Yes, we plan to put surescripts into DISPENSING 
(#499<https://informatics.gpcnetwork.org/trac/Project/ticket/499>).

I think we included administration and current meds as well as orders in our 
PRESCRIBING. Maybe we shouldn't have... I hadn't looked at the materials you 
cite.

Our RX_BASIS mappings are in 
pcornet_mapping.csv<https://github.com/kumc-bmi/i2p-transform/blob/master/Oracle/pcornet_mapping.csv>;
 I'm not sure I understand them fully; 
#496<https://informatics.gpcnetwork.org/trac/Project/ticket/496> has lots of 
gory details.

--
Dan

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behalf of Phillip Reeder [phillip.ree...@utsouthwestern.edu]
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2016 2:11 PM
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Subject: Medication in PCORI CDM

I’m looking to see if I’m interpreting the CDM correctly for 
prescribing/dispensing.

We have 4 sources for medications in our i2b2:
1) Med Orders
2) Med Admin
3) Current Meds
4) RX Filled(Surescripts)

Looking at the diagram "3.4 The Continuum of Medication-related Data Domains” 
for the CDM documentation 
(http://pcornet.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/2015-06-01-PCORnet-Common-Data-Model-v3dot0-RELEASE.pdf),
 It looks to be as if the med orders should go into the prescribing table. Med 
Admin should be ignored based on the "INTERNAL FILL AND MEDICATION 
ADMINISTRATION” box stating "Not currently represented in CDM, given the 
specialized data stream.”  And the Current Meds should be ignored based on the 
"MEDICATION RECONCILIATION /ACTIVE MED LIST” box stating that they are not 
represented in the CDM.  I’m thinking that the surescripts data would go into 
the dispensing?

Does that seem correct?

Also, how would you define the rx_basis for the med orders?
01=Dispensing
02=Administration
NI=No information
UN=Unknown
OT=Other
Are there definitions somewhere as to what dispensing and administration mean 
for the RX basis?

Thanks,
Phillip

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