Alameda County Public Health Reporting and Meaningful Use

MANDATORY PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTING

The Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) Division of Communicable Disease Control & Prevention responds to reports of communicable diseases in Alameda County.
Physicians and health care providers are legally required by Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations to report suspected, lab-confirmed, and clinical diagnoses of specific diseases and conditions within specified time framesto the client’s county of residence.

Web page: http://www.acphd.org/communicable-disease/disease-reporting-and-control.aspx
Email: AcuteCD@acgov.org

ALAMEDA MEANINGFUL USE CAPABILITY

For providers reporting on Immunizations and reportable diseases, please submit electronically to CAIR and CalREDIE.

Letters of exemptions, acknowledgement of active engagement and confirmation of successful data submission can be obtained by emailing acmeaningfuluse@acgov.org

 

Meaningful Use in Alameda County

Stage 2 and 3 Meaningful Use 2014 Edition, 2015 Edition and 2015-2017 Edition

Public Health Data

Readiness - and Data Standards

Process for Data submission - Attestation

Immunization Reporting

YES -

Providers to use guidelines and companion implementation guides provided by CAIR.

https://hie.cdph.ca.gov/immunizations.html

1. For questions or exemption letters email: acmeaningfuluse@acgov.org

2. Submit data to Health Information Exchange Gateway - CAIR.

Electronic Lab Reporting (ELR)

 

YES -

Providers to use guidelines and companion implementation guides provided by CalREDIE.

https://hie.cdph.ca.gov/infectious-disease.html

1. For questions or exemption letters email: acmeaningfuluse@acgov.org

2. Submit data to Health Information Exchange Gateway - CalREDIE.

Electronic Case Reporting (eCR)

YES -

Providers to use guidelines and companion implementation guides provided by CalREDIE.

https://hie.cdph.ca.gov/electronic-case-reporting.html

1. For questions or exemption letters email: acmeaningfuluse@acgov.org

2. Register intent to submit data to CalREDIE.

Syndromic Surveillance Reporting

NO -

1. For questions or exemption letters email: acmeaningfuluse@acgov.org

Specialized Registries – Other

NO -

Providers to use guidelines and companion implementation guides provided by HIE Gateway.

https://hie.cdph.ca.gov/public-health-registries.html

Specialized Registries – Cancer Case Reporting

YES –

Providers to use guidelines and companion implementation guides provided by Health Information Exchange Gateway:
https://hie.cdph.ca.gov/cancer.html

1. Register at Health Information Exchange Gateway:

2. Submit data to Health Information Exchange Gateway.

Genetic Disease Screening Program

Enrolling with GDSP does not currently meet specific Meaningful Use measure/criteria. If you are a Perinatal Licensed Health Facility and would like to receive Newborn Screening test results electronically, please visit the CDPH HIE Gateway registration portal to enroll in GDSP HIE.

https://hie.cdph.ca.gov/genetic-disease-screening-program.html

California Parkinson’s Disease Registry

YES –

Providers to use guidelines provided by the California Parkinson’s Disease Registry (CPDR), a statewide population-based registry that will be used to measure the incidence and prevalence of Parkinson’s disease.

https://hie.cdph.ca.gov/parkinson-disease-registry.html

1. Register at Health Information Exchange Gateway:

2. Submit data to Health Information Exchange Gateway.

 

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