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In addition, the original question seems to mix the “StructureDefinition profiles” with “IHE profiles” – the _profile search parameter is strictly for the former and should not be use in any other way.
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Thanks John and Vassil,To Vassils point I am indeed not clear on use of the term 'profile'. In the end what I am looking for is a way for a (fhir) client to indicate to a (fhir) server what "behaviour" it is expecting. For example, as a client (application) that implements the IHE PDQm profile I would like to indicate to the server that my request follows the PDQm definitions, and that I expect the server to return a response according the the IHE PDQm profile.
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