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Becky GradlAcademy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Sue Kent
Sandy Miller
James Allain
David Burgess
Yanyan Hu
  • Reviewed an example Della sent Becky of screen shots of her system that show 2 different ways to track intake
    • If necessary, this example could work for sharing intake data at the Connectathon
    • This example is not tied to any nutrition order at this point
    • Would be great to test in the connectathon how to connect a NutritionOrder to NutritionIntake
  • Review and discussion of the NutritionIntake resource
    • Amount (such as 1 cup) was not shown in the example, but should include amount served and the intake amount or could be amount served and percent consumed, but percent consumed without amount served is meaningless
    • In the consumedItem Backbone element, there needs to be a serving size so amount (call this consumedAmount) can be used for actual intake (such as percent or actual measured amount)
    • What is serving size called in the NCP (Nutrition Care Process)? In the NCP, there are measured and estimated terms under Food Intake under Food/Nutrition-related History Domain, however these are more general because they look at food groups, such as grains, fruits, and vegetables and not specific to food items such as 1 slice of bread or 1 cup of strawberries
    • It is more specific to use actual measured amounts when capturing intake, however the resource needs to be more general
      • Can constrain the amount fields later in profiles. It is better to be general first because it is easier to constrain later than to make it more general later
    • Is there an effective date and time for notConsumed/notConsumedReason? The Effective[x] element could be used, but does there need to be a separate field to capture this? This should be determined by the group mapping specific data to the resource and through testing at a connectathon (or other testing feedback)


No meetings September 6 (no agenda items), 13, or 20 due to the WGM.

The meeting on September 27 will be a review of the connectathon and WGM discussions.

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