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CCHIT Town Call: PHR Certification 09 CCHIT Town Call: PHR Certification 09 Presentation Transcript

  • Town Call: Certification of Personal Health Records (PHRs) Mark Leavitt, MD, PhD – Chair, CCHIT Jody Pettit, MD – Strategic Work Group Leader, PHRs Friday, Oct 10, 2008 4:00 pm Eastern / 1:00 pm Pacific (60 minutes) Participant Dial-In (877) 313-5342 Conference ID: 65204557
  • Today’s Agenda
    • The Personal Health Record (PHR) concept
    • Why is certification important?
    • What can I expect from certification of PHRs?
    • How can I find out more, and participate in the process?
    • Question and answer session
  • The Personal Health Record (PHR) concept
  • The benefits of having a Personal Health Record
    • Having your personal health information available -- whenever and wherever you need it -- can:
      • Save your life in an emergency
      • Reduce the possibility of a medical error
      • Save time for you and your health care providers
      • Give you more choice and control
      • Help you and your doctors make better-informed decisions
  • What can a PHR do?
    • Without a PHR
      • Your health information may be scattered – among doctors’ offices, hospitals, pharmacies, health plans
      • When you move, or need care in an emergency, your health information may not be readily available
    • With a PHR
      • Your information can be gathered together in one place
      • Your information will be available in an emergency
      • You decide who may access it
  • Why is certification important?
  • Certification: ensuring products work properly and safely Electrical devices are tested and certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Vehicles are crash-tested and rated by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Healthcare information technology is inspected and certified by the Certification Commission (CCHIT)
  • Who is CCHIT?
    • A nonprofit 501(c)3 organization with a public mission:
      • Accelerate the adoption of health information technology
      • Reduce risks for people using health IT systems
      • Ensure health IT systems are “interoperable” (can exchange information accurately)
      • Protect the privacy of health information
    • Officially recognized by the Federal government
    • Has inspected and certified over 150 of the health IT products used by doctors, hospitals, and emergency departments to maintain electronic health records
  • How are testing criteria developed?
    • Testing criteria are developed by volunteer expert panels
    • Volunteers represent a wide range of stakeholders
    • The panels draw upon available standards whenever possible
    • The public is always invited to comment on proposed criteria during the development process
  • Criteria Development Process Inputs: * Scope Guidance from Commission * Roadmap (from previous year) * Future Directions (from previous year) * Environmental Scan: - Use Cases from AHIC - Standards from HITSP, SDOs - Market research - More Develop Draft Criteria Refine Criteria and Develop Draft Test Scripts Proposed Final Criteria and Test Scripts Final Criteria and Test Scripts Public Comment periods Pilot Test Launch 09 Certification A consensus-based process with many opportunities for broad input
  • PHR Advisory Task Force
      • Mark Leavitt,* MD, PhD (Co-Chair) CCHIT
      • Paul Tang,* MD (Co-Chair) Vice President, Chief Medical Information Officer Palo Alto Medical Foundation
      • Abha Agrawal, MD, FACP Director, Medical Informatics, Associate Medical Director, Kings County Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY
      • Richard D. Benoit Dossia Ecosystem Development, Director; Senior Program Manager, Dossia and Intel Digital Health Group
      • Lorraine Tunis Doo, MPH, LEED AP Senior Policy Advisor, Office of e-Health Standards and Services, CMS
      • Steve Findlay, MPH Health Care Analyst, Consumers Union
      • Meighan Girgus Executive Vice President, Healthcare Markets, American Heart Association
      • Theresa Hancock, PAHM Acting Director, Office of Information, Veterans and Consumers Health Informatics Office, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
      • Leslie Harris President, Chief Executive Officer Center for Democracy & Technology
      • Missy Krasner Product Marketing Manager, Google Health
      • Steve Lampkin, FACHE Vice President, Benefits Services & Strategic Initiatives Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
      • Holly Miller, MD, MBA Vice President, Chief Medical Information Officer University Hospitals, Cleveland, OH
      • Donald Mon, PhD Vice President, Practice Leadership, AHIMA
      • Carl Phelps Patient representative
      • Anna Lisa Silvestre Vice President, Online Services, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan
      • Michael Stokes Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
      • Michael Ubl Director, eHealth and IT Strategy Director, IT Strategy and eHealth, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota
    *Co-Chairs
  • PHR Work Group Volunteers
    • Ted Eytan,* MD MS MPH , Medical Director, Health Informatics & Web Services, Group Health Cooperative
    • Lory Wood ,* VP, Chief Security and Compliance Officer, Good Health Network
    • Nicole Antonson, RN, MBA , Program Manager, Patient Safety, McKesson
    • Suzie Burke-Bebee, MSIS, MS, RN , Senior Health Informatician, Dept Health and Human Services
    • Albert Chan, MD, MS , Physician Champion of Electronic Health Record and PAMFOnline, Sutter Health, Palo Alto Medical Foundation/Palo Alto Foundation Medical Group
    • Haris Domazet , Division Lead of Web Technical Services, Epic Systems Corporation
    • Donna DuLong, RN, BSN , Program Director, TIGER Initiative
    • Paul Edge , VP, Clinical Solutions, Misys Healthcare Systems
    • Michael Galang, DO, MS , Chief Medical Information Officer, Catholic Health System of Western New York
    • Lenel James, BS, MBA , Senior Project Manager, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association
    • Jerry Lin , Product Manager, Google
    • Cortney Nicolato , Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances & Health IT, American Heart Association National Center
    • Jan Oldenburg , Practice Leader, Kaiser Permanente
    • Juhan Sonin , Designer, MITRE
    • Stelle Smith , Clinical Product Marketing Manager, Sage Software
    • James Tosone , Director, Healthcare Informatics, Pfizer Inc
    • Lawrence Williams , President / CEO, Roadside Telematics Corporation
    • Julie Wolter, MA, RHIA , Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University
    *Co-Chairs
  • What can I expect from certification of PHRs?
  • How will PHRs be certified?
    • CCHIT is currently developing testing criteria, and plans to begin certifying PHRs in July 2009
    • PHRs will be tested and certified in these areas:
      • Privacy – safeguarding your privacy is the #1 concern
      • Security – making sure your information is kept secure and protected from unauthorized access
      • Interoperability – a PHR should be able to electronically connect with your physicians, hospitals, pharmacies, health plans and other entities
      • Functionality – ensuring a PHR can do the things you need it to do
  • What are some examples of PHR criteria?
    • Examples of privacy criteria being proposed:
      • Consent – you should be in control of your information and how it is used
      • Controlling access – your PHR should give you the ability to decide what information is private and to restrict access to it
      • Conditions of use – the conditions for using your PHR should be specifically explained to you
      • Amending the record – you should have the ability to change or request changes to your health record
      • Account management – your PHR provider must provide a way for you to terminate your account
      • Document import – your PHR system should be able to retrieve health records
      • Data availability – your PHR should allow you to view or print your health information whenever you need it
  • How can I find out more, and participate in the process?
  • Visit PHRDecisions.com Download the Consumer’s Guide to PHR Certification Sign up to receive email updates Read articles and join the conversation
  • Want more? Review and comment on PHR criteria Visit www.cchit.org/participate/public-comment Download the PHR 09 Introduction and Criteria documents Follow links farther down the page to submit your comments Note: Public Comment on the First Draft PHR Criteria is open through Oct 29
  • Criteria Format Criteria description “ N” in the 09 column indicates criterion will be required in 2009 “ R” in the 10 or 11 column indicates criterion is on the “Roadmap” to be required in 2010 or 2011
  • Summing Up
    • There are many benefits to having your records gathered together in a PHR system
    • Certification is a way of assuring that products work properly and safely
    • CCHIT is the Federally recognized certifying body for health information technology
    • CCHIT is planning to test and certify PHRs for privacy, security, interoperability, and functionality, beginning July 2009
    • Public comments on the first draft of the PHR Criteria are being accepted through Oct 29, 2008
  • Thank you! Q & A For more information: www.cchit.org phrdecisions.com