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Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth
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Federal Strategy for Advancing Consumer Engagement via eHealth

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Update to the Consumer Technology Workgroup of the HIT Standards Committee

Update to the Consumer Technology Workgroup of the HIT Standards Committee

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  • 1. Federal Strategy for Advancing ConsumerEngagement via eHealthErin Poetter Siminerio, MPHPolicy AnalystOffice of Consumer e-HealthONC | HHS 0
  • 2. A Growing Evidence Base SupportsConsumer Engagement via eHealth •Improve outcomes and enhance patient satisfaction •Communicate and coordinate with providers • Self manage health and wellness •Check for errors or inaccuracies 1
  • 3. The Three A’s Approach toConsumer EngagementIncrease consumer Enable consumersAccess to their health to take Action withinformation their information Access Action PHR Model Privacy Attitudes Notice Shift Attitudes to support patient-provider partnership 2
  • 4. Blue Button is Evolving First version New version • Access: Download only • Access: Download & Transmit • Format: Unstructured, making it • Format: Structured difficult to parse • Portability: Includes Transmit • Portability: Easy to download, Via Direct, so easy to connect read, and print – not easy to with other apps upload to other apps • Automation, using internal triggers Blue Button+ brings Blue Button in line with MU2, and provides a blueprint for meeting MU2 3
  • 5. Implementation Guide Quick Link - Implementation Guide4/18/2013 Office of the National http://bluebuttonplus.org 4 4
  • 6. Implementation Guide4/18/2013 5 5
  • 7. Implementation Guide4/18/2013 6 6
  • 8. 4/18/2013 7 7
  • 9. http://ccda-scorecard.smartplatforms.org4/18/2013 8 8
  • 10. 4/18/2013 9 9
  • 11. 4/18/2013 10 10
  • 12. 4/18/2013 11 11
  • 13. 4/18/2013 12 12
  • 14. 4/18/2013 13 13
  • 15. 4/18/2013 14 14
  • 16. 4/18/2013 15 15
  • 17. Taking the Blue Button Nationwide www.HealthIT.gov/pledge• 450+ organizations have pledged to make it easier for 1/3 of Americans to electronically access and use their health info• Get more organizations to offer Blue Button and to implement Blue Button+• Make “Blue Button” a household name = “e- access to my health data” 16

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