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Clinical Decision Support Work Group Maturity Level : N/A Ballot Standards Status : Informative Security Category : Business Compartments : Not linked to any defined compartments
This example illustrates the use of the PlanDefinition resource to represent a Suicide Risk Assessment order set. Example List:
Example Name id Format
Low Suicide Risk Order Set low-suicide-risk-order-set XML JSON Turtle
Chlamydia Screening CDS example chlamydia-screening-intervention XML JSON Turtle
Exclusive Breastfeeding Intervention 01 exclusive-breastfeeding-intervention-01 XML JSON Turtle
Exclusive Breastfeeding Intervention 02 exclusive-breastfeeding-intervention-02 XML JSON Turtle
Exclusive Breastfeeding Intervention 03 exclusive-breastfeeding-intervention-03 XML JSON Turtle
Exclusive Breastfeeding Intervention 04 exclusive-breastfeeding-intervention-04 XML JSON Turtle
Obesity Assessment Protocol protocol-example XML JSON Turtle
Chemotherapy Regimen KDN5 XML JSON Turtle
Zika Virus Infection Management Process zika-virus-intervention XML JSON Turtle
Plan Definition Illustrating Related Actions options-example XML JSON Turtle
Plan Definition Illustrating Predecessor Relationship zika-virus-intervention-initial XML JSON Turtle
Opioid CDS Recommendation 4 ECA Rule opioidcds-04 XML JSON Turtle
Opioid CDS Recommendation 5 ECA Rule opioidcds-05 XML JSON Turtle
Opioid CDS Recommendation 7 ECA Rule opioidcds-07 XML JSON Turtle
Opioid CDS Recommendation 8 ECA Rule opioidcds-08 XML JSON Turtle
Opioid CDS Recommendation 10 ECA Rule opioidcds-10 XML JSON Turtle
Opioid CDS Recommendation 11 ECA Rule opioidcds-11 XML JSON Turtle
Chest Pain Coronary Artery Disease Order Set KNART example-cardiology-os XML JSON Turtle
 

Usage note: every effort has been made to ensure that the examples are correct and useful, but they are not a normative part of the specification.