I know this was modeled. Just wanted to understand the rationale behind
choosing an ACTION vs an ADMIN_ENTRY, this is to help me create an exercise
for my students. And for ACTION, if the dispense should be an active of
final state, and from your message it seems I was on the right path, not
thinking this as a final state since more actions can happen after the
dispense, like the one I mentioned of the patient recording intake.
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 4:41 PM, Ian McNicoll <i...@freshehr.com> wrote:
> Hi Pablo,
> We have definitely modelled this into the ACTION.medication.v1 (Medication
> management) archetype
> Prescription dispensed
> Careflow step
> The ordered medication has been dispensed, for example from a pharmacy to
> the patient.
> It has an active state.
> Just note that this is not intended to support the internal pharmacy
> dispensing process, just a note that the pharmacy has dispensed the product.
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> On Sat, 11 Aug 2018 at 20:24, Pablo Pazos <pablo.pa...@cabolabs.com>
>> Hi Karsten,
>> On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 4:21 PM, Karsten Hilbert <karsten.hilb...@gmx.net
>> > wrote:
>>> On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 04:03:28PM -0300, Pablo Pazos wrote:
>>> > How would you map a "pharmacy drug dispense" task, where the patient
>>> > with a prescription and a clerk delivers the medication packages?
>>> > I was thinking this is clearly and ACTION, but also seems to be an
>>> > ADMIN_ENTRY, since it is just a delivery of some product.
>>> > I'm inclined to think it as an ACTION if this task alters the state of
>>> > prescription INSTRUCTION ISM. On this case, as a parallel question,
>>> I'm not
>>> > sure if the dispense ACTION should be a final "COMPLETED" state, what
>>> > happens if we want to record the patient's intake of the drug? Where
>>> > real "COMPLETED" is when the treatment is finished.
>>> That might mean that some INSTRUCTIONs never get COMPLETED
>>> until the patient dies.
>> There is a state "EXPIRED", so that is covered IMO if an expiration date
>> is recorded, or even if the whole system has preconfigured expiration dates
>> for drug treatments. This is very common, at least in the systems that I
>>> It might help to think of shifts in responsibility: who is
>>> primarily responsible for completion of a given action ?
>>> - write prescription -> doctor
>>> - hand out drug based on prescription -> pharmacist
>>> - take drug as instructed -> patient
>>> Each change of responsibility: doctor -> pharmacist ->
>>> patient might warrant a COMPLETED state.
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