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health information exchange the future s not what it used to be yogi berra on the state of hie

Health Information Exchange:“The Future’s not what it used to be” - Yogi Berra on the state of HIE

Michael Matthews

the future s not what it used to be
“The future’s not what it used to be.”

In 2004, did you anticipate….?

  • Physician EHR adoption
  • Employed physicians
  • Focus on quality and outcomes
  • ACOs
  • ICD-10
  • MU
  • ACA
  • PHRs
  • Free-standing EDs
overview
Overview
  • Current and projected availability of health information via HIE.
  • Practical approaches to integration HIE into clinical workflows and clinical decision-making.
  • Future possibilities
ehealth exchange participants
eHealth Exchange Participants
  • Alabama One Health Record
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Childrens’ Hospital of Dallas
  • Community Health Information Collaborative (CHIC)
  • Conemaugh Health System
  • Department of Defense (DOD)
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Dignity Health
  • Douglas County Individual Practice Association (DCIPA)
  • Eastern Tennessee Health Information Network (etHIN)
  • EHR Doctors
    • Hawaii Pacific Health
  • Geisinger Health
  • HealthBridge
    • HealtheConnections RHIO Central New York
  • HEALTHeLINK (Western New York)
  • Idaho Health Data Exchange
  • Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE)
  • Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS)
  • Kaiser Permanente

Lancaster General Health

Marshfield Clinic

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)

MedVirginia

MultiCare Health System

National Renal Administrators Association (NRAA)

New Mexico Health Information Collaborative (NMHIC)

North Carolina Healthcare Information and Communications Alliance, Inc. (NCHICA)

OCHIN

Quality Health Network

San Diego Beacon

Social Security Administration (SSA)

South Carolina Health Information Exchange (SCHIEx)

South East Michigan Health Information Exchange (SEMHIE)

Strategic Health Intelligence

University of California, Davis

Utah Health Information Network (UHIN)

Walgreens

Wright State University

ehealth exchange growth
eHealth Exchange Growth
  • Participation reaching critical mass
    • 40+ Participants
    • More than 45 in application / testing phase
    • Hundreds of hospitals, thousands of physician practices, reaching nearly 100 million patients
    • Dozens of others planning to onboard
  • National-level coverage increasing; reaching tipping point of adoption
  • Collaboration extending breadth and depth of connectivity
    • Care Connectivity Consortium – Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, Geisinger, Group Health Cooperative, Intermountain Healthcare
    • Coordination with state-level efforts
  • Meaningful Use (Stage 2) is one factor driving adoption among vendors and providers
hie what we believe
HIE: What we believe….
  • Many respondents agree that having patient information at or before the point of care will improve care coordination (96%), provide a more complete (95%) and accurate patient medical history (94%), improve test/procedure coordination (94%) and identify discrepancies in patient information (94%).
  • Respondents are slightly less likely to agree that having medical information at or before the point of care will improve the quality of care (88%), streamline patient communication (88%), allow for more timely health maintenance screening (87%) and allow for easier public health reporting (84%).
  • Respondents are least likely to agree that having medical information at or before the point of care will reduce health care costs (59%), create additional work tasks (54%), decrease face time with patients (43%) and generate information that is not valuable(40%).
  • There seems to be a gap in awareness of electronic health information exchange participation: 77% of provider respondents say they exchange health information electronically and only 26% of consumer respondents say their provider has asked them to participate in electronic health information exchange.
  • Providers are more likely to agree than consumers that electronic health information exchange will improve care coordination, provide a more accurate medical history and that patient information will be used responsibly.
workflow solution
Workflow Solution

Weekly

ADT Schedules

Patient Correlations

adt clinical alerts
ADT Clinical Alerts

http://www.hibeacon.org/images/BeaconNation/Beacon_Nation_Learning_Guide_ADT_Feeds_Final.pdf

encounter alerts
Encounter Alerts

Hospital Info System

Master Patient Index

Encounter Registry

Notifications

ADT Messages

data integration and analytics
Data Integration and Analytics

ACO

Claims

Virtual

db

EMR Data

Extraction

Data Integration

13,000 Attributed Lives

Care Coordination

Analytics

it s not that complicated
“It’s not that complicated.”
  • Will the world be different in 10 years?
  • If yes, should I do nothing or do something?
  • If do something, should I start now or wait 10 years?
  • If I start now, should I turn my world upside down over night or implement low-risk, high-yield, scenario independent strategies?
the future s not what it used to be1
“The future’s not what it used to be.”

From 2006….

From 2014

  • Physician EHR adoption
  • Employed physicians
  • Focus on quality and outcomes
  • ACOs
  • ICD-10
  • MU
  • BYOD
  • ACA
  • PHRs
  • Free-standing EDs
  • Personalized medicine
  • Genomics
  • BYOD
  • Manpower
  • Socio-cultural
  • Political
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?