Providing Patient-Specific Assessments and Recommendations Based on Patient Data for Clinical Decision Support

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Type Standard / Implementation Specification Standards Process Maturity Implementation Maturity Adoption Level Federally required Cost Test Tool Availability
Standard
Balloted Draft
Pilot
Rating 1
No
Free
No
Implementation Specification
Balloted Draft
Pilot
Rating 1
No
Free
No
Standard
Balloted Draft
Pilot
Rating 2
No
Free
No
Standard
Balloted Draft
Pilot
Rating 3
No
Free
Yes
Emerging Implementation Specification
Balloted Draft
Pilot
Rating 2
No
Free
Yes
Emerging Implementation Specification
Balloted Draft
Pilot
Rating 1
No
Free
No
Limitations, Dependencies, and Preconditions for Consideration Applicable Value Set(s) and Starter Set(s)
  • FHIR Resources are in various stages of maturity. Please refer to the FHIR website for updates on specific profiles and their progress. The FHIR Maturity Model and each of the levels is described on the HL7 wiki.

  • See FHIR & IHE projects in the Interoperability Proving Ground.
  • System Authentication - The information and process necessary to authenticate the systems involved.
  • Recipient Encryption - the message and health information are encrypted for the intended user.
  • Sender Signature – details that are necessary to identity of the individual sending the message.
  • Secure Communication – create a secure channel for client-to- serve and server-to-server communication.
  • Secure Message Router – securely route and enforce policy on inbound and outbound messages without interruption of delivery.
  • Security Labeling – the health information is labeled with security metadata necessary for access control by the end user.

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