThe target act is a component of the source act, with no semantics regarding composition or aggregation implied.
    GEVLevaluates (goal)A goal-evaluation links an observation (intent or actual) to a goal to indicate that the observation evaluates the goal. Given the goal and the observation, a "goal distance" (e.g., goal to observation) can be "calculated" and need not be sent explicitly.
    MFSTis manifestation ofAn assertion that a new observation may be the manifestation of another existing observation or action. This assumption is attributed to the same actor who asserts the manifestation. This is stronger and more specific than an inverted support link. For example, an agitated appearance can be asserted to be the manifestation (effect) of a known hyperthyroxia. This expresses that one might not have realized a symptom if it would not be a common manifestation of a known condition. The target (cause) may be any service, while the source (manifestation) must be an observation.
    REFRrefers toA relationship in which the target act is referred to by the source act. This permits a simple reference relationship that distinguishes between the referent and the referee.
    RSONhas reason**Description:** The reason or rationale for a service. A reason link is weaker than a trigger, it only suggests that some service may be or might have been a reason for some action, but not that this reason requires/required the action to be taken. Also, as opposed to the trigger, there is no strong timely relation between the reason and the action. As well as providing various types of information about the rationale for a service, the RSON act relationship is routinely used between a SBADM act and an OBS act to describe the indication for use of a medication. Child concepts may be used to describe types of indication.

    *Discussion:* In prior releases, the code "SUGG" (suggests) was expressed as "an inversion of the reason link." That code has been retired in favor of the inversion indicator that is an attribute of ActRelationship.
    SASstarts after start ofThe source Act starts after the start of the target Act (i.e. if we say "ActOne SAS ActTwo", it means that ActOne starts after the start of ActTwo, therefore ActOne is the source and ActTwo is the target).

    *UsageNote:* Inverse code is **SBS**
    SPRThas supportUsed to indicate that an existing service is suggesting evidence for a new observation. The assumption of support is attributed to the same actor who asserts the observation. Source must be an observation, target may be any service (e.g., to indicate a status post).
    SUBJhas subjectRelates an Act to its subject Act that the first Act is primarily concerned with.

    Examples

    1. The first Act may be a ControlAct manipulating the subject Act
    2. The first act is a region of interest (ROI) that defines a region within the subject Act.
    3. The first act is a reporting or notification Act, that echos the subject Act for a specific new purpose.

    Constraints

    An Act may have multiple subject acts.

    Rationale

    The ActRelationshipType "has subject" is similar to the ParticipationType "subject", Acts that primarily operate on physical subjects use the Participation, those Acts that primarily operate on other Acts (other information) use the ActRelationship.
    XCRPTExcerptsThe source is an excerpt from the target.

 

Expansion

This value set contains 10 concepts

Expansion based on ActRelationshipType v2.0.0 (CodeSystem)

All codes from system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-ActRelationshipType

CodeDisplayDefinition
CAUSis etiology for**Description:** An assertion that an act was the cause of another act.This is stronger and more specific than the support link. The source (cause) is typically an observation, but may be any act, while the target may be any act. **Examples:** * a growth of Staphylococcus aureus may be considered the cause of an abscess * contamination of the infusion bag was deemed to be the cause of the infection that the patient experienced * lack of staff on the shift was deemed to be a supporting factor (proximal factor) causing the patient safety incident where the patient fell out of bed because the bed-sides had not been put up which caused the night patient to fall out of bed
COMPhas componentThe target act is a component of the source act, with no semantics regarding composition or aggregation implied.
GEVLevaluates (goal)A goal-evaluation links an observation (intent or actual) to a goal to indicate that the observation evaluates the goal. Given the goal and the observation, a "goal distance" (e.g., goal to observation) can be "calculated" and need not be sent explicitly.
MFSTis manifestation ofAn assertion that a new observation may be the manifestation of another existing observation or action. This assumption is attributed to the same actor who asserts the manifestation. This is stronger and more specific than an inverted support link. For example, an agitated appearance can be asserted to be the manifestation (effect) of a known hyperthyroxia. This expresses that one might not have realized a symptom if it would not be a common manifestation of a known condition. The target (cause) may be any service, while the source (manifestation) must be an observation.
REFRrefers toA relationship in which the target act is referred to by the source act. This permits a simple reference relationship that distinguishes between the referent and the referee.
RSONhas reason**Description:** The reason or rationale for a service. A reason link is weaker than a trigger, it only suggests that some service may be or might have been a reason for some action, but not that this reason requires/required the action to be taken. Also, as opposed to the trigger, there is no strong timely relation between the reason and the action. As well as providing various types of information about the rationale for a service, the RSON act relationship is routinely used between a SBADM act and an OBS act to describe the indication for use of a medication. Child concepts may be used to describe types of indication. *Discussion:* In prior releases, the code "SUGG" (suggests) was expressed as "an inversion of the reason link." That code has been retired in favor of the inversion indicator that is an attribute of ActRelationship.
SASstarts after start ofThe source Act starts after the start of the target Act (i.e. if we say "ActOne SAS ActTwo", it means that ActOne starts after the start of ActTwo, therefore ActOne is the source and ActTwo is the target). *UsageNote:* Inverse code is **SBS**
SPRThas supportUsed to indicate that an existing service is suggesting evidence for a new observation. The assumption of support is attributed to the same actor who asserts the observation. Source must be an observation, target may be any service (e.g., to indicate a status post).
SUBJhas subjectRelates an Act to its subject Act that the first Act is primarily concerned with. Examples 1. The first Act may be a ControlAct manipulating the subject Act 2. The first act is a region of interest (ROI) that defines a region within the subject Act. 3. The first act is a reporting or notification Act, that echos the subject Act for a specific new purpose. Constraints An Act may have multiple subject acts. Rationale The ActRelationshipType "has subject" is similar to the ParticipationType "subject", Acts that primarily operate on physical subjects use the Participation, those Acts that primarily operate on other Acts (other information) use the ActRelationship.
XCRPTExcerptsThe source is an excerpt from the target.

Explanation of the columns that may appear on this page:

Level A few code lists that FHIR defines are hierarchical - each code is assigned a level. In this scheme, some codes are under other codes, and imply that the code they are under also applies
Source The source of the definition of the code (when the value set draws in codes defined elsewhere)
Code The code (used as the code in the resource instance)
Display The display (used in the display element of a Coding). If there is no display, implementers should not simply display the code, but map the concept into their application
Definition An explanation of the meaning of the concept
Comments Additional notes about how to use the code

History

DateActionAuthorCustodianComment
2020-05-06reviseTed KleinVocabulary WGMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.
2014-03-26reviseVocabulary (Woody Beeler) (no record of original request)2014T1_2014-03-26_001283 (RIM release ID)Lock all vaue sets untouched since 2014-03-26 to trackingId 2014T1_2014_03_26