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I NSTITUTE FOR G OVERNMENTAL S ERVICE AND R ESEARCH. IGSR SMART Briefing for: Maryland State Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council 23 June 2010. SMART Collaborative Highlights. I NSTITUTE FOR G OVERNMENTAL S ERVICE AND R ESEARCH.

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INSTITUTEFOR

GOVERNMENTAL

SERVICE ANDRESEARCH

IGSR SMART Briefing for:

Maryland State Drug and

Alcohol Abuse Council

23 June 2010


SMART CollaborativeHighlights

INSTITUTEFOR

GOVERNMENTAL

SERVICE ANDRESEARCH

  • Based upon federal Web Infrastructure for Treatment Services (WITS) public domain software designed in 2002

  • Customized in MD and nationally through IGSR & FEI

  • Deployed in 22 states and counties

  • Enhanced using cost and code sharing strategies through a national collaborative of member jurisdictions (WCP)

  • Designed to share assessment, treatment, case management, criminal justice, and drug court data across agency boundaries

  • Developed as an integrated consent-driven electronic case record


SMART Collaborative Benefits

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GOVERNMENTAL

SERVICE ANDRESEARCH

  • Statewide collaboration occurs in real-time between government agencies, non-profit organizations and providers

  • Electronic consents enforce federal and state confidentiality regulations

  • Interagency data repository promotes performance reporting within and between agencies

  • Interface strategies facilitate record sharing with legacy systems

  • Client- and event-driven records support daily operations

  • Development costs can be shared across stakeholders and agencies


SMART MD Strategies for HIE

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GOVERNMENTAL

SERVICE ANDRESEARCH

  • Adopt standard Health Level 7 (HL7) record structures and methods for exchanging information

  • Develop SMART as both a repository and potential source of records incorporating HL7 consent directives under development

  • Participate in MD DPSCS pilot for sharing records meeting NIEM standards


MD Network of Users Accessing the SMART Service Oriented Architecture

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Real-time

  • SMART Users

  • Treatment Agencies

  • Parole and Probation

  • Juvenile Services

  • Drug Courts

External Systems

SMART

Application

And

Database

Servers

MD Division of Parole & Probation

Data Service

MD Department of Juvenile Services

Data Service

SMART

EHR/ECR

Montgomery County JJIS

Data Service

Existing County & Provider Systems

Data Service

EHR/ECR = Electronic Health/Case Record

Data Service = HL7 .xml using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and/or MQSeries in real-time.


SMART: Client- and Event-Driven Electronic Records (EHR/ECR)

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SMART MD Metrics

SMART MD database metrics as of 12/11/09

  • Number of agencies755

  • Number of facilities806

  • Total Users14,961

  • Active users*3,525

  • Total client profiles964,166

  • Total client profiles from MQ Server172,342

  • Total intake cases1,604,897

  • Active intake cases434,851

  • Average number of new cases/month**19,604

    *Logged on at least once within the last 12 months.

    **Over the last 12 months. Average for 11/1/2007 to 10/31/2008 was 20,384.


SMART Electronic Consents

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GOVERNMENTAL

SERVICE ANDRESEARCH


Federal CSAT Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) Model

Recovery

Abstinence

Evidence-Based Practice

Systems of Care

Addiction

Services System

Child Welfare

and Family

Services

Employment

Services & Supports

Private

Providers

Family/Child Care

Alcohol/Drug Treatment

Social

Services

Mental Health

System

Vocational

Cost Effectiveness

Individual

Family

Community

Educational

PTSD & Mental Health

Crime

Housing/

Transportation

Housing

Authority

Primary Care

System

Health Care

Perception

Of Care

Spiritual

HIV Services

Vocational Services

Indian Health

Services

Financial

VSO & Peer Support

Legal

Case Mgt

Homelessness

Retention

Health Insurance

Criminal Justice

System

Health

Wellness

DoD & Veterans Affairs

Access/Capacity

Social Connectedness

Ongoing Systems Improvement


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Contact Information

  • Stephan Sherman, Associate Director

  • Institute for Governmental Service and Research

  • 9658 Baltimore Blvd, Suite 205

  • College Park, Md 20740

  • 301.397.2336

  • [email protected]


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