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DOQ-IT in Arkansas Nancy Archer HCQIP Director. Guess What. We’re in a WHAT pilot??? QUICK, do an Environmental Scan AFMC Staff Stakeholder groups Physician practices Vendors Wiring. What the Scan Identified.

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DOQ-IT

in

Arkansas

Nancy Archer

HCQIP Director

guess what
Guess What...
  • We’re in a WHAT pilot???
  • QUICK, do an Environmental Scan
    • AFMC Staff
    • Stakeholder groups
    • Physician practices
    • Vendors
    • Wiring
what the scan identified
What the Scan Identified...
  • AFMC Staff: Valuable relationships with providers and experience in office environment with QI; some with EHR exp.
  • Stakeholders: 3 Majors interested in HIT, but have NO independent resources—
  • Physicians: Approx.1570 physician practices---about 73% solo. Some interest in HIT, but no time, need help—ONSITE
what the scan identified1
What the Scan Identified...
  • Vendors: Couple of local products, assault on QIO to market products—difficulty understanding QIO role
  • Wiring: Many dial-up only areas of state—1 of least wired states in country
physicians need want
Physicians Need & Want:
  • Someone to help that has a CLUE and time to spend in their clinic for free!
  • Peers to help gain perspective--good and bad.
  • Someone to assess & research to give them a few good recommendations of products.
  • Money to buy the system they want
  • GUIDANCE through the Process...
barriers
Barriers
  • Lack of financial incentives
  • Change is not widely accepted in the medical community
  • Gaining “buy-in” consensus from every physician in a group
  • Vendor market instability
  • HIPAA and security concerns
  • Reluctance of administration to change current Practice Management Systems
moving on quickly
Moving on Quickly...

We must create our own model for DOQ-IT in AR:

Consultative Model

+

Academic Detailing

ar doq it roadmap
AR DOQ-IT Roadmap

Recruit enroll

Assess onsite/everything/team

Plan goals/redesign/improve

Select software & hardware

Implement clinic support

Evaluate goals met/data capture

Improve care management

assess plan select
Assess, PLAN, Select...
  • “PLAN” must be stressed
  • Big implementation errors are often due to lack of thorough planning
  • You have to know how current processes flow in the practice to be able to plan adequately for a new tool
  • Educate the physician and office staff that time spent planning will payoff...
identifying waste
Identifying Waste
  • Flow mapping: examine patient visits
    • A variety of visits
    • Observation “through the patient’s eyes”
    • Details to look for:
      • Constraints/bottlenecks
      • Total cycle time and patient-provider time
      • Customer service
      • Facility barricades, equipment inadequacies
      • Paperwork
      • Waste, duplication, rework
      • Value-added and non-value added activities
      • Handoffs
measuring encounter flow
Measuring Encounter Flow
  • Follow two individuals from the office
  • Note every step
  • “First we…then we…”
  • Differentiate between process steps (something happens) and queues (waits and delays)
  • Measure time in minutes
mapping process steps
Mapping Process Steps
  • Draw a floor plan (or use OSHA evac map)
  • Watch one person perform their work, noting where they go and what they do
  • Do this for each person in the process of focus
  • Map the process steps
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Workflow modification must be addressed prior to selecting and implementing an EHR product
  • Planning is crucial and standardization of processes is a MUST from the standpoint of documentation compatibility and data retrieval
  • Physicians are engaged and resolute in transitioning to EHRs
successes
Successes
  • Recruitment efforts
  • Clinics are moving along the path to being fully implemented
  • Acceptance of the necessity to address workflow issues prior to implementation
  • We are a primary resource for the physicians of the state that are interested in EHR adoption
participation as of 8 15 2005
ParticipationAs of 8/15/2005

# of clinics participating 168

# of physicians participating 463

# of NPs participating 57

# of PAs participating 4

# clinics with EHR 39

# of participants planning to implement

EHR in next year 75

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