Overview: Indiana Health Information Exchange

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This presentation provides a brief description of the history behind the formation of the Indiana Health Information Exchange as well as a quick summary of the services offered. This presentation is given frequently to groups interested in learning more about IHIE and is updated often.

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Overview: Indiana Health Information Exchange

  1. 1. Better Outcomes. Delivered. Overview June 12, 2012Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc
  2. 2. History The nation’s largest health information exchange:93 Indiana hospitals and 20,000 physician participation. Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  3. 3. IHIE Statistics • Nation’s largest HIE • Founded in February 2004 • Based on the technology, knowledge, and experience of the Regenstrief Institute • 75 employees • Providing services to 93 hospitals (23 health systems), 20,000 clinicians, and 5 payers • Serving an area with a population of about 4 million peopleCopyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  4. 4. Health Data Services Value-Added Services • Results Delivery • MU Support • Public Health Integration Hospitals Hospitals • Results Delivery Physician • MU Support • Clinical Quality Services • ™ Community Health Physician Physician Record Access Offices Offices • Results Delivery • Community Health Health Information Exchange Record System Labs / Imaging Centers Labs / Imaging CentersPatient Physician • Biosurveillance • Reportable Conditions Data Network Public Health Repository Applications • Results Delivery Public Health • Quality Reporting • Physician Bonus Administration Payers Payers Physician Data Stewardship Public Health • De-identified, Emergency Surveillance System longitudinal clinical data (PHESS) Outpatient Rx Researchers Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  5. 5. IHIE in a State and National Context Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  6. 6. ARRA HITECH – Once in a Generation Opportunity ARRA Funding ($787 Billion) HITECH (~$34 Billion) Health Information Exchange ($2 Billion)Regional Extension State HIE Cooperative Beacon Centers Agreement Program Cooperative ($598 Million) ($564 Million) Agreement Program AL AK AR AZ CA CO - - - - - VA WA WI WV WY Funding across all 50 states and US territories Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  7. 7. Beacon Community Concept Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  8. 8. The Beacon Cooperative Agreement ProgramIHIE is a Beacon Community:As part of the ARRA HITECH legislation, IHIE has been selected as oneof 17 Beacon Communities nationwide:• Beacon Communities were selected based on their levels of HIEand EHR accomplishment• $16M investment in HIE and EHR capabilities aimed at improvinghealth outcomes• Funding for a 3 year project• Focuses on Dartmouth Atlas Hospital Referral Region 183… >40Central Indiana counties• Beacon Communities are expected to make measurableimprovement in health outcomes: – Quality – Efficiency – Population Health Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  9. 9. IHIE’s Services Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  10. 10. Review of ServicesThe following services are all based upon tools andtechnology developed at Regenstrief Institute:• Public Health Emergency Surveillance System• DOCS4DOCS® Clinical Messaging Service• Indiana Network for Patient Care™ (INPC™)• Quality Health First® Program• ImageZoneSM Cloud-based Medical Image Sharing IHIE is “…at the forefront of the effort to strengthen our nation’s chaotic healthcare system.” – U.S. News & World Report, August 2005 Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  11. 11. Indiana State Department of Health Indiana State Department of Health Public Health Emergency Surveillance System (PHESS)PHESS Mandate & Rule• Statewide infrastructure to analyze data from Indiana emergency departments for the early detection of: • Acts of bioterrorism • Other public health emergencies• 107 Indiana hospitals connected • 1 hospital via MHIN • 1 hospital via HealthBridge• 5300 ED visits per day• Monitor emergency department “primary complaint” “If I wasearly instead of waiting forI two weeks know it having a huge...outbreak, could or a month.” – Dr. Virginia Caine, Marion County Health Department director Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  12. 12. • IHIE’s DOCS4DOCS clinical messaging service takes text reports (e.g. lab, pathology, radiology, transcription, cardiology) from their source information systems and delivers those results to physicians associated with the source organization (medical staff or non-medical staff) via any of three methods: • Into “DOCS4DOCS”, a web-based “inbox” that is accessible via the hospital portal or other IHIE portal • Via fax (if they insist) • Directly into the physician practice EHR• We deliver only what the customers tell us they want us to deliver. “While many major metropolitan areas have similar systems, (IHIE’s) was one of the first and is viewed by many as one of the best…” – Indianapolis Star, June 2007 Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  13. 13. Inbox www.ihie.org
  14. 14. ™What is The Indiana Network for Patient Care™ • A patient-centric community health record for a growing number of Indiana citizens (the “jig-saw puzzle assembler”) • Includes provider, payor, and public Health Data • Growing to serve over half the population of Indiana • Used primarily in EDs but also accessible to approximately 1/3 of ambulatory care physicians in the Indianapolis market Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  15. 15. INPC Membership includes:• 93 hospitals (23 different hospital systems )• 5 large medical groups and clinics• 5 payors• Several free-standing labs and imaging centers• State and local public health agenciesINPC Data:• 10.75 million unique patients• 20 million registration events• 3 billion coded results• 38 million dictated reports• 9 million radiology reports• 12 million drug orders• 120 million radiology images Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
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  17. 17. A chronic disease management and preventive care program: • Multi-payor, value-based pay-for-performance • Helps physicians identify and prioritize health screenings and other testing; provide early interventions and consistent support • Enhance reimbursement for physicians • Focused on cancer screenings, diabetes care, heart disease care • Payor participants include: Anthem BCBS, UnitedHealthcare, Unified Group Services, Medicare, Medicaid • Over 1,900 physicians in 70 communities participate • Covers over 1 million patients Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  18. 18. Initial Quality MeasuresQuality improvement measures are grouped the following categories: • Asthma Treatment • Children’s Health • Diabetes Care • Heart Health • Women’s Health • Other Clinical Measures Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  19. 19. •Quality Health First® Program Patient Summary Physician Group Provider Payers Performance Community Public PerformanceCopyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  20. 20. QHF Program Patients1,200,000 1,124,3831,100,000 1,032,4241,000,000 928,563 900,000 878,999 865,881 800,000 720,205 700,000 634,460 600,000 560,939 556,593 549,419 500,000 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Dec-09 Mar-10 Jun-10 Sep-10 Dec-10 Mar-11 Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  21. 21. Cloud-based Medical Image SharingEnables Instant Image Access and Enhances Quality-of-Care for: • Trauma Transfers • Referrals and consultations • Referring physician communications • Enhances communication with referring physicians and builds loyalty Sharing Images. Saving Lives. Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  22. 22. •Medical Center•Patient •4 •Gateway •Physician Practice •1 •3 •hospital IT •2 Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org
  23. 23. Thank You317.644.1750www.ihie.org Copyright © 2012 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc www.ihie.org

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