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- by Kabin Mar 29, '12Anyone aware of any efforts to standardized patient medical records? A quick google search came up dry like the old wild, untamed west.
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- just an fyi. i found the following at wiki for medical records standards:
technical standards. though there are few standards for modern day emr systems as a whole, there are many standards relating to specific aspects of emrs. these include:
- hl7 – messages format for interchange between different record systems and practice management systems.
- ansi x12 (edi) – a set of transaction protocols used in the us for transmitting virtually any aspect of patient data.
- cen – contsys (en 13940), a system of concepts to support continuity of care.
- cen – ehrcom (en 13606), a standard for the communication of information from ehr systems.
- cen – hisa (en 12967), a services standard for inter-system communication in a clinical information environment.
- dicom – a standard for representing and communicating radiology images and reporting
- [color=#16588b]resources available on standards and certification nprm; check out the public comment template
on march 7, 2012, the office of the national coordinator for health information technology (onc) published a notice of proposed rulemaking (nprm) that proposed revisions to the initial set of standards, implementation specifications, and certification criteria adopted in a 2010 final rule. the 2014 edition ehr certification criteria were jointly proposed with the centers for medicare & medicaid services’ (cms) nprm on the ehr incentive programs – which provides incentive payments to eligible health care providers that adopt certified ehr technology (cehrt) and susequently demonstrate "meaningful use."
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Quote from kabinanyone aware of any efforts to standardized patient medical records? a quick google search came up dry like the old wild, untamed west.
- Additionally HIMSS has a great deal of referrence content on standards and interoperability related to the EMR
HIMSS - Standards
HIMSS - Healthcare Interoperability & Standards | Health IT Integration | Semantic Interoperability
- [color=#16588b]raising the bar for ehrs: proposed rule for enhanced certification standards
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- Awesome. Thanks for the info.
- As far as I can tell it appears eligible healthcare providers are acute care settings like hospitals and not home health/hospice agencies.
- Mar 30, '12 by MijourneyYou can also add www.AHIMA.org to the list of entities that have a body of knowledge on EHR standards.