Subject: RE: [saf] Issue 015 - alternatives to Protocol
‘Treatment’ does have a slight remediation connotation connected to it, whereas Regimen does not.
Regimen could be:
I favor both Treatment & Regimen over PrescriptionTemplate, as the former choices fit better with our medical vernacular.
Regimen is my new favorite.
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[[Paul]] It does. Treatments routinely include diagnostics. I treat you with Coumadin (a blood thinner and monitor kidney function). Or I you come into an allergist’s office complaining of allergies and treatment consists of evaluation your allergies with tests before deciding on a treatment regimen.
I suppose you could use the class of Regimen, too, for that matter! :-)
Jeff likes #2 & #6.