Public Health Meaningful Use:
Electronic Reportable Laboratory Results
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Electronic Reportable Lab Results
The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene (WSLH) is capable of receiving
electronic reportable lab results on behalf of Wisconsin’s Division of Public
Health. Any hospital that wants to satisfy the Meaningful Use objective for reportable lab results data
submission has to conform to the HL7 2.5.1 standard and LOINC V2.27. The technology used by the hospital
to generate the reportable lab result HL7 2.5.1 message has to be a
federally certified 2014 Edition EHR technology
for this objective.
If you would like to submit HL7 2.5.1 reportable lab results using your certified EHR technology,
please visit the PHREDS registration page. To register, you will need the
- Organization name
- Primary technical contact information (phone number and email address)
- Primary Meaningful Use contact information, if applicable (phone number and email address)
- Primary address
- Meaningful Use stage and year, if applicable
- EHR vendor name
- EHR product name and version of product
- Is your hospital capable of submitting reportable lab results that conform to the HL7 2.5.1 standard?
- Is your hospital capable of submitting reportable lab results that conform to the LOINC V2.27 standard?
- An estimate of the quantity of reportable lab results identified or suspected each month.
For providers onboarding to meet Meaningful Use, the Reportable Lab Results and other program areas will not
begin the onboarding process until you register.
onboarding checklist for electronic reportable lab results (PDF, 99 KB)
to learn how to submit data electronically.
If you have questions concerning the registration process, please email
If you have questions concerning the technical onboarding process for Reportable Lab Results, please email
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Last Revised: January 03, 2014