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CIO State Network StateNet Conference Call. February 2, 2010. Mission: To advance and advocate the role of CIOs and senior healthcare IT leaders by providing educational, collaborative, and advocacy programs that lead to improved health and healthcare in our communities.

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CIO State NetworkStateNet Conference Call

February 2, 2010


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Mission:

To advance and advocate the role of CIOs and senior healthcare IT leaders by providing educational, collaborative, and advocacy programs that lead to improved health and healthcare in our communities.

Advocacy Supporting Goal:

Pursue advocacy and educational programming efforts with organizations that share our common goal of advancing the effective use of IT in healthcare.

CHIME Mission


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CIO StateNet Leadership

  • Randy McCleese/Kentucky

  • Russ Branzell/Colorado

  • Neal Ganguly/New Jersey


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Overview of Meeting

  • Introductions – CHIME Staff

  • Purpose and Background

    • Randy

  • Template and Resources

    • Neal

  • CIO State-level activity

    • Russ

  • Timeline and Next Steps

  • Qs and As


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CIO StateNet

  • Ensure that CIOs can leverage State-level HITECH implementation

  • Engage State CIO Volunteers for all 50 States and District of Columbia

  • Volunteers will serve as liaison for HITECH State activity

  • Completion of template information for upload to CHIME StateNet webpages

  • Website and in-state listservs to foster CIO information sharing


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State’sResponsibility for Building HIT Infrastructure

  • HIT infrastructure development process

    • Health information data sources

    • Establish Health Information Organizations

    • Build data exchange systems

    • Identify health information business associates

    • Identify most commonly used electronic health record systems

    • Clinical Data Repositories

    • Organize health information users community


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State’sResponsibility for Building HIT Infrastructure

  • HIT business and operational processes

    • Security and Privacy

    • Operations management and accountability

  • State designated authority

    • Policy setting and removing barriers to health information exchange

    • Project and funding priority setting

    • Oversight

    • Governance

    • Long range HIT planning and development


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StateNet Resources/Tools

  • Template data collection information/links re--

    • HIT planning authority

    • Strategic and operational plans

    • State-level directories

    • HIE business and operational processes

    • Other relevant data points

  • HIMSS State HIT website Links

  • CHIME Eligibility & Website Policy


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State HIE Cooperative Agreements GrantsTemplate Data

Purpose: To support planning and implementation of HIE.

Requires states to:

  • Identify state level authority for HIT planning and implementation,

  • Appoint a agency level HIT coordinator,

  • Perform an assessment and develop and implement strategic and operational plans for HIE infrastructure,

  • Develop state level directories and enable state wide technology platform for HIEs,

  • Develop HIE business and operational processes,

  • Remove barriers to health information exchange and interoperability between electronic health record systems.

    For meeting those requirements states will be eligible to receive $4.0 to $40.0 million in federal support over the next four years.


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Medicaid EHR Incentive Program

  • Requires Meaningful use of certified EHR system

  • Hospital EHR incentive program participants

    • Acute Hospitals

    • Children Hospitals

  • Eligible Non Hospital Based Provider EHR incentiveincludes:

    • Physicians

    • Nurse Practitioners

    • Certified Nurse Midwife

    • Physician Assistants (practicing in rural clinic or FQHC)

    • Dentist

    • Community Health Centers and Rural Clinics

  • Providers attestation and validation process: Medicaid will be determine provider eligibility and EHR eligible incentive payment amount

  • All processes must be auditable and transparent


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StateNet Eligibility and and Website Policy

  • StateNet Liaisons (or designee) responsible for uploading documents to StateNet Webpages and any changes to documents. A password and log-in will be provided.

  • Each State webpage will include a template for inputting data.

  • Other State CIOs have access to webpages on read-only basis and may suggest changes by communicating with CIO State Liaison and other CIOs via in-state list-serves.


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StateNet Eligibility and and Website Policy

  • CHIME members will register for their state’s list-serve through CHIME list-serves.

  • Any non-CHIME member CIO requesting participation in a particular state list-serve and website must register and be approved by the State Liaison.

  • Only CHIME members and registered non-CHIME members will have access to contact information for CHIME member State Liaison and other participants.


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StateNet

Timeline and Next Steps

  • March 30 – website live/proposed

  • April 1 – 1st data submissions

  • April 7 – Next call/proposed


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StateNet Eligbility and Website Policy

  • StateNet Liaisons (or designee) are responsible for uploading documents to StateNet Webpages and subsequent changes. A password and log-in will be provided.

  • Each State webpage will include a template for inputting data.

  • Other State CIOs have access to webpages on read-only basis and may suggest changes by communicating with CIO State Liaison and other CIOs via in-state list-serves.


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StateNet Eligbility and Website Policy

  • CHIME members will register for their state’s list-serve through CHIME list-serves.

  • Any non-CHIME member CIO requesting participation in particular state list-serve and website must register and be approved by the State Liaison.

  • Only CHIME members and registered non-CHIME members will have access to contact information for CHIME member State Liaison and other participants.


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The Connected Healthcare System

Hospital Care

Coordination

Diagnostics

Specialist Referral

Primary

Care

Medical

Home

Provider

Order Entry Lab

Result Reporting

EHR/HIE

Research

E-Prescribing

Remote Patient

Self Monitoring

MCO Medical

Medical Mgmt.


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Your CHIME StateNet Advocacy Team

Sharon Canner, Senior Director of Advocacy Programs /CHIME

703-562-8834 [email protected]

Kathie Westpheling, Manager, Public Policy/HIMSS703-562-8831 [email protected]

Co-Chairs

Russ Branzell/Colorado

Neal Ganguly/New Jersey

Randy McCleese/Kentucky

Richard A. Correll

President and CEO/CHIME

CHIME Arlington Office

4300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 250

Arlington, VA 22203

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