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Register your intent to submit data to the Oregon Public Health Division

Oregon providers that intend to submit data to the Oregon Public Health Division to meet the혻public health objectives for혻Meaningful Use (MU)혻are required to register their intent within 60 days of the start of their reporting period. Providers that have achieved ongoing submission prior to Stage 2 are not required to register. To register, click here.혻혻


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) specifies the criteria that eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals (EHs), and critical access hospitals (CAHs) must meet in order to continue to participate in the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs. To receive an EHR incentive payment, providers must demonstrate that they are meaningfully using their EHRs to improve patient care.혻For more information on the CMS EHR incentive program, visit www.cms.gov/EHRIncentivePrograms, or visit the Oregon Medicaid EHR Incentive Program to apply.

The table below describes the measures that can be met under the Public Health혻objective in Oregon.혻To meet any measure혻providers must be actively engaged in the onboarding process, which can혻be demonstrated혻by any of the following:혻registration of혻intent,혻message testing혻and validation,혻ongoing submission of production혻messages. Click on the links within the table to navigate to each program and its resources.

?????뗢€딢ligible Pro?땏essionals
Modified Stage 2 Standards ?딢xclusion

Immunization Registry

ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS)

Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission.

ALERT IIS HL7 v2.5.1

CVX혻(Data content)

?딶roviders that do not administer immunizations are excluded from this measure.

Syndromic Surveillance

Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission

HL7 v2.5.1
ADT Message types A01, A03, A04 and A08
PHIN Vocabulary Standards

??span>Oregon혻is not accepting syndromic surveillance data from EPs until January 1, 2017. Only data from Urgent Care settings will be accepted at this time.

Specialized Registries

??span>Oregon State Cancer Registry (OSCaR)

??span>Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission. ?딫L7 CDA, Release 2
LOINC (Data content)
SNOMED (Data content)
?뗢€딶roviders that do not treat or diagnose cancer혻are excluded from this measure.
Providers that submit data to their hospital tumor registry are excluded from this measure (OSCaR is unable to accept data from these providers at this time).
Blood Lead Reporting (ELR)
Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission
??span>HL7 v2.5.1
LOINC (Data content)
SNOMED (Data content)
?딶roviders that do not test for blood lead levels are excluded from this measure.

Communicable Disease Reporting (ELR)

??span>Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission. ??span>HL7 v2.5.1
LOINC (Data content)
SNOMED (Data content)
?딶roviders that do not혻use perform in-house tests are excluded from this measure.

??a href="http://www.orpdmp.com/">Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)

?딹egister intent, have an active account with PDMP, perform at least one query during the reporting period


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?딶roviders that do not prescribe are excluded from this measure.

?딢ligible Hospitals
Modified Stage 2 Standards ??/th>
Immunization Registry
Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission
ALERT IIS HL7 v2.5.1
CVX혻(Data content)

Syndromic Surveillance

Oregon ESSENCE

Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission
HL7 v2.5.1
ADT Message types A01, A03, A04 and A08
PHIN Vocabulary Standards
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Electronic Lab Reporting
Register혻intent,혻be actively engaged in the onboarding process,혻or achieve혻ongoing submission HL7 v2.5.1
LOINC (Data content)
SNOMED (Data content)

Specialized Registries
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National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN)
Register intent, submit monthly R1 Normative Antimicrobial Use Summary, Antimicrobial Resistance Event, and Antimicrobial Resistance Summary reports directly to NHSN HL7 Implementation Guide for CDA 짰 Release 2?봍evel 3: Healthcare Associated Infection Reports, Release 1?봘S Realm?볾ugust 2013



FAQs

  1. Can I get documentation that I am excluded from submitting data to a particular program?
      • Yes, you can print this page. This page serves as the official declaration of readiness for the Oregon Public Health Division.
  2. It looks like I'm excluded from sending any data to the Oregon Public Health Division (I don't give shots, I don't test for lead, I don't treat cancer, and I don't have an in-house laboratory!), where else do I have to look to find a specialized registry?
      • CMS says as long as you check with the state public health authority and with your specialty society, you have done your due diligence. Refer to the CMS FAQ #13657 for details.
      • Still confused? For more information on exclusions, please visit the CMS FAQ page.
  3. How do I submit my data?
      • The recommended transport method for immunization reporting is via SOAP web-service. For other methods, contact the immunization program.
      • The only acceptable transport method for syndromic surveillance at this time is secure FTP.
      • Submission of ELR혻or Lead data can be done by혻either secure FTP or PHIN-MS.
      • Submission of Cancer data is done via upload to WebPlus.
      • Visit each program's web page for more information.
  4. Can I get documentation that I've submitted a test or have achieved ongoing submission?
      • For immunization reporting, the HL7 testing tool provides documentation via email and logs test results which can be accessed at any time. For ongoing submitters, the혻HL7 ACK message혻serves as documentation of submission.
      • For PDMP, print out a patient query record and redact identifying patient information (e.g., name, date of birth, and address).
      • All other programs will provide a letter of status at the conclusion of your reporting period.

Computerized Entry of Laboratory Orders and Incorporation of Laboratory Results

Computerized order entry of laboratory tests and incorporation of clinical laboratory results are required MU objectives in Stage 2. This objective is distinct from the recognized Public Health MU objectives described above and does not count toward meeting the requirement for submission to Public Health. Further, while the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL) is working to prioritize these interfaces, they have limited capacity to develop them. For that reason, you may not be able to establish an interface with OSPHL within your reporting period and instead may need to interface with another organization for MU purposes. For more information on interfacing with OSPHL, please visit their website.