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Public Health Reporting Initiative. June 13, 2012. Agenda. Functional Requirements.

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functional requirements
Functional Requirements
  • Draft of the functional requirements document, including graphics depicting the public health reporting workflow, has been posted to the wiki (http://wiki.siframework.org/PHRI+Functional+Requirements) for public comment
    • Immunization comments
  • Comments due by Friday, June 15,2012 using the discussion board or by emailing [email protected]
  • Next Steps
    • Update current document
    • Post updated document for public comment (note: to be released in a package including the data elements)
data mapping update
Data Mapping Update
  • Working with user story submitters to refine and finalize
    • User Story / Domain specific data elements
    • Core / consolidated initiative-level data elements
  • Next steps
    • Public Comment for domain-level data elements (note: to be released in a package with the functional requirements)
    • Continue work on data modeling
    • Complete data harmonization document with both domain-level and initiative-level data elements
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Public Health Reporting InitiativeStage 3 Readiness andStage 3 Implementation Specification Sprint

These slides represent an interpretation of Readiness Self-Assessments and do not necessarily represent the position of any agency or organization.

Proposals are for discussion purposes only.

observations
Observations
  • ELR and Syndromic user stories did not reply
  • IIS felt questions were unresponsive to HL7 2.5.1 IIS systems primarily interested in bidirectional exchange
  • Many unclear on 2015 implementation funds
interpretation guide
Interpretation Guide
  • Focus on unidirectional reporting from EHR to PH?
  • Consensus about data element standards (elements, terminology, value sets?)
  • Preferred exchange standard (2.x vs. CDA vs. other)
  • Primary (potential) federal agency identified
  • Primary stakeholder association identified
  • Capability for pilot in Summer/Fall 2012?
  • Likely receiving capability in Oct. 2015
  • Number of receiving systems
  • Source of report: ambulatory versus hospital
  • National scope of reporting
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* Considering outbound components only †preference for CDA?

** Considering ambulatory case report only ‡single Federal user

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*Considering outbound components only ** Considering amb. Case report only

¶ Proprietary approach pilot †also FDA ‡also reported via PSOs to AHRQ ‽One user only

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*Considering outbound components only **ambulatory case report only †may use IIS’s

‡ Could also include outpatient records

proposal
Proposal
  • Tier 1: 7 stories appear with relatively high level of readiness; focus on unidirectional; broad national scope
  • Tier 2: 5 stories with either less readiness and/or focus on bidirectional and/or lesser scope
  • Venders: want to recruit industry reps
  • Goal: a process that permits all to benefit while maximizing chance for pilot-tested Stage 3 Impl. Spec. by November
proposal1
Proposal

Tier 1 Agencies and Associations

EHR & PH System and Intermediary Vendors

Tier 2 Agencies and Associations

All attempt to achieve consensus. If Tier 2 issues threaten timely consensus on

an issue they agree to withdraw on that issue.

possible process
Possible Process
  • Ground rules
  • Consensus on common “core” elements
  • Consensus on HL7 2.x or CDA or both formats
  • Address how “core” elements and different “extension” elements are managed
  • Address how “trigger” and “filter” knowledge base should function.
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