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CDSi Services and HIPAA

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CDSi Services and HIPAA

Clinical Decision Support (CDS) services such as HLN’s Immunization Calculation Engine (ICE) are modular, loosely-coupled components of larger systems accessed via web services in ...

Clinical Decision Support (CDS) services such as HLN’s Immunization Calculation Engine (ICE) are modular, loosely-coupled components of larger systems accessed via web services in a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Under HIPAA, services provided to Covered Entities (CE) which involve protected health information (PHI) as defined in the statute are subject to the regulation. But are CDS services such as ICE subject to this regulation?

Open Source Software Hosting for Public Health

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Open Source Software Hosting for Public Health

Introduction HLN Consulting, LLC (HLN), a leading public health software application developer, has been at the forefront of Open Source software development, use, and support f ...

Introduction

HLN Consulting, LLC (HLN), a leading public health software application developer, has been at the forefront of Open Source software development, use, and support for public health. This has encompassed both the deployment and support of third-party Open Source products for our clients, and especially the development of new Open Source solutions. Since the vast majority of HLN’s work is government funded, software development activities conducted under “work for hire” agreements with government agencies often leads to public-private collaboration that results in Open Source products.

HLN Presentations from 2017 AIRA National Meeting

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HLN Presentations from 2017 AIRA National Meeting

HLN attended the 2017 American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA) National Meeting in Chicago, IL from April 11-13 and presented the following talks: ICE Update: Product ...

HLN attended the 2017 American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA) National Meeting in Chicago, IL from April 11-13 and presented the following talks:

We encourage you to check out all the excellent presentations delivered at this important meeting.

Clinical Decision Support for Immunization: How do we move the agenda forward?

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Clinical Decision Support for Immunization: How do we move the agenda forward?

Read our new blog on the Libertas Academica site: Clinical decision support for immunizations (CDSi) is defined as, "an automated process that determines the recommended immuniz ...

Read our new blog on the Libertas Academica site:

Clinical decision support for immunizations (CDSi) is defined as, “an automated process that determines the recommended immunizations needed for a patient and delivers these recommendations to the healthcare provider… (it provides) healthcare providers with immunization evaluation and forecasting tools designed to automatically determine the recommended immunizations needed when a patient presents for vaccination.”

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Clinical Decision Support for Immunizations (CDSi): A Comprehensive, Collaborative Strategy

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Clinical Decision Support for Immunizations (CDSi): A Comprehensive, Collaborative Strategy

Read our new article in the October 2016 supplement to Biomedical Informatics Insights: Abstract:  This article focuses on the requirements and current developments in clinic ...

Read our new article in the October 2016 supplement to Biomedical Informatics Insights:

Abstract: 

This article focuses on the requirements and current developments in clinical decision support technologies for immunizations (CDSi) in both the public health and clinical communities, with an emphasis on shareable solutions. The requirements of the Electronic Health Record Incentive Programs have raised some unique challenges for the clinical community, including vocabulary mapping, update of changing guidelines, single immunization schedule, and scalability. This article discusses new, collaborative approaches whose long-term goal is to make CDSi more sustainable for both the public and private sectors.

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