CHNC: Neonatal Care Report Update

Report
Neonatal Care Report
Clinical Document Architecture (CDA)
Release 2 ∙ Version 3
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Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Consortium (CHNC)
Background & Rationale
 collaborative of 24 children’s hospital Neonatal ICUs
 multidisciplinary initiative, started in 2006
 limited knowledge about best practices & outcomes for the
unique population of infants in tertiary NICUs:
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complex & uncommon neonatal diseases
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preterm infants with co-morbidities/complications
ill term infants requiring emergent intervention
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e.g., ECMO, surgery, dialysis
congenital anomalies
genetic & metabolic syndromes
typically referred for surgical and other subspecialty care
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CHNC Mission
Aims of the Initiative:
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To evaluate & optimize the tertiary neonatal intensive care
provided at children’s hospitals
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determine variations in care
evaluate efficacy of current practices
promote safety & facilitate research efforts
spearhead benchmarking & quality improvement initiatives
 ultimately improve clinical outcomes
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Development of Database - CHND
CHNC Partnership with Child Health Corporation of America (CHCA)
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In 2008, CHNC partnered with CHCA, a business alliance of 43
leading children’s hospitals
Developed a comprehensive clinical database:
Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Database (CHND)
Establishment of a Core Data Set
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In 2009, CHNC/CHCA completes specifications for a core data
set of about 700 defined data fields
Data collection
primarily manual abstraction from current
systems of clinical documentation (costly)
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Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Database Participants
Atlanta
Birmingham
Boston
Chicago
Columbus
Cincinnati
Dallas
Detroit
Denver
Fort Worth
Houston
Kansas City
Little Rock
Los Angeles
Memphis
(Le Bonheur)
*13 additional CHCA hospitals and 8 non CHCA sites considering
future participation.
Oakland
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
San Diego
Salt Lake City
St. Petersburg
Washington, DC
Wilmington, DE
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Messaging a Subset of Data
Employing HL7 standards to facilitate electronic extraction
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HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) Release 2
Selection of Subset of Data Elements for the NCR
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unambiguous data fields, well established standards
present in majority of centers (varied stages of EHR development)
Demographic data
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Name, MRN, Maternal Zip
Birth Data
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Birth weight
Gestational Age
Apgar scores (1, 5, prolonged)
Admission/Discharge Information
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Dates
Measurements (weights, head circ.)
Acuity Scoring
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severity of illness assessment
derived from existing mortality models:
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Predominantly laboratory and physiologic data
Scored at several intervals
• Pediatric Risk of Mortality: PRISM-III
• Pediatric Index of Mortality: PIM-II
• Clinical Risk Index for Babies: CRIB-II
• Score for Neonatal Acute Physiology: SNAPPE II
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1st 12 hours, Day 3, Day 7 of admission
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Working Group Contributors
Co-Chair/Co-Editor:
Robert H. Dolin, MD
Semantically Yours, LLC
[email protected]
Co-Chair/Co-Editor:
Liora Alschuler
Alschuler Associates, LLC
[email protected]
Co-Chair:
Calvin Beebe
Mayo Clinic
[email protected]
Co-Chair:
Keith W. Boone
GE Healthcare
[email protected]
Primary Editor:
Gay Giannone, MSN RN
Alschuler Associates, LLC
[email protected]
Co-Editor:
Joy Kuhl, MBA, CPF
Principal | Optimal Accords, LLC
[email protected]
Co-Editor:
Michael A. Padula, MD
Neonatologist, Clinical Informaticist
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
[email protected]
Co-Editor:
Feliciano Yu, M.D.
Information Technology Division
Pediatrics Professor
University of Alabama at Birmingham
School of Medicine
[email protected]
Co-Editor: David J. Durand, MD
Director, Division of Neonatology
Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland
[email protected]
Co-Editor: Karna Murthy, MD
Neonatologist, Children's Memorial Hospital
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Northwestern University
[email protected]
Co-Editor: Jacqueline Kueser
Vice President, Strategy/R&D
Children’s Hospitals Corporation of America
[email protected]
Co-Editor: Kirk Elrod
CHCA IT Liaison/Business Analyst
Children’s Hospitals Corporation of America
[email protected]
Current Working Group also includes:
Kate Conrad,
Bobby George,
Andy Spooner
David Muraco,
Diane Ward
Celeste Milton,
Jean Millar
Ann Watt
Shaun Shakib
Sandy Stuart
Brett Marquard
Jingdong (JD) Li
Anneke Goossen William Goossen
Teresa Finitzo
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