Healthcare Associated Infection Reports

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This wiki page supports the collaborative work on the Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) for reporting of Healthcare Associated Infections between HL7, CDC and other interested stakeholders. The primary use case for this project is the CDC's National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN), which has specified a number of Healthcare Associated Infection (HAI) reports. These reports are now available in electronic CDA format with published HL7 Implementation Guides.

Announcements

31st Jan 2014 - NHSN R2D1.1 Available for Comments

A minor update has been made to the NHSN Healthcare Associated Infection Reports, Release 2, US Realm, September 2013, 1st DSTU Ballot (NHSN HAI R2D1). This update is available to HL7 members here CDAR2_IG_HAIRPT_R2_D1_1_2014JAN.zip as a point release named NHSN HAI R2D1.1 for commenting prior to reconciliation and publication. As a minor DSTU update, this new version will not go through the usual HL7 balloting process but will use the DSTU Update process with industry review on the HL7 wiki. Because no changes were made to templates in this update, comments involving template modification are not in scope. The full list of changes in this release is documented in the update and can be summarized as:

  1. Formatting the guide into two volumes
  2. Value set changes to NHSNCriterionOfDiagnosisCode

During the two week comment period running from 1/31/2014 - 2/13/2014, please submit your comments here: NHSN HAI R2D1.1 Comments including at least your name, item, existing wording, proposed wording, and comment. Thank you.


9th Sep 2009 - Errata to the 2009 R2 DSTU

CONF-382: width element representing the duration of procedure is no longer required. The NHSN is planning a go-live for 9/14/2009 on BSI, SSI and Procedure Denominator


25th June 2009 - New Schematron Package

Schematron package for the 2009 R2

Please consult with NHSN for subsequent updates.