The HL7 Patient Care WG (PCWG) initiated a Care Plan domain Analysis Model (DAM) development project in 2011. This initiative resulted in the publication of the first release/revision of Care Plan DAM in 2015 (this artefact is hereon referred to as Care Plan DAM 1.0). After the release of Care Plan DAM 1.0, this project team received large amount of comments and feedback that led to the Care Plan DAM 2.0 project.

Significant bodies of knowledge and works have been generated since Care Plan DAM 2.0 initiation in 2017. The table below organises the knowledge and related project Confluence pages and resources to help navigation and access by colleagues and HL7 members interested in this topic.

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Care Plan topic published and working progress artefacts

TopicContents / DescriptionState / PurposeKeywords / Notes
Care plan DAM 2.0 Ballot ContentsDraft ballot contents under developmentWorking progress

Care plan DAM 2.0 Resources and Previous Work

Relevant contents and work to be considered for incorporation into Care Plan DAM 2.0 ballot document

Multiple chronic condition (MCC) care plan
Working progress

FHIR Care Plan Resource effort

Relevant/Reference Resources

Care plan/coordination Connectathon

Care Plan DAM 1.0

Care Plan DAM 2.0 preceding version

Reference document

Care Coordination Services Functional Specification
Care Plan DAM 2.0 reference document
A powerpoint side deck that include a set of care plan related diagrams for use by international care plan standards related projects

All things care planA catalogue of all projects related to care plan standards

The Gravity Project

Care Plan DAM 2.0 Project Leadership

Laura Heermann LangfordInternmoutain Healthcare
Stephen ChuAustralian Digital Health Agency
Emma JonesAllscript
Russ LeftwichIntersystems
Mike Padula
Jay Lyle

Care Plan Topics

FHIR Resources Analysis Spreadsheet

Gaps and inconsistency analysis on FHIR resources (contribution from Claude Nanjo)

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