Consolidated CDA (C-CDA) outlines twelve common clinical document types that can be leveraged for information exchange in different care settings and for different encounter types. When should each C-CDA clinical document type be leveraged? What sections are used in C-CDA clinical documents and how do they differ from a Continuity of Care Document (CCD)? This Roundtable continues the CDA education provided in February. It describes the twelve C-CDA document types and explains their purpose and intended use. Speakers illustrate the storytelling power of these documents and advance your understanding of their content as more than just a set of required and optional sections. Panelists show how new CDA rendering options are revealing the storytelling value of C-CDA documents and increasing their relevance and pertinence in clinical settings.
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