|HL7 CDA ® Release 2 Implementation Guide: Reporting to Public Health Cancer Registries from Ambulatory Healthcare Providers, Release 1, DSTU Release 1.1 – US Realmexternal icon||Cancer Reporting
(Stage 3 MU)
|Implementation Guide for Ambulatory Healthcare Provider Reporting to Central Cancer Registries (March 2014)pdf icon||Cancer Reporting
(Stage 2 MU)
|Implementation Guide for Ambulatory Healthcare Provider Reporting to Central Cancer Registries (August 2012)pdf icon||Cancer Reporting
(Stage 2 MU)
|PHIN Communication and Alerting (PCA) Guide Version 1.3 (April 27, 2010)pdf icon||Public Health Alerting||EDXL V 1.0
|PHIN Directory Exchange Implementation Guide Version 1.0 (May 16, 2007)pdf icon||Public Health Directory Exchange||DSML 1.0||Published|
|HL7 Version 2.5.1 Implementation Guide:external iconElectronic Laboratory Reporting to Public Health (US Realm), Release 2, HL7 Informative Document (May 2014)
(HL7 account required)
|Electronic Laboratory Reporting to Public Health||HL7 2.5.1||Published|
Healthcare Associated Infection (HAI)
CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) supports Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) import of certain healthcare-associated infection (HAI) data. Please visit the NHSN CDA Submission Support Portal for the implementation guide, toolkits, training videos, and other resources.
|PHIN Exchange Developer Guide Version 1.0pdf icon(April 30, 2010)||PHIN Exchange||XML||Published|
|PHIN Secure Message Transport Guide Version 2.0 (July 31, 2008)pdf icon||PHIN Secure Message Transport (PHIN MS)||SOAP 1.1||Published|
|XML Digital Signature: RSA-1.5 and SHA-1|
|XML Encryption: RSA-1.5 and Triple-DES-CBC|
|Two-way SSL 3.0|
Please visit the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS) Technical Resource Center at https://www.cdc.gov/nndss/trc/index.html. There, you can access finalized NNDSS HL7 Message Mapping Guides (MMGs), HL7 MMGs in development, MMG-related artifacts, and an archive of historical documentation.
CDC, in collaboration with the International Society for Disease Surveillance, has developed and published syndromic surveillance messaging guides. These guides support Promoting Interoperability programs that employ health information technology to improve the quality and value of American healthcare. To access and use the HL7 implementation guides for the Syndromic Surveillance Promoting Interoperability objectives, please see the table below.
|Syndromic Surveillance Message Mapping Guides||Syndromic surveillance transmissions from healthcare providers to public health||HL7 Version 2.5.1,
|The following decisions were made by the ISDS Message Guide Workgroup as well as the changes to streamline and reduce redundancies from previous versions of the guide: