NeoMed Patient and Population Electronic Health Information (EHI) Export

Certification Requirements

NeoMed features the export of patient electronic health data in a standard computable and human-readable Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA) standard format.  This functionality fulfills export summary capability under 2015 Edition CURES Update Certification measure (b)(10).

Single Patient

NeoMed allows administrators and designated users in a facility to export electronic health information (EHI) for a single patient. On demand reports based user-submitted queries using the reports module.

NeoMed 4

NeoMed 3

NeoMed 4

NeoMed 3

  1. Configuration, Organization

  2. Export

  3. CCDA export by criteria

  4. CCDA instant download

  5. Optional on-demand CCDA time-based export

  1. File

  2. Export CCDA/CCD Files

  3. Single or multi-patient instant export

  4. Date and data fields selection for the CCDA export.

NeoMed 4

NeoMed 3

NeoMed 4

NeoMed 3

Export single patient
Export single patient

Multiple Patients

NeoMed users can also export electronic health information (EHI) for multiple patients.

NeoMed 4

NeoMed 3

NeoMed 4

NeoMed 3

Export multiple patients
Export multiple patients

Computable and Human-readable Format

The electronic file is generated in CCDA version 1.0 Extensible Markup Language (XML) format that is both a computable and a human-readable format. NeoMed 4 also offers EHI exported in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) or web page format.

CCDA XML version 1

FHIR Implementation

Bulk

NeoMed FHIR server creates a single-patient FHIR resource DocumentReference and supports FHIR Bulk Data EHI Export for patient population as described in § 170.315(b)(10)(ii).

CCDA XML version 2.1

NeoMed FHIR server supports bulk data export downloads in C-CDA 2.1 XML format.  

USCDI version 1.0

Includes new US Core Data for Interoperability Version 1 (USCDIv1) data elements:

  • ​Demographics, Pediatric Vital Signs, Provenance, Pediatrics, and Clinical Notes 

  • The C-CDA Clinical Notes section can contain a Consultation Note, Discharge Summary Note, History & Physical, Imaging Narrative, Laboratory Report Narrative, Pathology Report Narrative, Procedure Note, or a Progress Note.