Measures for Electronic Health Records - Recommended Social and Behavioral Domains

Measures for Electronic Health Records - Recommended Social and Behavioral Domains

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Description: In this medical presentation show the measurement of health record with digital device. The Institute of Medicine’s Committee on Recommended Social and Behavioral Domains and Measures for Electronic Health Records will identify domains and measures that capture the social determinants of health to inform the development of recommendations for Stage 3 meaningful use of electronic health records (EHRs). Lessons Learned from IOM Recommendations for capturing Race, Ethnicity, and Language Data What could be Improved?People who needed the guidance did not get the guidance.

There are many data elements which are most undefined and / or not in a structured form (e.g., fluency), Patients, who must provide most of the data, may be reluctant to share it(e.g., household income, risky behaviors, etc.), Some data elements require data capture tools that may be under copyright, and require license fees (e.g., SF36) , Providers must understand the rationale for data collection to implement a quality data collection process, Some of the data elements are collected and / or used in other domains, requiring consensus on data standardization requirements, Data exchange standards, such as for transitions of care (Consolidated CDA), e.g., social history, behavioral health history, etc. Quality Measurement, such as OASIS and more, Health risk assessments.

Author: Charlene Underwood MBA FHIMSS (Fellow) | Visits: 1615 | Page Views: 1689
Domain:  Medicine Category: Practice Mngmnt Subcategory: Digital Health 
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