Yes, one example is AIS existence in LOINC (Regenstrief Institute – https://loinc.org/). LOINC is a common language (set of identifiers, names, and codes) for identifying health measurements, observations, and documents.  LOINC is free and reference labs, healthcare organizations, U.S. federal agencies, insurance companies, software vendors, in vitro diagnostic testing companies and others use it to move data seamlessly between systems.

LOINC supports an AIS instrumentation schema for data transfer and data interoperability.  There’s a one-panel definition with 3 sub panel definitions.  These definitions are unique to LOINC but could be generalized for a similar purpose:

76067-8 LOINC panel
https://r.details.loinc.org/LOINC/76067-8.html?sections=Comprehensive

75890-4 Abbreviated Injury Scale predot
https://s.details.loinc.org/LOINC/75890-4.html?sections=Comprehensive

75891-2 Abbreviated Injury Scale severity score
https://s.details.loinc.org/LOINC/75891-2.html?sections=Comprehensive

76066-0 Abbreviated Injury Scale version code
https://s.details.loinc.org/LOINC/76066-0.html?sections=Comprehensive