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HL7 Announces Industry’s First Electronic Health Record System (EHR-S

electronic records,” said Dougherty. “The EHR-S contains functions that help providers maintain a legal EHR for business, regulatory and accreditation purposes."

EHR-S Standard Provides Critical Foundation for Long-Term Care

The long-term care provider community, serving an estimated 3 million frail and elderly patients annually, is a complex mix of private and public enterprises that are heavily regulated and primarily financed by Medicare and Medicaid programs. This provider community is impacted by rising healthcare costs and other challenges that make it difficult to adopt and advance health information technology.

The HL7 EHR Functional Model provides the critical foundation for the long-term care community to move forward in defining requirements and expectations for EHR systems in this vital component of our nation’s health delivery system. Functionality from the model will be refined, through a consensus process, into a Long-Term Care Functional Profile that reflects the unique mandates and practices of the long-term care setting. This end product will be an invaluable tool as LTC providers and IT vendors work to advance technology that enhances: patient safety; quality of care; efficiency; and continuity of care as patients move between health care settings.

Emergency Care Environments and Disaster Planning Benefit from HL7’s EHR-S Standard

The HL7 Emergency Care Special Interest Group has developed an Emergency Care Functional Profile for Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS), which has been derived from the HL7 EHR-S Functional Model. This profile is not only critical for the integration of Emergency Departments (ED) into the developing national health information network, but is also needed for handling regional disasters such as Katrina. The standard will facilitate solutions to underlying ED operational problems such as overcrowding, ambulance diversion and shortage o
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