There are real
world challenges in implementing the HL7 Consolidated Clinical Document
Architecture (CCDA) standard in healthcare, vital statistics and Big Data
Initiatives. The implementation of
this standard has complexities and is subject to interpretation variability
among vendors which pose additional challenges. The vital statistics community
has been collaborating on standards setting to build upon more than a century’s
effort in standardization and to encourage EHRs to capture the common items in a
way that vital statistics can use and reduce duplicative entry by hospital and
other medical personnel. The sharing of the CCDA documents from hospitals and
doctor’s offices across the nation and is laying the foundation for the building
of true interoperable sharing of medical information that span the continuum of
care, public health, population heath and Big Data initiatives.
Understand how sharing of HL7 CCDA documents from
hospitals and doctor’s offices across the nation is groundbreaking work laying
the foundation for the building of true interoperable medical records that
span the continuum of care
about improving birth, death and fetal death reporting with electronic health
records and national standards for supporting public health for
able to discuss big data at work and the plan for data
Who Should Attend
Information Governance Officer, Privacy Officer, Security Officer, Chief
Information Officer, Compliance Officer, HIM Director
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