Patient Portal Challenge Webinar Slides 2/25

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Patient Portal Challenge Webinar Slides 2/25

  1. 1. Webinar Presentationhttp://bit.ly/NYeCPortal2/25/2013 1
  2. 2. On today’s call: • Alexandra Cohen, Product Line Manager, NYeC • Mukul Govil, Architect/Technical Lead, NYeC • JL Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0 • Hemali Thakkar, Challenge Manager, Health 2.0
  3. 3. Agenda for Today’s Call NYeC Overview Vision Challenge Goal and Timeline Challenge Requirements High Level Use Cases Judging Process Evaluation Criteria Q&A 3
  4. 4. NY eHealth (NYeC) OverviewNYeC is a not-for-profit organization, working to improve healthcarefor all New Yorkers through health information technology.Promote the adoption and use of electronic health records (EHRs)• Educate the public on the benefits of EHRs• Assist providers transitioning from paper to electronic recordsBuild the SHIN-NY (Statewide Health Information Network of New York):A secure network for sharing clinical patient data across the state• Allow providers to share information• Promote collaborative care so doctors work as a team to benefit the patientDevelop statewide policies regarding health IT• Convene stakeholders and build consensus• Collaborate with NYS Department of Health 4
  5. 5. The VisionThe healthcare system needs health IT tools to enable broad collaboration between patients, providers, public health officials, and payers. This will improve the quality of care, provide the necessary system efficiencies, and increase individual satisfaction. No single entity can deliver this set of tools. It will take an ecosystem working together. YOU can be a part of that ecosystem 5
  6. 6. The Portal ChallengeNYeC is looking for developers and designers to createinnovative prototypes that showcase the information that canbe made available to patients accessing the statewide healthinformation exchange.Timeline• Application Deadline: April 11, 2013• Public Voting Period: April 11 – 21, 2013• NYC Demo Day: April 30, 2013 (TENT)• Upstate Demo Day: May 2, 2013 (TENT)• Winners Announced: May 6, 2013 6
  7. 7. The RequirementsChallenge participants will develop prototypes usingApplication Programming Interfaces (APIs) provided by NYeCthat cover three main areas of functionality:• Consent Management: the ability for a patient to provide or deny consent for a provider to access their information through the health information exchange• Audit Access: the ability for a patient to view of a list of who has viewed their information through the health information exchange• Record Access: the ability for a patient to access their shared health records in a single location with information provided in a meaningful manner 7
  8. 8. Use Case 1: Login• A 37-year-old female has heard about the Patient Portal for New Yorkers and has been given a user name and password to access the site.• Using her credentials she logs into the system and is able to gain access to her individual information in a user-friendly way that also feels secure. 8
  9. 9. Use Case 2: Consent• The 37-year-old female patient lives in Brooklyn, NY.• She has been to several facilities over the past year and knows that she has signed consent forms for some of them to access her information through the health information exchange but can’t specifically remember which providers she has given access to.• Using the portal, she looks at the list of facilities that she has explicitly given and denied consent to within the system. She notices on the list that there is a facility that she had given consent to about a year ago but no longer uses.• She modifies the consent state for that facility so that the provider no longer has access to her records. 9
  10. 10. Use Case 3: Audit• The 37-year-old female wants to make sure that the facility who she denied consent to earlier has not been able to access her records since she denied consent.• Via the portal, she looks at her audit log and sees that there has been no access from that facility since her last appointment. 10
  11. 11. Use Case 4: Record Access• The 37-year-old female has several chronic conditions and is interested in viewing all of her information in one place including her conditions, medications, and lab results as well as other available information.• The information is shown to her in a way that is informative and meaningful to her and provides her with enough information to understand what she is looking at. 11
  12. 12. Record Access: Design Examples• Nightingale: Winner Health Design Challenge 12
  13. 13. Record Access: Design Examples• VA Health: Best Medication Design (second place) 13
  14. 14. Record Access: Design Examples• Grouping By Time: Best Medical/Problem History 14
  15. 15. Record Access: Design ExamplesView other designs: http://healthdesignchallenge.com/ 15
  16. 16. Other Use Cases• Download Records• Transmit and Receive Records• Access to External Systems• Proxy Access• Policy Based Educational Materials• Medical Condition and Data Educational Materials• Patient Inbox 16
  17. 17. Judging Process• Phase 1: Public Voting o The Challenge will be publicly advertised and anyone can submit a vote for their favorite prototype o The public will review videos, presentations, and even prototypes as desired o The top designs from the public voting phase will move to phase 2• Phase 2: Demonstration Days o Two demonstration days (NYC and Buffalo) for top teams to showcase their prototypes o Judging panel consisting of providers, experts and patients at each event• Winner selection: o Winners to be selected after both demonstration days have been completed o Winners to be announced on May 6th• Prizes o First Place $15,000 o Second Place $7,500 o Third Place $2,500 17
  18. 18. Evaluation Criteria• Phase 1 (public voting) scoring criteria: o Overall Design and usability, including user friendliness and attractiveness of the interface for both a patient and a proxy user o Mass appeal of submission o Ease of navigation within the submission o Innovation in presenting educational and medical information within the submission• Phase 2 (panel voting) scoring criteria: o All phase 1 criteria o Effectiveness of prototype in meeting all provided use cases o Effective usage of provided APIs 18
  19. 19. For More InformationChallenge Website:•http://bit.ly/NYeCPortalApplication Deadline:•April 11, 2013 19
  20. 20. Questions? Join the email list!http://bit.ly/NYeCPortalList ORContact Hemali Thakkar at: hemali@health2con.com

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