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  1. Patient EMR: The Evolution of Patient Documentation Sponsored by:

  2. Today’s Patient EMR Presenter Craig Mercure VP, Sales & Marketing • Joined MxSecure in 2003 • 13 years of experience in sales and marketing in the healthcare market • Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University in Purchasing and Logistics Management and obtained his MBA from the University of Phoenix

  3. Today’s Agenda • Healthcare Stimulus • Current State of Patient Documentation • Future State of Patient Documentation

  4. HITECH Act Overview • Part of ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) • Incentives to encourage Professionals and hospitals to utilize EHR technology • Meaningful Use • Rapidly changing patient documentation

  5. Medicare Incentive Matrix Adoption Year Incentive Year Source: Title IV Subtitle A of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

  6. Medicaid Incentive Matrix Adoption Year Incentive Year Source: Title IV Subtitle A of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

  7. Current Patient Documentation Process • Handwriting • Transcription • Speech Recognition • Point and Click EMRs

  8. Handwriting Cons • Not structured or encoded • Legibility Pros • Quick, Easy • Retains current workflow

  9. Transcription Cons • Not structured or encoded • Transcription still needs to be interpreted • Inconsistent turn around times Pros • Fast, easy, expressive • Retains current workflow, favored by physicians • Skilled Professionals

  10. Speech Recognition Cons • Not structured or encoded • Physician needs to still edit their notes • Learning curve Pros • Reduce documentation costs • Immediate turn around

  11. EMR Documentation Cons • Manual process • Documentation of narrative • Inflexible Pros • Coded clinical data • Immediate entry into patient record • Practice uniformity

  12. Future Patient Documentation Process • Continuity of Care (CCD) • Discrete Reportable Transcription • Patient demographics • Medication list • Immunizations • Medication allergy list • Problem list • Procedures • Diagnostic test results

  13. The Future is Now • Find an option that is most productive for provider and helps him deliver better patient care • 2009 HITECH Act (Stimulus) will rapidly accelerate the need for this type of technology and services • Patient documentation is going to see rapid change over the next 5 years • Understand what options are out there and what will work best for your practice

  14. Questions? • For more information contact: Craig Mercure Craig.mercure@mxsecure.com 888.580.1010-Toll Free 480.776.8912-Direct www.mxsecure.com