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Req-2013Alert based on age-specific norms2015 Priority List
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Well Child/Preventive Care, Primary Care ManagementNormative Statementyes
Req-2020Physical exam screening results2015 Priority ListThe system shall allow documentation of the presence or absence of pediatric age- and sex-specific physical exam findings.Well Child/Preventive Care, EPSDTNormative Statementyes
Req-100Geographic locations visited2013 FormatThe system SHOULD record geographic areas visited by the patient for use in cases of vector-borne epidemiology.Well Child/Preventive CareNormative Statementsno
Req-124Support for Identification of Potential Problems and Trends2013 Format
Identify trends that may lead to significant problems, and provide prompts for consideration.
When personal health information is collected directly during a patient visit, input by the patient, or acquired from an external source (lab...
Identify trends that may lead to significant problems, and provide prompts for consideration.
When personal health information is collected directly during a patient visit, input by the patient, or acquired from an external source (lab results it is important to be able to identify potential problems and trends that may be patient-specific, given the individual's personal health profile, or changes warranting further assessment. For example: significant trends (lab results, weight a decrease in creatinine clearance for a patient on metformin, an abnormal increase in INR for a patient on warfarin, an increase in suicidal ideation; presence of methamphetamines; or absence of therapeutic levels of antidepressants.
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Req-434Targeted patient education materials after screening2013 FormatThe system SHOULD provide access to targeted patient education materials when screening triggers specialist or early-intervention program referral.Well Child/Preventive CareNormative Statementsno
Req-429Screening tool status2013 FormatThe system SHALL capture the administration, completion, and evaluation of screening tools.Well Child/Preventive CareNormative Statementsno
Req-563Clinical Task Assignment and Routing2013 Format
STATEMENT: Assignment, delegation and/or transmission of tasks to the appropriate parties.
DESCRIPTION: Tasks are at all times assigned to at least one user or role for disposition. Whether the task is assignable and to whom...
STATEMENT: Assignment, delegation and/or transmission of tasks to the appropriate parties.
DESCRIPTION: Tasks are at all times assigned to at least one user or role for disposition. Whether the task is assignable and to whom the task can be assigned will be determined by the specific needs of practitioners in a care setting. Task-assignment lists help users prioritize and complete assigned tasks. For example, after receiving communication (e.g. a phone call or e-mail from a patient, the triage nurse routes or assigns a task to return the patient's call to the physician who is on call. Task creation and assignment may be automated, where appropriate. An example of a system-triggered task is when lab results are received electronically; a task to review the result is automatically generated and assigned to a clinician. Task assignment ensures that all tasks are disposed of by the appropriate person or role and allows efficient interaction of entities in the care process.
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Req-562Support for Knowledge Access2013 FormatSystem supports Knowledge Access.Well Child/Preventive CareHeaderno
Req-561Patient Knowledge Access2013 Format
STATEMENT: Provide the ability to access reliable information about wellness, disease management, treatments, peer support groups and related information that is relevant for a specific patient.
DESCRIPTION: An individual will be able to find reliable...
STATEMENT: Provide the ability to access reliable information about wellness, disease management, treatments, peer support groups and related information that is relevant for a specific patient.
DESCRIPTION: An individual will be able to find reliable information to research a health question, follow up from a clinical visit, identify treatment options, or other health information needs. The information may be linked directly from entries in the health record, or may be accessed through other means such as key word search. The information may be provided as part of the EHR system but may also include patient information from external databases or specific websites.
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Req-571Outcome Measures and Analysis2013 Format
STATEMENT: Support the capture and subsequent export or retrieval of data necessary for the reporting on patient outcome of care by population, facility, provider or community.
DESCRIPTION: Many regions require regular reporting on the healthcare...
STATEMENT: Support the capture and subsequent export or retrieval of data necessary for the reporting on patient outcome of care by population, facility, provider or community.
DESCRIPTION: Many regions require regular reporting on the healthcare provided to individuals and populations. The system needs to provide the report generating capability to easily create these reports or provide for the export of data to external report generating software. The system may also provide the functionality to prompt for the collection of necessary information at the appropriate time in a patient encounter if such collection need can be properly defined in a supportive workflow.
e.g. Requesting specific information for reporting of emergency services such as gun shot, suspected abuse, communicable diseases etc., or for the collection of additional research data for specific a specific diagnosis.
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