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Req-1196: Registry support for alerts
Release Package: 2013 Format


Release Package:

2013 Format

Requirement ID:

Req-1196

Title:

Registry support for alerts

Description:

The system MAY access registry information (e.g. date of immunization, demographics of subject, name of vaccine) to issue alerts within the EHR for specific patient cases.

Related Requirements:

Relationship Release Package Requirement ID Requirement Title Requirement Type SHALL / SHOULD / MAY Compare Requirements
Req-1196 Is Child Of 2013 Format Req-277 Registry Notification Function Not Applicable Compare

Provenance:

SME

Achievability:

Moderate

Requirement Type:

Normative Statements

Shall/Should/May:

MAY

Critical/Core:

No

Status:

Released

Links:

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Comments:

Not Provided

Additional Information:

Registry support for alerts: Registries may contain clinical information of immediate significance to the clinician; this information may require action or awareness. For example, the system could use registry information to alert a clinician that a new patient may have Tuberculosis, when the TB data is not yet stored in the local EHR system.
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