USCDI Submission

Title:    USCDI Submission

Author(s):     Joyce Sensmeier

Abstract:   The United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) is a standardized set of health data classes and constituent data elements for nationwide, interoperable health information exchange. The first version of the United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI v1) is adopted as a standard in the ONC Cures Act Final Rule. The USCDI sets a foundation for broader sharing of electronic health information to support patient care. A USCDI “Data Class” is an aggregation of various Data Elements by a common theme or use case. A USCDI “Data Element” is the most granular level at which a piece of data is exchanged. The Nursing Knowledge: Big Data Policy and Advocacy Workgroup submitted the NCSBN ID for consideration of inclusion in the USCDI v2 under the Data Class Care Team Member(s) and the NCSBN ID as the Provider Identifier. The Care Team Members represent the specific person(s) who participate or are expected to participate in the care team.

Unpublished Resources
Policy and Advocacy
Clinical and research data collection, curation, preservation, or sharing
Collaborative workflow systems
Data Collection
Data Curation
Data Integration
Data integration, standardization and interoperability
Data mining and knowledge discovery
Data Modeling
Data Preservation
Data sharing / interoperability
Data standards
Data/system integration, standardization and interoperability
Health policy
Informatics Research Methods – NI, Medical BioMed
Informatics tools
Knowledge representation, management, engineering
Measuring outcomes
Nursing value
Nursing Value, Nurse ID
Outcomes Research, Methods, Measurements
Secondary use of EHR data
Workforce Simulation Technologies