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Req-1162: Capture data that precedes the newborn’s record
Release Package: 2013 Format


Release Package:

2013 Format

Requirement ID:

Req-1162

Title:

Capture data that precedes the newborn’s record

Description:

The system SHALL allow capture of data that were collected for a newborn before the newborn's electronic record was created.

Related Requirements:

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Req-1162 Is Child Of 2013 Format Req-295 Health Record Information and Management Header Not Applicable Compare

Topic Area(s):

Provenance:

SME

Achievability:

High

Requirement Type:

Normative Statements

Shall/Should/May:

SHALL

Critical/Core:

Yes

Status:

Released

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Comments:

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Additional Information:

Capture data that precedes the newborn's chart: Perinatal and newborn data elements are described within birth history. One of the challenges in collecting these data elements is that the newborn's chart may not yet have been created at the time that the data elements are created, but the data is nevertheless needed in that chart.
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Last Updated 04/13/2016
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