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  1. IDS Training Session – Basic IDS Training Part I

  2. Webinar Features • To ask a question, first click the orange arrow button to enlarge the menu • Once the menu is enlarged, type in the box to ask a question • To make the presentation full screen, press the • middle blue button

  3. What is the IDS? • IDS is an integrated system of databases and software designed to help hospitals: • Analyze hospital specific data • Assess demographic information • Measure outcomes

  4. Use of Data • Used for internal analysis by organizations that purchase the system • Organizations can allow multiple users per registered workstation • System can not be used to: • Identify individuals • Publicly compare hospitals with other hospitals

  5. Data Bases Included in the IDS • Michigan Inpatient Data Base (MIDB) • Michigan Outpatient Data Base (MODB) • Population Data (Claritas) • Use Rates – Physician, Outpatient, and ER (NAMCS) • Michigan APR-DRG Norms (3M) • MEDPAR

  6. Michigan Inpatient and Outpatient Data Bases • Voluntarily submitted • Hospital specific • Carefully examined and edited • Administrative data • No charge information • No clinical results • Usually data is available 2 quarters behind current real time quarter

  7. Michigan Outpatient Data Base (MODB) • Includes Procedure Codes 00.5-86.99, Observation, Series Patients, & Lithotripsy • Excludes labs, radiology, & ER visits • All major hospitals participate in the MODB • Some smaller hospitals do not participate: • Caro, Deckerville, Duane Waters, Hillsdale, Kalkaska, Mackinac Straits, Munising, Paul Oliver, and the VA’s • For a complete listing of participating hospitals, go to File on the main IDS menu and select Data Available in the IDS by Hospital

  8. MODB - continued • Assign MS-DRGs to outpatient cases • MS-DRG is assigned so that Product Lines are consistent between inpatient and outpatient • Data included if “owned by the hospital” • Minor procedures like colonoscopies are done in physician-owned facilities and not included • Result is variation between hospitals

  9. IDS Reporting Fields • Able to create several different types of reports for your hospital and competitors using the IDS • Reports can be based on a variety of fields • Fields in the IDS include service line, MS-DRG, zip code, procedure code, etc.

  10. IDS Reporting Fields • Three categories of reporting fields • Edited fields: These fields are edited and verified through the data collection process. • Examples of edited fields: • Age • Sex • LOS • Zip Code • Diagnoses • Procedures • MS-DRG

  11. Unedited Fields • Unedited fields: Some of these fields are new and some are optional, so they are not as reliable. • Inconsistently coded and optional fields are denoted by a caution symbol • Examples of unedited fields include: • Admit Source • Admit Type • Complication • Race

  12. User Defined Field • User Defined Fields: These fields are created by the user and can be used like any other reporting field. • User Defined Field is represented by a symbol • Examples of User Defined Fields include service area definitions and product lines

  13. Overview of IDS Reports Part 1

  14. Market Share Reports • Ten different market share templates in IDS • One time period reports • Trend reports • Hospital specific reports • Two dimensional reports • Replication report • Competitor report

  15. Market Share – One Time Period • Report includes both discharges and days • Can report on a maximum of three levels Note: All reports exclude MS-DRG 795. *Demo Data

  16. Market Share Trends - Report • Provides market share data for up to five time periods • Can report on a maximum of three levels • Can select to report on either discharges or patient days *Demo Data

  17. Questions? Michael Ovsenik Client Representative Chris Leong Client Representative IDS Client Support idssupport@mha.org 517-886-8448 or 877-999-4653 Http://www.theidsonline.com