CCDA stands for "Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture". It is a standard developed to exchange clinical data electronically within practices and between providers for better care coordination.
CCDA documents can contain clinical content; a typical CCDA document contains Encounters, Problems, Assessment, Allergies, Adverse Reactions, Alerts, Vital Signs, Medications, Immunizations, Functional Status, Plan of Care, Social History, Result, Reason for Visit, and Instructions, Procedures, Reason for Referral.
CCDA provides patient records that can be created and read by any electronic medical record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR).
You can also download the CCDA report into pdf or xml format as well as print it out.