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DD ENV 12018:1998

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Identification, administrative, and common clinical data structure for intermittently connected devices used in healthcare (including machine readable cards)

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

24-04-2012

Language(s)

English

Published date

15-03-1998

National Foreword
Contents
Introduction
1. Scope
2. Normative references
3. Definitions
4. Abbreviations
5. Basic data object model for an ICD
    5.1 Object structure
    5.2 Linking
6. Basic data objects for referencing
    6.1 Overview
    6.2 Generally useful types used for implicit
         definitions
         6.2.1 Person name related data objects
                6.2.1.1 The "Full Name" data object
                6.2.1.2 The "Title" data object
                6.2.1.3 The "Surname Prefix" data object
                6.2.1.4 The "Surnames" data object
                6.2.1.5 The "Surname" data object
                6.2.1.6 The "Forenames" data object
                6.2.1.7 The "Forename" data object
                6.2.1.8 The "Name Element" data object
         6.2.2 Address and telecommunication related data
                objects
                6.2.2.1 The "Postal Address" data object
                6.2.2.2 The "Post Code" data object
                6.2.2.3 The "Country" data object
                6.2.2.4 The "Date" data objects
                6.2.2.5 The "Place" data object
                6.2.2.6 The "Telecommunication" data
                         object
                6.2.2.7 The "Telephone Numbers" data
                         object
                6.2.2.8 The "X400" and "Other Network
                         Addresses" data objects
                6.2.2.9 The "Money" data object
    6.3 Basic data objects
         6.3.1 Record persons
                6.3.1.1 The "Record Persons" data object
                6.3.1.2 The "Record Person" data object
                6.3.1.3 The "Major Record Identifier"
                         data object
                6.3.1.4 The "Alternative Record
                         Identifiers" data object
                6.3.1.5 The "Record Identification
                         Verification" data object
         6.3.2 The "Device Specific Data" object
                6.3.2.1 The "Device Type" data object
                6.3.2.2 The "Device Class" data object
                6.3.2.3 The "Device Standard" data object
                6.3.2.4 The "Device Specifications" data
                         object
                6.3.2.5 The "Device Applications" data
                         object
                6.3.2.6 The "Device Specific Directory"
                         data object
                6.3.2.7 The "Device Identification" data
                         object
         6.3.3 Objects linking sites and persons
                6.3.3.1 The "Healthcare Sites" data object
                6.3.3.2 The "Healthcare Persons" data
                         object
                6.3.3.3 Linking of sites and healthcare
                         persons: the "Site Mix Table" data
                         object
         6.3.4 Coded data
                6.3.4.1 The "CodingSchemesUsed" data
                         object
                6.3.4.2 The "CodedData" data object
         6.3.5 Attributes
                6.3.5.1 Accessory attributes
                6.3.5.2 Device and data security
                         attributes
    6.4 Link associations between objects
         6.4.1 The "RecordPersonPointer" data object
         6.4.2 The "ReferencePointer" and "ReferenceTag"
                data objects
         6.4.3 The "Linkages" data object
    6.5 Data from ICDs held by healthcare persons
7. Basic identification and administration data
    7.1 The "Variable Identification Data" object
         7.1.1 The "Address" data object
         7.1.2 The "Record Person Telecom" data object
         7.1.3 The "Preferred Languages" data object
         7.1.4 The "Maiden Name" data object
         7.1.5 The "Previous Surnames" data object
         7.1.6 The "Other Names" data object
    7.2 The "Record Person Post Code" data object
    7.3 The "Record Person Country" data object
    7.4 The "Contact Persons" data object
    7.5 The "Record Person Visiting Instructions" data
         object
    7.6 The "Payment Provisions" data object
    7.7 The "Patient Payments" object
    7.8 The "Other Coded Administrative Data" object
8. Clinical data
    8.1 The "Clinical Coded Data" object
    8.2 The "Parameter" data objects
         8.2.1 The "Medication Note" parameter object
         8.2.2 The "Medication Prescription" parameter
                object
         8.2.3 The "Medication Administered" parameter
                object
         8.2.4 The "Medication Dispensed" parameter object
         8.2.5 The "Drug Sensitivity" parameter object
         8.2.6 The "Laboratory Test Results" parameter
                object
         8.2.7 The "Digital Binary Data" parameter object
         8.2.8 The "Request" parameter object
         8.2.9 The "Diagnosis" parameter object
         8.2.10 The "Procedures" parameter object
    8.3 The limited emergency data set
9. Specific ICDs security services related data objects
    9.1 Patient devices security related data
    9.2 Healthcare persons devices security related data
         9.2.1 Healthcare persons access keys: the
                "PatientICDAccessData" data object
         9.2.2 Healthcare persons authentication key:
                the "IdAuthenticateData" data object
         9.2.3 Healthcare persons signature key: the
                "HCPSignFuncData" data object
         9.2.4 Healthcare persons authentication and
                signature public keys and certificate
         9.2.5 Object related security reference data
    9.3 The "SecurityAttributes" data object
Annex A (informative) General points about ASN.1 data
representation
A.1 ASN.1 definitions
A.2 ASN.1 syntax
A.3 The Tag-Length-Value format
A.4 The use of tags
A.5 Examples of using the Basic Encoding Rules for use
     with ASN.1 for objects in this standard
Annex B (normative) ASN.1 representation of data objects
in this European Prestandard
B.1 Basic Data Objects for Referencing
B.1.1 Person Name related data objects
B.1.2 Address and Telecommunication related data objects
B.1.3 The "Money" data object
B.2 Basic Data Objects
B.2.1 The "Record Persons" data object
B.2.2 The "Major Record Identifier" data object
B.2.3 The "Alternative Record Identifiers" data object
B.2.4 The "Record Identification Verification" data object
B.3 The "Device Specific Data" object
B.3.1 The "Device Data" object
B.3.2 The "Device Type" Data object
B.3.3 The "Device Applications" data object
B.3.4 The "Device Specific Directory" data object
B.3.5 The "Device Identification" data object
B.4 The "Healthcare Sites" data object
B.5 The "Healthcare Persons" data object
B.6 Linking of sites and healthcare persons: the "Site
       Mix Table" data object
B.7 Coded data and coding schemes
B.7.1 The "Coding Schemes Used" data object
B.7.2 The "Coded Data" data object
B.8 The "Accessory Attributes" data object
B.9 Link associations between objects
B.9.1 The "Record Person Pointer" data object
B.9.2 The "Reference Pointer" and " Reference Tag" data
       objects
B.9.3 The "Linkages" data object
B.10 Data from ICDs held by healthcare persons
B.11 Basic ID & Administration Data
B.11.1 The "Address" data object
B.11.2 The "Record Person Telecom" data object
B.11.3 The "Preferred Languages" data object
B.11.4 The "Maiden Name" data object
B.11.5 The "Previous Surnames" data object
B.11.6 The "Other Names" data object
B.12 The "Record Person Post Code" data object
B.13 The "Record Person Country" data object
B.14 The "Contact Persons" data object
B.15 The "Record Person Visiting Instructions" data
       object
B.16 The "Payment Provisions" data object
B.17 The "Patient Payments" data object
B.18 The "Other Coded Administrative Data" object
B.19 The "Clinical Coded Data" object
B.20 The "Parameter" data objects
B.20.1 The "Medication Note" parameter object
Annex C (informative) The hierarchy of data objects
Annex D (normative) Application specific data object tags
and their values
Annex E (informative) Devices that may function as
Intermittently Connected Devices
Annex F (informative) Data Dictionary
Annex G (informative) EDIFACT representation of a sample
of data objects

Specifies a common framework for the content and the structure of identification, administrative and common clinical data. Applicable exclusively to situations in which such data are recorded on or transported by Intermittently Connected Devices (ICDs) which are meant for healthcare use. Defines the basic structure of the data, but not specifically particular datasets for storage on devices.

Committee
IST/35
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
96
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Withdrawn

Standards Relationship
ENV 12018 : DRAFT 1997 Identical

ISO 6523:1984 Data interchange — Structures for the identification of organizations
ISO/IEC 8859-1:1998 Information technology 8-bit single-byte coded graphic character sets Part 1: Latin alphabet No. 1
ISO 639:1988 Code for the representation of names of languages
ISO/IEC 8824:1990 Information technology — Open Systems Interconnection — Specification of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO/IEC 9594-8:2017 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection The Directory Part 8: Public-key and attribute certificate frameworks
ISO 7498-2:1989 Information processing systems Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model Part 2: Security Architecture
ISO 6093:1985 Information processing Representation of numerical values in character strings for information interchange
ISO/IEC 8825:1990 Information technology — Open Systems Interconnection — Specification of Basic Encoding Rules for Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO 4217:2015 Codes for the representation of currencies
EN 1387:1996 Machine readable cards - Health care applications - Cards: General characteristics
ISO/IEC 10181-2:1996 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Security frameworks for open systems: Authentication framework
ENV 1068 : 1993 MEDICAL INFORMATICS - HEALTHCARE INFORMATION INTERCHANGE - REGISTRATION OF CODING SCHEMES
EN 27816-3:1992/A2:1995 IDENTIFICATION CARDS - INTEGRATED CIRCUIT(S) CARDS WITH CONTACTS - PART 3: ELECTRONIC SIGNALS AND TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS
EN 23166:1993/AC:1994 CODES FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF NAMES OF COUNTRIES
EN 28601 : 1992 DATA ELEMENTS AND INTERCHANGE FORMATS - INFORMATION INTERCHANGE - REPRESENTATION OF DATES AND TIMES
ISO/IEC 5218:2004 Information technology Codes for the representation of human sexes
ISO/IEC 9798-1:2010 Information technology Security techniques Entity authentication Part 1: General

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