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NCPDP Comments

  1. Substance use fields are available in NCPDP SCRIPT Standard Version 2017071 to allow tobacco use information to be transmitted via SNOMED codes
  2. Add the following:
Type-Implementation Specification Standard Implementation/Specification- NCPDP SCRIPT Standard, Implementation Guide, Version 2017071 Standards Process Maturity – Final Implementation Maturity- Production Adoption Level – 5 Federally Required – Yes Cost – $ Test Tool Availability – Yes
  1. Include Test Tool Link: https://tools.ncpdp.org/erx/#/home

WA State Department of Health Tobacco/Smoking/Vaping Comments

In 2018, e-cigarette products with nicotine concentrations of five percent or greater comprised approximately two-thirds of the e-cigarette market, while zero-nicotine products accounted for less than one percent.[1] To more accurately assess nicotine intake and potential nicotine dependence among patients, Washington State Department of Health recommends distinguishing e-cigarette use by nicotine concentration, rather than e-cigarette liquid with nicotine versus e-cigarette liquid without nicotine. Additionally, Washington State Department of Health concurs with the recommendation submitted on September 19, 2018 by Dr. Michael Fiore and Robert Adsit to implement non-overlapping values for smoking status. [1] Romberg AR, Miller Lo EJ, Cuccia AF, Willet JG, Xiao H, Hair EC . . . King BA (2019). Patterns of nicotine concentrations in electronic cigarettes sold in the United States, 2013-2018, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 203, 1-7. doi:10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2019.05.029.

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