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  • 1. HealthMEDX
    By: Stephanie Boyvin, Bethany Woods,
    Charlotte Choate, Hillary Gray
  • 2. What is HealthMEDX?
    Software company ranked number one for providing services to home health, rehabilitation, and long-term care
    Based out of Ozark Missouri
    3,300 Healthcare locations nationwide
    Over 100 employees
    Holding 72,000 gigabytes of information
  • 3. Integrity Home Healthcare
    Integrity is a local health system that utilizes HealthMEDX:
    From home health aide services and medical social work to skilled nursing and therapies, Integrity Home Care allows clients to receive skilled healthcare in the comfort of their home often achieving desired independence and confidence.
    Nursing Care Services
    Specialty Care such as Infusion, Wound Care, Cardiac Care, Oncology and Mother/Baby Postpartum
    Physical Therapy
    Anodyne Therapy
    Occupational Therapy
    Speech Therapy
    Medical Social Work
    Home Health Aide Services
    Telemonitoring Services
    (Integrity, 2007)
  • 4. sub-systems/integrated systems
    Main functional areas include: Census, Clinical, and financial
    Other sub-systems include:
    Therapy
    Advanced Monitoring and Alerts
    Dashboard/Analytics
    HL7
    Portal
    First Databank
    Preconfigured Content
    Telephony
    Telehealth
    (HealthMEDX, 2009)
  • 5. The EHR
    HealthMEDX’s EHR includes all 8 components and much more:
    “Increase adoption with simulated paper chart environment
    Enforce policy and procedures through common process automation
    Automatically complete the OASIS with data from assessments
    Ensure proper reimbursement with charge capture integration
    Approve orders through electronic signature
    Tailor care plans automatically based on completed assessments
    Trend outcomes through graphical patient chart views
    Collect care data real-time with a wide selection of portable devices, telehealth, and telephony
    Follow organization procedures with user defined assessments
    Capture and track therapy activities with automatic inclusion in the patient record
    Validate and submit completed OASIS electronically
    Review a comprehensive patient record with integrated therapy
    Identify quality improvement areas with advanced clinical reports
    Ensure timely completion of care with automatic  real-time care notifications”
    (HealthMEDX, 2009)
  • 6. HealthMEDX: components in care
    Case Management: provides data and tools needed to manage a patient’s care
    Intake coordinator: helps to transfer data from referral point to patient’s health record
    Clinicians: monitors care and schedule of services, provides access to patients records and diagnosis.
    Home Health Aides: allows for quick and easy documentation of care and services provided at visits
    Director of reimbursement: provides ability to manage cash flow, produce claims, and allow for easy charge captures
    Provides ability for physicians’ to enter in orders for each individual patient
    Connects different systems used by physicians offices, labs, therapies to provide complete records and easy communication (HL7)
  • 7. Safety
    Data Backups include:
    Full nightly backups
    Incremental backups every 15 minutes
    Storage of Data
    Highly Available Enterprise Class SAN (Storage Area Network)
    Data Integrity
    Physical Access: http://www.springfieldunderground.com/
    Only HealthMEDX Data Center Team has access through Approved Access Control
    Network Entry is protected by Highly Available Firewalls
    User Access
    Controlled By Windows Active Directory. Only authorized users by the organization can add or remove a user
    Functional area access is controlled by Role within the System.
    All HealthMEDX personnel sign HIPAA agreement
    Woods, L.K. (2009, October 15). Systems Engineer, HealthMEDX. Personal Communication
  • 8. Cost
    Software Costs vary depending on many factors:
    Solution Installation and Implementation are typically up to 50% of the cost of the software
    Support costs are typically up to 20% of the cost of the software
    Organizations implementing a clinical informatics solution should also plan to incur additional costs above and beyond the capital and operational costs of system implementation. The typical costs can be temporary productivity changes during implementation and training, short term labor/wage increases if double entry is used during implementation, and other soft costs associated with a change in business processes.
    Bingham, C. (2009, October 15). Systems Engineer Manager, HealthMEDX. Personal Communication
  • 9. Education
    HealthMEDX assigns a contact person to their clients to provide continuous contact and help through their relationship with client.
    Develop a customer care plan based on the client’s needs and goals during their implementation process
    Throughout their use of HealthMEDX, the clients are able to schedules consultations and training services as needed.
    Surveys are given out to clients and employees; these surveys are constantly evaluated and changes made based on feedback
  • 10. Conclusion
    Because HealthMEDX divides the system into functional categories by job such as nursing, health aides, physicians, etc; it provides a secure and easy work flow.
    We were shown how to use the health record and we feel that it would be easy to adapt to using.
    Upon implementation, HealthMEDX provides support to new users continuing throughout the life of the relationship with the company.
  • 11. References:
    HealthMEDX. (2009). The HealthMEDX vision solution for home health. Retrieved October 29, 2009, from http://www.healthmedx.com/Solutions/HomeHealth.aspx
    Integrity Home Care. (2007). Home Health Services. Retrieved October 29, 2009, from www.integrityhc.com/homehealth.php