United States Core Data for Interoperability (USDI)

What is USCDI?

In IT healthcare, It is a set of standardized health data elements established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to promote the interoperability of health information technology (IT) systems.

The USCDI includes a standardized set of data elements, such as patient demographic information, clinical notes, laboratory results, and medication lists, that must be included in certified health IT systems to improve the sharing of patient information between different healthcare providers and organizations. USCDI aims to facilitate the exchange of health information between other healthcare systems and improve patient outcomes by providing a comprehensive and consistent view of patient's health information across different providers and care settings.

Additional Information?

Please visit HealthIT.gov Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA)

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