Health Datapalooza 2013: Blue Button Plus For Data Holders

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Health Datapalooza IV: June 3rd-4th, 2013
Unlocking Clinical & Claims Data by Giving Consumers Access: Blue Button Plus For Data Holders
Moderator:
Ryan Panchadsaram, Senior Advisor, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Speakers:
Kym Martin, Three-time cancer survivor
Jon R. Cohen, Chief Medical Officer, Quest Diagnostics
Craig Lipset, Head of Clinical Innovation, Pfizer
Mark Savage, Director of Health IT Policy and Programs, National Partnership for Women & Families

Consumers can be engaged, active participants in their own health and partners in reducing health care costs. But first, they need access to their own personal health information, and they need tools and services that use this information to help them make better choices. The panel will bring together payers, providers, and other data holders who will discuss the value proposition for sharing data with consumers. They will demonstrate Blue Button Plus, which makes it easy for data holders to share personal health information with consumers and their applications in a standardized, automated format.

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  • Start with a dashboard of you clinical health dataUnderstand your risk for major complicationsBuild a care plan tailored to your data and risk levelsHave a tool that reminds you to follow the care plan, including medication reminders, exercise prompts, incentives, and social pressureShare your care plan and progress with your caregivers and providers
  • Health Datapalooza 2013: Blue Button Plus For Data Holders

    1. 1. Powering Applications Using ConsumerData: Blue Button+ for DevelopersHealth Datapalooza IVJune 3, 2013
    2. 2. AgendaModerator:• Pierce Graham-Jones, West Health Innovator-in-Residence, Department of Healthand Human ServicesSpeakers:• John Wilbanks, Senior Fellow, Kauffman Foundation; Chief Commons Officer,Sage Bionetworks• Dave Chase, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Avado• Sean Nolan, Distinguished Engineer & General Manager, Microsoft HealthVault• Darren Hite, Partner, Aberdare Ventures• Q&A (15 minutes)6/11/2013Office of the National Coordinator for HealthInformation Technology2
    3. 3. 6/11/2013Office of the National Coordinator for HealthInformation Technology3Over 1.5 million people across the countryhave downloaded their health recordIn 2010, Department of Veterans Affairsstarts the Blue Button initiativeNow over 88 million Americans can download theirhealth record from a portal(CMS, Dept. of Defense, Aetna, and United)
    4. 4. Limitationsof Blue ButtonLacks Structure: Data is difficult to parsebecause data is unstructuredXInconsistent: Each system uses differentvocabularies and templatesXNo Secure Transport: No defined, widelyadopted way to securely transport dataXNot Seamless: Current applications require toomuch manual effort by consumersX
    5. 5. 68 committed organizations definedthe next version of BB
    6. 6. 6/11/2013Office of the National Coordinator for HealthInformation Technology6Structure1Electronic EOBC-CDATransport2DirectAutomation3Triggers
    7. 7. WhatBlueButton+lookslikefor Dataholders(HIEs,Providers,Payors,etc.)ANY Destinationof Consumer’sChoice
    8. 8. WhatBlue Button+looks like for Developers andPatients
    9. 9. MeaningfulUse Stage 2 andBlue Button+Blue Button+ gives specific guidance to EHR companiesin meeting the V/D/T requirements.Structure Consolidated CDA (C-CDA)Section & Fields Described in Meaningful Use 2Transmit Direct Protocol (SMIME/SMTP)Certificates Ability To Exchange Certificates “Ad Hoc”Transmit Frequency Send onceCertificates Certificate BundlesTransmit Context In message bodyTransmit Frequency Send on change, automationMU 2 regulationsrequires these forall certified EHRsRequired for BlueButton+
    10. 10. 6/11/2013Office of the National Coordinator for HealthInformation Technology10Quick Link - Implementation Guide http://bluebuttonplus.org
    11. 11. 6/11/2013Office of the National Coordinator for HealthInformation Technology11Implementation Guidehttp://bluebuttonplus.orgC-CDA Scorecardhttp://ccda-scorecard.smartplatforms.orgDirect Reference ImplementationsPatient Anchor Bundlehttp://secure.bluebuttontrust.orgTraining and Resourceshttp://healthit.gov
    12. 12. Some of the organizations on the Path to Blue Button+ TodayCurrentAdoption
    13. 13. AgendaModerator:• Pierce Graham-Jones, West Health Innovator-in-Residence, Department of Healthand Human ServicesSpeakers:• John Wilbanks, Senior Fellow, Kauffman Foundation; Chief Commons Officer,Sage Bionetworks• Dave Chase, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Avado• Sean Nolan, Distinguished Engineer & General Manager, Microsoft HealthVault• Darren Hite, Partner, Aberdare Ventures• Q&A (15 minutes)6/11/2013Office of the National Coordinator for HealthInformation Technology13
    14. 14. 6/11/2013Office of the National Coordinator for HealthInformation Technology14link
    15. 15. • One home• Consumer• Family Sharingeverywhereconnectedapplication400+ apps | 200+ devices | 8 languages
    16. 16. 400+ apps | 200+ devices | 8 languages
    17. 17. http://healthvault.com
    18. 18. INVESTING IN TRANSFORMATIONALHEALTHCARE
    19. 19. E ARE FOCUSED ON transformationalhealthcare opportunities. To us, thisWmeans SMARTER, LESS COSTLY, and MOREEFFICIENT—not just better. Neither businesses, norconsumers, nor government can bear thecurrent costs, and each has an URGENT andIMMEDIATE NEED for solutions.
    20. 20. 28Transformational healthcareHEALTHCARE OPPORTUNITY MARKET ACCELERATORS ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES• Chronic cost problem hasbecome acute• Unsustainable spending growthfor all payers• Business competitivenesshindered by rising costs• Risk being shifted to providersand consumers• Most significant policy changessince 1965• Every player transformingexisting business models• Enabled in ubiquitous sensing,computing, analytics andcommunications$2.8TRILLION
    21. 21. BlueButton+Co-Design ChallengeLaunchingToday!Are you a patientor caregiver? Tellus how you wantto use your data.Share ideasthrough June 11http://ideas.healthtechhatch.com

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