Approved by Utah Health Information Network’s Standards Committee:

The following standards have been approved for use by health care providers, third-party payers, and clinical laboratories by the Utah Health Information Network’s Standards Committee:

  1. Discharge Summary v2.0, March 4, 2009;
  2. History and Physical v2.0, March 4, 2009;
  3. Chief Complaint v2.0, March 15, 2009;
  4. Operative Report v2.0, June 15, 2009;
  5. Clinical Acknowledgement and Error Status v2.0, June 15, 2009;
  6. Laboratory Test Result Identifiers v2.0, September 5.2009;
  7. Clinical Laboratory Results v2.0, September 30, 2009;
  8. Radiology Report v2.0, June 21, 2010.;
  9. Clinical Laboratory Orders v2.0, December 03, 2010;
  10. Immunization Standard v2.0, March 02, 2011;
  11. Laboratory Test Compendium Standard v2.0, December 03, 2010;
  12. Laboratory Billing Compendium Standard v2.0, December 03, 2010, which are incorporated by references.

Approved by ThSisU advisory committee and Utah Digital Health Service Commission for sharing identity information.

The following standards have been approved by the ThSisU advisory committee and the Utah Digital Health Service Commission for sharing identity information:

  1. Cross Community Patient Discovery (XCPD)
  2. Cross Enterprise Document Sharing (XDS)
  3. Patient Identity Cross Reference (PIX)
  4. Patient Demographic Query (PDQ)

The ThSisU advisory committee is authorized by these laws and rules:

Utah Code Title 26 Chapter 1 Section 30 Powers and duties of department
Utah Administrative Rule R380-77 Coordination of patient identification and validation services

FHIR and SMART on FHIR standards and Implementation Guide:

FHIR is a standard for health care data exchange, published by HL7
http://www.hl7.org/fhir/documentation.html

Laws

  • Title 26 Chapter 09f–Utah Digital Health Service Commission Act
  • Title 26 Chapter 01 Section 37–Duty to establish standards for electronic exchange of clinical health information
  • Title 26 Chapter 01 Section 30 (30) establish methods or measures for health care providers, public health entities, and health care insurers to coordinate among themselves to verify the identity of the individuals they serve

Administrative Rules

  • Administrative Rule R380-70–Standards for Electronic Exchange of Clinical Health Information
  • DRAFT Administrative Rule R380-77–Coordination of Patient Identification and Validation Services [Under Public Comment Period]

Standards

  • Electronic Data Interchange Standards, Clinical Laboratory Results v2.0, September 30, 2009
  • Standard Submission Letter from Jan Root, Ph.D., Executive Director, Utah Health Information Network