DECOR Information for Project: Consolidated CDA 1.1 (ccda-)

Project Information

Consolidated CDA (C-CDA) 1.1

This is a library of CDA templates, incorporating and harmonizing previous efforts from Health Level Seven (HL7), Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE), and Health Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP). It represents harmonization of the HL7 Health Story guides, HITSP C32, related components of IHE Patient Care Coordination (IHE PCC), and Continuity of Care (CCD), and it includes all required CDA templates in Final Rules for Stage 1 Meaningful Use and 45 CFR Part 170 – Health Information Technology: Initial Set of Standards, Implementation Specifications, and Certification Criteria for Electronic Health Record Technology; Final Rule.
The library is a single source for implementing the following CDA documents (see the References section of the corresponsing implementation guide for complete source listings):
The release 1.1 documents supersede existing release 1 publications. Procedure Note and DIR are designated as release 1 because this guide is the first US Realm release of these standards. The existing, separate Procedure Note and DIR universal-realm guides are still valid for outside the US.

Conversion from Lantana's Trifolia Workbench

This DECOR project is part of the HL7 Templates Work Group project for finding a generic template exchange format for various template creation suites such as the Trifolia Workbench.
Please note that parts of the Trifolia Workbench maybe copyrighted by Lantana Consulting Group (see http://www.lantanagroup.com)

Status

Please note that all definitions here are IN REVIEW STATUS. The "source of truth" is the C-CDA specification 1.1 from HL7 International.

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Additional project information

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Artifact Prefix Reference URI
ccda- http://ccda.art-decor.org/
Default language Template Element Namespace
en-US cda:
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List of Authors
  • dr Kai U. Heitmann

Version Info

Date By Description
2015‑07‑27 18:24:55 dr Kai U. Heitmann Official Release: Release 1.1 2015.1
Minor fixes:
  • Set PolicyActivity Template 2.16.840.1.113883.10.20.22.4.61 to open (closed would never work due to incomplete definitions)
  • Fixed a typo in Xpath expression in a schematron assert
2015‑07‑26 20:52:00 Alexander Henket Minor fixes:
  • Add missing building block repository reference ad2bbr-, and added value set reference that caused value set ResponsibleParty to be unresolvable.
  • Add missing value set Medication Product Form (2.16.840.1.113883.3.88.12.3221.8.11)
  • Replaced context path cda:ClinicalDocument with // to indicate that the document might be wrapped by something else. The cda:ClinicalDocument path was actually causing a duplicate path indicator as the root element was also ClinicalDocument.
2013‑11‑25 dr Kai U. Heitmann Conversion of final C-CDA release 1.1 as of 31-01-2013
2012‑06‑20 dr Kai U. Heitmann Corrections due to DECOR
2012‑06‑07 dr Kai U. Heitmann Transformation updated, more trifolia rules taken over
2012‑06‑01 dr Kai U. Heitmann Initial release, direct transcript from XML extract from Trifolia database

Data sets, codes, OIDs and Rules: this information is used for rendering and validation purposes.