Has your laboratory completed LOINC and SNOMED CT encoding?
LOINC and SNOMED CT Training
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It's no secret that laboratories across the country are finding it challenging to accurately encode test menus with proper LOINC and SNOMED CT codes. The Lab Interoperability Collaborative (LIC) provides webinar based LOINC and SNOMED CT training programs for hospitals and commercial labs, vendors and other stakeholders in the lab reporting workflow.
LIC training webinars are presented by former College of American Pathologists terminology experts and targeted to assist lab staff to properly encode laboratory test results with the most specific LOINC and SNOMED CT codes available.
For only $249 a participant receives:
Monthly LOINC and SNOMED CT webinar training sessions.
ELR Best Practices Guide - a 60 page step by step guide to terminology mapping.
Post webinar support
Access to the LIC Resource Library including instructional videos, templates and best practices.
Discussion forums and answers to frequently asked questions, plus more.
Click here to register for access to the LIC website and participation in LIC Training services.
Please contact us at info@LabInteroperabilityCollaborative.org for more details.
Once registered, an invoice will be emailed to the contact listed on the registration form. That invoice can be paid by check or credit card, and once paid, a confirmation email with logon instructions will be sent.
The combined solution helps ensure that hospital laboratories receive Meaningful Use incentives by simplifying compliance with public health reporting requirements and other urgent mandates
SAINT PAUL, MN – July 15, 2014 – The Lab Interoperability Collaborative (LIC), a catalyst for population and public health management, selected the Association of Public Health Laboratories’ (APHL) Informatics Messaging Services to provide network services to support the LIC public health reporting services within the United States. This collaboration allows hospital and commercial laboratories to securely transport electronic laboratory results to public health reporting jurisdictions, allowing them to meet federal and local requirements while supporting all transport protocols.
Additionally, please review the What's Involved section of the website to learn more about the opportunity and resources available. Please check this website frequently for additional details, registration and connection information.
June 22nd - June 26th at the Nashville Convention Center, TN.
June 22, 2014
June 11th - June 12th at the Double Tree Hotel in St. Louis Park, MN.
June 11, 2014
April 29th - May 1st at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, GA.
April 29, 2014
April 29th - April 30th at the Sheraton Hotel in New Orleans, LA.
April 29, 2014
The College of American Pathologists (CAP) is pleased to offer this letter of support of the proposal for the second phase of activities by the Lab Interoperability Collaborative (LIC)...
October 25, 2013
The Public Health Informatics Program Office of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced through a published cooperative agreement that funding was available for the purposes of establishing a Laboratory Interoperability Cooperative (LIC)...
November 08, 2013
Dear Health Care Leader & LIC Participant:
I'm writing to thank you, your organization, and the nearly 1,200 others across the country who helped achieve what two years ago seemed a monumental task – achieving Electronic Laboratory Reporting (ELR)...
October 01, 2013
PDF - Submission of reportable laboratory results to Public Health Agencies (PHAs) as defined in the Meaningful Use (MU) final rules.
September 30, 2013
PDF - Reports on the Progress in Increasing Electronic Reporting of Laboratory Results to Public Health Agencies.
September 27, 2013