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Health Indicators Warehouse Webinar

  1. 1. What  Data  is  Available?      An  Introduc6on  to  the  Data  Sources  at  HHS     Monday,  January  23,  2012   11:00  am  -­‐  12:30  PM  EST  
  2. 2.  Arnaub  Cha:erjee  Special  Assistant  Office  of  the  Chief  Technology  Officer,  HHS  
  3. 3. Agenda      1.  Welcome:  Todd  Park  (CTO,  HHS)    2.  Overview  of  Health  Indicators  Warehouse:  James  Craver  3.  CMS  Data  Update:  Niall  Brennan  4.  Features  of  MONAHRQ:  Carol  Sniegoski  5.  IOM  Perspec6ve:  Danielle  Turnipseed  6.  Q&A  (20  minutes)  •  If  you  wish  to  ask  a  ques6on,  please  type  in  ‘chat’  window   and  click  on  ‘send  to  organizer’  in  the  drag-­‐down  menu  •  Webinar  will  be  archived  
  4. 4.  Todd  Park    Chief  Technology  Officer  U.S.  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services        
  5. 5. The Health Data Initiative:Unleashing the Power of Open Data and Innovation to Improve Health
  6. 6. The  Health  Data  Ini6a6ve:    turning  HHS  and  our  sister  agencies  into  the  “NOAA  of  health  data”       Weather  data   •  Weather  newscasts   •  Weather  websites   FUELS   •  Weather  mobile  apps   •  Weather  insurance   •  And  more  Made  available  to  the  public  
  7. 7. Health  Data  Ini6a6ve  core  ac6vi6es:    liberate   data  and  catalyze  innova6on  1.  Publish  brand  new  HHS  data  for  public  access  –  while  rigorously   protecNng  privacy  and  confidenNality  2.  Make  exis6ng  HHS  data  much  more  accessible  -­‐-­‐  “machine-­‐ readable,”  accessible  via  applicaNon  programming  interfaces   (APIs),  free,  much  easier  to  find  3.  Energe6cally  publicize  our  data  to  innovators  -­‐-­‐  who  can  use  it   as  raw  material  to  develop  applicaNons  and  services  that  help   improve  health  and  health  care  
  8. 8. What  kinds  of  data  are  we  libera6ng?   Community   Health   Community  Health   Govt   Provider   Data  Example:   Directories   Spending   &  Quality     HHS   •  Health  Indicators   Data  Being   Warehouse,  at   healthindicators.gov   Liberated   •  1,170  metrics  of   Medical/   “Blue   community  health   Scien6fic   Bu:on”   and  health  care   Knowledge   performance   Consumer   •  Launched  2/2011   Product   Informa6on  
  9. 9. What  kinds  of  data  are  we  libera6ng?   Community   Provider  Directories  &   Health   Quality  Data  Examples:     Provider   Govt   Spending   Directories   •  NaNonwide   &  Quality   directories  of  care   HHS   providers   Data  Being   •  Provider  quality   Liberated   COMPARE  APIs  at   data.medicare.gov,   Medical/   “Blue   launched  9/2010   Scien6fic   Bu:on”   Knowledge   •  Medicare  claim  files   for  provider  quality   Consumer   Product   measurement,   Informa6on   coming  1/2012  
  10. 10. What  kinds  of  data  are  we  libera6ng?   Community   Health   “Blue  Bu:on”  Data     Provider   Govt   Directories   •  VA,  HHS,  DoD  joint   Spending   venture   &  Quality   HHS   •  Allows  veterans,   Data  Being   Medicare   beneficiaries,  and   Liberated   acNve  duty  military   Medical/   to  download  their   “Blue   Scien6fic   Bu:on”   own  claims  or   Knowledge   personal  health   Consumer   informaNon   Product   •  Launched  10/2010   Informa6on  
  11. 11. What  kinds  of  data  are  we  libera6ng?   Community   Health   Consumer  Product   Provider   Informa6on  Example:   Govt   Directories   Spending   &  Quality     HHS   •  FDA  recall  (drugs,   Data  Being   devices,  food)  data   Liberated   in  downloadable   XML  format     Medical/   “Blue   •  Published  10/2010   Scien6fic   Bu:on”   Knowledge   Consumer   Product   Informa6on  
  12. 12. What  kinds  of  data  are  we  libera6ng?   Community   Health   Medical/Scien6fic   Provider   Govt   Knowledge  Examples:   Directories   Spending   &  Quality     HHS   •  NaNonal  Library  of   Data  Being   Medicine  API  Portal,   Liberated   deployed  9/2010,   including   Medical/   Scien6fic   “Blue   ClinicalTrials.gov  and   Bu:on”   Pillbox  APIs   Knowledge   •  Medline  Plus   Consumer   Connect,  launched   Product   Informa6on   11/2010  
  13. 13. What  kinds  of  data  are  we  libera6ng?   Community   Health   Govt  Spending  Data   Provider   Example:   Govt   Directories   Spending   &  Quality     HHS   •  Medicare  claims   “basic  standalone   Data  Being   files”  –  first-­‐ever   Liberated   claim-­‐level  files   Medical/   (“slimmed”  for   “Blue   Scien6fic   privacy  protecNon),   Bu:on”   Knowledge   available  for  free   Consumer   public  download  for   Product   all  major  types  of   Informa6on   care  as  of  5/2011  
  14. 14. Bringing  it  all  together:    HealthData.gov,  the  one-­‐stop  place  to  get  all  of  our  free,  publicly  available  data,  launched  2/2011  
  15. 15. Publicizing  our  data  to  innovators  across  America  •  Challenges  and  “code-­‐a-­‐thons”  (health2challenge.org)    •  Many  innovator  “meetups”  and  conferences  •  Annual  “health  datapaloozas”  
  16. 16. The  goal:    a  self-­‐propelled,  open  “ecosystem  of  innova6on”  using  data  to  improve  health  (and  create  jobs  of  the  future)   A  Rapidly  Growing  Array  of  Innova6ve   Products  and  Services  That:   •  Help  consumers  take  control  of   Health-­‐Related  Data  from   their  health  and  health  care   •  Help  employers  promote  health   and  wellness   FUELS   •  Help  care  providers  deliver  beeer   care   •  Help  journalists  shed  light   •  Help  local  leaders  make  beeer-­‐ informed  decisions   •  Support  all  of  the  above  through   “data  intermediary”  services   •  And  much  more  
  17. 17. The  Third  Annual  Health  Data  Ini6a6ve  Forum   –  The  Health  Data  Palooza!          •  This  year’s  Palooza  will  take  place  on  June  5-­‐6,  2012  at   the  Walter  E.  Washington  ConvenNon  Center  in   Washington,  DC.  •  This  year’s  event  will  be  hosted  through  the  Health   Data  ConsorNum,  a  public-­‐private  partnership   between  the  InsNtute  of  Medicine,  Robert  Wood   Johnson  FoundaNon,  Consumers  Union,  Academy   Health,  InnocenNve,  Health  2.0,  the  Mayo  Clinic’s   Center  for  InnovaNon  and  several  other  organizaNons.  •  Will  showcase  250  of  the  best  innovaNons  in  three   tracks:  consumer,  provider  and  community  apps  •  Please  visit  www.hdiforum.org  for  more  informaNon   on  registraNon,  Nmelines  for  submission  and  details   about  each  submission  category.      
  18. 18. Examples:    helping  consumers  take  control  of   their  health  and  health  care    •  iTriage  •  Healthline  •  Castlight    •  Pa6ents  Like  Me    •  Asthmapolis    •  Food  Oasis  
  19. 19. Examples:    helping  care  providers  deliver   be:er  care  (and  succeed  as  accountable   delivery  systems)  •  Aetna  •  Essence  Group/Lumeris    •  Doximity  •  Press  Ganey  •  Rise  Health    •  ElizaLIVE  
  20. 20. Examples:    helping  communi6es  improve   health  •  Ozioma    •  ESRI    •  Network  of  Care  for   Healthy  Communi6es    •  Palan6r/CDC  
  21. 21. Selected  announcements  at  the  Forum  •  EPA  challenge  •  Walgreens  2.0  +  challenge  •  Aetna  Founda6on  challenge  •  Sanofi  Aven6s  diabetes  challenge  •  NCIIA  Nursing  Home  of  the  Future   “invent-­‐a-­‐thon”  •  University  of  Michigan:    na6on’s  first   consumer  health  informa6cs  masters   degree  program  •  Startup  Health:    new  health  startup   “seed  accelerator/entrepreneurship   academy”  •  New  “Health  Data  Consor6um”  
  22. 22. Founding  members  of  the  Health  Data   Consor6um  •  Academy  Health  •  California  HealthCare  Founda6on  •  Consumers  Union  •  ESRI  •  Gallup-­‐Healthways  Well-­‐Being  Index  •  Grantmakers  in  Health  •  Health  2.0  •  InnoCen6ve  •  Ins6tute  of  Medicine  •  Lucile  Packard  Founda6on  for  Children’s  Health  •  Mayo  Clinic  Center  for  Innova6on  •  Na6onal  Associa6on  of  Coun6es  •  O’Reilly  Media  •  Robert  Wood  Johnson  Founda6on  •  U.S.  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services  
  23. 23. A  historic  moment  and  opportunity   New  Incen6ves   +   Informa6on  Libera6on   =   Rocket  Fuel  for  Innova6on  
  24. 24.    James  Craver    Public  health  analyst    Office  of  Analysis  and  Epidemiology  NaNonal  Center  for  Health  StaNsNcs  Centers  for  Disease  Control  and  PrevenNon.        
  25. 25.    Niall  Brennan    Director,  Policy  and  Data  Analysis  Group  Center  for  Strategic  Planning  Centers  for  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services          
  26. 26.    Carol  Sniegoski    Center  for  Delivery,  OrganizaNon,  and  Markets  Agency  for  Health  Research  and  Quality          
  27. 27. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Advancing Excellence in Health Care • www.ahrq.gov Input Your Data. Output Your Website. Carol SniegoskiAgency for Healthcare Research and Quality monahrq.ahrq.gov monahrq@ahrq.gov
  28. 28. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website.
  29. 29. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website. Download MONAHRQ from monahrq.ahrq.gov MONAHRQ
  30. 30. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website. Download MONAHRQ from Input your local monahrq.ahrq.gov hospital discharge data MONAHRQ
  31. 31. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website. Download MONAHRQ from Input your local monahrq.ahrq.gov hospital discharge data MONAHRQ Input Hospital Compare measures* * Available from HealthData.gov
  32. 32. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website. Download MONAHRQ from Input your local monahrq.ahrq.gov hospital discharge data MONAHRQ Input Hospital Compare measures* MONAHRQ runs on your desktop * Available from HealthData.gov
  33. 33. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website. Download MONAHRQ from Input your local monahrq.ahrq.gov hospital discharge data Output a local MONAHRQ healthcare reporting website Input Hospital Compare measures* MONAHRQ runs on your desktop * Available from HealthData.gov
  34. 34. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website. Download MONAHRQ from Input your local monahrq.ahrq.gov hospital discharge data Output a local MONAHRQ healthcare reporting website Input Hospital Compare measures* MONAHRQ runs on your You host, public or desktop private * Available from HealthData.gov
  35. 35. Input Your Data. Output Your Website. AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ: a free, downloadable software tool from AHRQ. Turns healthcare data into a website. Download MONAHRQ from Input your local monahrq.ahrq.gov hospital discharge data Output a local MONAHRQ healthcare reporting website Input Hospital Compare measures* MONAHRQ runs on your You host, public or desktop private MONAHRQ was a finalist in round 2 of the HHSinnovates competition. * Available from HealthData.gov
  36. 36. Who uses MONAHRQ? AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Who uses MONAHRQ to build a website? •  Hospital associations •  Community quality collaboratives •  Local data organizations •  Local public health departments
  37. 37. Who uses MONAHRQ? AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Who uses MONAHRQ to build a website? •  Hospital associations •  Community quality collaboratives •  Local data organizations •  Local public health departments Who can use MONAHRQ-generated websites? •  Consumers •  Providers •  Analysts •  Policy makers
  38. 38. The MONAHRQ-generated reporting website AdvancingExcellence in Health Care
  39. 39. The MONAHRQ-generated reporting website AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Local data (AHRQ Quality Local data Indicators: hospital level) Local data (AHRQ Quality Indicators: county level) Local data
  40. 40. The MONAHRQ-generated reporting website AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Hospital Compare measures* (patient safety, imaging use, mortality & readmissions, process of care, HCAHPS patient experience survey) Local data (AHRQ Quality Local data Indicators: hospital level) Local data (AHRQ Quality Indicators: county level) Local data * Available from HealthData.gov
  41. 41. Hospital quality report AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Search page Select hospitals in your Select quality measures area by health topic
  42. 42. Hospital quality report AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Classification table Choice of benchmarks: local or national Friendly icons Sortable columns Help popups Drilldown to details * Available from HealthData.gov
  43. 43. Hospital quality report AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Bar charts Ordered from best to worst Labeled with number showing rate Local and national benchmarks in contrast color
  44. 44. County level quality report AdvancingExcellence in Health Care Maps Rates for counties in your data set Colored by quintile Drilldown to details Includes estimated cost savings from reducing hospitalizations
  45. 45. Why MONAHRQ? AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ helps make healthcare data useful •  Input your data, output your reporting website •  Create friendly, usable reports that apply best practices in reporting •  Report both local and national data, including benchmarks •  Report without reinventing the wheel
  46. 46. Why MONAHRQ? AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ helps make healthcare data useful •  Input your data, output your reporting website •  Create friendly, usable reports that apply best practices in reporting •  Report both local and national data, including benchmarks •  Report without reinventing the wheel First released in June 2010, MONAHRQ is used for statewide reporting in several states •  Nevada •  Hawaii •  Maine •  Kentucky •  Arkansas •  Utah
  47. 47. Why MONAHRQ? AdvancingExcellence in Health Care MONAHRQ helps make healthcare data useful •  Input your data, output your reporting website •  Create friendly, usable reports that apply best practices in reporting •  Report both local and national data, including benchmarks •  Report without reinventing the wheel First released in June 2010, MONAHRQ is used for statewide reporting in several states •  Nevada •  Hawaii •  Maine •  Kentucky •  Arkansas •  Utah Learn more, visit live MONAHRQ reporting sites, or download MONAHRQ: monahrq.ahrq.gov monahrq@ahrq.gov
  48. 48.    Danielle  P.  Turnipseed    Program  Officer,  ExecuNve  Office    InsNtute  of  Medicine          
  49. 49. The Institute of MedicineAdvising the nation. Improving health
  50. 50. The Institute of Medicine asks andanswers the nation’s most pressingquestions about health and health care.The IOM is an independent, nonprofit organization thatworks outside of government to provide unbiased andauthoritative advice to decision makers and the public.Established in 1970, the IOM is the health arm of theNational Academy of Sciences, which was charteredunder President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. 50
  51. 51. The IOM serves as adviser to the nationto improve health.§  Unbiased, authoritative advice§  Evidence-based recommendations§  Committees composed to avoid conflicts of interest§  Neutral venue for open dialogue and discussion§  Honorific organization 51
  52. 52. Go Viral to Improve HealthIOM-NAE Health Data Collegiate Challenge §  Interdisciplinary teams of 2-5 students §  Open to undergraduate and graduate students §  Register by 2/10, submit app by 3/28 $18,000 IN PRIZES 52
  53. 53. Agenda      1.  Welcome:  Todd  Park  (CTO,  HHS)    2.  Overview  of  Health  Indicators  Warehouse:  James  Craver  3.  CMS  Data  Update:  Niall  Brennan  4.  Features  of  MONAHRQ:  Carol  Sniegoski  5.  IOM  Perspec6ve:  Danielle  Turnipseed  6.  Q&A  (20  minutes)  •  If  you  wish  to  ask  a  ques6on,  please  type  in  ‘chat’  window   and  click  on  ‘send  to  organizer’  in  the  drag-­‐down  menu  •  Webinar  will  be  archived  

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