Maureen Boyle

Report
Data Standards for Behavioral
Health
Maureen Boyle, PhD
Lead Public Health Advisor, Health Information Technology
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
September 24, 2013
SAMHSA’S STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
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To reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental
illness on America's communities
1.
Prevention
2. Trauma
and Justice
3. Military
Families
4. Recovery
Support
5. Health
Reform
6. Health
Information
Technology
7. Data,
Outcomes
& Quality
8. Public
Awareness
& Support
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SAMHSA HIT Standards Development
SAMHSA has been working with the International Standards
Organization Health Level 7 (HL-7) to define consensus
standards for:
• Behavioral health information to be included in standard
consolidated clinical document architecture documents
(CCDA)
• Security & Privacy Classification System
 Expanding efforts to develop standards for information
sharing with social services (HUD, CJ, ACF, etc.)
 We are also working with the ONC S&I workgroups for Long
term coordination of care and Transitions of care to ensure
that behavioral health information is included and aligned
with the data standards in the BH-CCD
 Standardized value sets for behavioral health related clinical
quality measures
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Standards Development
 Behavioral Health CCD Workgroup
• http://www.hl7.org/special/committees/projman/searcha
bleprojectindex.cfm?action=edit&ProjectNumber=800
 Data Segmentation for Privacy
• http://wiki.siframework.org/Data+Segmentation+for+Priv
acy
• http://www.hl7.org/Special/committees/secure/index.cfm
 Transitions of Care
• http://wiki.siframework.org/Transitions+of+Care+%28ToC
%29+Initiative
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Quality Measurement
• National Behavioral Health Quality Framework:
http://store.samhsa.gov/draft/NBHQF_DRAFT_08
2613.pdf?WT.mc_id=EB_20130827_NBHQDraft
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