Knowledgebase : VA Statewide Trauma Registry > What Must Be Submitted
This diagram illustrates which patients must be submitted by all Virginia hospitals providing emergency services. Greater detail can be found in the following documents: VSTRv3 list of elements, VSTRv3 list of elements and fields, and the full VSTRv3 Data Dictionary. SUBMISSION TIMELINES HOSPITALS: each patient meeting the criteria found in the diagram below are to be reported within 30 days of hospital discharge. DESIGNATED TRAUMA CENTERS: quarterly submissions for patients meeting the cr...
Attached is the most detailed document identifying the requirements for submitting the mandatory minimum trauma registry dataset. The data dictionary is a living document and will be continuously updated through out the life cycle of this dataset.
The attached documents provide provide hospital and trauma centers with a detailed list of data elements that must be submitted by each Virginia hospital that provides emergency services. The detailed lists also contain the fields/values that are collected with each element. The full data dictionary provides additional information that agencies may need. NOTE: there are two files attached; one for hospitals that are not designated by the State as a trauma center and one for Level I, II, an...
TOPIC: Reporting EMS Times & Field Vitals Signs EXPLANATION: Clarify which EMS response dates/times should be reported and where to obtain field vital signs Trauma centers are required to report EMS response dates/times when a trauma patient arrives at their hospital by EMS. These dates and times include when the EMS unit was dispatched, arrived on scene or at the referring hospital, and when the EMS unit departed the scene or referring hospital. When trauma centers need to report the EMS ...
The attached document provides a shortened list of the Virginia EMS minimum dataset that VPHIB will migrate to in July 2013. The full data dictionary provides additional information that agencies and vendors may need. NOTE: there are two files attached; one for hospitals that are not designated by the State as a trauma center and one for Level I, II, and III State designated trauma centers. Please be carefull to use the correct list.