Clinical Exchange Document (CED)™ is a term we use at Allscripts to cover the multitude of standards-based, XML-format documents that are interoperable in healthcare exchanges. To improve their “meaningful usefulness,” the HL7 Structured Document Workgroup launched a short survey, which will gather feedback from providers about what data is most relevant and pertinent to them. Widespread use and variation of CED With Meaningful Use, providers have used CED (in the form of C-CDA) more frequently to exchange content between healthcare sites and providers. The Certification Rules have called out different HL7 Implementation Guides for use, such as Transitions of Care, Data Portability and View Download and Transmit. With each iteration of these Implementation Guides, the industry moves closer to constructing content that is semantically interoperable. However, we continue to hear that these documents, in spite of improved guides and constraints, […]
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