Pub Hub 2.0 & COVID-19 Reporting

Facilitating the Reporting of COVID-19 Lab Result Data Through a Single Connection

The CARES Act is now requiring all clinical laboratories and testing providers that perform diagnosis testing under a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certificate to report any test intended to diagnose a case of COVID-19.

The Iron Bridge Pub Hub 2.0 platform helps facilitate the flow of COVID-19 lab result data from Laboratories,  EHR's, EMR's, Pharmacy Systems, and Environmental Health & Safety information systems.   Pub Hub 2.0 has connectivity established with U.S-based electronic lab reporting registries, thereby enabling its customers to connect once to Pub Hub to successful deliver COVID-19 lab results to all state electronic lab reporting registries.

Electronic Lab Reporting Registries Pub Hub Integrates With:

Alabama

Provide a statewide network of disease surveillance for early detection and timely response to disease threats

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Alaska

For Meaningful Use, the EP or EH must select the required number of the Meaningful Use Public Health measures and submit their Registration of Intent form if needed.

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Arizona

The Arizona Department of Health Services is currently accepting electronic submissions of reportable lab results for Promoting Interoperability.

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Arkansas

ELR interoperability with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) to begin the process of meeting requirements for Meaningful Use (MU).

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California

California Reportable Disease Information Exchange - Electronic Lab Reporting (CalREDIE ELR) allows laboratories to comply with California public health disease reporting requirements through an automated, secure process.

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Chicago

An inter-facility infection prevention transfer form has been developed as part of a regional effort to improve communication between acute and long-term healthcare facilities.

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Colorado

The onboarding laboratories will review the vocabulary and messaging standards and reporting requirements. They'll generate and validate test messages using a standard tool, submitting the results to us.

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Connecticut

Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) is currently working towards accepting immunization data, electronic laboratory reports for notifiable diseases and conditions, and syndromic data in a meaningful manner to improve public health from providers, hospitals, and electronic health records vendors.

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Delaware

The Division of Public Health (DPH) declares it is ready to receive data through the Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN) in these areas of Stage 2/Stage 3 Meaningful Use attestation

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District of Columbia

For more information on COVID-19 and the District's response and recovery.

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Florida

Included in the strategies for demonstrating “Meaningful Use” of EHR systems are objectives related to public health

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Georgia

The GDPH Epidemiology Section uses Syndromic Surveillance to aid in event detection and monitor community health trends. Pre-diagnostic, “chief complaints” from patients are used to identify patterns of illness.

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Hawaii

The Hawaii Dept. of Health (HDOH), Disease Investigation Branch is accepting HL7 messages from certified electronic health record (EHR) systems for electronic laboratory reporting (ELR) and Meaningful Use (MU) attestation.

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Idaho

Electronic Laboratory Reporting (ELR) allows laboratories to report test results for reportable diseases through an automated and secure process to the statewide disease surveillance system.

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Indiana

The Indiana Department of Health is closely monitoring a pandemic of the 2019 novel (new) coronavirus or COVID-19.

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Iowa

The state of Iowa has updated the positive case analysis dashboard on coronavirus.iowa.gov to include new data for total tests, in addition to individuals tested.

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Kansas

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) rules specify criteria that EPs, EHs, and CAHs must meet to participate in the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs.

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Kentucky

The Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is responsible for developing and operating state public health programs and activities for the citizens of Kentucky. The mission of DPH is to improve the health and safety of people in Kentucky through prevention, promotion and protection.

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Los Angeles County

Report cases into the vCMR Community Reporting Module web-based system. This method is best for the small lab that identifies only a few reportable conditions weekly, and is available for all reportables except TB, HIV, and Lead.

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Louisiana

All COVID-19 test types are reportable (including molecular/PCR, antigen, and antibody testing. All results (positive, negative, and inconclusive) must be reported by an electronic method.

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Maine

This program was formerly called the Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Program.

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Maryland

CovidLINK is Maryland’s hub for information about COVID-19. We can better understand disease transmission, prevent new infections, and help slow the spread of COVID-19 when we work together.

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Massachusetts

Meaningful Use and Public Health Objectives

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Michigan

The Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS) is a web-based system that allows for the electronic capture of disease data for the tracking and case management of communicable disease.

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Minnesota

MEDSS is an interactive platform that allows secure data exchange and communication among state, local public health departments, labs, and clinics for immediate reporting and tracking of communicable diseases.

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Mississippi

Individuals, communities and organizations are essential to controlling the spread of COVID-19 in Mississippi. The precautions and guidance here can keep you and the state safer and healthier.

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Missouri

In order to receive incentive payments, EPs and EHs must achieve active engagement with DHSS for each public health registry for which they are eligible to report.

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Montana

Set or clarify MU standards. The standards have been created by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC), and only ONC can interpret its intention in the standards.

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Nebraska

NEDSS is a web-based application used by state and local public health staff for communicable disease surveillance and case management. NEDSS can accept lab reports in a variety of formats.

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Nevada

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) promotes the health and well-being of its residents through the delivery or facilitation of a multitude of essential services to ensure families are strengthened, public health is protected, and individuals achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.

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New Hampshire

Federal legislation makes it possible for healthcare providers to share health data in a more efficient and timely way.

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New Jersey

Immunization registries are confidential, population-based, computerized information systems that to collect and consolidate vaccination data about children within a geographic area.

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New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Health works in many ways to promote, preserve and protect your health. Below are just a few of our programs, all of which provide some of the most requested and important services we provide to you.

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New York State

providing timely reporting; improving completeness and accuracy of reports; and generally facilitating the identification of emergent public health problems by monitoring communicable diseases, lead poisoning, HIV/AIDS, and cancer.

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North Carolina

The Department of Health and Human Services manages the delivery of health- and human-related services for all North Carolinians, especially our most vulnerable citizens – children, elderly, disabled and low-income families.

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North Dakota

Electronic Laboratory Reporting allows laboratories to report the mandatory reportable infectious diseases to the Division of Disease Control in an automated and secure process.

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Ohio

The Ohio Department of Health’s website offers a range of public health information, tools, and resources. Their mission is to advance the health and well-being of all Ohioans.

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Oklahoma

The OSDH Acute Disease Service is receiving submissions of laboratory results for reportable diseases.

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Oregon

We understand that not all sites are prepared to submit HL7 data for reporting, especially those sites doing only Point of Care tests for blood, lead, and COVID-19.

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Pennsylvania

COVID-19 cases are at an all-time high. It's more important than ever to wear a mask, keep your distance.

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Rhode Island

We accept electronic immunization data for patients from birth through 18 years of age using the KIDSNET system. KIDSNET accepts data from both Eligible Professionals and Eligible Hospitals.

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South Carolina

To learn more about these new requirements, please review the HHS guidance and visit the CDC webpage on how to report COVID-19 laboratory data.

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South Dakota

Notify has been the only way we are able to receive reliable emergency and inpatient admit/discharge information for our patient population. This brings us a single source of information from several healthcare systems.

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Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health collects health information to prevent and contain outbreaks, analyze population health trends, track immunization rates, track infectious diseases, and educate and promote healthy choices for the people of Tennessee.

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Texas

Detecting and monitoring the occurrence of disease through reporting of test results for notifiable conditions is a cornerstone of public health surveillance in Texas.

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Utah

Electronic Health Record (EHR) software package and version. EHR technologies that meet the certification requirements for the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs are listed on the ONC Website.

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Vermont

Vermont has a longstanding commitment to promoting health and healthy communities.

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Virginia

We need everyone’s help to stop the spread. Individuals, communities, businesses, and healthcare organizations all play an important role in slowing the spread of COVID-19.

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Washington

If your laboratory is not eligible for meaningful use, the agency is still interested in supporting your implementation of ELR.

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West Virginia

The mission of the West Virginia Office of Epidemiology and Prevention Services is to improve the health, well-being, and quality of life for all West Virginians through disease surveillance, investigation, analysis, education, and prevention services.

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Wisconsin

Any eligible hospital wanting to satisfy the public health reporting measure for reportable lab results data submission has to conform to the HL7 2.5.1 standard and LOINC V2.27.

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Wyoming

The Wyoming Department of Health is actively responding to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Residents should follow our recommendations to help avoid becoming ill and to help avoid spreading the virus to others.

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