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HIT Standards CommitteeConsumer/Patient Engagement       Power Team    Leslie Kelly Hall, Chair      Health IT Standards C...
Charge• CHARGE: Assess the Standards and  Certification Criteria NPRM and provide  recommendations for strengthening  cons...
Goal• GOAL: Ensure that MU Stage 2 standards meet  current opportunities for engaging patients  and their families in thei...
Consumer/Patient Engagement Power TeamMembers•   CHAIR Leslie Kelly Hall, Healthwise•   Jon Bertman, Amazing Charts•   Hug...
Comment Topics•   Overarching principles•   Themes•   Comments for Stage 2 (in combined grid)•   Frontier issues: borderli...
Standards and PolicyPolicy   Standards     ActionExists   Don’t         Patient/EHR developedGaps     Exist         Harmon...
Overarching Principles• Nothing about me without me• I am a contributing care team member• Many EHR actions have a patient...
Specific Themes    (Examples)• Understandable to me: plain language, my language• CC:Me or my designee(s)• I am a health i...
Stage 2 Comments• Comments reflect logical outgrowth:  – Review identified opportunities
Frontier Issues:Borderline Stage 2/3• Patient access should be flexible and  bidirectional- TO THE PATIENT  – CC:ME or des...
Frontier Issues:Borderline Stage 2/3• Patient access should be flexible and  bidirectional- FROM THE PATIENT     Current m...
Frontier Issues:Borderline Stage 2/3• Clinical Decision Support   – Include patient in shared decision making      • Prefe...
Overarching Principles: Guideposts• Nothing about me without me: CC:ME• I am a contributing care team member:  Patient gen...
Take-Aways• The energy and enthusiasm strong• The ability of a brand new group, including  patients, to coalesce and to co...
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Patient Engagement Power Team Comments – Leslie Kelly Hall, Chair

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The Consumer/Patient Engagement Power Team will assess Standards and Certification Criteria NPRM and provide recommendations for strengthening consumer/patient engagement components. The Power Team will prioritize recommendations to enable patients to participate as partners in their care.

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Patient Engagement Power Team Comments – Leslie Kelly Hall, Chair

  1. 1. HIT Standards CommitteeConsumer/Patient Engagement Power Team Leslie Kelly Hall, Chair Health IT Standards Committee Meeting April 18, 2012
  2. 2. Charge• CHARGE: Assess the Standards and Certification Criteria NPRM and provide recommendations for strengthening consumer/patient engagement components. The Power Team will prioritize recommendations to enable patients to participate as partners in their care.
  3. 3. Goal• GOAL: Ensure that MU Stage 2 standards meet current opportunities for engaging patients and their families in their care, and anticipate future policy and technology that encourages further engagement.
  4. 4. Consumer/Patient Engagement Power TeamMembers• CHAIR Leslie Kelly Hall, Healthwise• Jon Bertman, Amazing Charts• Hugo Campos, patient advocate• John Derr, Golden Living LLC• Jim Hansen, Dossia• Liz Johnson, Tenet Healthcare• Nikolai Kirienko, patient advocate• Russell Leftwich, Tennessee Office of eHealth Initiatives• Alice Leiter, National Partnership• Arien Malec, RelayHealth• Holly Miller, MedAllies• Sean Nolan, MicroSoft Health Vault• Heidi Sitkov, nurse, patient advocate• Sharon Terry, Genetic Alliance• Judy Warren, University of Kansas School of Nursing
  5. 5. Comment Topics• Overarching principles• Themes• Comments for Stage 2 (in combined grid)• Frontier issues: borderline Stage 2/3• Directional signposts• Appendices: – Complete comments, with general guidance and recommendations for Stage 3 – table of overarching themes – text summarizing key catalysts for patient engagement and health care transformation authored by Jim Hansen based on PE PT discussions and other subsequent input from multiple sources
  6. 6. Standards and PolicyPolicy Standards ActionExists Don’t Patient/EHR developedGaps Exist HarmonizationExists Exist Patient/EHR harmonization
  7. 7. Overarching Principles• Nothing about me without me• I am a contributing care team member• Many EHR actions have a patient-facing system reaction• Patient-facing systems are not limited by legacy systems• How does my care compare?
  8. 8. Specific Themes (Examples)• Understandable to me: plain language, my language• CC:Me or my designee(s)• I am a health information exchange of one• I am a necessary and important safety checkpoint• I am a credible source of information and generate meaningful and material data for my care:• Clinical information reconciliation needs to include patient as participant• VDT in a computable, transferable, moveable way
  9. 9. Stage 2 Comments• Comments reflect logical outgrowth: – Review identified opportunities
  10. 10. Frontier Issues:Borderline Stage 2/3• Patient access should be flexible and bidirectional- TO THE PATIENT – CC:ME or designee(s) CPOE eRX – Designated proxy – Computable & human readable – On demand – Available as populated
  11. 11. Frontier Issues:Borderline Stage 2/3• Patient access should be flexible and bidirectional- FROM THE PATIENT Current medication list Family history Smoking status Medication adherence and experience Experience of care surveys Questionnaires Patient intolerance Patient responses Patient initiated data
  12. 12. Frontier Issues:Borderline Stage 2/3• Clinical Decision Support – Include patient in shared decision making • Preference sensitive care• Patient communication – Should include relevant education• Metadata/ raw data any patient data – Computable – Discreet• Care Team Roster - Patient Included – Institutional – Community
  13. 13. Overarching Principles: Guideposts• Nothing about me without me: CC:ME• I am a contributing care team member: Patient generates as well as receives data• Many EHR actions have a patient-facing system reaction: Patient orders• Patient-facing systems are not limited by legacy systems: API• How does my care compare? Patient report cards
  14. 14. Take-Aways• The energy and enthusiasm strong• The ability of a brand new group, including patients, to coalesce and to contribute• Policy helps innovate standards, but standards help innovate policy• Value of extending this type of effort across HITPC and HITSC, jointly or in collaboration

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