Using workflow to track comments

So there’s a requirement that’s come out of the UK profiling work (among others) to be able to gather comments about logical models as part of getting feedback – particularly from Clinicians.

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Orders in FHIR

One of the streams at the next FHIR Connectathon is Lab Order Services – a track designed to exercise the workflow components of FHIR. Up until now, most of the focus of the team has been on developing the base resources and supporting infrastructure, so now that that’s in a good shape, one of the next focuses will be workflow. There’s a lot of thinking going on right now –  there’s a specific workflow project looking at this, and Keith blogged about it quite recently so the current way in which FHIR manages workflow is very likely to change significantly – probably as part of the 2.1 version scheduled to be released towards the end of next year.

I was asked if we could use clinFHIR as a client for exercising workflow at the Connectathon, so have spent a bit of time just recently thinking about how we could do that.

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