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					                                              Voting Form EuroRec Seal 2010
1. Give a score between 0 and 5 to each of the statements. A score of 5 should be given to the most important / essential requireme
labelled EHR products.
2. Statements with an ID in red are statements that were included in the EuroRec Seal 2008.
3. Some statements are "repeated" in the form as they are linked to more than one index. You don't need to give them a second tim
"Score" is automatically copied from the previous instance in the form. These statements have a score "0" before you start to compl
                                   A00 - EHR Data Entry
      ID                                        Statement                                    Score



GS001544.02 The system enables the user to make use of a coded list of clinical terms.

GS001577.02 The system provides a coded list of medicinal products.
GS001634.02 The system receives and integrates external documents as documents in
            the patient's record.
GS001932.01 The system supports concurrent use.
GS002312.01 The system is able to make a distinction between patients with same name,
            first name, gender and date of birth.
GS002400.01 The system offers to all the users the same coding list to assist the
            structured and coded registration of a diagnostic statement.
GS002401.01 The system offers to all the users the same coding list to assist the
            structured and coded registration of a medication item.
GS002402.02 The system offers to all the users the same coding list to assist the
            structured and coded registration of prescriptions.
GS002437.03 The system offers to all the users nationally approved coding lists to assist
            the structured and coded registration of health items.
GS002489.02 Data entry is only done once. Entered health items are available
            everywhere required.
GS002490.01 The system offers different scenarios for data entry.
GS002497.01 The system displays patient identification on each data entry interface.
GS002552.02 The system offers direct encoding or a validated mapping of a diagnostic
            statement (problem, health issue, hypothesis,...) to ICD-10.
GS002672.03 The pick lists and reference tables offered by the system are the same for
            all the users of the same application.
GS003539.02 The system enables to consult the medicinal product database as a whole
            or directly for an identified pharmaceutical class, ingredient, medicinal
            product or medicinal product package.
GS003755.01 Response time on any user input is no longer than five seconds.
GS003958.01 The system requires a minimal set of data to create an EHR.
GS004113.01 The system displays a suitable message at creation of an EHR when a data
            field of the minimal demographic data set is missing.
GS005231.01 The system requires confirmation by the user for any update of
            demographic data from external sources or electronic identification cards.

GS005232.01 The system requires confirmation by the user for any update from external
            sources or electronic identification cards of medical insurance eligibility
            information.
GS005346.01 The system is able to specify a name of a person as being the maiden
            name.
                            A03 - EHR Data Structuring
    ID                                         Statement
GS001519.02 The system stores key identifying information for each EHR and at least
            name, first name, gender and date of birth.
GS001523.02 The system enables to capture all patient demographic data necessary to
            meet legislative and regulatory requirements.
                              A04 - EHR Data Display
    ID                                       Statement




GS001512.01 The system enables to link a role to a user.
GS001539.01 Each update of a health item results in a new version of that health item.

GS001547.01 The system distinguishes active and inactive problems associated with a
            patient.
GS001550.06 The system presents a current medication list associated with a patient.

GS001610.02 The system enables to document a patient contact.
GS001611.01 The system is able to present for one patient contact all the documentation
            associated with that patient.
GS002265.01 Each health item is uniquely and persistently associated with an identified
            patient.
GS002267.01 Each health item is associated with a label specifying its nature.
GS002489.02 Data entry is only done once. Entered health items are available                   0
            everywhere required.
GS002643.01 The system enables to rename a health issue.
GS002644.01 Renaming a health issues results in a new version of that health issue.
GS002650.01 The system enables the user to label any kind of health item as a health
            issue.
GS004729.02 A medication list presents at least the following elements: identification of
            the medicinal product (package), starting date, date of the latest
            prescription, dosing instructions (structured or as a textual expression)
                               A04 - EHR Data Display
    ID                                        Statement



GS001531.01 The system displays all current problems associated with a patient.
GS001546.01 The system displays inactive or resolved problems associated with a
            patient.
GS001547.01 The system distinguishes active and inactive problems associated with a            0
            patient.
GS001550.06 The system presents a current medication list associated with a patient.           0

GS001559.01    The system presents a medication history associated with a patient.
GS001573.01    The current medication list can be printed.
GS001590.01    The systems presents a list of allergens with an active status.
GS001593.02    Deletion of a health item results in a new version of that health item with a
               status "deleted".
GS001595.01    Each change of status of a health issue results in a new version of that
               health issue.
GS001598.01    A complete history of the versions of a health item can be presented.
GS001611.01    The system is able to present for one patient contact all the documentation     0
               associated with that patient.
GS001638.01    The system presents a history of the results for discrete lab tests.
GS001766.03    The system presents a chronological overview of patient consents and/or
               their withdrawals.
GS001932.01 The system supports concurrent use.                                              0

GS001933.02 The system enables concurrent users to view simultaneously the same
            patient record.
GS002300.01 The system is available in the languages required by the regulatory
            authorities.
GS002312.01 The system is able to make a distinction between patients with same name,        0
            first name, gender and date of birth.
GS002359.01 The system enables the user to register and to display periods of work
            incapacity or similar exemptions.
GS002415.01 The system takes the access rights into account when granting access to
            health items, considering the role of the care provider towards the patient.

GS002465.03 The system presents an overview of issued prescriptions or prescription
            history for a given patient.
GS002489.02 Data entry is only done once. Entered health items are available                 0
            everywhere required.
GS002490.01 The system offers different scenarios for data entry.                            0

GS002497.01 The system displays patient identification on each data entry interface.         0

GS002573.01 The system enables the display of health items sorted per label or
            headings.
GS002574.01 The system enables the user to define different views on the health items.

GS002575.01 The system enables to define a SOAPT compatible view on the health
            items.
GS002582.02 The system displays, when prescribing a medicinal product, known allergies
            of the patient, if it does not alert the user for a specific allergen.

GS002584.01 The system displays, when prescribing a medicinal product, possible and/or
            known contraindications , if it does not alert the user for a patient specific
            problem.
GS002638.01 The system distinguishes actual or active medication items from past
            medication items when including and displaying medication items in lists or
            in a journal.
GS002712.01 The systems enables a preview of all the documents to be printed.
GS003755.01 Response time on any user input is no longer than five seconds.                  0

GS003757.02 The system enables local customisation of the placement of windows.
GS003777.01 The system uses a visual indicator (flag) attached to the patient record to
            inform the responsible healthcare professional on the presence of an
            allergic condition.
GS003782.01 Windows of the same type have a consistent appearance. Exceptions are
            justified by the task to be performed.
GS003783.01 Windows of the same type are as much as possible consistent in a multi-
            application environment.
GS003784.01 The icons are consistently placed in the same location in each window.
GS003785.01 The system enables the user to select - for the practice - the preferred
            windowing as their "default".
GS003787.01 The system has a consistent way to present clinical alerts, e.g. red colour
            for abnormally and/or high lab results.
GS003791.01 The system supports vertical and/or horizontal scrolling when not possible
            to display all required information for a given function on one screen.
GS003806.01 The system provides direct access to demographic data from the schedule
            view.
GS003952.01 The system does not display deleted health items, audit logs excepted.

GS004113.01 The system displays a suitable message at creation of an EHR when a               0
            data field of the minimal demographic data set is missing.
GS004729.02 A medication list presents at least the following elements: identification of     0
            the medicinal product (package), starting date, date of the latest
            prescription, dosing instructions (structured or as a textual expression)

GS004851.01 The system offers, in the national language(s), easily accessible information
            on the meaning of icons, alert and information indicators provided by the
            system or from the medicinal product database.
GS004880.01 The system do not present any publicity for any product that can be
            prescribed.
GS004889.01 The version number of the system can be displayed.
GS005231.01 The system requires confirmation by the user for any update of                    0
            demographic data from external sources or electronic identification cards.

                           A09 - EHR Generic Data Properties
      ID                                     Statement



GS001537.01 Each version of a health item has a date and time of registration.
GS001538.01 Each version of a health item has a user responsible for the effective data
            entry identified.
GS001539.01 Each update of a health item results in a new version of that health item.        0

GS001579.02 Each version of a health item has a status of activity, e.g. active or current,
            inactive, history or past, completed, discontinued, archived.
GS001593.02 Deletion of a health item results in a new version of that health item with a     0
            status "deleted".
GS001594.02 Each version of a health item has a person responsible for the content of
            that version. The person responsible for the content can be a user or a third
            party.
GS001595.01 Each change of status of a health issue results in a new version of that          0
            health issue.
GS001598.01 A complete history of the versions of a health item can be presented.             0

GS001901.02 Each version of a health item has a date of validity.
GS001933.02 The system enables concurrent users to view simultaneously the same               0
            patient record.
GS001945.01 The system enables the user to designate individual health items as
            confidential.
GS002265.01 Each health item is uniquely and persistently associated with an identified       0
            patient.
GS002266.01 Each version of a health item is uniquely and persistently identified.
GS002267.01 Each health item is associated with a label specifying its nature.                0

GS002268.01 Each user is uniquely and persistently identified.
GS002269.01 The system enables to assign different access rights to a health item (read,
            write,...) considering the degree of confidentiality.
GS002281.01 All patient data can be accessed directly from the patient record.
GS002307.01 Each patient and its EHR is uniquely and persistently identified within the
            system.
GS002415.01 The system takes the access rights into account when granting access to          0
            health items, considering the role of the care provider towards the patient.

GS002437.03 The system offers to all the users nationally approved coding lists to assist    0
            the structured and coded registration of health items.
GS002625.01 The system enables the user to modify patient's administrative data.
GS002639.01 The system enables the user to modify health items, if legally admitted.

GS002650.01 The system enables the user to label any kind of health item as a health         0
            issue.
GS002672.03 The pick lists and reference tables offered by the system are the same for       0
            all the users of the same application.
GS003952.01 The system does not display deleted health items, audit logs excepted.           0

GS003953.01 The system does not include deleted health items in clinical documentation
            or export, for audit purposes excepted.
                A61 - System maintenance and technical support
    ID                                       Statement



GS002772.01 The technical documentation describes more especially the export facilities
            of the complete content of system in one of the following formats: delimited
            text, DBF, Access or Excel.
GS002773.01 The system supplier deposited, for each new version of the software, the
            technical documentation, description of the export facilities included, at
            notary.
                               A70 - Authentication
    ID                                      Statement



GS001538.01 Each version of a health item has a user responsible for the effective data      0
            entry identified.
GS001594.02 Each version of a health item has a person responsible for the content of        0
            that version. The person responsible for the content can be a user or a third
            party.
GS001960.01 The author of the final version of a health item should be considered as the
            responsible user of that health item.
GS002205.01 After the number of grace logins, only an administrator can reset the login of
            the user.
GS002211.01 The system enables a user to change his password.
GS002216.01 Security Policies contain rules for password life cycles.
GS002268.01 Each user is uniquely and persistently identified.                               0

GS002655.02 The system has a timeout function, terminating a session after a
            configurable period of inactivity.
GS002779.01 The system supports the use of an electronic signature by each of the users
            entitled to handle health items.
GS004886.01 Each access to the system results in an individualised session.
                                 A71 - Authorisation
    ID                                         Statement


GS001766.03 The system presents a chronological overview of patient consents and/or          0
            their withdrawals.
GS001947.01 The system makes confidential information only accessible by appropriately
            authorised users.
GS002175.02 The system enables the implementation of a privilege and access
            management policy.
GS002205.01 After the number of grace logins, only an administrator can reset the login    0
            of the user.
GS002269.01 The system enables to assign different access rights to a health item (read,   0
            write,...) considering the degree of confidentiality.
GS002287.01 The system distinguishes administrators, privileged users and common
            users. Administrators assign privileges and/or access rights to privileged
            and common users. Privileged users assign privileges and/or access rights
            to common users.
GS002415.01 The system takes the access rights into account when granting access to        0
            health items, considering the role of the care provider towards the patient.

                                 A72 - Access control
     ID                                     Statement




GS001512.01 The system enables to link a role to a user.                                   0

GS001932.01 The system supports concurrent use.                                            0

GS001933.02 The system enables concurrent users to view simultaneously the same            0
            patient record.
GS001947.01 The system makes confidential information only accessible by appropriately     0
            authorised users.
GS001956.01 The system audits override access procedures.
GS001963.04 The system enables to assign a status to a patient record as a whole, e.g.
            not to be reported, archived, active, temporal, provisional etc...
GS002175.02 The system enables the implementation of a privilege and access                0
            management policy.
GS002179.02 The system enables an emergency mode that overrides normal privilege
            and access rules.
GS002182.01 The audit log contains the registration of users logging in or out.
GS002203.01 The system allows a configurable number of grace logins.
GS002204.01 After the number of grace logins, the user has to wait a configurable amount
            of time before another login attempt.
GS002205.01 After the number of grace logins, only an administrator can reset the login    0
            of the user.
GS002231.01 The systems enables to display selected policy statements to the user
            before logging in.
GS002269.01 The system enables to assign different access rights to a health item (read,   0
            write,...) considering the degree of confidentiality.
GS002287.01 The system distinguishes administrators, privileged users and common           0
            users. Administrators assign privileges and/or access rights to privileged
            and common users. Privileged users assign privileges and/or access rights
            to common users.
GS002415.01 The system takes the access rights into account when granting access to        0
            health items, considering the role of the care provider towards the patient.

GS002655.02 The system has a timeout function, terminating a session after a               0
            configurable period of inactivity.
GS002786.01 The system enables to change status of a patient record as a whole.
GS004886.01 Each access to the system results in an individualised session.                0
                       A74 - Version management and Validation
      ID                                    Statement




GS001537.01 Each version of a health item has a date and time of registration.              0

GS001538.01 Each version of a health item has a user responsible for the effective data     0
            entry identified.
GS001539.01 Each update of a health item results in a new version of that health item.      0

GS001593.02 Deletion of a health item results in a new version of that health item with a   0
            status "deleted".
GS001594.02 Each version of a health item has a person responsible for the content of       0
            that version. The person responsible for the content can be a user or a third
            party.
GS001595.01 Each change of status of a health issue results in a new version of that        0
            health issue.
GS001598.01 A complete history of the versions of a health item can be presented.           0

GS001960.01 The author of the final version of a health item should be considered as the    0
            responsible user of that health item.
GS002268.01 Each user is uniquely and persistently identified.                              0

GS002779.01 The system supports the use of an electronic signature by each of the           0
            users entitled to handle health items.
GS004889.01 The version number of the system can be displayed.                              0

                    A75 - De-identification services and processes
      ID                                      Statement



GS002794.02 The system respects national requirements when encrypting messages.

                          A82 - Audit and override monitoring
      ID                                      Statement



GS001598.01 A complete history of the versions of a health item can be presented.           0

GS001956.01 The system audits override access procedures.                                   0

GS002182.01 The audit log contains the registration of users logging in or out.             0

GS002184.01 The audit log contains the registration of security administration events.
GS002198.01 Audit logs cannot be changed after recording.
GS002243.01 Security service issues and operation of the system are well documented.

GS002287.01 The system distinguishes administrators, privileged users and common            0
            users. Administrators assign privileges and/or access rights to privileged
            and common users. Privileged users assign privileges and/or access rights
            to common users.
GS003952.01 The system does not display deleted health items, audit logs excepted.          0
GS003953.01 The system does not include deleted health items in clinical documentation                 0
            or export, for audit purposes excepted.
                       A83 - Attestation and non-repudiation
    ID                                       Statement



GS002182.01 The audit log contains the registration of users logging in or out.                        0

GS002779.01 The system supports the use of an electronic signature by each of the                      0
            users entitled to handle health items.
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                       Relating to the way in which data are acquired
                       and captured, including user interface and
                       application behaviour.




                       Relating to the clinical and administrative
                       information within an electronic health record.
Relating to the “clinical structuring” of the
content of the EHR, e.g. conformance to
archetypes and templates, problem linking,
treatment-indication link, episodes of care and
other grouping structures.




                 Comments
Relating to specific aspects of displaying the
content of an EHR, e.g. regarding user
interface and ordening of data elements in that
interface.
Properties of data elements applicable to any
kind of EHR independent of the domain of
application or the function addressed.
Relating to EHR system functions or
components that help to ensure the smooth
and safe running of that EHR system.




Relating to the process of reliably identifying
security subjects by securely associating an
identifier and its authenticator.




Relating to the granting and managing of
rights (to EHR data and to EHR system
functionality).
Relating to the means of ensuring that the
resources of a data processing system can be
accessed only by authorised entities in
authorised ways, including the appropriate
filtering of EHR data for display, analysis and
reporting
Relating to the proper management of
modifications to pre-existing EHR data,
including authorisation, attribution, validation,
disputing, retention of former versions and
appropriate dissemination or notification of
modifications.




   Relating to the pseudonymisation and /or
  anonymisation of data, and/or masking or
other techniques to limit the attribution of EHR
              data to an individual




Relating to components that ensure that any
action of any subject on any object may be
examined in order to establish the real
operational responsibilities
                       Relating to components that ensure that any
                       EHR system operation can be correctly and
                       authentically attributed to the responsible
                       actor(s)




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