The pharmacist care plan can be implemented in two formats: C-CDA and FHIR. C-CDA stands for Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture and is a broadly-adopted HL7 standard for exchange of clinical data.
Read more about C-CDA here.
The C-CDA version of the pharmacist care plan is a based on the more general HL7 care plan, with changes to some section requirements and the addition of a payer section.
The link below provides an example C-CDA format pharmacist care plan that includes all required sections plus additional sections showing problem observations, immunizations and vitals signs observations.
The pharmacist care plan can be implemented in two formats: C-CDA and FHIR. FHIR stands for Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources and is HL7’s “next generation” healthcare data standard.
Read more about FHIR here.
The links below provide FHIR-formatted pharmacist care plans for implementers to use as examples:
Snomed CT codes used within the Pharmacist Care plan can be accessed from the Value Set Authority Center. Click below for more information.
CPESN USA has provided a summary of codes (updated 4/22/21) that are pertinent to community pharmacy. There may be instances where a user may request a code that is not available. Pharmacy HIT Collaborative has created a process to request for new codes as well as a template to use for submission.