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Raising Public Health Stake on the National Agenda on HIT Adoption in Healthcare. Marcy Parykaza, MGA Chief, Information Management Services Bureau Delaware Division of Public Health State HIT Coordinator President, NAPHIT National Association for Public Health Information Technology.

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raising public health stake on the national agenda on hit adoption in healthcare

Raising Public Health Stake on the National Agenda on HIT Adoption in Healthcare

Marcy Parykaza, MGAChief, Information Management Services BureauDelaware Division of Public HealthState HIT CoordinatorPresident, NAPHITNational Association for Public Health Information Technology

our plan over the next two days

Effect of Silos

    • Programs
    • Funding
    • Data Standards
  • Meaningful Use
    • Siloed agendas
    • HIT adoption
    • PH vs CMS
  • Standards
    • Who
    • What
  • What is the PH Vision for 2020?
  • How can we get there?
Our Plan…Over the next two days……
why me why me why me
Why me?Why me! Why me….
  • IT Director, PH CIO
  • Public Health Administrator
  • State HIT Coordinator
who do we serve how is it governed why are we doing it
Who do we serve? How is it Governed? Why are we doing it?
  • HIE
  • REC
  • Beacon
  • State Agencies
  • Political Appointees
  • ARRA/ACA/ELC/CMS
  • Health Reform

Public Health

public health

do we need a do over
Do we need a Do-Over?
  • What is the Plan?
    • For us
    • For our organizations
    • For those we serve
  • Is it technical, political, social?
  • Is it doable?
  • Is it transferable?
  • What does interoperability and integration mean?
effect of silos
Effect of Silos
  • People are talking
  • Data is being shared
  • Standards are being developed
  • Infrastructure grant money is becoming available

Creating more technically confusing data structures

Creating non-sustainable data storage sites

Creating countless communication portals

Raising issues of privacy and security

Pushing the limits of HIPAA

Angering providers

meaningful use the new master
Can MU be a catalyst for:

Funding

Standards

Interoperability

Integration

Expansion

How can PH get on the MU “hay wagon”

Where does PH fit within the objectives of CMS

Meaningful Use – the New Master?
public health eligibility

What does it mean to Public Health?

    • Stage 1 – EP’s MU of EMRs
    • EP reporting:
      • Immunizations
      • Reportable lab results
      • Syndromic surveillance
      • E-prescribing
      • Reduction of disparities
  • Public Health in HIE
    • Planning
    • Funding
    • Sustainability
    • Governance
  • State HIT Coordinator
    • Who should it be?
  • Whose agenda?
    • HITECH
    • ARRA
    • ACA
    • CMS
  • HIT Adoption
    • Dog chasing the tail?
      • Deadline
      • Money
      • Implement
      • Report
      • redo
Public Health Eligibility
what is the vision
What is the vision?
  • Patient(client-centric)
  • Standardized across organizations
  • Shared locally, nationally, globally
  • Affordable
  • Sustainable
  • Usable
without a vision what are you leading

Repeatable and Institutionalized:

  • “We are part of a client centric, process driven, interoperable public health system.”
  • “We are more similar than we are different.”
Without a vision…what are you leading?