Sharing data,                                       embracing opportunity                                     HEALTH INFOR...
Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN)        A Provider Led, Statewide Health Information                         Excha...
Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN)       Mission:       To improve health care       quality, coordinationKHIN   and...
Kansas HIE GovernanceKHIN
KHIN HIE Strategic ParticipantsKHIN
KHIN Adoption 4/13/12
KHIN DEPLOYMENT                                                      Patient                                              ...
HIE & Care Coordination                                                      Clinical Integration                         ...
KHIN/KHIE Minimum Data Set                           KHIN           Demographics for Patient Matching &           Full Nam...
Key Project Deliverables                             Milestone              Achieved       PA – BAA       VPN Tunnel      ...
KHIN Suite of ProductsKHIN       • Secure clinical messaging/DIRECT       • Portals—provider and patient       • Full HIE ...
Contact Information          Laura McCrary Ed.D          Executive DirectorKHIN      623 SW 10th Avenue,          Topeka, ...
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Case Study“Moving Toward Success and Sustainability in a Large and Diverse Multi-State HIE”

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Early in 2011, Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN) implemented a statewide health information exchange (HIE) to connect a broad geographic region that covers large urban and rural areas in Kansas. KHIN’s original goal was to connect 80% of all health care providers by 2016, and has far exceeded its 2011 goal of 400 providers by connecting over 1000 providers in 2011. KHIN covers a broad territory that includes all of Kansas encompassing 130 hospitals, 4500 physicians, 75 rural health and safety net clinics, 100 public health departments, 22 community mental health centers, 400 post acute care facilities, 600 pharmacies and 125 labs.
Dr. McCrary will discuss the successes and challenges of the first year, including how secure clinical messaging/DIRECT has been an early WIN and how KHIN plans to leverage state level databases including the immunization registry, prescription monitoring programs, reportable disease reporting and syndromic surveillance to prepare for Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements. Dr. McCrary will also address the challenges associated with cross state exchange of data including healthcare policy and technology infrastructure necessary to address discrepancies associated with patient consent and “break the glass”; for example Kansas is an Opt-Out state and Missouri is Opt-In state. Dr. McCrary will also discuss the challenges associated with interoperability and the EHR vendors’ readiness to utilize XDS.b and other IHE standards for the transport of personal health information (PHI).

Currently, KHIN is preparing for a July 1, 2012 “go live” date when health data on over 1,000,000 patients will be available to KHIN authorized users. Dr. McCrary will also present an overview of the ICA CareAlign® platform, especially CareConnect which enables the exchange of patient information and secure clinical communications across this broad and diverse geographic and demographic area.

Objectives:

How to develop critical physician and patient participation
How to manage the differences between urban and rural HIE needs
How secure clinical communications facilitates transitions of care
Impacting public health with an HIE
How the right technology platform is critical for HIE success

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Case Study“Moving Toward Success and Sustainability in a Large and Diverse Multi-State HIE”

  1. 1. Sharing data, embracing opportunity HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE IN KANSASKHIN K AN S AS H E AL T HI N F O R M AT I O N N E T W O R K
  2. 2. Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN) A Provider Led, Statewide Health Information ExchangeKHIN
  3. 3. Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN) Mission: To improve health care quality, coordinationKHIN and efficiency through the exchange of health information at the point of care utilizing a secure electronic network provided by a collaboration of health care organizations.
  4. 4. Kansas HIE GovernanceKHIN
  5. 5. KHIN HIE Strategic ParticipantsKHIN
  6. 6. KHIN Adoption 4/13/12
  7. 7. KHIN DEPLOYMENT Patient Consent GO LIVE Materials July 2012 Deployed June 2012 Training June 2012 User Acceptance Testing- May 2012 KHIN Early Adopters July 2012 1. Via Christi Health System, Wichita Ministries 2. HCA-Wesley Medical Center• Data Testing January -May 3. Hutchinson Clinic 2012 4. Pratt Regional Medical Center 5. Hays Medical Center KHIN Phase 2 July-December 2012 1. Kansas University Hospital 2. Salina Regional Medical Center 3. Great Plains Health Alliance-Selected Hospitals 4. Newton Medical Center 5. Wichita eClinicalWorks Participants 6. Kansas Spine Hospital 7. Community Health Center of SE Kansas 8. Comanche County Hospital 9. Meade District Hospital 10. Morton County Health System 11. Mercy Regional Health Center 12. Wamego City Hospital 13. Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg 14. Southwest Medical Center
  8. 8. HIE & Care Coordination Clinical Integration Population-based Care Model Patient Patient Engagement CenteredKHIN Informed Care Collaboration Transitions of Care Patient Data Exchange & HIE Services Portability Informatics Corporation of America - Proprietary and Confidential Information 8
  9. 9. KHIN/KHIE Minimum Data Set KHIN Demographics for Patient Matching & Full Name of Source of Information ProceduresKHIN Medication Lists Diagnostic Test Results Problem Lists/Diagnosis Allergies Immunizations
  10. 10. Key Project Deliverables Milestone Achieved PA – BAA VPN Tunnel Channel Development Received Production Data ICA Internal analysisKHIN Build Parsers Integration testing Promote data to UAT Client completes and signs off on UAT Training plans developed Training begins Promote Data to ICA Production Environment Go - LIVE! Transition to Support
  11. 11. KHIN Suite of ProductsKHIN • Secure clinical messaging/DIRECT • Portals—provider and patient • Full HIE functionality
  12. 12. Contact Information Laura McCrary Ed.D Executive DirectorKHIN 623 SW 10th Avenue, Topeka, Kansas 66612-1627 Office: 785-861-7490 Mobile: 785-409-5200 lmccrary@khinonline.org

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