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In some cases, an implementer may need to add additional information about each member of a subsetThis information may be additional textual information or additional coded values.

Annotating each member of a subset with additional information can facilitate the processing of subset members and assist in meeting the functional requirements of a system.

Table 3.1.4-1: Requirements for a set of components annotated with additional information

Requirement Description Example Use Reference Set

A set of components with free text annotations

A set of concepts, descriptions or relationships each annotated with a free text note

Displaying a textual note  for each concept in a list. For example, displaying an advisory note on how to request a particular procedure. Annotation reference set
A set of components with coded annotations

 

A set of concepts, descriptions or relationships each annotated with a reference to another component

Marking each concept with a specific coded value to support automated processing of a list. For example, marking each inactive concept with a code that indicates the reason they were inactivated

Attribute value reference set

 

Specifying whether descriptions are preferred or acceptable in a given dialect, care setting or clinical context. Language reference set

For more detailed use case examples, please refer to the following sections:

 


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