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Reportable Condition Mapping Table ( RCMT) - Intro (101) , FAQ, Instructions for Reviewers March 23 rd , 2011 CSTE & CDC ELR Task Force Standards Workgroup. National Center for Public Health Informatics. Agenda. Roll Call RCMT Planning Team RCMT 101 (Introduction) – Jerry Sable

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  1. Reportable Condition Mapping Table (RCMT) - Intro (101) , FAQ, Instructions for Reviewers March 23rd, 2011 CSTE & CDC ELR Task Force Standards Workgroup National Center for Public Health Informatics

  2. Agenda • Roll Call • RCMT Planning Team • RCMT 101 (Introduction) – Jerry Sable • RCMT phConnect workgroup site (link) • RCMT Workbook demo (e.g. Diphtheria) • Instruction for reviewers (link) • RCMT – Call for Participation

  3. Ground Rules for Call • Be sure to mute your phones *6 • Please do not place call on hold • Operator assist code is *0 • Please go to RCMT Workgroup phConnect site for additional info and to post your feedback on the RCMTs • Questions and feedback can also be sent to PHINVS@CDC.GOV

  4. RCMT Planning Team • CDC CSTE ELR Task Force – Standards Workgroup • Co-Leads (Rita Altamore and DariuzShirazi) • CDC SME Staff (Sundak Ganesan) • Task Force Project Manager (Shu McGarvey) • CDC Vocabulary Team (PHIN VADS) • Mark Winarsky and Michael Pray • RCMT Content • Jerry Sable, Sheila Abner, Sundak Ganesan, Sanjeev Tandon • Meeting Logistics / Communication - Vanessa Fernandez, Kaley Smith E-mail RCMT Planning Team: PHINVS@CDC.GOV RCMT PhConnect Website-http://www.phconnect.org/group/rcmt

  5. RCMT: Meaningful Use & ICS

  6. RCMT: CSTE /CDC ELR Task Force- Standards Workgroup

  7. RCMT 101 - Introduction Jerry Sable, M.D., M.S. CDC CSTE ELR Task Force – Standards Workgroup

  8. Demo • Tour of the RCMT PhConnect Online Site

  9. RCMTs & You We need you! • Who? • Examples: lab and epi SMEs, jurisdictional staff with operational responsibility for lab messaging or ELR systems. • Familiar with (or want to dive deeply into) LOINC and SNOMED terminology issues related to reporting • What? • Review RCMT content and delivery mechanisms and provide feedback • When? - Every Thursday between 12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Eastern. Meeting info at RCMT site (link)

  10. RCMT Outreach • Who have we reached out to for participation and expertise? • CDC Programs • CSTE/CDC Joint ELR Task Force • National ELR WG • CSTE • APHL / PHLIP  • Public Health Communities of Practice (VMCoP, Lab MsgCoP, CRSWg, phConnect – Public Health CoP) • HL7 PHER • PHDSC • CDC PHIN Partners • CDC Meaningful Use Advisory Workgroup / MU Community • Vendors, Labs, Implementors

  11. RCMT • Universe of reportable conditions comprises every condition that is reportable in any jurisdiction. • Reportable conditions include those that are nationally notifiable, and those that are not nationally notifiable. • The RCMTs include LOINC-to-condition and SNOMED-to-condition mapping tables.

  12. RCMT Demo Schedule • RCMT Content Demo Schedule is available on RCMT phConnect site – http://www.phconnect.org/group/rcmt • 10 minutes per condition “Show and Tell” of RCMT and 5 minutes discussion. CDC lab and program SMEs will attend. • RCMT content files will be posted in phConnect (RCMT Workgroup) for offline discussion and feedback. • Demo Schedule: • Nationally NotifiableCondtions • Bacterial, Viral, Parasitic, Fungal, Non-Infectious Conditions • Non-Nationally Notifiable Conditions are not covered in the current demo schedule. We have plan on adding Tuesday calls in May and June, if needed. • Demo Schedule will be updated based upon SME availability.

  13. Communications • How do I provide feedback? • Feedback can be provided to phConnect site – http://www.phconnect.org/group/rcmt • Feedback can be privately provided to PHINVS@cdc.gov • Can I get reminders about upcoming meetings? • Yes, please provide you name and email to PHINVS@cdc.gov • Is this open to others who may be interested in participating? • Yes, this is an inclusive process but we have limited phone lines so we ask that you convene in central office locations when possible • Is there a meeting room for CDC Participants in Atlanta? • Yes, this will be posted on phConnects • Who will send me communications about the RCMT • Communications will typically come from PHINVS (PHIN Vocabulary Services)

  14. Appendix

  15. Scope of RCMT • June 2011 deliverables • Start with NNDs • NNDs generally represent conditions that are reportable in jurisdictions that account for at least 50% of the US population • List is known • Can build on CSTE TIG work • If time is available, move on to non-NNC reportable conditions, prioritized in a similar manner

  16. Scope of RCMT • Address in subsequent stages • Conditions for which coordination with other initiatives is required (e.g., Cancer, NHSN, Syndromic) • Genetic testing beyond core newborn screening tests

  17. RCMT & Meaningful Use Included in the Stage 1 Meaningful Use-Menu Set under Public & Population Health is an Eligible Hospital (EH) “Capability to submit electronic data on reportable lab results to public health agencies and actual submission in accordance with the applicable law and practice”

  18. RCMT - Life Cycle (Maintenance)

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