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The key question is not what the HL7 standard says about document encoding or even what the interface engine can do with the document. Rather, the focus should be on how the PDF file will be delivered to and from the source and destination application and how the target application will display the document. The complexity of each solution varies wildly based on the vendors involved. To begin, start with the answer to this question: How will the source application provide the PDF file and how will the destination application s receive the data? The second question to answer: Once the document is received by the target application, how will that receiving application file it correctly into the patient chart? For example, if you send two PDF files one pathology report and one ED summary , how will the receiving application know onto which tab of the patient chart the document should flow?

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Definition: This data type transmits encapsulated data from a source system to a destination system. It contains the identity of the source system, the type of data, the encoding method of the data, and the data itself. This data type is similar to the RP reference pointer data type of Section 2.

Definition: A unique name that identifies the system which was the source of the data. Identical format and restrictions as in reference pointer see Section 2. Definition: Identical to "type of data" component in the reference pointer RP data type. See Section 2. Definition: Identical to "subtype" component in the reference pointer RP data type.

Refer to HL7 Table - Encoding for valid values. Definition: Displayable ASCII characters which constitute the data to be sent from source application to destination application. The characters are limited to the legal characters of the ST data type, as defined in Section 2.

If the encoding component see Section 2. If the encoding component ED. On the receiving application, the data field must be de-escaped after being parsed out of the message before being decoded. This can be expressed as "encode", "escape", "parse", "de-escape" or "decode".

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Definition: This data type transmits encapsulated data from a source system to a destination system. It contains the identity of the source system, the type of data, the encoding method of the data, and the data itself. This data type is similar to the RP reference pointer data type of Section 2. Definition: A unique name that identifies the system which was the source of the data. Identical format and restrictions as in reference pointer see Section 2. Definition: Identical to "type of data" component in the reference pointer RP data type.

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This section covers the datatypes in use in Australia. Datatypes can occur at several levels in a message. Some datatypes are conceptually a combination of other datatypes eg an EI data type is a combination of a string ST identifier and a Hierarchical Designator HD. This allows for an organization to provide a unique identifier within their namespace. In messages the HD component of an EI datatype will appear in other places in the message as a HD data type to identify the organization uniquely. Use ST or FT instead.

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