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2/11/2014 8:51 AM The CDA Release 3 Specification Stack September 2009 HL7 Services-Aware Enterprise Architecture Framework (SAEAF)
Page 2 CDA R3 Requirements Topic Specification Business Viewpoint Information ViewpointComputational Viewpoint Engineering Viewpoint Conceptual Business Context, Reference Context CDA 6 (10.a) Support for A&F (5) Support for Public Health (6) Concepts from Domain Analysis (Information) Model SDA DAM (w/ CDA Refinement) Collaboration Analysis, Functional Profile(s), Service Roles and Relationships Existing Platform capabilities, essential requirements regarding compatibility (3, 6.a) R2 Compatibility (10.b) DAM Compatibility (1) Platform Independent Business Governance (1) Model Consistency (2) Committee Domain Models REALM Document Creator/Receiver Responsibilities (6.b) SDA-DMIM (2) CDA-DMIM CDA-RMIM CDA-HD Vocabulary Binding to Concept Domains Existing Extensions (6.c) Collaboration Types, Interface Specification and Functional Groups, Interaction Types and Collaboration Participations, Contracts Parts Steward/Custodian, Legal Authenticator, Subject/Patient Existing Platform models, libraries, intended transparencies of the platform. CCD Templates, DCMS, et cetera C-MET Use (9) Platform Specific Rules, Procedures Model mapping procedures Validation of Extensions (7) Schema Templates Implementation Guides Vocabulary Binding to Value Sets Collaboration scripts, Orchestrations, Realized Interfaces ? Execution Context, Transforms (backwards compatibility, human readability), Deployment Model (single schema) (3,4)
Page 3 Business Viewpoint Conceptual – Business Context, Reference Context –6 Principles of CDA (10.a) –Support for A&F (5) –Support for Public Health (5.c) Platform Independent – Business Governance –Model Consistency (2) –Support Committee Domain Models (1) –Model Mapping Procedures –REALM –Document Receiver, Document Creator Responsibilities (6.b) Platform Specific – Rules, Procedures –Validation of Extensions (7)
Page 4 Information Viewpoint Conceptual – Domain Analysis Model –SDA DAM (w/ CDA Refinement) Platform Independent – Information Models, Hierarchical Message Definition –SDA DMIM, CDA DMIM –Vocabulary Binding to Concept Domains –Existing Extensions Platform Specific – LIM, Schemas –Schema, Templates –Implementation Guides –Vocabulary Binding to Value Sets
Page 5 Computational Viewpoint Conceptual – Collaboration Analysis, Functional Profile(s), Service Roles and Relationships Platform Independent – Collaboration Types, Interface Specification and Functional Groups, Interaction Types and Collaboration Participations, Contracts Parts –Steward/Custodian –Legal Authenticator –Subject/Patient Platform Specific – Collaboration Scripts, Orchestrations, Realized Interfaces –?
Page 6 Engineering Viewpoint Conceptual – Existing Platform capabilities, essential requirements regarding compatibility –(3, 6.a) –R2 Compatibility (10.b) –DAM Compatibility (1) Platform Independent – Existing Platform models, libraries, intended transparencies of the platform. –CCD Templates, DCMS, et cetera –C-MET Use (9) Platform Specific – Execution Context, Transforms, Deployment Model –Backwards Compatibility –Human readability –single schema (3,4)
2/11/2014 8:44 AM The CDA Release 3 Specification Stack September 2009 HL7 Services-Aware Enterprise Architecture Framework (SAEAF)
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