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House Bill 4212 (2020 1st Special Session) requires health care providers subject to
Oregon Disease Reporting rules to report REALD information when reporting the following information to the Oregon Health Authority (OHA):
The Oregon Health Authority is implementing REALD requirements in three phases:
Learn about 2020 template changes
Visit the REALD Data Reporting for COVID-19 Encounters page for complete information about how to report REALD data to OHA.
If providers cannot comply with data collection and reporting requirements by the timeline outlined in rule 333-018-0011, they may request an extension by submitting a Compliance Plan to OHA.
The plan must provide sufficient detail to demonstrate a good faith effort to come into compliance in a timely manner, including plans for:
OHA's Compliance Plan Template lists the required and optional information to include in the plan for OHA review.
OHA will review the plan and may ask for additional information or clarification.
Once OHA approves the Compliance Plan:
This guide provides information to help health systems and providers meet the data collection and reporting requirements of HB 4212. Topics include:
This comprehensive guide to REALD provides in-depth information to facilitate implementation of the REALD data collection standards. This guide also includes information to support analysis and reporting of REALD data. Topics include:
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