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 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
 iHT²  Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network  - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"
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iHT² Health IT Summit Denver - Laura McCrary,Executive Director, Kansas Health Information Network - Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"

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Case Study "Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements Using HIE"

This presentation will provide an overview of health information exchange in Kansas including a description of how the Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN) is helping Kansas providers meet Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements that are necessary to receive Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments. It will include a live demonstration of the health information exchange and a question and answer session.

KHIN provides health information exchange services to all health care providers in Kansas. The KHIN network allows health care providers to share health information at the point of care. Health data includes current diagnosis, medications, allergies, lab results, procedures, immunizations, visit history and summary of care documents.

In August 2012, Via Christi Health Systems and HCA Wesley became the first Kansas health care organizations to share health data. Just 10 months later, 42 Kansas health care systems are live sharing data including all of the largest health systems in Kansas. Nineteen others are actively testing data and 3200 providers have the ability to exchange secure messages. KHIN members can now access information on almost 900,000 Kansas patients, electronically send immunizations to the state registry, electronically send syndromic surveillance data to the CDC and securely communicate with other health care providers through the DIRECT protocols which comply with all HIPAA regulations. Soon, KHIN members will be able to provide a personal health record (PHR) to all of their patients.

Learning Objectives:

∙ Understand the basic principles of health information exchange through a case study of the Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN).
∙ Understand the role of health information exchange in meeting Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements.
∙ Describe how health information exchange can facilitate population health and patient engagement.

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  • 1. KHIN KANSAS HEALTH INFORMATI ON NETWORK Executive Briefing KHIN Health Information Exchange
  • 2. KHIN KANSAS HEALTH INFORMATI ON NETWORK
  • 3. KHIN Kansas Health Information Network, Inc. Founding members Not for Profit Organization
  • 4. KHIN Kansas HIE Landscape
  • 5. KHIN
  • 6. KHIN • Secure Clinical Messaging/DIRECT – Enable Providers to communicate point to point with other providers across Kansas and the nation. • Provider Portal – Enable Providers to view the data in the exchange on their patients. • Patient Personal Health Record • Full HIE –Query functionality – Enable Providers to access data for their patients from other providers from across the State of Kansas. – Enable Providers to contribute data from their patients to the exchange so other providers can access it from across the state of Kansas. • State level interfaces – Immunizations, Syndromic Surveillance, Reportable Diseases, Cancer Registry, Birth Defect Registry, PMP. KHIN Product Delivery
  • 7. KHIN Certification Completion Date KHIE Certificate of Authority Temporary—July 2012 Full—Anticipated July 2013 DirectTrust for Secure Messaging May 2013 eHealth Exchange for Query Anticipated Summer 2013 ONC for PHR Completed 2012: update 2013 KDHE for Public Health Measures At point of MU2 Attestation KHIN Certification
  • 8. KHIN
  • 9. KHIN
  • 10. KHIN
  • 11. KHIN Stage 2 MU Public Health Measures Public Health Agencies (PHAs) partner with health information exchanges to facilitate the submission of public health data electronically.
  • 12. KHIN MU2--Immunizations Successful ongoing submission of electronic immunization data from Certified EHR Technology to an immunization information system for the entire EHR reporting period.
  • 13. KHIN MU 2-Syndromic Surveillance Successful ongoing submission of electronic syndromic surveillance data from Certified EHR Technology to a public health agency for the entire EHR reporting period.
  • 14. KHIN MU 2 Electronic Lab Results Reportable Diseases Capability to submit electronic reportable laboratory results to public health agencies
  • 15. KHIN KHIN PHR Vendor http://www.nomoreclipboard.com/ 1. HISP to facilitate secure communications between patients and providers. 2. Deconstruction of CCD and display of information in patient friendly format. 3. Patient ability to view, download and transfer a summary of care record. 4. Patient added information=PHR 5. Patient educational information 6. Patient view through any web enabled device including mobile phones. 7. Track and graph health measures 8. Emergency access to records for patients.
  • 16. CMS FAQs for EHR Incentive Programs If multiple eligible professionals or eligible hospitals contribute information to a shared portal or to a patient's online personal health record (PHR), how is it counted for meaningful use when the patient accesses the information on the portal or PHR? This answer is relevant to the following meaningful use measure: For Eligible Professionals (EPs): ―More than 5 percent of all unique patients seen by the EP or EH during the EHR reporting period (or their authorized representatives) view, download or transmit to a third party their health information.‖ For Eligible Hospital and Critical Access Hospital: If the patient was seen by an EP or discharged from a hospital during the EHR reporting period, the patient would be counted in the numerator for this measure if the patient (or his/her authorized representatives) views online, downloads, or transmits to a third party any of the health information from the shared portal or online PHR. This is regardless of whether the EP or hospital contributed the particular information that was viewed, downloaded, or transmitted by the patient. However, the EP or hospital must have contributed at least some of the information identified in the Stage 2 final rule to the shared portal or online PHR for the patient. Last updated 2/28/2013
  • 17. CMS FAQs for EHR Incentive Programs If multiple eligible professionals or eligible hospitals contribute information to a shared portal or to a patient's online personal health record (PHR), how is it counted for meaningful use when the patient accesses the information on the portal or PHR? This answer is relevant to the following meaningful use measure: For Eligible Professionals (EPs): ―More than 5 percent of all unique patients seen by the EP during the EHR reporting period (or their authorized representatives) view, download or transmit to a third party their health information.‖ For Eligible Hospital and Critical Access Hospital: If the patient was seen by an EP or discharged from a hospital during the EHR reporting period, the patient would be counted in the numerator for this measure if the patient (or his/her authorized representatives) views online, downloads, or transmits to a third party any of the health information from the shared portal or online PHR. This is regardless of whether the EP or hospital contributed the particular information that was viewed, downloaded, or transmitted by the patient. However, the EP or hospital must have contributed at least some of the information identified in the Stage 2 final rule to the shared portal or online PHR for the patient. Last updated 2/28/2013
  • 18. CMS FAQs for EHR Incentive Programs If multiple eligible professionals or eligible hospitals contribute information to a shared portal or to a patient's online personal health record (PHR), how is it counted for meaningful use when the patient accesses the information on the portal or PHR? This answer is relevant to the following meaningful use measure: For Eligible Professionals (EPs): ―More than 5 percent of all unique patients seen by the EP during the EHR reporting period (or their authorized representatives) view, download or transmit to a third party their health information.‖ For Eligible Hospital and Critical Access Hospital: If the patient was seen by an EP or discharged from a hospital during the EHR reporting period, the patient would be counted in the numerator for this measure if the patient (or his/her authorized representatives) views online, downloads, or transmits to a third party any of the health information from the shared portal or online PHR. This is regardless of whether the EP or hospital contributed the particular information that was viewed, downloaded, or transmitted by the patient. However, the EP or hospital must have contributed at least some of the information identified in the Stage 2 final rule to the shared portal or online PHR for the patient. Last updated 2/28/2013
  • 19. KHIN KHIN Use Case examples Use Case KHIN CareAlign Solution • Patient seen at Via Christi Hospital. Patient returns home and is admitted to Hutchinson Regional Medical Center. An easier way for clinic providers to find information about recent hospital stays for their patients?  Hutchinson Regional Medical Center charge nurses plan to utilize KHIN at every admit to help with Med Rec  Provider in the community query KHIN to find out information about recent hospital discharges • Trauma patient is seen at Hays Med, Level 3 Trauma Hospital and is transferred on Saturday evening to Wesley Medical Center Level 1Trauma Hospital. Patient medical information is available in real time from Hays Med for clinical staff at Wesley Medical Center.  Emergency Department providers utilize KHIN ―Direct‖ secure messaging or KHIN ―Query‖ to share critical patient information on trauma patients.
  • 20. KHIN Contact Information Laura McCrary Ed.D Executive Director Office: 785-861-7490 lmccrary@khinonline.org

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