Knowledgebase : Virginia Elite (V3) > VAv3 Accepted Values Lists
Unlike VPHIB's version 2; version 3 collects the patient's currently prescribed medications. In addition, the patient's current medication uses the RxNorm standard to collect and store the patient's current medications in the background to bring EMS in-line with other health care services. The attached document(s) below have a suggested list of 866 medications prescribed in Virginia. Also, attached are the two resource documents that were used by VPHIB staffs to pair-down the list 12,616 prescri...
Attached is the list of medications used by VPHIB for use with eMedication.03/Medication Given and dConfiguration.04/Medications Permitted by the State. We are committed to being flexible with the submission of medication codes, but need to utilize best practices based upon the RxNorm [http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/umls/rxnorm/] national data standard. It is the intent of the State to allow the submission of any valid RxNorm code, which allows for the submission of any medication. Some past ...
Attached is the list of procedures accepted by VPHIB for use with eProcedures.03/Procedure and dConfiguration.03/Procedures Permitted by the State. We are committed to being flexible with the submission of procedure codes, but need to utilize best practices based upon the SNOMED [http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/umls/Snomed/snomed_main.html] procedure codes. When an agency determines it performs a procedure that is not listed; a request to add the additional procedures/SNOMED codes must be submit...
Attached is the current list of hospitals within the Virginia Elite system and their corresponding codes. (For agencies that have their own ImageTrend Elite system - the ImageTrend Library was updated with the most current Hospital information after 3:00 pm on 08/14/2018)  SPECIAL NOTE FOR AGENCIES USING 3RD PARTY SYSTEMS AND IMPORTING DATA INTO THE VIRGINIA ELITE SYSTEM:  As has been stated on several notices as well as documented in the version 3.4.0 and now the new version 3.4.1 Virginia ...
Unlike VPHIB's version 2; version 3 collects the patient's past medical history (PMH). In addition, the patient's PMH now uses ICD10 codes in the background to bring EMS in-line with other health care services. The attached document(s) below describes how the VPHIB program is managing the availability of values, collection of those values, and validation of those values associated with the patient's PMH. VALUE: Understanding that using a new defined list to choose your patient's PMH will be a ...
Attached is the list of Provider's Primary Impression (eSituation.12) or Provider's Secondary Impression (eSituation.13) accepted by VPHIB. We are committed to being flexible with the submission of provider impressions, but need to utilize best practices based upon ICD10-CM [http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Coding/ICD10/2015-ICD-10-CM-and-GEMs.html] diagnosis codes. When an agency determines it needs to collect an impression that is not listed; a request to add an additional impression will need to b...
Attached is the list of Primary Symptom (eSituation.09) and Other Associated Symptoms (eSituation.10) accepted by VPHIB. We are committed to being flexible with the submission of symptoms, but need to utilize best practices based upon ICD10-CM [http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Coding/ICD10/2015-ICD-10-CM-and-GEMs.html] diagnosis codes. When an agency determines it needs to collect an symptom that is not listed; a request to add an additional symptom will need to be submitted to OEMS prior to submissi...
Attached is the list of protocols accepted by VPHIB for use with eProtocol.03/Protocol Used, dConfiguration.05/Protocols Permitted by the State, and dConfiguration.10/EMS Agency Protocols. We are committed to being flexible with the submission of procedure codes, but need to utilize best practices based upon the national EMS data standard [http://www.nemsis.org/media/XSD_v3/_nemsis_v3.3.4/3.3.4.140328/DEMEMS/DataDictionary/index.html]. When an agency determines it performs a protocol that is not...
Attached is the list of Incident Location Types (eScene.09) accepted by VPHIB. We are committed to being flexible with the incident location types, but need to utilize best practices based upon ICD10-CM [http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Coding/ICD10/2015-ICD-10-CM-and-GEMs.html] location codes. When an agency determines it needs to collect an incident location type that is not listed; a request to add an additional location type will need to be submitted to OEMS prior to submission. Agencies are en...
Attached is the list of Causes of Injury (eInjury.01) accepted by VPHIB. We are committed to being flexible with the cause of injury types, but need to utilize best practices based upon ICD10-CM [http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Coding/ICD10/2015-ICD-10-CM-and-GEMs.html] location codes. When an agency determines it needs to collect a cause of injury type that is not listed; a request to add an additional cause of injury will need to be submitted to OEMS prior to submission. Agencies are encouraged ...