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Electronic Health Record The collaborative development of a standard Presented by Ladan Jalali
© HL7, 2003 EHR Functional Model Building the foundation of the EHR Standard
© HL7, 2003 EHR Functional Model :: Defined Functions are the prime elements of the EHR Standard. There are three “groupings” of functions. Care Settings define the environment of care in which the functions are applied within the EHR. (Country Specific) Priorities represent the requirements for each function to be applied, in time, for the EHR based on care setting and realm.
© HL7, 2003 EHR Model Elements :: Functions Direct Care: EHR-S functions used for providing direct health care to, or direct self-care for, one or more persons. Supportive: EHR-S functions that most frequently use existing EHR data to support the management of health care services and organizations Information Infrastructure: Critical backbone elements of Security, Privacy, Interoperability, Registry, and Vocabulary. Functional Groups
© HL7, 2003 EHR Model Elements :: Priority Essential/Now - available immediately Essential/Future - available later Optional - desirable, supplemental, etc… Not Applicable – within care setting or realm
© HL7, 2003 International Realm Specific Application of the EHR Model Globally
© HL7, 2003 EHR Model Elements :: Care Settings Hospital General Practice Care in the Community Personal Care/Self Care Nursing Home
© HL7, 2003 HL7 US Application of the EHR Model Globally
© HL7, 2003 HL7 US HL7 Australia Slide Title
© HL7, 2003 HL7 US HL7 Australia HL7 Canada Application of the EHR Model Globally
© HL7, 2003 HL7 US HL7 Australia HL7 Canada HL7 UK Application of the EHR Model Globally
© HL7, 2003 Summary Realm Care Setting Functional Group Function Priority
© HL7, 2003 Self care Secondary care Primary care Care settings AmbulatoryEmergencyInpatient Community clinic Office based Home Distance support Nursing home Hospice Mobile Hospital
© HL7, 2003 Self Care Primary Care Acute care Care settings AmbulatoryEmergencyInpatient Community clinic Office based Wellness – Health Distance support Nursing home Hospice Mobile (ambulance) Hospital Home Health Care
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