HIP TN Investor Relations Presentation 3 2012


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HIP TN Investor Relations Presentation 3 2012

  1. 1. MissionImprove access to health information through a statewide collaborative process by providing services and infrastructure for the secure electronic exchange and use of health information. Vision Be the recognized state and national leader that supports measureable improvement in clinical quality and efficiency to healthcare consumers, providers, and payors through the provision of secure HIE services. Page 2
  2. 2. HIP TN at a Glance Founded in 2009 and reflective of input from 250+ stakeholders engaged in statewide health information sharing efforts In 2010 HIP TN incorporated as a 501 (c)(3) organization; Over $10MM in State and Federal funding received to date, In 2010, partnered with OptumInsight to implement Elysium Exchange as statewide backbone for health information exchange In 2011, began implementation to connect statewide HIE partners Page 3
  3. 3. Department Veterans Centers for Social Security of Defense Healthcare Disease Administration Administration ControlPage 4
  4. 4. Core Services Services to help organizations locate, positively identify, and determine how to exchange information securely across organizational boundaries; Enterprise Services Services to help organizations meet the federal criteria and state requirements for the meaningful use of certified EHR technologies; and Value-Added Services Services for inclusion within the statewide HIE framework based on the feasibility, cost, and value of the proposed service. It is anticipated that services will evolve and be accessed through HIP TN’s provision of Core ServicesPage 5
  5. 5. Funding and Sustainability HIP TN PROJECTED SOURCES OF FUNDING – 2011 THRU 2016 100% PERCENT OF TOTAL FUNDING 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016VALUE ADDED SERVICES 0% 0% 0% 25% 25% 15%STATE OF TN 100% 25% 25% 0% 0% 0%PAYORS 0% 50% 50% 50% 50% 60%CMS 90/10 0% 25% 25% 25% 25% 25% Page 6
  6. 6. Organization HIP TN Board of Directors Keith Cox CEO Finance Operations General Counsel Program Technology Human Resources PMO Privacy & Security Coordination Operations Council Workgroups Middle Tennessee East Tennessee Tennessee Mid South eHealth Office of eHealth eHealth Health Information Regional Extension Connect Initiatives Collaborative Network Centers Technology Clinical Workgroup Privacy & Security Sustainability Consumer AdvisoryWorkgroup Chair Chair Workgroup Chair Workgroup Chair Workgroup Chair Page 7
  7. 7. Board of Directors Voting Director Seat Appointee Consumer Director Patrick Willard, Senior Legislative Representative / State Health and Family, AARPAt least one representative from among the population served by healthcare providers Government Affairs in the State of Tennessee. Qualified Organizations Robert S. Gordon, Board Member, Mid-South eHealth AllianceThree representatives from among those Qualified Organizations that have executed a Mike Ward, Board Chair, East Tennessee Health Information Network Connectivity Agreement with the Corporation and are actively exchanging data over OPEN the Corporation’s network Health Insurers At least two representatives from those entities that contract to provide health Robert H. McLaughlin, MD, Senior Medical Director, CIGNA Healthcareinsurance coverage to citizens of the State of Tennessee, such as insurance companies, Thomas Lundquist, MD, Senior Vice President, Quality, Blue Cross, Blue Shield of health maintenance organizations and non-profit hospital and medical service Tennessee corporations. Self Insured Employer At least one representative from among those businesses in the State of Tennessee OPEN offering health insurance to its employees through a self-funded health benefit plan Hospital Industry Reginald W. Coopwood, MD, FACS, Chief Executive Officer, Regional Medical At least one representative from among hospitals providing services in the State of Center, Memphis Tennessee. Licensed Healthcare Providers John Pirolo, MD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Saint Thomas Health Services At least four licensed health care providers or representatives of providers. Diane Pace, PhD, RN, Family Nurse Practitioner, University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing Kathy Wood-Dobbins, Chief Executive Officer, Tennessee Primary Care Association Richard H. Sain, Pharm. D., President, Reeves-Sain Drugstore At Large Dawn Fitzgerald, Chief Executive Officer, QSource Page 8
  8. 8. Workgroup Leadership Workgroup Leadership Charter Chair: Mike Ward, Senior Vice President and CIO, Covenant Health Technology Vice Chair: Doru Mihaescu, Associate Director, Supports the overall technical direction of statewide HIE Information Systems, Southern Adventist University Co-Chairs: Vicki Estrin, Program Manager HIP TNPrivacy and Security Focuses on issues related to implementation of statewide HIE Randy Sermons, HIP TN General Counsel Supports clinical direction and provides input from providers “in the field” on the HIP Chair: Russ Leftwich, CMIO, Office of eHealthClinical Workgroup TN Network and its ability to support providers in the improvement of patient care Vice Chair: John Pirolo, CMIO, St. Thomas Health through the provision of health information as well as support for Meaningful Use Sustainability Tony Dotson, Practice Manager, Erlanger Medical Responsible for HIP TN’s “Sustainability Plan” and overall “Business Plan” Workgroup CenterConsumer Advisory Chair: Susan Torzewski, Clinical Documentation Represents patients, family members, and caregivers who consume the services that Group Builder, Mountain States Health Alliance HIE provides Page 9
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