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How Idaho Department of Health and Welfare uses Rhapsody Integration Engine

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Configuration and Environment  


Electronic Lab Reporting (ELR) 

Receive ELRs from commercial and hospital labs. Messages are standardized, validated, mapped to nationally recognized code sets, converted (XML for NBS and CSV for eHARS), deduplicated, and routed to the appropriate receiving systems. This process includes counting by facility and disease category.  

Special projects require anonymization, conversion and routing to CDC (LIMSi, PHLIP and PHLIS).  

ELRs are exchanged between ID and OR for out-of-state residents using PHINMS via the APHL AIMS hub.  

Electronic Case Reporting (ECR) 

Receive specific case reports from a provider, validate, transform and load the case reports into the surveillance system.  

Future Work  

Send and Receive electronic laboratory orders and results to the state lab information system. 

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