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How Health IT is Transforming Your Hospital

A convergence of undeniable trends

Phil Stravers, CEO, ICE Technologies

a new reality
A New Reality
  • ARRA - Approximately $20 Billion for Health IT
    • Key concepts:
      • CERTIFIED EHR technology
        • CCHIT / NIST
      • Meaningful Use Objectives for 2011
        • Improve Quality, Safety and Efficiencies
        • Engage Patients and Families
        • Improve Care Coordination
        • Ensure Privacy and Security Protections
      • Increased Security & Privacy Protections
new expectations
New Expectations
  • Payers will follow CMS lead
  • Patients
    • Comparative analysis
    • “Snowbird support”
    • Medications management
    • Patient / Clinician communication
  • Joint Commission / Regulatory
    • Security
    • Disaster Recovery – downtime procedures
    • Access policies
not your father s it
Not Your Father’s IT
  • Budgets and IT Operations changes
    • Average operating budgets for IT– 3.12%*
    • Capital spending for IT – 47%*
    • Cost and resource shifting
    • IT resource requirements have changed
    • Medical Grade Networks
    • Service Level Agreements
    • Security
    • Report Writing – Analytics

*Source: HIMSS 2009 Annual

Leadership Survey

business impact value compliance
Business Impact – Value & Compliance
  • Your facility IT goals / plans should…
    • Be focused on outcomes, not the tools
    • Put things in proper order
    • Include infrastructure and staffing
    • Recognize IT as a change event more than a product install
it s not just talk anymore
It’s not just talk anymore
  • Page 1 of many
  • Increasing requirements
  • Nothing brand new
  • Timeline is new
meaningful use hospital priorities quick glance
Meaningful Use – Hospital Priorities – Quick Glance

2011

  • 10% of Orders via CPOE
  • All Orders via CPOE – Physician (interfaces to receiving entities not required)
  • Maintain current ICD-9 or SNOMED based problem lists
  • Maintain Active Med List
  • Record Vital Signs
  • Active Medication Allergies
  • Lab Results in E.H.R. as structured data
  • 2013
  • 100% of Orders via CPOE –(Evidence-based)
  • Record all clinical documentation in E.H.R.
  • Conduct Closed-Loop medication Management in (eMAR & BMV)
  • Use Clinical Decision Support at the point of care
meaningful use hospital priorities quick glance1
Meaningful Use – Hospital Priorities – Quick Glance

2011 (continued…)

  • Report hospital quality measures to CMS.
  • Implement one clinical decision rule related to a high priority hospital condition.
  • Insurance eligibility checking (where possible)
  • Provide patients electronic copy of health information (lab results, problem list, med list, allergies, discharge summary, procedures)
  • 2013 (continued…)
  • Access for all patients to PHR populated in real time with patient health data
meaningful use hospital priorities quick glance2
Meaningful Use – Hospital Priorities – Quick Glance

2011 (continued…)

  • Capability to exchange key clinical information (discharge summary, procedures, prob list, med list, allergies, test results) among providers of care and patient authorized entities electronically.
  • Perform medication reconciliation at relevant encounters and each transition of care
  • Public health exchange
  • 2013 (continued…)
  • Produce and share an electronic summary of care record for every transition in care (place of service, consults, discharge)
  • http://healthit.hhs.gov
be ready
Be Ready!
  • The Health IT Consultant Employment Act
  • IT governance and project management structures
  • Commit the team up front
  • Implementation oversight
  • Change management
  • Report writing
  • 7X24 systems – infrastructure counts!
  • Vendor Language Interpreters (VLIs)
  • “First do no harm.”
    • Docs & nurses need our help!
  • Interoperability
  • Systems availability & security
software vendors
Software Vendors
  • Choose Wisely – certified
  • Hold them accountable
  • Put them in their proper place
  • Take charge of your implementations
  • Take charge of your interfaces
  • Take charge of your reporting
  • Take charge of your compliance
  • Take charge of your usage
health it futures
Health IT Futures
  • PHR Integration – Google Health, Microsoft HealthVault
  • Cell phones – Smart Phone Usage
    • AirStrip OB – On-line Fetal Monitoring
    • Epocrates Rx iPhone – Drug Reference – 85,000 downloads in 30 days
    • OpusMobility – EMR formatted for a phone
    • MercuryMD and PatientKeeper – ePrescribing, rounding tools
  • Virtual Health Provisioning
  • Web 2.0
    • Focus on Social networking
    • Intuitive, anticipatory extension of personal and business life
  • Pervasive Mobility – is your infrastructure ready?
  • Business Intelligence – Real Time
  • Knowledge Engineering
    • Super Portals
what mit types are up to
What MIT-types are up to
  • Mind reading isn’t as far off as you think – Intuitive brain-computer interface technology using tiny implanted electrodes
    • In tests, they could tell what instrument sound the subject was thinking
  • Wireless electricity
  • Reality Mining – using cell phones to learn about human behavior
  • Driverless Cars
  • Lithium-ion electrode batteries – long life – better safety
  • Non-invasive Trauma Monitors (near-infrared light sensing levels of oxygen, pH and hematocrit in a patient’s muscle tissue)
  • Biomedical robots galore – from spiders to dogs
  • Robotic surgery (current Guinness record for longest distance between patient and surgeon is 3,866 miles on Sept. 7, 2001)
questions
Questions

Phil Stravers

CEO

877-754-8420

phils@icetechnologies.com