clinical document architecture


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clinical document architecture

A specification for the structure and semantics of clinical documents for the purpose of electronic data exchange.
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eCopy ShareScan v5, running on a Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE MFP, successfully executed scan workflows to generate Health Level Seven International (HL7) Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) messages that enable the standardized passing of patient records to content consumers -- such as an electronic health record systems -- that are accessible online throughout the patient care continuum.
Health Story accelerates development of HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) Implementation Guides for common types of electronic healthcare documents, brings them through the HL7 ballot process and promotes their adoption within the industry.
The "Unstructured Document" standard, based on the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), offers healthcare organizations a powerful on-ramp to healthcare information exchange through basic document management workflow guidelines that are now universally recognized and accepted.
To drive the value of structured data based on narrative, M*Modal became a founding member of the Clinical Document Architecture for Clinical Document Types (CDA 4 CDT) initiative, which supports standardization for medical information exchange, and will establish standard ways of identifying and organizing discrete clinical data.
The partnership will use Clinical Document Architecture to enhance the narrative report by making discrete data elements available to NextGen([R]) EMR and will soon be accessible via NextMD([R]), NextGen Healthcare's integrated portal, for patients to complete at home.
This project demonstrated synergistic use of the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) and CDISC standards to capture data once for use with electronic health records and clinical trial databases.
E[acute accent]--HL7 Specifications, based on its Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), Release 1.
ASC X12 currently crafts XML messages using its Context Inspired Component Architecture (CICA), whereas HL7 uses its Clinical Document Architecture.
x Messaging standard, Clinical Context Management (CCOW), Arden Syntax, Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), Structured Product Labeling, and XML Encoding for V2.
0 (XML), Arden Syntax, Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), Context Management Architecture (CMA), UN/EDIFACT, HIPAA ANSI X12N, and European standard CEN/TC 251.
x data interchange standard, the HL7 Reference Information Model, the DICOM standard for imaging, the NCPDP SCRIPT prescription drug information standard, the LOINC vocabulary for laboratory tests, the IEEE/CEN/ISO 1073 medical device communication standard, the ASC X12 administrative transaction standard, HL7 Data Types, Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), and the HL7 Clinical Context Management Specification (CCOW).

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