Documentation-based exchange via Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA), when implemented correctly, has the power to capture and share a more comprehensive electronic record that can be used to improve care. This presentation described the purpose of the individual document types specified in C-CDA, and showed how C-CDA documents can be organized, rendered, and exchanged to convey a more meaningful and usable patient story. Attendees learned how implementing these documents, with input from all stakeholders, increases their value to clinicians, payors, and patients. This presentation also revealed ways to increase patient engagement care collaboration by sharing C-CDA Documents with patients and care team members.
Lisa Nelson, MS, MBA, Principal Informaticist, MaxMD
Laura Bryan, MS, MT(ASCP), CHDS, AHDI-F, Vice President, MedEDocs