Innovations in Health Information Exchange

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Innovations in Health Information Exchange

  1. 1. Innovations in Health Information Exchange Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center Summit March 16, 2012 Michael Matthews, CEO MedVirginia
  2. 2. Relevance Chronically ill  Uninsured  Minority  Wounded warriors  Disabled  Rural 
  3. 3. Wounded Warriors Up to 60% of service member’s healthcare is provided outside of the Military Health System. Private Sector Care 60% DoD 70 40% DoD-VA Continuum of Care Veterans receive approximately 40% of their care outside of VA treatment facilities. VA
  4. 4. VLER Partners Hampton VA Medical Center Fort Eustis Fort Eustis McGuire VA Medical Center Portsmouth Naval Hospital Fort Eustis Langley AFB AFB Langley
  5. 5. Serving the Disabled       Avg. disability determination:  84 days With MedVirginia:  46 days 11% in 1-2 days CCD to SSA Algorithms by SSA Replication of model
  6. 6. SSA Expansion 6 Memorial Regional BSHR Richmond Community St. Francis MedVirginia CDR St. Mary’s CONNECT Gateway MedVirginia CONNECT Sheltering Arms Gateway Southside Community Centra CDR Virginia Baptist Lynchburg General
  7. 7. Uninsured  Clinical data      Secure messaging Practice management   Interfaced with MedVirginia Clinical documentation   Hospital results Labs Medications Meds, allergies, problem lists, vitals Eligibility screening tool
  8. 8. Free Clinics • CrossOver • Fan Free • Love of Jesus • Richmond HBP • Powhatan • Pathways • Aylett • Tappahannock Henrico Hanover Chesterfield Richmond
  9. 9. NwHIN: Growing Participation Current Production Participants  Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)  Community Health Information Collaborative (CHIC)  Department of Defense (DOD)  Department of Veterans Affairs  Douglas County Individual Practice Association (DCIPA)  EHR Doctors  HealthBridge  Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS)  Kaiser Permanente  Marshfield Clinic  MedVirginia  MultiCare Health System  North Carolina Healthcare Information and Communications Alliance, Inc. (NCHICA)  OCHIN  Regenstrief Institute  Social Security Administration (SSA)  South Carolina Health Information Exchange (SCHIEx)  South East Michigan Health Information Exchange (SEMHIE)  University of California, San Diego  Utah Health Information Network (UHIN)  Western New York Clinical Information Exchange  Wright State University  17 Organizations in Process 9
  10. 10. Practice Connectivity       Results routing Bi-directional Clinical messaging Analytics PCMH support Payer strategies (e.g., P4P)
  11. 11. Statewide HIE 11 www.connectvirginia.org
  12. 12. Pioneers

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