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Create multiple resource types for Provider organisations in the Onboarding Toolkit
In the current version of the onboarding toolkit, resources can be set to Clinical Safety and Public to allow testing of resources prior to Go Live. Additional resources can be added, as they become available, but can only be sleeted from a prepopulated list. Additionally, resources of the same type cannot be added, for example Encounter or documents.
With the move towards data maturity projects, multiple resources of the same type will become more common and to follow the current practice of viewing restrictions set to Clinical Safety prior to Go Live approval, this would impact on live resources.
For example, at NLAG, there are four different encounter types, which will be delivered at different stages. If ED Encounters were to go live, then a month later Inpatient Encounters were to to be made available, to follow the approval process, the Encounters resource would have to be set to Clinical Safety until approval was gained to go live with Inpatient Encounters. This would also restrict the existing ED Encounter resource and disrupt access to the live resource.
Similarly, there is a likelihood that there will be more than one type of document resource, which would be similarly affected when additional documents were made available.
There would also have to be a consideration of how this would fit with the recent data standards work that has been completed. However, the ability to control an individual resource within a resource type would be of significant benefit to all data maturity projects going forward and will maintain the availability of existing live resources.