I am currently wondering about the salutation (also called form of address) for patients. To clarify, if you write a letter and start with “Dear Mr. Miller”, I refer to the “Mr.”
I think this would be part of HumanName, but I could be wrong. Now, most times I could simply defer this from the gender because there’s only “Mr.” and “Mrs.” as salutation. But in case I have a gender of “other”, it would be polite to ask the person: “How would you like to be addressed”. And then, I would need a place to store this information.
Is there a way to model this with the standard that I have overlooked? If not - shouldn’t this be supported, since an official third gender is legally supported by more and more countries?