This specification is currently undergoing ballot and connectathon testing. It is expected to evolve, possibly significantly, as part of that process.
Feedback is welcome and may be submitted through the FHIR JIRA tracker indicating US Da Vinci PDex as the specification. If balloting on this IG, please submit your comments via the tracker and reference them in your ballot submission implementation guide.
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The Payer Data Exchange (PDex) Implementation Guide (IG) is provided for Payers/Health Plans to enable them to create a Member's Health History using clinical resources (based on US Core Profiles based on FHIR R4) which can be understood by providers and, if they choose to, committed to their Electronic Medical Records (EMR) System.
The PDex work group has made changes to the original version of the IG following the publication of the final CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule.
This IG uses the same Member Health History "payload" for member-authorized exchange of information with other Health Plans and with Third-Party Applications. It describes the interaction patterns that, when followed, allow the various parties involved in managing healthcare and payer data to more easily integrate and exchange data securely and effectively.
This IG covers the exchange of:
Clinical Information (such as Lab Results, Allergies and Conditions)
This IG covers the exchange of this information using US Core and Da Vinci Health Record Exchange (HRex) Profiles. This superset of clinical profiles forms the Health Plan Member's Health History.
This IG covers the exchange of a Member's Health History in the following scenarios:
Provider requested Provider-Health Plan Exchange using CDS-Hooks and SMART-on-FHIR
Member-authorized Health Plan to Health Plan exchange
Member-authorized Health Plan to Third-Party Application exchange
The latter two scenarios are provided to meet the requirements identified in the CMS Interoperability Notice for Proposed Rule Making issued on February 11, 2019.
There are items in this guide that are subject to update. This includes:
Vocabularies (X12, NUBC etc.)
The Vocabulary, Value Sets and codings used to express data in this IG are subject to review and will be reconciled withX12.
See the Table of Contents for more information.
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