Difference between revisions of "Jurisdiction ELR Specifications"

From HL7Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Created page with "Senders complain that the various ELR receiving jurisdictions have too many differing reporting format specifications, creating a large burden on sites that must send to multiple...")
 
(Added WA state info)
Line 9: Line 9:
 
*[http://www.wadsworth.org/labcert/regaffairs/clinical/commdiseaseguide.pdf Laboratory Reporting Requirements] (oriented to Laboratorians, not IT)
 
*[http://www.wadsworth.org/labcert/regaffairs/clinical/commdiseaseguide.pdf Laboratory Reporting Requirements] (oriented to Laboratorians, not IT)
 
*ECLRS specifications (not available publicly; I will try to upload a copy or create a publicly accessible link).
 
*ECLRS specifications (not available publicly; I will try to upload a copy or create a publicly accessible link).
 +
 +
==Washington State==
 +
WA State does not have an ELR specification per se.  We work with whatever HL7 version a lab can send, and the required content for both paper and electronic reports is specified in our reportable conditions rules at [http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-101 Chapter 246-101 WAC].  '''Note''': these rules have recently been revised; the new rules will go into effect 02/04/2011 and will be posted at that time.  The revised rules include changes to the required report content.

Revision as of 17:31, 21 January 2011

Senders complain that the various ELR receiving jurisdictions have too many differing reporting format specifications, creating a large burden on sites that must send to multiple jurisdictions. To allow an understanding and analysis of the magnitude of this problem, I suggest that we collect on this page links to as many of these differing specifications as we can find. People can add discussion points to this page.

I note that most of the specs on this page will probably be for HL7 2.3.z and 2.3.1 ORU_R01 message formats. Although we will be able to learn from comparing these specs, it is probably not worthwhile harmonizing them; rather, the lessons here may help us avoid similar pain points in our upcoming 2.5.1 specs.

Michigan

New York State and New York City

(Although New York City is a distinct reporting jurisdiction, NYC labs are directed to report to New York State's Electronic Clinical Laboratory Reporting System (ECLRS); the NYC reports are extracted and downloaded to NYC via a PHINMS link.)

  • Laboratory Reporting Requirements (oriented to Laboratorians, not IT)
  • ECLRS specifications (not available publicly; I will try to upload a copy or create a publicly accessible link).

Washington State

WA State does not have an ELR specification per se. We work with whatever HL7 version a lab can send, and the required content for both paper and electronic reports is specified in our reportable conditions rules at Chapter 246-101 WAC. Note: these rules have recently been revised; the new rules will go into effect 02/04/2011 and will be posted at that time. The revised rules include changes to the required report content.