With meeting discussion notes To join the meeting: Phone Number: +1 770-657-9270Participant Passcode: 943377# Care Plan (CP) Meeting -MinutesOctober 17, 20121700-1830 EDT Laura Heermann Langford (Laura.Heermann@imail.org) Stephen Chu (email@example.com) *Care Plan wiki:http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=Care_Plan_Initiative_project_2011 HL7 Patient Care Work Group
Tentative: October 17, 2012 (subject to change) • Revamped Care Plan wiki • http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=Care_Plan_Project_2012 • Contributions to story boards that include care services coordination scenarios • http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=Care_Plan_Storyboards_with_care_coordination_services_scenarios • Compare/contrast Case Manager and PCP Perspective – Jon Farmer • Modeling –Enrique • To review work in progress through wiki conversation • Discuss and work out any “kinks” in the working process using the wiki for discussion/updates etc. • Continue with a synchronous working session on the model with Enrique facilitating
Modeling • Enrique Meneses
Discussion Notes • Jon: CMSA “barrier” discussion • Need - some real-world examples of barriers that case managers routinely encounter in acute, EMS, or chronic settings • Notes from last meeting • Review of Luigi’s model and decided need to more analysis concentrating on scope and the boundaries in addition to the project scope discussion. • Next Steps • Document additional use cases as discussed earlier • Break Luigi’s model down for more discussion. Enrique will put it on the wiki page to facilitate more off line conversation. Enrique will send out email notice when ready for review.
Discussion Notes • Jon: CMSA “barrier” discussion • Need - some real-world examples of barriers that case managers routinely encounter in acute, EMS, or chronic settings • Draft document from Jon on modeling barriers • Patient has medical/physiological problems or concerns • Socio-economical and or psychological issues/problems may present barriers for attainment of goals set and interventions planned to resolve the medical/physiological problems • Examples: absence of social support network; or lack of transport means • Question: how should these barriers be modeled • In paper care plans: • These barriers are represented as problems or concerns independently • In electronic care plans • They need to be represented/modelled as co-dependencies between the barriers and medical/physiological problems • Action item: • Jon Farmer to produce draft of 2-3 use cases and circulate to Laura, Stephen, Russ, Kevin, etc for further inputs • Use cases to be discussed at next meeting (31 october)
Discussion Notes • Enrique presented a spreadsheet that contains breakdown of storyboard sentences into “subject-verb-object” predicates • Spreadsheet contents form the basis for modelling work • Screen shot of spreadsheet – see next slide • Action item: • Enrique to continue work on decomposition and population of spreadsheet • Draft model to be circulated prior to next conference call • Continue discussion at next conference call
Care Plan Discussions • Similar and related concepts causing confusion: • Care Plan • Plan of Care • Master care plan • Clinical pathway • Critical pathway • Links included in Baltimore WGM meeting slide deck by Susan Campbell provide useful information on some of these concepts • These links are in the next few slides extracted from the Susan Campbell slide deck
From Susan Campbell slide deck (Baltimore WGM September 2012) • LCC Use Case. Outlines three scenarios for health information exchanges between: 1) an acute care hospital and home health agency (HHA); 2) a skilled nursing facility (SNF) and the Emergency Department (ED); and 3) a Physician and a HHA • Two of the scenarios center on the Home Health Plan of Care (HH-POC), based off CMS 485 form. The HH-POC supports the HHA in providing patient service via MD orders. The HHA and physician exchange information on patient’s evolving condition and needs, and the services the HHA will perform. • LCC Whitepaper. Meaningful Use Requirements For: Transitions of Care & Care Plans For Medically Complex and/or Functionally Impaired Persons. Includes a robust discussion of needs and issues regarding interoperable care plan collaboration and exchange. • A summary is also available here. • Preliminary Stage 3 MU Recommendations. Provided for July 16, 2012 meeting of Health IT Policy Committee Meaningful Use Subworkgroup #3 (includes comments on proposed Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements related to care plans)
From Susan Campbell slide deck (Baltimore WGM September 2012) An animated Powerpoint presentation of this LCC vision of longitudinal care planning is available on the wiki here. Definition, content, sections, and standards of a collaborative care plan that can support care planning for a variety of patient types over time –interoperably.
From Susan Campbell slide deck (Baltimore WGM September 2012) Long Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Transitions of Care SWG: • Priority Transitions. Examined transitions to/from elevenproviders • IMPACT Project Data Elements List. Updated and merged LCC Use Case 1.0 Data Elements • Five transitions of care data sets, all subsets of the LCC Use Case Data Elements. The permanent transfer of care contains the entire set of data elements. Patient Assessment Summary (PAS) SWG: • Balloted Functional Status, Cognitive Status, & Pressure Ulcer templates for Consolidated CDA (May 2012) • Balloted Patient Questionnaire Assessment Summary Implementation Guide for CDA Release 2 (September 2012) • Mapped the MDS, OASIS, CARE Tool, Massachusetts Universal Transfer Form (IMPACT Dataset #5 with 328 data elements), and C83 data elements (prioritized by Beacon Community Affinity Group). (link)
Meeting adjourned at 6:35pm US Eastern • Next meeting: Wednesday 31 October 2012 at 5:00pm US Eastern Next Agenda Future Meetings • Conference calls between now and January 2013 – see wiki 90 min., Wednesday 5-6:30pm US Eastern, fortnightly (every 2 weeks) Starting September 19
Next meeting Agenda- October 31 (Lead: tentative: Laura) Meeting Agenda • To be announced • Future topic