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Direct Boot Camp 2 0 IWG Provider Directory Pilots Direct Boot Camp 2 0 IWG Provider Directory Pilots Presentation Transcript

  • 1 EHR|HIE Interoperability Workgroup (IWG) Provider Directory Pilots John Donnelly President IntePro Solutions Inc. jtdonnelly@intepro.biz
  • 2 • EHR|HIE Interoperability Workgroup (IWG) • Provider Directory Pilots (ONC Exemplar HIE Governance Program) Topics
  • 3  The EHR|HIE Interoperability Workgroup (IWG) was initiated in 2011 by New York e-Health Collaborative (NYeC) to leverage existing standards and develop consistent implementation guides for interoperability between HIE software platforms, and applications that interface with them.  Our work builds on and accelerates consensus on national standards and coordinates closely with the ONC Standards and Interoperability (S&I) Framework. Leveraging its membership breadth, it was selected as an ONC grantee to document and report on policies and operational processes being explored and utilized by and across communities of care.  NYeC has served as the financier of all administrative and project management activities and is the contractual entity with regards to any grants awarded to the IWG. Background View slide
  • 4 EHR|HIE Interoperability Workgroup: Win-Win-Win Strategy Vendors  Differentiate product in highly fragmented market by developing a product that offers “plug and play” to HIE across multiple states (superior interoperability)  Build interface once, use for many different HIEs and EHRs  Better utilize limited resources to focus on product functionality improvements and customer adoption State and Regional HIE  Ability to rapidly deploy interconnection of systems by having standard interfaces and interface approaches  Minimize costs associated with connection fees by individual EHRs each time a new connection is made Providers  Increase value proposition of individual EHRs  Eliminate HIE connection cost as prohibitive barrier for adoption View slide
  • 5 Workgroup Membership States EHRs HIEs Arkansas Alere Wellogic Nortec Software 1MEDiX OmniXchange California Allscripts Siemens Alere Wellogic Optum Florida CareVoyant Vitera Health ApeniMED Orion Health Georgia Cerner DataMotion RelayHealth Illinois CureMD dbMotion Kansas Data Strategies GE Kentucky DeFran Systems GSI Health Maryland Dr. First Harris Michigan eClinicalWorks HealthUnity Missouri eMDs ICA Nebraska EMR Direct InterSystems New Jersey Epic Med3000 New York GE MedAllies Oregon Greenway MedFx Rhode Island McKesson Medicity Utah MDClick Mirth Vermont MTBC Misys Open Source Virginia NextGen NextGate West Virginia Prosocial Applications OmniMD • 19 States representing 52% of the population • 45 Leading Vendors • 22 EHR Vendors • 23 HIE Vendors
  • 6 HIE Certified - Proposed Testing Bundles Participating vendors will need to credential for Direct and Community Exchange
  • 7 Key Components of IWG Specifications Statewide Consumable Continuity of Care Document CCD based on C32/C83  Tighter data element requirements based on C32 semantics and syntax. (Additional R/R2 items from C154 per states and Beacons as they relate to C32 based documents). Send and Receive Patient Record Exchange (Push) NwHIN Direct  Main expansion beyond Direct is locating the provider through querying Provider Directory and finding digital cert per S&I (HPD +)  Provides implementation examples on how data model can be backed by relational database, and how to search for Direct addresses in various ways. Provides i  Tighter, testable transactions between edge systems and full service HISP (SMTP & XDR transaction) Statewide Patient Data Inquiry Service (Pull)  Register and Query patient Identity, Provide and Register/Query and Retrieve Patient Documents MPI search through PIX/PDQ and XCPD, Access management (XUA), provide and register document (XDS), and query and retrieve document (XCA/XDS); Consent management (ACP) discussed
  • 8 • If an LDAP server is used to provide the application implementation behind the Provider Directory WSDL, as in standard HPD, it is assumed that it implements the LDAP Technical Specification Road Map, RFC 4510 • Any implementation of HPD+ which is not LDAP specific, but does use the HPD schema, should implement the LDAP Technical Specification • The information model can be in any form, it does not have to conform to LDAP: Directory Information Models [RFC4512] • HPD+ implementations shall support query and response transactions as defined in the S&I Electronic Services Information S&I Electronic Services Information Query and Response specification • Federation of the Provider Directory is out of scope but the Provider Directory query and response data elements are designed to support federation Key HPD+ Technical Characteristics
  • 9 • EHR|HIE Interoperability Workgroup (IWG) • Provider Directory Pilots (ONC Exemplar HIE Governance Program) Topics
  • 10 • ONC awarded the Exemplar HIE Governance Entities Program Grant to NYeC on behalf of the EHR|HIE Interoperability Workgroup (IWG) • The cooperative agreement will allow the IWG to continue its efforts in developing robust implementation specifications for „plug and play‟ interoperability • The IWG will address the implementation challenges facing the exchange of health information specific to querying provider directories between Health Information Services Providers (HISPs) • Robinson & Associates Consulting engaged to provide overall pilot coordination and project management of the IWG Provider Directory Pilot program Exemplar HIE Governance Entities Grant Project
  • 11 • Test various models for querying provider directories to support EHR-HISP and HISP-to-HISP exchange of Direct messages. • Test HPD+ directory standards and data model developed by the S&I Framework.  Approximately 5-7 pilot participants (states and vendors) will be selected  Pilots to test the HPD+ directory standards and data model developed by the S&I framework and incorporated into the IWG Direct Exchange specifications  Collaborate with S&I Framework and ONC Modular Specifications Workgroup to test new models  Results of pilots will be incorporated into IWG‟s Direct Implementation Guide by February 2014 and into HIE Certified testing program Goals of Provider Directory Pilots
  • 12 • Call for participation went out to states and vendors; >20 states responded as interested in participation • Early findings: while many states are focused on implementation of DIRECT, there is wide variability in technical readiness of the vendors for ONC‟s and IWG‟s original goals of testing HPD+ standards ( IHE HPD in 2013) as part of these provider directory HISP-to-HISP federation pilots • Many vendors plan to roll out HPD+ into their product in the Q4 2013 and early 2014 Status of Participation in Pilots
  • 13 State/HIE Vendor Partners Mirth Epic (will demonstrate EHR integration) RAIN‟s developed solution GSI CHeQ MedAllies, Mirth MIHIN directory platform, Harris, Surescripts National Association of Trusted Exchange (NATE) States: Oregon (CareAccord), Utah Health Information Network, California HISPs Mirth, Secure Exchange Solutions Initial Pilots Identified…Others May Form University of California, Davis Health System Santa Cruz Health Information Exchange Orange County Partnership RHIO RAIN Live Oak HIE / Telemedicine Network North Coast Health Information Exchange Sujansky & Associates LLC New York eHealth Collaborative, Western New York RHIO (HEALTHeLINK) Michigan Health Information Network, Florida Health Information Exchange, Surescripts
  • 14  Recruitment of participants (May/June 2013)  Kick-off (June 28, 2013)  Monthly calls with the whole group (July-December 2013)  Regular web meetings with pilot teams (July-December 2013)  Incorporate results of pilots into IWG‟s Direct Implementation Guide & Share with broader community (December 2013 – February 2014) Project Activities and Milestones
  • 15 For more information on how to participate, please contact: Carol Robinson John Donnelly carol@raaconsult.com jtdonnelly@intepro.biz 503-477-8773 732-943-7391 For More Information