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IKK Action Items Immunization Registry Workgroup. IKK Steering Committee Meeting Topeka, Kansas August 28, 2007. IKK Strategies Addressed. Accelerate implementation of the statewide immunization registry. Expand opportunities for children to receive immunizations through a ‘medical home’.

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ikk action items immunization registry workgroup

IKK Action ItemsImmunization Registry Workgroup

IKK Steering Committee Meeting

Topeka, Kansas

August 28, 2007

ikk strategies addressed
IKK Strategies Addressed
  • Accelerate implementation of the statewide immunization registry.
  • Expand opportunities for children to receive immunizations through a ‘medical home’.
  • Promote policies, regulations and environmental changes that increase access to and utilization of immunization services.
overall objective
Overall Objective

Increase the current number of providers that submit immunization events to KSWebIZ by 60% (an additional 77 providers) by the end of 2008.

action item 1 develop a long term kswebiz enrollment and management plan
Action Item 1:Develop a long-term KSWebIZ enrollment and management plan

Description

  • Continue to develop a comprehensive and detailed KS WebIZ implementation plan and clarifies additional resource needs.
  • Continue to refine KDHE’s Marketing Plan for the Kansas Immunization Registry Rollout–KSWebIZ, focusing recruitment and training efforts on high-priority ‘clusters’ of providers
  • Elaborate short- and long-term resource (both financial and professional) needs and secure sources of support.
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Action Item 1:Develop a long-term KSWebIZ enrollment and management plan

Challenges

  • Limited financial resources available to KDHE
  • High need for additional trainers and other professional skill-sets (e.g., data cleansing capacity, provider education)
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Action Item 1:Develop a long-term KSWebIZ enrollment and management plan

Expected Outcomes

  • Incorporate proposed action items from the IKK Steering Committee into the KSWebIZ implementation plan.
  • Track goals and targets that are laid out by the IKK Steering Committee workgroup action items.
  • Implement a prioritized list along a projected timeline.
  • Develop a process to identify the key characteristics of clinic ‘clusters’.
  • Continue refinement of the KSWebIZ marketing plan to include the prioritized list of ‘clusters’.
  • Identify resource needs for the completion of the proposed action items.
  • IKK Steering Committee partner organizations will continue to provide collaborative support to promote and advance the KSWebIZ.
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Action Item 1:Develop a long-term KSWebIZ enrollment and management plan

Evaluation Indicators

  • 100% incorporation of the IKK Registry Workgroup proposed action items into the KSWebIZ
  • Complete tracking mechanism and updated project timeline
  • Completion of the clinic ‘cluster’ survey
  • 100% retention of partner IKK organizations, including continued participation during IKK meetings and conference calls
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Action Item 1:Develop a long-term KSWebIZ enrollment and management plan

Partners

  • IKK Steering Committee
  • KDHE
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Action Item 2:Develop a private provider education campaign about KSWebIZ

Description

Educate and increase immunization providers’ awareness by:

  • Continue/expand statewide presentations on the registry’s status and future plans to stimulate enrollment, participation, and use of the registry.
  • Research options to allow non-contributing providers (i.e., health care providers whose patients receive immunizations elsewhere) to have access to KSWebIZ/registry data.
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Action Item 2:Develop a private provider education campaign about KSWebIZ

Challenges

  • Convincing private providers to provide immunizations, given current cost-disincentives
  • Ensuring that private providers’ practice management software will interface/integrated with KSWebIZ
  • Ensuring that EMR products will interface with KSWebIZ
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Action Item 2:Develop a private provider education campaign about KSWebIZ

Expected Outcomes

  • Increased KSWebIZ-related educational and promotional materials distributed to private providers across Kansas
  • Increased number of private providers giving immunizations
  • Increased number of immunizations recorded in KSWebIZ
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Action Item 2:Develop a private provider education campaign about KSWebIZ

Evaluation Indicators

  • Education materials distributed to 85% of the private providers (pediatricians and family physicians) in Kansas
  • Track enrollment trends after education/promotion efforts by KAAP and KAFP.
  • Document number and percentage of new providers enrolled in KSWebIZ as a result of education/promotion of the system through KAAP and KAFP
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Action Item 2:Develop a private provider education campaign about KSWebIZ

Partners

  • KDHE
  • Kansas Chapter of AAP
  • Kansas Academy of Family Physicians
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Action Item 3:Reduce provider disincentives for KSWebIZ participation

Description

Identify barriers to KSWebIZ participation by immunization providers and develop specific targeted solutions:

  • For providers without an electronic practice management system from which immunization data can be extracted, reduce the perception of the burden of KSWebIZ data entry.
  • For providers with electronic data-management systems from which immunization data can be imported into KSWebIZ, reduce the burden of adding patient immunization histories by populating KSWebIZ with electronic data from as many sources as possible.
  • For providers using EMR with varying capacities to manage immunization data, develop the capacity to electronically store core data elements and establish an HL7-compliant interface to reduce the burden of dual data entry of immunization encounters.
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Action Item 3:Reduce provider disincentives for KSWebIZ participation

Challenges

  • Personnel and funding resources are inadequate
  • Need for advocacy among the provider community and its strategic partners to publicize the removal of barriers and promote the benefits of KSWebIZ use
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Action Item 3:Reduce provider disincentives for KSWebIZ participation

Expected Outcomes

  • KSWebIZ uptake will increase more rapidly, thereby increasing the robustness of data quantity and quality.
  • Children’s immunization records will be more accessible and complete.
  • Immunization rates will be more accurately and easily assessed.
  • Efforts may be targeted to areas with the greatest need.
  • State and local immunization rates will increase.
  • KSWebIZ will make steady progress toward completion of the Healthy People 2010 Goal of >95% of children <6 years of age with 2 or more immunizations enrolled in the registry
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Action Item 3:Reduce provider disincentives for KSWebIZ participation

Evaluation Indicators

  • Above-stated targets will be met.
  • The number of immunization providers populating KSWebIZ with immunization data will be tracked quarterly, with increases in enrollment documented and reported in KSWebIZ newsletter.
  • KSWebIZ usage trends will be monitored for the impact of each of the interventions.
  • KSWebIZ data qualtity trends will be monitored for the impact of each of the interventions.
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Action Item 3:Reduce provider disincentives for KSWebIZ participation

Partners

  • KDHE
  • Kansas Chapter of AAP
  • Kansas Academy of Family Physicians
  • Kansas State Nurses Association
  • Kansas Health Institute
  • Current KSWebIZ Providers
  • Health Plans
  • Kansas School Nurse Organization
  • Practice Management and Electronic Medical Record system vendors
  • School Health Record system vendors
  • Kansas Health Foundation
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Action Item 4:Provide incentives for KSWebIZ participation

Description

  • Develop a targeted program of incentives for vaccination providers needing one-time assistance to make a long-term commitment to participation in KSWebIZ
  • Develop a comprehensive plan to retain existing KSWebIZ participants
  • Facilitate use of KSWebIZ/registry data by strategic partners
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Action Item 4:Provide incentives for KSWebIZ participation

Challenges

  • Personnel and funding resources are currently adequate
  • Providers’ perception of contractual demands placed on receipt of incentives may result in resistance to KSWebIZ implementation.
  • Assembling functional and committed Advisory group to help guide KSWebIZ development
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Action Item 4:Provide incentives for KSWebIZ participation

Expected Outcomes

  • Additional providers will participate in the KSWebIZ, bring valuable history to populate it, and commit to an ongoing update of immunization records to the registry.
  • Progress will be made towards CDC stated target of 100% participation of immunization providers in KSWebIZ.
  • Providers will utilize data from KSWebIZ for analysis and improvement of their immunization services.
  • Parties interested in community health assessments will be able to access community health data.
  • Local health departments will analyze aggregated de-identified community level data to improve their community’s health.
  • Local health departments will monitor health status of their community.
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Action Item 4:Provide incentives for KSWebIZ participation

Evaluation Indicators

  • Above-stated targets will be met.
  • 100% of providers receiving incentives will continue contributing data for at least one year after enrollment.
  • 95% of all provider user accounts will remain in active status over a one-year period.
  • Report usage statistics will be documented annually, with trends monitored long term.
  • Conduct KSWebIZ user satisfaction survey annually to identify areas for improvement or additional development; communicate results to KSWebIZ users.
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Action Item 4:Provide incentives for KSWebIZ participation

Partners

  • IKK Steering Committee
  • Kansas AAP Chapter
  • KDHE
  • Kansas AAFP Chapter
  • Local Health Departments
  • Kansas State Nurses Association
  • Kansas School Nurse Organization
  • KSWebIZ end users
  • EMR/PMS/CMS vendors
  • Health Plans
suggested future refinements
Suggested Future Refinements
  • Designate priorities
  • Add more detail
    • Resource requirements and budgets
    • Timelines with specific milestones
  • Incorporate more strategic planning
    • Involve non-traditional providers
    • Facilitate use of registry data
  • Identify/engage additional partners and sponsors
  • Challenge the system and its participants!
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