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Setting the Stage for Meaningful Use Stage 2:  Case Studies and Approaches Public Health Agencies (PHAs): Stage 2 Meaningful Use Public Health Reporting Requirements- Are you ready ? Sanjeev Tandon Laura Rappleye Michael Coletta.

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Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Setting the Stage for Meaningful Use Stage 2:  Case Studies and ApproachesPublic Health Agencies (PHAs): Stage 2 Meaningful Use Public Health Reporting Requirements- Are you ready?Sanjeev TandonLaura RappleyeMichael Coletta

Presenting on behalf of the Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements Task Force


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Disclaimer

The views and conclusions in this presentation are those of the authors, (presented on behalf of the Stage 2 Meaningful Use Public Health Reporting Requirements Task Force) and do not represent the official position of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) or other affiliated organizations.


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

  • Agenda

  • Stage 2 MU Public Health Reporting Requirements Task Force

  • New Public Health Processes for Stage 2 MU

    • Declaration of Readiness

    • Registration of Intent

    • On-boarding

    • Acknowledgement

  • Task Force Deliverables


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

  • Stage 2 MU Public Health Reporting Requirements Task Force

  • Formed to discuss and develop consensus guidance around the new processes across domains and across jurisdictions

  • Representatives from:

  • American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA)

  • Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

  • Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE)

  • International Society of Disease Surveillance (ISDS)

  • Joint Public Health Informatics Taskforce (JPHIT)

  • National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)

  • North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR)

  • Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)

  • Public Health Informatics Institute (PHII)

  • State Public Health Agencies (20+)

  • And Others


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

  • New Public Health Processes

  • for Stage 2 MU


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

Registration of Intent

2014 3-MonthEHR Reporting Period

MONTH 1

MONTH 2

MONTH 3

60-Day Period for Providers to Register Intent with PHAs

2015 Full Year EHR Reporting Period

12 MONTHS

60-Day Period for Providers to Register Intent with PHAs

Providers must register their intent with the PHA within the first 60 days of their EHR reporting period


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

On-boarding

  • PHAs will onboard Providers that register their intent to submit data for the MU objectives. Separate onboarding is required for each MU objective.

  • PHA prioritize Providers that register

  • PHA invites Provider to begin testing and validation

  • PHA and Provider engage in data testing and validation

  • After successful testing and validation Provider initiates ongoing submission

CMS Final Rule: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-09-04/pdf/2012-21050.pdf(Page 54022)

..... successful ongoing submission as electronic submission of reportable data during the normal course of a provider’s operations. This is not to say all data that is reportable is sent to the PHA. A provider who is submitting any reportable data during their normal course of their operations is engaged in ongoing submission.


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  • Scenario 1

  • Submitting the required public health data prior to Stage 2 using a 2014 ONC certified EHR AND

  • Continues to submit during the EPs reporting period

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

On-boarding

  • Scenario 2

  • Registered intent within 60 days of the EPs reporting period AND

  • Achieved ongoing submission during the Stage 2 reporting period

Providers can attest YES to meeting the measure, if one of four scenarios are met:

  • Scenario 3

  • Registered intent within 60 days of the EPs reporting period AND

  • Engaged in the required testing and validation process leading to ongoing submission

  • Scenario 4

  • Registered intent within 60 days of the EPs reporting period AND

  • Awaiting an invitation to engage in the required testing and validation process


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  • Scenario 1

  • Fails to register their intent by the deadline

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

On-boarding

  • Fails to participate in the onboarding process as demonstrated by failure to respond to the PHA written requests for action within 30 days on two separate occasions.

Providers will NOT meet the measure, if they fail to respond to PHA requests

Scenario 2

CMS Final Rule: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-09-04/pdf/2012-21050.pdf(Page 54021)

The measure will not be met if the provider—

• Fails to register their intent by the deadline; or

• Fails to participate in the onboarding process as demonstrated by failure to respond to the PHA written requests for action within 30 days on two separate occasions.


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

Acknowledgement

  • PHAs provide written communications affirming Providers are able to submit relevant public health data to the PHA (Provider achieved ongoing submission). The Providers use this written communication to support their attestation.

  • Examples of written communications include, but are not limited to:

  • Email sent to provider

  • Letter mailed to provider

  • HL7 Acknowledgement Messages from Immunization/Syndromic submissions

  • Posting information on PHA website

CMS Final Rule: http://www.federalregister.gov/a/2012-21050/p-1018

Comment: Commenters suggested that the expectation that public health agencies provide affirmation letters is too restrictive in accomplishing the goal of established a record of communication between the provider and the PHA. They maintain that there are simpler and less burdensome ways such as automated acknowledgment messages from immunization submissions.

Response: We agree that our proposal requiring it must be a letter is too restrictive and revise our expectation to allow for any written communication (which may be in electronic format) from the PHA affirming that the EP, eligible hospital or CAH was able to submit the relevant public health data to the PHA.


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

Task Force Deliverables Are Available on phConnect at:

http://www.phconnect.org/group/ph-reporting-task-force

  • “Meaningful Use Stage 2 Public Health Agency Readiness Guidance and Recommendations” posted to phConnect on April 8, 2013

  • “Recommended Functionality for Registration of Intent and On-Boarding Processes” posted to phConnect on May 6, 2013

  • “Issue Brief: Electronic Health Information Transport for Public Health and Meaningful Use” posted to phConnect on May 6, 2013

  • “Meaningful Use Stage 2 Public Health Agency Readiness Specialized Registries” posted to phConnect on May 30, 2013

  • Other Documents


Presenting on behalf of the stage 2 mu ph reporting requirements task force

Stage 2 MU PH Reporting Requirements - Are you ready?

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