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America’s Voice for Community Health Care. The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) represents Community and Migrant Health Centers, as well as Health Care for the Homeless and Public Housing Primary Care Programs and other community-based health centers.

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America s voice for community health care

America’s Voice for Community Health Care

The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) represents Community and Migrant Health Centers, as well as Health Care for the Homeless and Public Housing Primary Care Programs and other community-based health centers.

Founded in 1971, NACHC is a nonprofit advocacy organization providing education, training and technical assistance to health centers in support of their mission to provide quality health care to medically underserved populations.


America s voice for community health care

The NACHC Mission

To promote the provision of high quality, comprehensive and affordable health care that is coordinated, culturally and linguistically competent, and community directed for all medically underserved populations.


America s voice for community health care

For further information about NACHC and America’s Health Centers

Visit us at www.nachc.com


America s voice for community health care

A National Community Health Center Perspective

Issues & Challenges for Medicaid Eligible Providers

From AIU to Stage 1 Meaningful Use

Shane C. Hickey, MBA, MSDirector, Information Technology AssistanceNational Association of Community Health Centers

3/16/2012


Health center strategic priorities

Health Center Strategic Priorities


Ehr adoption among health centers

EHR Adoption Among Health Centers

Source: 2010 HRSA BPHC UDS Data


Outreach to 35 of non adopters

Outreach to 35% of Non-Adopters

Primary Goals & Objectives


Issues and challenges from prior non adopters

Issues and Challenges from Prior Non-Adopters


Issues and challenges from prior non adopters1

Issues and Challenges from Prior Non-Adopters


America s voice for community health care

Health Center Issues & Barriers from a National Regional Extension Center Perspective

Courtesy of:


Rec sites by barrier type reported

REC Sites By Barrier Type Reported

Data Source: ONC CRM Database (March 3, 2012).


Top five barriers for chcs proportion of providers impacted

Top Five Barriers for CHCs(Proportion of Providers Impacted)

MU Measure

Attestation Process

Practice Issue

VendorIssue

Data Source: ONC CRM Database (March 3, 2012). Non-priority hospitals did not report any barriers.


Top five mu measure specific barriers for chcs proportion of providers impacted

Top Five MU Measure-Specific Barriers for CHCs(Proportion of Providers Impacted)

Data Source: ONC CRM Database (March 3, 2012). Rural Hospitals and non-priority hospitals did not report any MU Measure Barriers.

Users may select multiple measure-specific issues as barriers within one report, therefore, these numbers may overestimate the total number of Barrier reports for Measure-specific issues.


Proportion of providers at chcs that reported mu measure barriers core

Proportion of Providers at CHCs that Reported MU Measure Barriers: Core

Data Source: ONC CRM Database (March 3, 2012). Rural Hospitals and non-priority hospitals did not report any MU Measure Barriers.

Users may select multiple measure-specific issues as barriers within one report, therefore, these numbers may overestimate the total number of Barrier reports for Measure-specific issues.


Proportion of providers at chcs that reported mu measure barriers menu

Proportion of Providers at CHCs that Reported MU Measure Barriers: Menu

Data Source: ONC CRM Database (March 3, 2012). Private Practices with 11+ providers, Public Hospitals, Rural Hospitals, and non-priority hospitals did not report any MU Measure Barriers. Specialty Practices did not report any Menu-set specific Barrier Issues. Users may select multiple measure-specific issues as barriers within one report, therefore, these numbers may overestimate the total number of Barrier reports for Measure-specific issues.


Implications for overcoming challenges and barriers moving forward

Implications for Overcoming Challenges and Barriers Moving Forward

  • Health centers will require assistance with more sophisticated and costly functionalities such as e-Rx, Patient Portals, HIE, etc.

  • Patient Centered Medical Home intersects with Meaningful Use work and it will be beneficial to work on these goals together in lieu of silos

  • Stage 2 MU brings new requirements and criteria that require development of new tools and education materials to assist CHCs (e.g. patient portal and interoperability requirements)


Questions

Questions?

Shane C. Hickey, MBA, MS

Director, Information Technology Assistance

National Association of Community Health Centers

301-347-0483 or [email protected]


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