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Leadership in Action: HIM’s Role in Healthcare Transformation Pennsylvania Health Information Management Association May 9, 2011 Valerie Watzlaf, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA 3 rd Year Director, AHIMA Board. Today’s Discussion. AHIMA’s 2011 Strategic Initiatives HIM’s Role in Healthcare Transformation

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Leadership in Action: HIM’s Role in Healthcare TransformationPennsylvania Health Information Management AssociationMay 9, 2011Valerie Watzlaf, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA3rd Year Director, AHIMA Board


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AHIMA’s 2011 Strategic Initiatives

HIM’s Role in Healthcare Transformation

Key AHIMA Resources

HIM Leadership in Action


Ahima 2011 strategic initiatives

Lead the Industry

Serve

Stakeholders

Evolve/

Innovate Processes & Infrastructure:

  • Employ Resources to Advance Organizational Effectiveness

AHIMA 2011 Strategic Initiatives

Lead the Profession

Lead the Association

  • Define future HIM & HI roles

  • HIIM workforce development

  • Develop long-term membership strategy

  • Promote value of AHIMA members

  • Improve health information management practice through effective adoption and use of EHRs & ICD-10

  • Design policies & standards

  • Engage stakeholders

  • Enhance HIM role

  • Advance adoption

  • Engage HIIM workforce

  • Recruit to HIIM

  • Develop competency based resources (products/services)

  • Communicate future HIIM roles

  • Provide targeted products & services

  • Enhance AHIMA’s brand

  • Develop influence opportunities & authoritative resources

  • Confidentiality, privacy, security, ICD10, EHR adoption, HIE, Clinical data & documentation integrity

  • Update learning content

  • Identify & promote AHMA to new HIIM markets

  • Develop customized resources for new markets

  • Enhance customer experience

  • Strategically align affiliates/ partners

  • Expand leadership capabilities

  • Optimize organization to accommodate membership strategy

Create

Positive Impact

  • Meet financial plan

  • Optimize technology and communications investments

  • Increase effectiveness and efficiency of operations

  • Coordinated operational processes

Last Updated 01/12/11


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Membership

CoP

Board of Directors

Practice

Councils

Affiliates

Committees

House of Delegates

Work Groups

Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education

State Advocacy Workgroup

Clinical Terminology & Classification

Annual Convention Program

House Operations

Exhibit Advisory

AAAC Council

(AHIMA/

AMIA

Joint Advisory Council)

Electronic Health Record

HIM Higher Education and Workforce

HIM Education Strategy

Commission on Certification for Health Informatics and Information Management

Long Term Care

Nominating

Environmental Scan

e-HIM Workgroups

Professional Ethics

Physician Practice

Professional Development & Recognition

Fellowship Review

Privacy & Security

AHIMA Foundation

Virtual Lab Strategic Advisory

Volunteer & Leadership Development

Quality Initiatives and SecondaryData

Component State Associations

CoP Advisory

Approval Com for Certificate Programs

Best Practices/ Standards

Health Information Exchange

Triumph Awards

How do we fully implement AHIMA’s 2011 strategic initiatives?

2011 Volunteer Organizational Chart


Governance as leadership

Governance as Leadership

Governance Bodies

  • Board of Directors & Board of Directors Governance Committee

    • House of Delegates & House Teams

2011 Governance Activities

  • Bylaws revision

  • Code of Ethics update

  • Association/not for profit governance education

  • Great Governance is a journey, not a destination” Great Boards Newsletter, 9/25/10


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AHIMA Values:

Member’s diversity, continuing education, leadership development and professional credentialing

Adherence to AHIMA Code of Ethics

Research to advance innovative and ethical health informatics and information management practice

Advocacy and interdisciplinary collaboration with other professional organizations

The public’s right to accurate and confidential personal health information

The development, implementation and use of electronic health records and other automated technologies, based on HIM best practices and standards, to facilitate health information exchange and quality healthcare


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AHIMA HIM Core Model


Ahima brand building framework

AHIMA Brand Building Framework


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Healthcare Transformation

  • Healthcare Reform

  • Meaningful Use

  • Health Information

  • Exchange

  • Privacy and Security

  • ICD-10

Provide more data, which can lead to improved access, patient safety, outcomes, and efficiency


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  • Data integrity

  • Access

  • Real-time decision making

  • Documentation process

  • Collect once use many


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Healthcare Reform

Getting more value from our healthcare spending


Meaningful use

Meaningful Use


Meaningful use1

Meaningful Use

  • Three different stages of incentive dollars:

    • Stage one starts in 2011

    • Stage two begins in 2013; required measures will increase and the threshold will continue to increase; requirements are currently under development; proposed regulation expected in late 2011

    • Stage three begins in 2015; these requirements are not yet determined


Meaningful use stage 1 key milestones

Meaningful Use Stage 1 Key Milestones

  • Stage 1 - baseline for electronic data capture and information sharing

    • Final regulation issued July 28, 2010

    • October 1, 2010 – Reporting year began for eligible hospitals and CAHs

    • January 1, 2011 – Reporting year began for eligible professionals

    • January 3, 2011 – Registration for the Medicare EHR Incentive

    • April 19, 2011 – Attestation for the Medicare EHR Incentive Program begins

    • May 2011 – EHR Incentive Payments expected to begin


Stage 2 key milestones

Stage 2 - Key Milestones

  • Request for Comments issued January 2011, AHIMA submitted comments: http://www.ahima.org/downloads/pdfs/advocacy/AHIMA%20Comment%20Letter%20MU%20Stage%202%20RFC_110224.pdf


Ahima meaningful use resources

AHIMA Meaningful Use Resources

  • AHIMA’s ARRA/HITECH page

  • Meaningful Use White Papers

  • Journal of AHIMA articles

  • Meaningful Use Vocabulary Toolkit


Him leadership in action meaningful use implementation

HIM Leadership in Action: Meaningful Use Implementation

What meaningful use activities are you involved in within your organization?

What are your meaningful use implementation challenges?


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Regional Extension Centers (RECs)

and

Health Information Exchange (HIE)


Supporting recs

Supporting RECs


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REC White Paper


Hie concerns for ahima members

HIE Concerns For AHIMA Members

  • Patient and provider identity management

  • Sharing of data for purposes other than direct care (payers, public health, quality reporting, etc.)

  • How does HIE change the release of information function

  • Consent Models (opt in and opt out)

  • Data Integrity

  • Patient and consumer education


Privacy security

Privacy & Security


Meaningful use stage 1 privacy and security measure

Meaningful Use Stage 1 Privacy and Security Measure

  • Protect electronic health information created or maintained by the certified EHR technology through the implementation of appropriate technical capabilities.

  • Provide transparency of data sharing to patient.  

  • Achieve full compliance with the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules.

  • Conduct or review a security risk analysis per 45 CFR 164.308 (a)(1) and implement security updates


Fair information practices privacy and security framework principals

Fair Information Practices Privacy and Security Framework - Principals

  • Individual Access

  • Correction

  • Openness and Transparency

  • Individual Choice

  • Collection, Use, and Disclosure Limitation

  • Data Quality and Integrity

  • Safeguards

  • Accountability


Icd 10 cm pcs 2011 policy and influence priorities

Champion transition timeline

Update position statement

Encourage research

Increase outreach to secondary data users

Educate on the purposes of terminologies and classifications

ICD-10-CM/PCS2011 Policy and Influence Priorities


Ahima s goals for icd 10

AHIMA’s Goals for ICD-10

Lead the industry in ICD-10-CM/PCS education

Enable successful ICD10 implementation

Improve the quality of healthcare data

Build AHIMA’s reputation and resources


Icd 10 transition success

ICD-10 transition success

  • Align ICD-10 efforts with Meaningful Use preparation

  • Meet reporting deadlines of October 1, 2013

  • Plan to fulfill ICD-9 and ICD-10 requirements during transition periods

  • Anticipate the code set freeze on October 1, 2011

  • Foster open communication with all stakeholder groups

  • Utilize HIM professionals as process leaders


  • Icd 10 the clock is ticking

    ICD-10 The Clock is Ticking….

    • Re-certification Requirements

      • CHPS – 1 CEU

      • CHDA – 6 CEUs

      • RHIT – 6 CEUs

      • RHIA – 6 CEUs

      • CCS-P – 12 CEUs

      • CCS – 18 CEUs

      • CCA – 18 CEUs

    • January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2013


    Him leadership in action icd 10 transition

    HIM Leadership in Action: ICD-10 Transition

    • What ICD-10-CM/PCS activities are you involved in within your organization?

    • What are your ICD-10-CM/PCS implementation challenges?


    Key ahima resources

    Key AHIMA Resources


    Upcoming summits

    Upcoming Summits


    Ahima leadership academy webinar series

    AHIMA Leadership Academy, Webinar Series

    • March 16: Four Imperatives of Great Leaders: Achieving Results in HIM

      • Faculty: Barbara Fuller, JD, RHIA, FAHIMA, and Todd Wangsgard, FranklinCovey Senior Consultant

    • April 20: Clarifying Your Team’s Purpose

      • Faculty: Leslie Ann Fox, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA and Todd Wangsgard, FranklinCovey Senior Consultant

    • May 18: Unleashing Talent in HIM

      • Faculty: Debi Premeau, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA, and Todd Wangsgard, FranklinCovey Senior Consultant

    • June 15: How Great Leaders Inspire Trust

      • Carolyn Valo, MS, RHIT, FAHIMA, and Todd Wangsgard, FranklinCovey Senior Consultant


    Ahima leadership academy webinar series1

    AHIMA Leadership Academy, Webinar Series

    • The archive/on-demand versions are available for purchase

      http://www.ahima.org/Events/EventCalendar/Event.aspx?Id=d6d83d24-defe-4d48-90f8-61312339279b


    Ahima compendium

    AHIMA Compendium


    Cop it is still all about you

    CoP – it is still All about You!


    Him leadership in action

    HIM Leadership In Action

    • Make a plan and Choose to Lead

    • Identify overlaps in deadlines for Meaningful

    • Use, ICD-10, and Healthcare Reform

    • Read daily – HIM is in the news everyday!

    • Strengthen your network and relationships


    Him leadership in action1

    HIM Leadership in Action

    • What does your organization need from you in

    • the way of leadership?

    • What is AHIMA doing well, what can AHIMA do

    • better to support you?


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    It is your professional responsibility to be a leader.


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    Know your Direction –

    Our Future Depends on It.


    Ahima election 2011

    AHIMA Election – 2011

    Candidate summaries and descriptions in the May Journal

    Detailed biographical information on candidates within the ballot and Community of Practice

    Polls open May 2 thru May 20

    Encourage members to vote


    Questions

    Questions?


    Contact information

    Contact Information

    Valerie Watzlaf, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA

    3rd Year Director, AHIMA Board of Directors

    [email protected]


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    Thank you IaHIMA for Advancing the HIM Profession!

    Tjhank you!


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