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Jörg Schwarz - Agfa HealthCare 360 - e-health 6.6.14 Jörg Schwarz - Agfa HealthCare 360 - e-health 6.6.14 Presentation Transcript

  • 1 Agfa HealthCare 360° Our Roadmap to integrated care and 360° patient insight
  • 2 Agenda  Healthcare is changing  Fee for service versus Fee for value  Benefits of integrated care, i.e. chronic disease management  Agfa Maturity model / HIMSS Continuity of Care model  Economics in a changing environment  Step-by-step approach  New quality driven business model enabled by IT  Value for Stakeholders  Patients  Providers  Payers
  • 3 Healthcare costs in selected OECD countries View slide
  • 4 Hospital admission rates – a comparison 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 USA Germany UK France Brazil View slide
  • 5 Chronic Disease Management: Cost & Quality
  • 6 Outcomes based payments require integrated care
  • 7 Integrated Care is here to stay  Care Coordination shows results  Initial results of accountable care organization show double digit cost reduction and quality improvement  Shift from acute care to preventive care  More prevention saves cost  Less revenue for Hospitals (fewer acute care episodes), more revenue for GPs and Specialists (more preventive care)  . The end of the fee for service era?
  • 8 Agfa Maturity Model Maturity Level Objectives Characteristics 1 Messaging • Simple pnt-to-pnt messaging (e.g. email) to send orders and to receive results (push only – the data is stored in the edge systems) 2 Sharing • Query and retrieve results, stored at different locations (push-pull model, central / federated data storage ). Example XDS • Data is structured and non-structured with various levels of data quality • Tracking of orders / referrals (status monitoring, task management) 3 EHR • Use semantics (e.g. NLP, master data, tagging) and data quality management mechanisms (e.g. validation, normalization) to ensure that the data is structured and of guaranteed data quality (complete, consistent and correct) • Provide longitudinal view on clinical results of patients (virtual patient record), stored at different locations • Support secure electronic communication (e.g. chat, secure email) among different members of care team • Access to clinical guidelines in applications • Provide patient level alerting 4 Analytics • Provide outcome reporting (KPIs) and dashboards on financial, operational, clinical level • Search and navigate through the data in interactive way • Support secondary data usage for clinical trials 5 Smart Care • Improve clinical outcome and reduce clinical risk by using Clinical Decision Support mechanism (e.g. reasoning, predictive analytics) for ordering, diagnosis and treatment planning • Generate knowledge from information (e.g. using predictive analytics, community authoring) • Integrate high variety of data sources, including sensors, genomics 6 Integrated Care • Support clinical pathways (process workflow) for disease / health management • Create patient/case centric virtual care teams using advanced collaboration tools (e.g. forums, social media, • Provide population level alerting HIE EHR Agfa 360
  • 9 HIMSS Continuity of Care Model = Level 1 AGFA Model = Level 2 = Level 3 ~ Level 4 ~ Level 5 = Level 6
  • 10 Step-by-Step Transition An economically viable way to transition from status-quo to state-of-the-Art
  • 11 Quality driven delivery model
  • 12 Data progression enables integrated care
  • 13 5 steps to integrated care; value @ every step
  • 14 Value creation
  • 15 Summary  Integrated Care is promising  Can improve outcomes by supporting a holistic, 360° view of the patient  Can reduce cost by eliminating waste & redundancy, prevention of escalations  New generation of Health IT can support Integrated care  Collect and aggregate data across the care continuum  Semantically enhance data  Support clinical decisions, reminders, & prevention  New Business model  From fee-for-service (volume oriented) to  fee-for-value (outcomes oriented)  Patient Engagement  Patient is involved and informed to better manage health outcomes  Governments and Payers are important  Create & funds standards, infrastructure to enable transition
  • 16 Questions & Comments Joerg.schwarz@agfa.com