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United States Health Information Knowledgebase (USHIK) A Data Registry Project. 17 February 1999 Open Forum on METADATA REGISTRIES. Purpose of Briefing. Provide Status of Data Registry Project United States Health Information Knowledge Review Goal Approach Requirements Milestones

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united states health information knowledgebase ushik a data registry project

United States Health Information Knowledgebase (USHIK)AData Registry Project

17 February 1999

Open Forum on METADATA REGISTRIES

purpose of briefing
Purpose of Briefing
  • Provide Status of Data Registry Project
    • United States Health Information Knowledge
  • Review
    • Goal
    • Approach
    • Requirements
    • Milestones
    • Benefits
data registry project goal
Data Registry Project Goal
  • Build, populate, demonstrate, and make available for general use a data registry to assist in cataloging and harmonizing data elements across multi-organizations.
  • Utilize selected Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) data elements for demonstration.
data registry approach
Data Registry Approach
  • Collaborative effort
    • Department of Defense (DoD) - Health Affairs (HA) and Department of Health and Human Services - Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) funded and controlled
    • Members of requirements team include representatives from Department of Veteran Affairs, Health Level Seven, Department of Health and Human Services - Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) , and Department of Defense - Health Affairs (HA)
    • Builds on Environment Protection Agency and Australian Institute of Health and Welfare implementations
    • Utilizes DoD - Health Affairs’ Health Information Resource Service (HIRS) to develop and implement data registry
  • Establish data registry based on International and National Standards
    • ISO 11179 Specification and Standardization of Data Elements
    • ANSI X3.285 Metamodel for the Management of Shareable Data Standards
  • Load Health Industry Standards
    • Department of Health and Human Services - Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) to load data selected Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) related data into data registry
      • American Standards Institute (X12)
      • Health Level Seven (HL7)
      • National Council of Prescription Drug Program (NCPDP)
      • National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS)
data registry overview

Data Agreements

Models

Data Collections

Organizations

Data Elements

Initiatives

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act...

ABCDEFGH..

HCFA Long Term Care

BRFSS

CDC

AHCPR

NCVHS

X12

NCVHS Core Data

NCPDP

HL7-RIM

DoD HA FAM-D

AIHW

Methods of Finding Data Elements

References to Authoritative Sources

  • A data registry is a place to keep facts about characteristics of data that are necessary to clearly describe, inventory, analyze, and classify data.
  • A data registry supports data sharing with cross-system and cross-organization descriptions of common units of data.
  • A data registry assists users of shared data to have a common understanding of a unit of data’s meaning, representation, and identification.
Data Registry Overview

NCPDP (National Council for Prescription Drug Program)

Data Element

X12 (American Standards Committee)

Identifying and Definitional Attributes:

Data Element ID : 07-329-4837.00000692.v1

Name : Gender Code

Context : X12 Data Dictionary

Definition : Code indicating the sex of the individual

Status : Received as of 01/19/1999

Example :

Synonyms/Keywords :

Comment :

Data Collection Methods :

Relational and Representational Attributes:

Data Type : ID

Representational Form :

Representational Layout :

Minimum Size : 1

Maximum Size : 1

Unit Of Measure :

Precision :

Minimum Range :

Maximum Range :

Data Domain:

Permissible value Domain Meaning Name Domain Meaning

Definition Text

A Not Provided

B Not Applicable

F Female

M Male

N Non-sexed

U Unknown

X Unsexable

Related Data References:

Object Relationship Related Item Type

Gender Code is composite part of X12 Data Dictionary Standards

Alternate Names and Contexts:

Name Context

Gender Code X12 Data Dictionary

1068 X12 Data Element Number

Transaction Set

-Data Element

-Composite Data Element

Person_Sex

Gender

Sex_Category Code

...

Birth Date

Hair Color

Eye Color

Sex

...

HL7 (Health Level Seven)

Reference Information Model

-Subject Area

-Class

-Attributes

What data elements are used?

Where are data elements used?

AIHW (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare)

Model -Model Subtype -Information Model

Subtype

-Data Element

-Data Concept

-Composite Data

Element

-Derived Data

Element

Codes can be download for use in applications.

Data elements are described in common format.

hipaa data needs
HIPAA Data Needs
  • Catalogue and harmonize data elements and coordinate version control across multiple independent organizations e.g. X12, HL7, NCPDP, HCFA, etc.
  • Support for HIPAA functional users (Payers, Clinical, Public Health, Research, etc) and their application developers
  • Support data sharing with cross-system and cross-organization descriptions of common units of data
hipaa data needs7
HIPAA Data Needs
  • Assist users of shared data to have a common understanding of a unit of data’s meaning, representation, and identification
  • Provide multiple access paths to metadata, such as high level model, programs, agreements (transaction sets, implementation guides, etc.), or data collections (core data set, attachments, identifier systems, etc.)
hipaa data needs8
HIPAA Data Needs
  • Functional experts maintain and control a specific part of the shared data registry
    • HIPAA data standards content is controlled by originating groups who have expertise to best maintain and enhance their content while users of the knowledge are from many other organizations
      • Experts have the knowledge
      • Experts have stewardship
      • Experts have localized control in their domain
      • Maintenance is scoped to the functional area
      • Usage is scoped to the federalization of data registries
      • Usage refers to appropriate authority
data registry prototype purpose
Data Registry Prototype Purpose
  • Capture information about data elements
  • View based upon criteria
  • Analysis comparisons of same or similar data concepts
    • names
    • definitions
    • allowable values (code sets)
    • format and size
data registry prototype purpose10
Data Registry Prototype Purpose
  • Data Registry development
    • utilize coalition products
    • obtain hardware/software operating environment
    • participate in coalition product enhancement
  • Data Registry operation
    • content administration
    • establish access methods and link to content
data registry prototype scope
Data Registry Prototype Scope
  • Apply ISO 11179 data representation standards to selected data from
    • X12 834 enrollment implementation guide
    • NCPDP enrollment subset
    • National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS) Core data elements
  • Map data elements to high level information model (Australian National Health Information Model)
data registry prototype scope12
Data Registry Prototype Scope
  • Construct and populate relational database to contain metadata which is both scaleable and extensible
  • Develop web-based access tool to allow dynamic selectable viewing based upon
    • elements associated with a concept
    • side-by-side comparison of selected elements
data registry users
Data Registry Users
  • Data User - A data user is a person who is interested in the meaning and context of a standard for use in specification of standards, regulations, policies, reports, and application systems.
  • System Developer - A system developer is a person who is interested in the meaning, context, and representation, including domain values, of a standard for use in the development of the application systems or commercial-off-the-shelf products.
  • Standards Developer - A standards developer is a person who is interested in developing, publishing, and maintaining standards within an organization including Standards Development Organizations.
data registry time line
Data Registry Time Line

Aug1998

Dec1998

Feb1999

USHIK Project

Establishes requirements,develops, implements, anddemonstrates capabilities

Obtain Resources

Establish Team

Document Requirements

Develop Data Registry

Load Information

Demonstrate Capabilities

data registry benefits
Data Registry Benefits
  • Exposure of HIPAA data specifications to multiple audiences in a standardized manner
  • Easier to find and reuse data specifications
  • Easier to recognize similarities and differences
  • Promotes common understanding
  • Content administered close to functional areas
  • Ability to link to other authoritative sources
  • Reuse of data registry technology by various public and private organizations
data registry applicable documents

Item

Location

ISO/IEC 11179, Specification and Standardization of Data Elements

Part 1: Framework for the Specification and Standardization of Data Elements

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/11179/11179-1.doc

Part 2: Classification for Data Elements

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/11179/ 11179-2.wd6

Part 3: Basic Attributes of Data Elements

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/11179/ 11179-3.wp6

Part 4: Rules and Guidelines for the Formulation of Data Definitions

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/11179/ 11179-4.wp6

Part 5: Naming and Identification Principles for Data Elements

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/11179/ 11179-5.wp5

Part 6: Registration of Data Elements

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/11179/ 11179-6.wp6

ANSI dpANS X3.285, Metamodel for the Management of Sharable Data

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/x3l8docs/x3.285/docs/ dpx3-285.doc

Registry Concept of Operations

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/x3l8docs/drconops.rtf

Data Value Domain (Work item in ISO/IEC JTC1 SC32)

http://speckle.ncsl.nist.gov/~ftp/x3l8/x3l8docs/dvd2-1.wp5

National Health Information Knowledgebase (NHIK) from Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)

http://www.aihw.gov.au

Environmental Data Registry (EDR) from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

http://www.epa.gov/edr

Data Registry - Applicable Documents
point of contacts and example data registry sites
Point of Contacts and Example Data Registry Sites
  • Health Care Financing Administration
    • Bob Mayes

Director, Information Systems Group

Office of Clinical Standards and Quality

Health Care Financing Administration

7500 Security Blvd., Bldg S3-02-01

Baltimore, MD 21244-1850

410.786.6872 / 410.786.8532 Fax

rmayes@hcfa.gov

  • Department of Defense - Health Affairs
    • Marco Johnson

Chief, Data Administration

Functional Integration and Data Administration

Information Management, Technology and Reengineering

DoD Health Affairs / TRICARE Management Activity

5111 Leesburg Pike, Suite 810

Falls Church, VA 22041-3206

703.681.5611 / 703.681.8845 Fax

marco.johnson@tma.osd.mil

http://hirs.brooks.af.mil/mhss/index.html

  • National Health Information Knowledgebase (NHIK) from Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
    • http://www.aihw.gov.au
  • Environmental Data Registry (EDR) from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
    • http://www.epa.gov/edr
  • Future address of United States Health Information Knowledgebase (USHIK) on DoD Health Information Service (HIRS)
    • http://registry.hirs.osd.mil/registry/
conclusion recommendation
Conclusion/Recommendation
  • Watch the development and demonstration of the United Status Health Information Knowledge (USHIK) standards based data registry
  • Utilize the USHIK data registry application or other similar application within your organization to assist in cataloging and harmonizing data elements with other organizations