The SM sends the data and the fields are persisted. However this works only for DSTU2 instances. STU4 and R4 instances do not store the data. The ‘practitionerRole’ field on the practitioner object that we use to store the data is missing in the later FHIR definitions.
Dimitar is correct. This will only work for Dstu2. Dimitar, is there any way we can only show these columns/fields in a dstu2 sandbox? If not (or even if it’s too complicated), I don’t think it’s worth having these columns/fields at all.