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2015 Interoperability Standards Advisory

Section I: Best Available Vocabulary/Code Set/Terminology Standards and Implementation Specifications

Purpose
(listed alphabetically)
Standard(s)Implementation
Specification(s)
Allergy reactions SNOMED-CT  
Care team member (health care provider) National Provider Identifier (NPI)  
Ethnicity [See Question #5-6]
[R] OMB standards for Maintaining, Collecting, and Presenting Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity, Statistical Policy Directive No. 15, Oct 30, 1997
 
Encounter diagnosis [R] SNOMED-CT  
[See Question #5-7]
[R] ICD-10-CM
 
Family health history [R] SNOMED-CT  
Food allergies [See Question #5-8]  
Functioning and disability [See Question #5-9]  
Gender identity SNOMED-CT  
Immunizations - Historical [See Question #5-10]
[R] HL7 Standard Code Set CVX—Clinical Vaccines Administered
MVX (Manufacturing Vaccine Formulation)
 
Immunizations - Administered [See Question #5-11]
National Drug Codes (NDC)
 
Industry and occupation [See Question #5-12]  
Lab tests [R] LOINC  
Medications [R] RxNorm  
Medication allergies [R] RxNorm  
Numerical references and values The Unified Code of Units of Measure  
Patient “problems” (i.e., conditions) [R] SNOMED-CT  
Preferred language ISO 639-1  
[R] ISO 639-2  
ISO 639-3  
RFC 5646  
Procedures (dental) [R] Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature (CDT)  
Procedures (medical) [R] SNOMED-CT  
[R] the combination of CPT-4/HCPCS  
[R] ICD-10-PCS  
Race [R] OMB standards for Maintaining, Collecting, and Presenting Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity, Statistical Policy Directive No. 15, Oct 30, 1997.  
Radiology (interventions and procedures) RadLex  
Sex HL7 Version 3 Value Set for Administrative Gender  
Sexual orientation SNOMED-CT  
Smoking status [R] SNOMED-CT  
Unique device identification [R] Unique device identifier as defined by the Food and Drug Administration at 21 CFR 830.3  
Vital signs LOINC  

 

 

 

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