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{{definition|A Detailed Clinical Model (DCM) is an information model of a discrete set of precise clinical knowledge which can be used in a variety of contexts. DCMs provide the data element specification and attributes, including the possible values and types of the attributes, and where possible a model and technical implementation specifications needed to convey the clinical reality in a fashion that is understandable to both clinical domain experts and modelers.
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Organizations that have begun specifying or using DCMs include HL7 International, Nictiz (NL), Parelsnoer (NL), Results 4 Care (NL), and ISO (13972).  
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{{Reference_Definition| A Detailed Clinical Model (DCM) is an information model of a discrete set of precise clinical knowledge which can be used in a variety of contexts. DCMs provide the data element specification and attributes, including the possible values and types of the attributes, and where possible a model and technical implementation specifications needed to convey the clinical reality in a fashion that is understandable to both clinical domain experts and modelers. | HL7 website }}
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{{Reference Definition|A Detailed Clinical Model (DCM) is an information model of a discrete set of precise clinical knowledge which can be used in a variety of contexts. DCMs provide the data element specification and attributes, including the possible values and types of the attributes, and where possible a model and technical implementation specifications needed to convey the clinical reality in a fashion that is understandable to both clinical domain experts and modelers.|HL7 website}}
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Revision as of 15:55, 27 November 2012


Abbreviation: DCM
Definition: A Detailed Clinical Model (DCM) is an information model of a discrete set of precise clinical knowledge which can be used in a variety of contexts.

Organizations that have begun specifying or using DCMs include HL7 International, Nictiz (NL), Parelsnoer (NL), Results 4 Care (NL), and ISO (13972).


Reference Definition: A Detailed Clinical Model (DCM) is an information model of a discrete set of precise clinical knowledge which can be used in a variety of contexts. DCMs provide the data element specification and attributes, including the possible values and types of the attributes, and where possible a model and technical implementation specifications needed to convey the clinical reality in a fashion that is understandable to both clinical domain experts and modelers. (HL7 website)
Usage Note: DCMs provide the data element specification and attributes, including the possible values and types of the attributes, and where possible a model and technical implementation specifications needed to convey the clinical reality in a fashion that is understandable to both clinical domain experts and modelers.
Category: Constraint Model
Category: Clinical Information Model
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