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* Participation in an Immunization Information System (IIS) automates workflows of clinicians, saving time and reducing potential for data entry errors.
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* Provides a "yellow card" for parents and guardians of minors, reducing friction associated with acquiring child immunization records for purposes such as school enrollment.
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* Availability of immunization data in a patient's Personal Health Record (PHR) account, providing opportunities for the patient to better manage their own healthcare.
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* Integration with an immunization forecasting service that accepts the IC document as a payload to facilitate automated immunization recommendations.
  
 
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This profile covers document-based workflows involving Content Creator and Content Consumer as well as message-based workflows utilized in clinical decision support scenarios. In the latter the Content Creator and Content Consumer actors are grouped with the Care Manager and Decision Support actors of the Request for Clinical Guidance (RCG) profile.
  
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# A Care Manager Actor acquires the medical and immunization history of a patient.
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# The Care Manager Actor submits the relevant portions of this medical history along with the complete immunization history to the Decision Support Service using PCC-12 Request for Clinical Guidance Transaction.
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# The Decision Support Service processes the result and returns a response to the Care Manager Actor in that same transaction.
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# The care manager then applies the return information. How this information is used by the care manager is out of scope of this profile.
  
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'''Actors & Transactions:'''
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==Systems Affected==
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* EHR Systems
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* Immunization Registry Systems
  
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'''Documents:'''  
 
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[http://ihe.net/Technical_Frameworks/#pcc IHE PCC Technical Framework]
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:* Vol. 1 - Section 6
 
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:* Vol. 2 - Section 6.3.1.10
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'''Underlying Standards:'''
 
'''Underlying Standards:'''
  
:* HL7 CDAR2
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:* HL7 CDA Release 2.0
  
 
==See Also==
 
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'''Related Profiles'''
 
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*[[Document Sharing]]
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* Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing (XDS)
 
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* Cross-Enterprise Reliable Document Interchange (XDR)
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* Notification of Availability (NAV)
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* Document Digital Signature (DSG)
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'''Consumer Information'''
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The [[Profile FAQ Template]] answers typical questions about what the Profile does.  ''<Replace the link with a link to the actual FAQ page for the Profile>''
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'''Implementer Information'''
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'''Reference Articles'''
 
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* [http://www.iheusa.org/docs/PMASuccessStorywithIHEProfiles_000.pdf Meaningful Use Immunization Reporting Success Story: San Diego Immunization Registry]
 
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Latest revision as of 09:19, 30 October 2017

The Immunization Content Profile describes the content and format of documents for exchange of immunization data.

Summary

The Immunization Content Profile provides a standard document to exchange immunization data among multiple systems belonging to a single or multiple organizations. Common data formats are providing to exchange immunization data only as well as exchanging immunization data along with medical summary data to provide information to care givers that is relevant to the overall care of a patient related to immunizations. The systems between which data is shared often include Electronic Health Record systems (EHRs), Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), and Personal Health Records (PHRs).


PCC IC diagram.png

Benefits

  • Participation in an Immunization Information System (IIS) automates workflows of clinicians, saving time and reducing potential for data entry errors.
  • Provides a "yellow card" for parents and guardians of minors, reducing friction associated with acquiring child immunization records for purposes such as school enrollment.
  • Availability of immunization data in a patient's Personal Health Record (PHR) account, providing opportunities for the patient to better manage their own healthcare.
  • Integration with an immunization forecasting service that accepts the IC document as a payload to facilitate automated immunization recommendations.

Details

This profile covers document-based workflows involving Content Creator and Content Consumer as well as message-based workflows utilized in clinical decision support scenarios. In the latter the Content Creator and Content Consumer actors are grouped with the Care Manager and Decision Support actors of the Request for Clinical Guidance (RCG) profile.


  1. A Care Manager Actor acquires the medical and immunization history of a patient.
  2. The Care Manager Actor submits the relevant portions of this medical history along with the complete immunization history to the Decision Support Service using PCC-12 Request for Clinical Guidance Transaction.
  3. The Decision Support Service processes the result and returns a response to the Care Manager Actor in that same transaction.
  4. The care manager then applies the return information. How this information is used by the care manager is out of scope of this profile.

ICProcessFlow.png

Systems Affected

  • EHR Systems
  • Immunization Registry Systems

Actors

PCC Share Content Diagram.png

Specification

Profile Status: Final Text

Documents: IHE PCC Technical Framework

  • Vol. 1 - Section 6
  • Vol. 2 - Section 6.3.1.10

Underlying Standards:

  • HL7 CDA Release 2.0

See Also

Related Profiles

  • Document Sharing
  • Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing (XDS)
  • Cross-Enterprise Reliable Document Interchange (XDR)
  • Cross-Enterprise Document Media Interchange (XDM)
  • Request for Clinical Guidance (RCG)
  • Notification of Availability (NAV)
  • Document Digital Signature (DSG)

Reference Articles


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