"Clinical Document Architecture, Release One (CDA R1), became an American National Standards Institute (ANSI)–approved HL7 standard in November 2000, representing the first specification derived from the Health Level Seven (HL7) Reference Information Model (RIM). CDA, Release Two (CDA R2), became an ANSI-approved HL7 Standard in May 2005."
"The U.S. Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) bases the following recommended specifications on CDA:
- HITSP/C28 Emergency Care Summary
- HITSP/C32 - Summary Documents Using HL7 CCD
- HITSP/C38 - Patient Level Quality Data Document Using IHE Medical Summary (XDS-MS)
- HITSP/C48 Encounter Document constructs
- HITSP/C84 Consult and History & Physical Note Document
- HITSP/C78 Immunization Document
- HITSP/C74 PHRM
- HITSP/C62 Scanned document"'
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