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  • Patient Medication List Guidance - Melva
    • Introduction
    • Background
    • Definitions and Synonyms
      • pull content from Patient Medication List Guidance to create narrative
        • Objective, History, The Problem 
      • why context is important
      • Scope and Boundaries of the IG
        • patient specific lists
        • Medication and medicationKnowledge are out of scope
      • Overview of Pharmacy resources as they apply to medication lists
      • Discussion
      Scope
        • Med Request
        • Med Dispense
        • Med Admin
        • Med Usage
      • Definitions and Synonyms
        • e.g. active medication list, medication profile, medication list, patient profile
        • may need a set of definitions for the specific lists we define as part of the IG
    • General Guidance - Jean
      • discussion of how lists are createdDiscussion of use of list vs bundle resources - point to content that exists in the spec
        • point in time "lists" would use List Resource
    • Use Cases/Contexts - for each context (Melva)
        • Description of the context section and short description of the use case
      • List(s) Details
        • Prescribing  (Danielle)
          • Introduction/Description of the context
          • Scope and Boundaries for the context
            • Assumptions
          • Rationale
          • Synonyms
          • Setting
          • Source of the content of the list (e.g. dispenses, claims, orders, etc)
          • What data elements are important? - figure out what level of detail we should include here
          • What resources to use
          • Example
            • Types of queries
            • Example of result
        • Overview/Description
        • Dispensing (Melva)
            • Introduction/Description of the context
            • Scope and Boundaries for the context
              • Assumptions
            • Rationale
            • Synonyms
            • Setting
            • Source of the content of the list (e.g. dispenses, claims, orders, etc)
            • What data elements are important? - figure out what level of detail we should include here
            • What resources to use
            • Example
              • Types of queries
              • Example of result
          • Blister Packing (Peter)
            • Introduction/Description of the context
            • Scope and Boundaries for the context
              • Assumptions
        List Details
            • Rationale
            • Synonyms
            • Setting
            • Source of the content of the list (e.g. dispenses, claims, orders, etc)
            • What data elements are important? - figure out what level of detail we should include here
            • What resources to use
            • Example
              • Types of queries
              • Example of result
        • Administration (John)
          • Introduction/Description of the context
          • Scope and Boundaries for the context
            • Assumptions
          • Rationale
          • Synonyms
          • Setting
          • Source of the content of the list (e.g. dispenses, claims, orders, etc)
          • What data elements are important? - figure out what level of detail we should include here
          • What resources to use
          • Example
            • Types of queries
            • Example of result
        • Administration History (John)
          • Introduction/Description of the context
          • Scope and Boundaries for the context
            • Assumptions
          • Rationale
          • Synonyms
          • Setting
          • Source of the content of the list (e.g. dispenses, claims, orders, etc)
          • What data elements are important? - figure out what level of detail we should include here
          • What resources to use
          • Example
            • Types of queries
            • Example of result
        • Medication Reconciliation (Scott/Jean)
          • Introduction/Description of the context
          • Scope and Boundaries for the context
            • Assumptions
          • Rationale
          • Synonyms
          • Setting
          • Source of the content of the list (e.g. dispenses, claims, orders, etc)
          • What data elements are important? - figure out what level of detail we should include here
          • What resources to use
          • Example
            • Types of queries
            • Example of result
        • Patient's View (Melva)
          • Introduction/Description of the context
          • Scope and Boundaries for the context
            • Assumptions
          • Rationale
          • Synonyms
          • Setting
          • Source of the content of the list (e.g. dispenses, claims, orders, etc)
          • What data elements are important? - figure out what level of detail we should include here
          • What resources to use
          • Example
            • Types of queries
            • Example of result
    • Profiles
      • determine if we need - for example, if we have search parameters
    • Contributors
      • Jean Duteau
      • John Hatem
      • Peter Sergent
      • Scott Robertson
      • Danielle Bancroft
      • Melva Peters
    • Owning WG - not needed - will be included in the footer
    • History Page - will be automatically generated