Query for Existing Data Profile

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Summary

The Query for Existing Data Profile (QED) supports dynamic web services style queries for clinical data, including vital signs, problems, medications, immunizations, diagnostic results, procedures and visit history.

Benefits

A wide variety of systems often need access to dynamic clinical information stored and maintained in an EMR system or other clinical data repository. This profile makes the information widely available to other systems within and across enterprises to support provision of better clinical care. The information made available by this profile can be used to support clinical care, quality reporting, financial transactions, public health reporting, clinical trials, drug interaction checking, and patient qualification for various protocols.

Referenced Standards

CareRecordHL7 Care Provision Care Record (DSTU)
HL7QIHL7 Version 3 Standard: Infrastructure Management – Query Infrastrucure
HL7WSHL7 Version 3 Standard: Transport Specification - Web Services Profile, Release
SOAPSimple Object Access Protocol Version 1.1 (SOAP 1.1)
SOAP12Simple Object Access Protocol Version 1.2 (SOAP 1.2)


Systems Affected

  • Hospital Clinical Information Systems
  • Ambulatory EMR's
  • Reference Lab Systems
  • Pharmacy Systems
  • Disease and Immunization Registries

Transactions

Query for Existing Data Actor Diagram
Actor Name Optionality Transaction
Query for Existing Data Actors and Transactions
Clinical Data Consumer Query Existing Data R PCC-1
Clinical Data Source Query Existing Data R PCC-1
Actor Option
Query for Existing Data Options
Clinical Data Source Vital Signs Option (1)
Problems and Allergies Option (1)
Diagnostic Data Option (1)
Medications Option (1)
Immunizations Option (1)
Professional Services Option (1)
Clinical Data Consumer Vital Signs Option (1)
Problems and Allergies Option (1)
Diagnostic Data Option (1)
Medications Option (1)
Immunizations Option (1)
Professional Services Option (1)

(1) At least one of these options shall be supported by the Actor

Status

Profile Status: Trial Implementation

See Also

The Patient Care Coordination Framework is the official master document for this Profile.

[1] American College of Physicians Diabetes Portal, 2000-2008, American College of Physicians

[2] Priority Areas for National Action, Transforming Healthcare Quality, 2003, Institute of Medicine

[3] Using Computerised Registries in Chronic Disease Care, February 2004, California HealthCare Foundation

[4] Global Guideline for Type 2 Diabetes, 2005, International Diabetes Federation, ISBN 2-930229-43-8

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