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My Health Archive Presentation 2010



Introduction to MyHealthArchive

Introduction to MyHealthArchive



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  • Patient-Centered Integrated Health Information Technology
  • Growing Consensus in Health Care:
    • Engaging consumers is essential to improving health outcomes.
    • Health information technology which meets ‘meaningful use criteria’ can positively affect health care utilization, costs and outcomes.
  • MyHealthArchive Solves the Obstacles to Effective Health Outcomes :
    • Privacy, confidentiality, protection from data retention;
    • Inertia-someone else will know what’s going on;
    • Data silos resulting in gaps in care, redundant interventions and costly mistakes.
    • MyHealthArchive:
      • Enables patients to focus on disease prevention and behavior/lifestyle.
      • Helps patients to work collaboratively with physicians and health care providers to improve results of care.
    • MyHealthArchive
    • Features:
    • - Information can be organized and enables an historical perspective of health care from many places and times.
    • - Electronic data interfaces through patient and physician portals enables automatic pre-population of health data.
    • - User-defined access rules enable patient-physician collaboration.
    • Ability to collect and store medical history and records dispersed over many locations and times by patients and their health care providers.
    • Assurance of privacy and confidentiality through required user authentication, permission features and encryption technology.
    • Capacity to provide the patient’s history in his/her own words, including symptoms as well as measurements of weight or function, home diagnostics including blood pressure or blood glucose levels.
    • Efficient platform for doctors and health care providers to view and record data such as examinations, diagnostic tests from a provider-maintained medical record.
    • Interactive tools for communication with physicians’ offices and case managers to make it easier to identify gaps in care, monitor progress, request referrals, and report problems.
    • Patient-based decision-making over levels of access to information.
    Attributes of MyHealthArchive:
  • Privacy, Confidentiality, Data Retention Solved:
    • Privacy/Confidentiality/Data Retention:
    • MyHealthArchive exceeds HIPAA compliance criteria:
      • Required user authentication
      • Built-in patient-defined user permissions
      • Built-in Account log-in history
      • 256-Bit Encryption technology exceeds on-line banking security
      • Mirrored servers can reduce risk of data loss in the event of a geographical disaster
  • MyHealthArchive Reduces Inertia :
    • Incorporates patient education tools into PHR technology.
    • Combines principles of evidence-based medicine to identify the highest-priority goals and treatment strategies.
    • Employs technology to promote bi-directional communication
    • Measures patient participation against improved outcomes including reduced morbidity and mortality, reduced resource utilization and costs, reduced risk associated with gaps in information.
    • Provides consistent support with disease management protocols and case management support interfaced with MyHealthArchive.
  • MyHealthArchive Meshes Administrative, Clinical Decision Support and Educational Functions for Sponsored Patients
    • MyHealthArchive can augment physician-led chronic disease management initiatives:
      • Case management/health provider/patient interface for remote monitoring and systematic evaluation of patient participation/progress.
      • Alignment of patient monitoring/measurement tools with existing disease management protocols to improve operational effectiveness and patient accountability.
      • Provider-tethered PHR features including medication lists, history, diagnostic and treatment data.
      • Development of bi-directional interface for appointment scheduling, medication renewals and e-visits.
      • Sponsor page to support augmented communication with defined patient populations/high risk groups.
      • Reporting tools to measure patient participation/behavior with clinical efficacy/utilization/clinical outcomes, including incorporation of quality of life and patient satisfaction measures.
      • Menu-based addition of MHA features.
  • Health System Integration with MyHealthArchive Patient participation/compliance reduces morbidity, utilization and cost Patient-Centered Integrates All Points of Care Care Management