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  1. Connecting Patients to a Greater State of Health New Jersey Health IT Champion Program Due to the large number of participants, everyone will be placed on mute. Call-in number +1-408-600-3600 Access code: 664 618 783 # Health IT Coordinator’s Office Champion Meeting #2 – EHR Adoption March 21, 2012 www.nj.gov/njhit

  2. Introductions • Colleen Woods – New Jersey Health IT Coordinator • Mike Squires – Champion Program Team • Lindsay Faust – Champion Program Team www.nj.gov/njhit

  3. Agenda • Health IT Champion Program Update • Upcoming Public Webinar Preview Theme 2 Topics • NJ Electronic Health Record (EHR) Adoption • Efforts/tools to improve EHR Adoption • Website Update www.nj.gov/njhit

  4. NJ Health IT Champion Program - Recap Thank you, NJ Health IT Champions!

  5. NJ Health IT Champion Program - Recap Theme 1 Participation: Introduction to Electronic Health Records and Health IT National Perspective New Jersey Perspective www.nj.gov/njhit

  6. NJ Health IT Program Health IT Champion Program- At a Glance Kickoff & Intro to EHRs EHR Adoption Exchange & HIOs Privacy & Security Health IT Stories Care Coordination www.nj.gov/njhit

  7. Theme 2 Public Webinar “Electronic Health Records Adoption to Reach Meaningful Use: Challenges and Solutions.” • Wednesday – April 25, 2012, 12 Noon EST • Keynote Remarks: • Steven Waldren, MD MSDirector, Center for Health ITAmerican Academy of Family Physicians • John Tedeschi, MDMember NJ Health IT Commission Chairman & CEO, Continuum Health Alliance www.nj.gov/njhit

  8. Theme 2 Public Webinar Preview • Submit a story for us to include! What: A challenge and solution in adopting EHRs and reaching meaningful use Who: Hospitals & Physicians Why: Help promote EHR Adoption and show success! • Selected stories will receive a 3 minute segment during our next public webinar • All stories will be published on the NJHIT Web site To: lindsay.faust@northhighland.com When: All stories must be received by April 10th to be included Details to include: • Who you are, name of your practice (or hospital), location, size of office • One challenge you faced in adopting EHR and reaching meaningful use • Your solution for meeting your challenge How long: 150 words or less Note: More detailed submission information will be sent out after this meeting www.nj.gov/njhit

  9. Theme 2: EHR Adoption • This slide starts the second theme of the Health IT Champion Program • This theme will be the topic that we focus on for the next two months www.nj.gov/njhit

  10. Percentage of Office-Based Physicians planning to apply for Meaningful Use Incentives* New Jersey (31%) has a lower percentage of physicians potentially able to meet meaningful use core criteria when compared with national average New Jersey (16%) has the lowest percent of physicians in the country using a basic EMR/EHR system *Also includes office-based physicians who have EHR system capabilities to support eight Stage 1 Core Set meaningful use objectives • Source: • CDC/NCHS, National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey • Electronic Medical Record/Electronic Health Record Systems of Office-based Physicians: United States, 2010, and Preliminary 2011 State Estimates www.nj.gov/njhit

  11. EHR Adoption in New Jersey

  12. $82+ mil. in EHR Incentives Paid in NJ As of 3/21/2012 www.nj.gov/njhit

  13. Initiatives to Improve Adoption • NJ HIT Champion Program • NJ-HITEC • Hospitals • HIOs • FQHCs: NJPCA • Physician Groups • Medical Societies • Department of Health • Medicaid Incentive Program www.nj.gov/njhit

  14. Health IT Champion Program Champions Sharing the Message on NJ Health IT 2012 NJ Health IT Public Webinar Series National Perspective New Jersey Perspective New Jersey Perspective www.nj.gov/njhit

  15. Regional Extension Center Outreach NJ-HITEC: New Jersey’s Regional Extension Center William O’Byrne Executive Director NJ-HITEC www.njhitec.org www.nj.gov/njhit

  16. Regional Extension Center Outreach NJ-HITEC: Reaching Medicaid Specialists www.njhitec.org www.nj.gov/njhit

  17. Physician Momentum New Jersey Physicians Adopting EHRs “ way to reduce the mountain of paper work being generated, streamline the operations around time and efficiencies and to have excellent documentation of the care.” “Patient satisfaction, inter-professional communication, and ultimately, patient outcomes, will be improved.” Thomas R. OrtizMD, FAAP Chair NJ Academy of Family Physicians Family Physician and Medical DirectorForest Hill Family Health Associates Newark Mary CampagnoloMD, MBA, FAAFP President-elect Medical Society of New Jersey Family Physician and Primary Care Medical Director Virtua Medical Group, Lumberton www.nj.gov/njhit

  18. Physician Momentum New Jersey Physicians Adopting EHRs “able to provide 21st century medical care to a 21st century patient.” “tells us who needs what -- who needs an immunization, who did not come back for a follow up visit, everything at the touch of a button.” Vinnakota Rao MD, FAAP Pediatrician Apollo Medical Groupin Warren Douglas AshinskyMD, FACP Solo Practitioner Internal Medicine Physician Warren Internal Medicine, Warren www.nj.gov/njhit

  19. Healthcare System Momentum Hospitals and Affiliated Physicians Adopting EHRs Somerset Medical Center Somerset, NJ • 355 beds • One of first NJ hospitals to attest to Meaningful Use of EHRs in Medicare and Medicaid • 50% of eligible providers on staff have adopted certified EHRs www.nj.gov/njhit

  20. Healthcare System Momentum Hospitals and Affiliated Physicians Adopting EHRs Cooper University Hospital Camden, NJ • 700 physicians in over 75 specialties • One of first NJ hospitals to attest for Meaningful Use of EHRs in Medicare • 80 Physicians attested to Meaningful Use Stage 1 www.nj.gov/njhit

  21. HIOs Momentum: Connecting Hospitals and Physicians to HIOs, IDNs • Almost 2,000 Physicians Sharing/Exchanging Data within a NJ HIO or IDN • 16 Hospitals Exchanging Data within a NJ HIO or IDN www.nj.gov/njhit

  22. Tools to Improve Adoption • NJ-HITEC Website www.njhitec.org • AMA Videos http://www.ama-cmeonline.com/health_it Six short tutorials on EHRs—under 60 minutes • AAFP Center for Health IT: http://www.centerforhit.org • American College of Physicians: www.americanehr.com • American College of Cardiology: http://www.cardiosource.org/Advocacy/Issues/Health-Information-Technology.aspx • NJPCA (FQHCs): http://www.njpca.org/programs/EMR-HIT-Program.aspx • Federal Health IT Website www.healthit.gov www.nj.gov/njhit

  23. NJ Health IT Website Relaunch www.nj.gov/njhit

  24. NJ Health IT Website Metrics In February the site received 22,993 page views throughout the entire site which shows a high amount of website traffic Page Views: A page view represents a hit to any file designated among the page file types. The most common examples are files ending in .html, .htm, .php, .asp, or .aspx. www.nj.gov/njhit

  25. NJ Health IT Website Metrics In February the site was visited 6,080 times which is the highest number of visits in the past 6 months Visit: All the activity of one visitor to a Web site. If a visitor is idle longer than the idle-time limit, WebTrends assumes the visit ended. If the visitor continues to browse your site after they reach the idle-time limit, a new visit is counted. The default idle-time limit is thirty minutes, but can be changed in Options. www.nj.gov/njhit

  26. NJ Health IT Website Metrics In February 2,958 individuals visited the site and 866 individuals visited the site more than once Unique Visitors: Individuals who visited your site during the report period. If someone visits more than once, they are counted only the first time they visit. www.nj.gov/njhit

  27. Questions? Reference: www.nj.gov/njhit