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Req-89Prompts for local neonatal screening2013 FormatThe system SHALL have the ability to prompt the care provider to perform all locally required neonatal screening tests.Newborn ScreeningNormative Statementsno
Req-90Neonatal screening education2013 FormatThe system SHOULD provide prompting, documentation of teaching, and education materials about neonatal screening for parents and guardians.Newborn ScreeningNormative Statementsno
Req-93Birth date format2013 FormatThe system SHALL record Birth Date (MM:DD:YYYYBirth InformationNormative Statementsno
Req-94Birth order: familial rank2013 FormatThe system SHOULD have the ability to record Birth Order (Familial RankBirth Information, Patient IdentifierNormative Statementsno
Req-95Link maternal and birth data to child health record2013 FormatThe system SHALL provide for the linking or recording of maternal and birth data to the child health record. Examples: maternal social history, maternal prenatal results, and gravida/para (GPBirth InformationNormative Statementsno
Req-96Storage of completed clearance forms2013 FormatThe system SHALL provide for the storage of completed clearance forms for individual patients from various agencies, e.g., School District or youth organizations.Activity ClearanceNormative Statementsno
Req-97Sport/Activity-specific exams2013 Format
The system SHALL allow for sport- or activity-specific examinations as outlined by groups such as the American Heart Association (AHA American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP and American Medical Association (AMA For example, supporting the inclusion...
The system SHALL allow for sport- or activity-specific examinations as outlined by groups such as the American Heart Association (AHA American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP and American Medical Association (AMA For example, supporting the inclusion of an EKG for participants in contact sports such as football. These data SHOULD be stored as distinct data elements.
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Activity ClearanceNormative Statementsno
Req-98Prompts for safety interventions2013 FormatThe system SHOULD prompt the care provider to recommend specific safety interventions such as warm-up exercises and or equipment based on sport or activity.Activity ClearanceNormative Statementsno
Req-99Nutritional status analysis2013 FormatThe system SHOULD allow for nutritional status analysis during activity clearance examinations.Activity ClearanceNormative Statementsno
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-103Care Management2013 Format
Care Management functions are those directly used by providers as they deliver patient care and create an electronic health record. The Record Management (Req-106 functions address the mechanics of creating a...
Care Management functions are those directly used by providers as they deliver patient care and create an electronic health record. The Record Management (Req-106 functions address the mechanics of creating a health record and concepts such as a single logical health record, managing patient demographics, and managing externally generated (including patient originated health data. Thereafter, The additional Care Management functions follow a fairly typical flow of patient care activities and corresponding data, starting with managing the patient history and progressing through consents, assessments, care plans, orders, results etc.

Integral to these care management activities is an underlying system foundation that maintains the privacy, security, and integrity of the captured health information - the information infrastructure of the EHR-S. Throughout the DC functions, conformance criteria formalize the relationships to Information Infrastructure functions. Criteria that apply to all Care Management functions are listed in this header (see Conformance Clause page six for discussion of "inherited" conformance criteria

In the Direct Care functions there are times when actions/activities related to "patients" are also applicable to the patient representative. Therefore, in this section, the term "patient" could refer to the patient and/or the patient's personal representative (e.g. guardian, surrogate
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Activity Clearance, Birth Information, Child Abuse Reporting, Child Welfare, Children with Special Healthcare Needs, EPSDT, Genetic information, Growth Data, Immunizations,...
Activity Clearance, Birth Information, Child Abuse Reporting, Child Welfare, Children with Special Healthcare Needs, EPSDT, Genetic information, Growth Data, Immunizations, Medication Management, Newborn Screening, Parents and Guardians and Family Relationship Data, Patient Identifier, Patient Portals - PHR, Prenatal Screening, Primary Care Management, Quality Measures, Registry Linkages, Security and Confidentiality, Special Terminology and Information, Specialized Scales/Scoring, Well Child/Preventive Care
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Req-104Data and Documentation From External Sources2013 FormatExternal sources are those outside the EHR system, including clinical, administrative, and financial information systems, other EHR systems, PHR systems, and data received through health information exchange networks.Birth Information, Parents and Guardians and Family Relationship Data, Patient Portals - PHRHeaderno
Req-106Record Management2013 Format
For those functions related to data capture, data may be captured using standardized code sets or nomenclature, depending on the nature of the data, or captured as unstructured data. Care-setting dependent data is entered by...
For those functions related to data capture, data may be captured using standardized code sets or nomenclature, depending on the nature of the data, or captured as unstructured data. Care-setting dependent data is entered by a variety of caregivers. Details of who entered data and when it was captured should be tracked. Data may also be captured from devices or other tele-health applications.
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Birth Information, Child Welfare, Genetic information, Growth Data, Immunizations, Parents and Guardians and Family Relationship Data, Patient Identifier, Patient Portals...
Birth Information, Child Welfare, Genetic information, Growth Data, Immunizations, Parents and Guardians and Family Relationship Data, Patient Identifier, Patient Portals - PHR, Prenatal Screening, Primary Care Management, Well Child/Preventive Care
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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-108Support for Health Maintenance: Preventive Care and Wellness2013 FormatSystem supports Preventive Care and Wellness aspects of health maintenance.Activity Clearance, EPSDT, Newborn Screening, Patient Portals - PHR, Primary Care Management, Well Child/Preventive CareHeaderno
Req-109Support for Population Health2013 FormatSystem supports Population Health.Children with Special Healthcare Needs, Well Child/Preventive CareHeaderno
Req-110Capture patient vital signs2013 Format
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Growth DataNormative Statementsyes
Req-111Statistics for growth chart data2013 Format
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Growth DataNormative Statementsno
Req-112Normative values for growth chart data2013 FormatThe system SHOULD calculate and display average weight for age, average height for age, and ideal/target weight for height (e.g. Waterlow methodGrowth DataNormative Statementsno
Req-113Indicate information collected at Point of Care2013 FormatThe system SHOULD indicate point of care of collected measures and/or allow filtering of values by point(s of care.Growth DataNormative Statementsno
Req-115Childhood obesity statistics2013 FormatSystem MAY store and display waist circumference and hip circumference and calculate/display waist to hip ratio in patients identified with obesity or cardiovascular risk.Growth DataNormative Statementsno
Req-116Select growth data reference standards2013 FormatThe system SHALL allow user selection of appropriate reference standards (e.g. CDC, WHO, Down's, or Turner's Syndrome display corresponding growth reference percentile curves/calculations, and denote the growth reference used in calculation and display.Growth DataNormative Statementsyes
Req-117Calculate growth velocity2013 FormatThe system SHOULD calculate growth velocity between two points on the growth chart selected by the user.Growth DataNormative Statementsno
Req-118Support for growth data assessment and planning2013 FormatThe system SHOULD provide access to display and print accepted anthropometry procedure standards/training; provider/layperson growth chart interpretation guides; and related disease management guidelines.Growth DataNormative Statementsno
Req-119Documentation for patient educational material2013 FormatThe system SHALL provide the ability to document that the educational material was reviewed with the patient and/or patient representative and their comprehension of the material.Growth DataNormative Statementsno
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