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Add identifiers to FEEDER_AUDIT for originating and gateway systems

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      The changes are as follows:
      - rewrite the explanation of feeder systems in the Common IM on the
        basis of implementation knowledge which have appeared in Australia
        and elsewhere.
      - re-design of FEEDER_AUDIT to accommodate proper identification of
        information item in originating and feeder systems.
      - change the definition of DV_IDENTIFIER to have another attribute
        which records the assigner of the id to the thing being identified.
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      The changes are as follows: - rewrite the explanation of feeder systems in the Common IM on the   basis of implementation knowledge which have appeared in Australia   and elsewhere. - re-design of FEEDER_AUDIT to accommodate proper identification of   information item in originating and feeder systems. - change the definition of DV_IDENTIFIER to have another attribute   which records the assigner of the id to the thing being identified.
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      Currently, instances of FEEDER_AUDIT (common IM, "archetyped" package) can
      be attached to any item in an openEHR structure, created due to imported
      data. Each FEEDER_AUDIT instance includes a system_id attribute in order
      to identify the source system. Originally, it was envisaged that if there
      were other finer-grained ids could be included in the system_id, but this
      is not very clear, and likely to be used on an ad hoc basis. A more structured
      approach to identifiers in the originating and gateway systems is needed.

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              OLDthomasbeale OLDthomasbeale
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              heath.frankel Heath Frankel
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