According to the CDC/NCHS’ Division of Vital Statistics (DVS), the DVS, the Classifications and Public Health Data Standards Staff (CPHDSS), the National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems (NAPHSIS), state representatives and other vital records stakeholders are developing vital records standards to enable interoperable electronic data exchanges among electronic health record systems, U.S. vital records systems and potentially other public information systems for birth, death and fetal death events. As an RHIA, you may be assigned the task of identifying the requirements for electronic transmission of information to meet state or national requirements. In your initial response, for the standard assigned to you, please address the following:

Responsible Work Group
Three key components of the model
For further information and a description of each standard, please visit the CDC/ Public Health Information Network (Links to an external site.) (PHIN) website at:

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