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Req-107Standards Based Interoperability2013 Format
Provide automated health care delivery processes and seamless exchange of clinical, administrative, and financial information through standards-based solutions.
Interoperability standards enable an EHR-S to operate as a set of applications. This results in a unified...
Provide automated health care delivery processes and seamless exchange of clinical, administrative, and financial information through standards-based solutions.
Interoperability standards enable an EHR-S to operate as a set of applications. This results in a unified view of the system where the reality is that several disparate systems may be coming together.
Interoperability standards also enable the sharing of information between EHR systems, including the participation in regional, national, or international information exchanges.
Timely and efficient access to information and capture of information is promoted with minimal impact to the user.
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Immunizations, Prenatal Screening, Registry Linkages, School-Based LinkagesHeaderno
Req-294Security2013 Format
STATEMENT: Secure the access to an EHR-S and EHR information. Manage the sets of access control permissions granted within an EHR-S. Prevent unauthorized use of data, data loss, tampering and destruction.

DESCRIPTION: To enforce...
STATEMENT: Secure the access to an EHR-S and EHR information. Manage the sets of access control permissions granted within an EHR-S. Prevent unauthorized use of data, data loss, tampering and destruction.

DESCRIPTION: To enforce security, all EHR-S applications must adhere to the rules established to control access and protect the privacy of EHR information. Security measures assist in preventing unauthorized use of data and protect against loss, tampering and destruction. An EHR-S must be capable of including or interfacing with standards-conformant security services to ensure that any Principal (user, organization, device, application, component, or object accessing the system or its data is appropriately authenticated, authorized and audited in conformance with local and/or jurisdictional policies.

An EHR-S should support Chains of Trust in respect of authentication, authorization, and privilege management, either intrinsically or by interfacing with relevant external services.
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Child Welfare, Parents and Guardians and Family Relationship Data, Patient Identifier, Patient Portals - PHR, Prenatal Screening, School-Based Linkages, Security...
Child Welfare, Parents and Guardians and Family Relationship Data, Patient Identifier, Patient Portals - PHR, Prenatal Screening, School-Based Linkages, Security and Confidentiality
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Req-574Patient Access Management2013 Format
STATEMENT: Enable a healthcare delivery organization to allow and manage a patient's access to the patient's personal health information.
DESCRIPTION: A healthcare delivery organization will be able to manage a patient's ability to view his...
STATEMENT: Enable a healthcare delivery organization to allow and manage a patient's access to the patient's personal health information.
DESCRIPTION: A healthcare delivery organization will be able to manage a patient's ability to view his or her EHR based on scope of practice, organization policy or jurisdictional law. Typically, a patient has the right to view his or her EHR and the right to place restrictions on who can view parts or the whole of that EHR. For example, in some jurisdictions, minors have the right to restrict access to their data by parents/guardians.
One example of managing a patient's access to his or her data is by extending user access controls to patients.
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Patient Portals - PHR, School-Based Linkages, Security and ConfidentialityFunctionno
Req-1053Access & Interoperability2013 FormatAccess and interoperability refers to the ability of school-based systems to provide access to and/or bi-directional sharing of data with external systems in standard formats.School-Based LinkagesFunctionno
Req-1054FERPA compliance2013 FormatThe system SHALL comply with Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA rules.School-Based LinkagesNormative Statementsno
Req-1055Access to child's medical records2013 FormatThe system SHALL enable appropriate access to the child's medical record to school-based clinicians.School-Based LinkagesNormative Statementsno
Req-1056Access to school-based health record2013 FormatThe system SHOULD enable appropriate access to the school-based health record for requesting providers and SHALL capture, where necessary, parent/guardian authorization to share data in the record, with adequate specificity as to what information is allowed to be shared, with which caregivers (both clinical and non-clinical and for what purpose.School-Based LinkagesNormative Statementsno
Req-1094Personal Health Record Access2013 Format
A personal health record (PHR for children is a significantly complex issue, but one that must have a perfunctory overview in the child EHR specifications. The PHR allows a person, in this case child or...
A personal health record (PHR for children is a significantly complex issue, but one that must have a perfunctory overview in the child EHR specifications. The PHR allows a person, in this case child or parent, to view their clinical history as aggregated from many sources and must be compliant with the appropriate statutes (federal, state and local In addition to the viewing of their history, users of a PHR can enter their own data as they deem pertinent. These data can range from social history to over the counter medications.

The PHR should be accessible by the child, parents, guardians, caregivers and other consumers to enable assessment of compliance with school or leisure activity requirements. This multiple person access requirements must be managed within legal and appropriate security constraints.
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Patient Portals - PHR, School-Based Linkages, Security and ConfidentialityFunctionno
Req-1095Transferrable access authority2013 FormatThe system SHALL provide a mechanism to enable access control that allows a transferrable access authority.Patient Portals - PHR, School-Based Linkages, Security and ConfidentialityNormative Statementsno
Req-2026Transferrable access authority2015 Priority ListThe system shall provide a mechanism to enable access control that allows a transferrable access authority, e.g., to address change in guardian, child reaching age of maturity, etc..Patient Portals - PHR, Security and Confidentiality, School-Based LinkagesNormative Statementyes
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