> I am not totally comfortable with this approach, since it feels to me
> as if we are asserting that the original order was incorrect. This
> would obviously be ok if we were indeed correcting an order which had
> never been actioned but for a valid, actioned order, this does not
> feel correct, since it essentially hides the original order, albeit
> that the original instruction is still available for medico-legal
> purposes via the original committed version.
> I think would prefer to create a new order but link it to the
> original to ensure that the clinical requirement to maintain a chain
> of events is ensured"
> Any thoughts?
well version updates to persistent Compositions like medications list
are not regarded as 'corrections', just updates to bring it up to date.
'Correction' is just one possible reason for a new version of something.