One In A Million Hearts Challenge Webinar


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One In A Million Hearts Challenge Webinar

  1. 1. One In A Million Hearts Challenge Webinar Presentation Wednesday, October 26
  2. 2. On today’s call: Wil Yu JL Neptune Janet Wright Leah MarcotteSpecial Assistant Senior Vice Executive Meaningful Use of Innovations President Director Team and Research ONC Health 2.0 Million Hearts ONC
  3. 3. Agenda for Today’s Meeting  ONC and the Investing in Innovation (i2)Program  An Introduction to the One In A Million HeartsChallenge  Q&A About the Challenge
  4. 4. ONC and i2
  5. 5. i2 – Investing in InnovationsWil YuWil.Yu@HHS.govAdam WongOffice of the National Coordinator 5  
  6. 6. i2 Goals•  Better Health, Better Care, Better Value through Quality Improvement –  Further the mission of the Department of Health and Human Services –  Highlight programs, activities, and issues of concern•  Spur Innovation and Highlight Excellence –  Motivate, inspire, and lead•  Community building – Development of ecosystem•  Stimulate private sector investment 6  
  7. 7. What is Million Hearts?•  Goal: Prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes over the next 5 years•  Engage public and private sector partners in a coordinated approach to: – Reduce the number of people who need treatment – Improve the quality of treatment for those who need it – Maximize current investments in cardiovascular health
  8. 8. Heart disease and strokes are leading killers in the U.S. •  Cause 1 of every 3 deaths •  More than 2 million heart attacks and strokes occur every year; 800,000 die – Leading cause of preventable death among people <65 •  Treatment accounts for about $1 of every $6 spent on health care •  Accounts for the largest single portion of racial disparities in life expectancy
  9. 9. Status of the ABCSAspirin People at increased risk of cardiovascular 47% disease who are taking aspirinBlood People with hypertension who have 46% adequately controlled blood pressurepressure Cholesterol People with high cholesterol who have 33% adequately controlled hyperlipidemiaSmoking People trying to quit smoking who get help 23%Source: MMWR: Million Hearts: Strategies to Reduce the Prevalence of Leading Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors --- United States, 2011, Early Release, Vol. 60
  10. 10. Key components of Million Hearts•  Clinical Prevention – improving care of the ABCS through: – Focus – simplify and align quality measures; emphasize importance of improved care of the ABCS – Health IT – use electronic health records to improve care and enable quality improvement through clinical decision support, patient reminders, registries, and technical assistance – Care innovations – team-based care, interventions to promote medication adherence•  Community prevention – reducing the need for treatment through: – Prevention of tobacco use – Improved nutrition – decrease sodium and artificial trans fat consumption
  11. 11. Clinical prevention Focus on ABCS•  Improving management of ABCS can prevent more deaths than other clinical preventive services•  Increasing utilization of these simple interventions could save more than 100,000 lives a year – Patients reduce risk of heart attack or stroke by taking aspirin as appropriate – Treating high blood pressure and high cholesterol substantially and quickly reduces mortality among high-risk patients – Even brief smoking cessation advice from clinicians doubles likelihood of successful quit attempt – use of cessation medications increases quit rates further
  12. 12. The Challenge: “Develop an application that activates and empowers patients to get healthy and improve their heart health” • These apps should use evidenced based resources to help improve cardiovascularhealth with a particular focus on the ABCS. • Apps should incorporate patient-entered data and provided targetedrecommendations. • Examples include: education and resources to improve on ABCs, directing users toheart healthy activities and places to eat, and linking to online communities.
  13. 13. Improved cardiovascular care could save 100,000 lives/year in the U.S. Blood Pressure control Cholesterol control Smoking cessation Aspirin prophylaxi s Source: Farley TA, et al. Am J Prev Med 2010;38:600-9.
  14. 14. Resources • Million Hearts • American Heart Association (AHA) • AHA Risk Assessment “My Life Check” • CDC • SmokeFreeGov • National Heart, Blood, and Lung Institute • U.S. Preventive Services Task Force
  15. 15. Judging Criteria 1.  Patient engagement 2.  Quality and accessibility of information and resources 3.  Targeted and actionable information 4.  Innovativeness and Usability 5.  Platform Neutrality Bonus points will be awarded for creating both English and Spanish versions
  16. 16. Timeline Submission Period Ends 12-31-11 Winner Notified 01-20-12
  17. 17. For More Information Contact Jean-Luc Neptune: