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Public Health Case Reporting
The purpose of this implementation guide (IG) is to specify a standard for electronic submission of Public Health Case Reports (PHCR) in a Clinical Document Architecture DSTU 2.0 Release 2.1 format. (C-CDA R2.1).
( stubbed from 2009 PHCP IG for demo purpose)
Scope The CDA for PHCR constrains CDA to meet the requirements of Public Health Case Reports for reportable conditions. Reportable conditions are those considered to be of great public health importance. Local and state agencies require that such conditions be reported when they are identified by providers or laboratories. Public Health Case Reports are reports of these conditions sent to local and state public health departments from providers. The scope of
this project and this implementation guide is limited to the reporting flow from the provider to the local or state public health departments and NOT the verification process or the reporting of a confirmed condition to the national public health system (CDC). The common data elements and four condition-specific case reports were chosen by the CRSWg: anthrax, acute hepatitis B, tuberculosis, and tularemia. These are modeled in a set of modular definitions (templates) reusable across forms and conformant with design patterns established for EHRs and interoperable data exchange.
These reusable pieces are documented in the format required for HL7 ballot and in a database that will ensure consistency, optimize reuse, and lay the foundation for extensibility. The database is a catalogue of the templates designed for this project. The CRSWg identified approximately 300 common data elements associated with public health reportable condition forms across the United States. These data elements were stratified as non-condition specific and condition specific. Each element was further identified as core (should be included) vs. extended data
elements (may also be included). A handful of core data elements are required to be present in all reports: the date of report, the reporter's name, the telephone and address of the reporter, and the name of the condition. This is the minimum information necessary to route the report to the appropriate public health agency/program, and to allow an investigator to contact the reporter to begin an investigation. From the perspective of this implementation guide, required core data elements and required CDA constructs (such as document id and document creation time) are to be
present in all reports. The guide defines the templates (required and optional) and indicates how those templates are organized into documents, sections, and entries to construct valid PHCR instances. Each state and/or local health department will determine which of the core data elements they require versus simply request, if any. NOTE: The exact method by which a CDA instance is packaged and exchanged is outside the scope of the CDA standard. Please refer to section 3 of the CDA base standard HL7 CDA, Release 2.0 “CDA Document Exchange in HL7 Messages”. Note that the public
health reporting workflow requires that the time the document is sent be captured in the exchange message.
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|HL7 International|mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org |Author||2015-2016|
|Health eData Inc||Author||2014-2016|