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MMGs and Artifacts

The tabs below contain NNDSS HL7 Message Mapping Guides (MMGs) that are either final or in development.

  • Final MMGs: This section contains MMGs and related artifacts that are available for all public health reporting jurisdictions to use to implement NNDSS HL7 case notifications.
  • MMGs in Development: This section contains a list of the NNDSS HL7 MMGs that are currently in development. This section also contains any NNDSS HL7 MMGs that are currently available for a 30-day external review by public health reporting jurisdictions or other implementers. CDC responses will also be posted here after external review comments are evaluated for incorporation into the MMG.
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Trichinellosis v1.0.1 Message Mapping Guide

Tuberculosis and Latent TB Infection v3.0.1 Message Mapping Guide

Note: The TB and Latent TB Infection v3.0.1 MMG is the preferred version of the MMG and includes an updated data type for the Industry and Occupation template and an updated value set. Please refer to the Revisions tab for specifics. Note: The TB and Latent TB Infection v3.0 MMG is still supported for onboarding purposes.

* This Link takes you to the "View" in PHIN VADS of all the value sets included in this MMG. The latest "View" is labeled the "Current" version. On the "View" page in PHIN VADS, you can subscribe to future updates to value sets. For more information about PHIN VADS "Views," please refer to this presentation, which was presented as a hot topic on the June 16, 2016, eSHARE call.

  • Blood Lead
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Congenital Rubella Syndrome - In Pilot Testing
  • Healthcare-associated infections of Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms (HAI MDRO) - In Pilot Testing
  • Measles - In Pilot Testing
  • Respiratory and Invasive Bacterial Disease
  • Rubella - In Pilot Testing