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C. Martin Harris, M.D., M.B.A., is the Chief Information Officer and Chairman of the Information Technology Division of Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. Additionally, Dr. Harris is responsible for strategic business planning for Cleveland Clinic.

Dr. Harris’ interest and expertise in the area of improving the practice of medicine through the innovative application of information technology is reflected in his serving on numerous national pooicy and technology organizations, including:

Appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Information Technology Standards Committee, which is charged with making recommendations to the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology on standards, implementation specifications, and certification criteria for the electronic exchange and use of health information.

Dr. Harris received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. His residency training in general internal medicine was completed at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He completed a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar fellowship in General Internal Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and holds a Masters in Business Administration in Healthcare Management from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Opening KeynoteHealth Information Technology’s Role in Advancing the 21 st Century Model of Health and Healthcare Delivery

  1. 1. Health Information Technology’s Role in Advancing the 21st CenturyModel of Health and Healthcare Delivery C. Martin Harris, M.D. Chief Information Officer, Cleveland Clinic Executive Director, eCleveland Clinic
  2. 2. The Cleveland Clinic• Founded in 1921 • Health System Hospitals: ♦ Euclid• Not-for-profit group ♦ Fairview practice ♦ Hillcrest ♦ Huron• 2,700 physicians ♦ Lakewood ♦ Lutheran and scientists ♦ Marymount• 1,300 bed hospital ♦ South Pointe ♦ Cleveland Clinic Florida• 16 Family Health Centers ♦ Medina• Cleveland Clinic System Statistics: ♦ Clinical visits: 4,311,183 ♦ Surgical cases: 269,859 ♦ Admissions: 219,285 ♦ Emergency visits: 437,692 Cleveland Clinic 2011 Annual Report: “90 Years of Patients First”
  3. 3. eHealth Services Providers PatientsMyPractice: MyPractice: MyChart: MyConsult:Electronic M edical ● Your Personal Health Your First Choice for Record System Community Connection a Second Opinion MyPractice Dr.Connect: VirtualVisit: MyMonitoring: ● Improved Patient/Physician Ongoing Condition Hospital Communication; Interaction Globally Reporting from Home Improved Care
  4. 4. H FHC Ashtabula County Medical Center Cleveland H Clinic Toronto FHC Euclid Hospital Willoughby Hills Family Health Center HC S.T.J. H Cleveland Health Center Hillcrest Hospital FHC H ClinicAvon FamilyHealth Center FHC Lakewood Hospital H H FHC Elyria Family Lutheran Hospital Beachwood Family Health Center FHC South Pointe FHC Hospital Health and Surgery Center FHC Westlake Family Health Center Lakewood H FHC Family Health Marymount Hospital Lorain Family Health Center FHC Twinsburg Family And Surgery Center Health Center H FHC H Solon Family Health Center FHC Fairview Hospital Medina Independence Family Lou Ruvo Center Health Center Hospital H for Brain Health FHC FHC Cleveland Las Vegas, Nevada FHC Clinic Strongsville Family Health FHC Chagrin Falls Family Florida Wooster Family Health Center and Surgery Center Brunswick Family Health Center Health Center
  5. 5. MyPractice Electronic Medical Record Physicians Nurses Schedulers Front DeskResidents Patients Researchers
  6. 6. MyPractice Electronic Medical Record Ambulatory Functionality • Messaging • Schedule • Results • Documentation • Physician Order Entry • Best Practice Alerts • Integrated Image Viewing
  7. 7. MyPractice Electronic Medical Record Inpatient Functionality • Inpatient Census • All Results • Medication Administration Record • Vital Signs and I&O • Documentation • Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) • Integrated Image Viewing
  8. 8. MyPractice Electronic Medical Record Image Retrieval / Viewing
  9. 9. eHealth Services Providers PatientsMyPractice: MyPractice: MyChart: MyConsult:Electronic M edical ● Your Personal Health Your First Choice for Record System Community Connection a Second Opinion MyPractice Dr.Connect: VirtualVisit: MyMonitoring: ● Improved Patient/Physician Ongoing Condition Hospital Communication; Interaction Globally Reporting from Home Improved Care
  10. 10. MyChartPatient Services:• View medical information• View health reminders• View schedule• Prescription renewal request• Online appointment scheduling
  11. 11. MyChartiPhone App:• Test results• Messages MyChart 2• Appointments Future / Past 3• Preventive care• Health summary- medications, allergies, problems, immunizations
  12. 12. eHealth Services Providers PatientsMyPractice: MyPractice: MyChart: MyConsult:Electronic M edical ● Your Personal Health Your First Choice for Record System Community Connection a Second Opinion MyPractice Dr.Connect: VirtualVisit: MyMonitoring: ● Improved Patient/Physician Ongoing Condition Hospital Communication; Interaction Globally Reporting from Home Improved Care
  13. 13. 4. Patient returns to referring 1. Community physician for ongoing physician refers follow-up care patient for specialty treatment DrConnect Improved communication; improved care3. Referring 2. Patient treatment physician follows progress documented patient progress in in MyPractice real time through electronic medical DrConnect online record system connectivity service
  14. 14. eHealth Services Providers PatientsMyPractice: MyPractice: MyChart: MyConsult:Electronic M edical ● Your Personal Health Your First Choice for Record System Community Connection a Second Opinion MyPractice Dr.Connect: VirtualVisit: MyMonitoring: ● Improved Patient/Physician Ongoing Condition Hospital Communication; Interaction Globally Reporting from Home Improved Care
  15. 15. MyMonitoring
  16. 16. eHealth Services Public / Private Providers Patients Sector ConnectivityMyPractice: MyPractice: MyChart: MyConsult:Electronic M edical ● Your Personal Health Your First Choice for Record System Community Connection a Second Opinion MyPractice Dr.Connect: VirtualVisit: MyMonitoring: ● Improved Patient/Physician Ongoing Condition Hospital Communication; Interaction Globally Reporting from Home Improved Care
  17. 17. Cleveland Clinic Pilots Microsoft HealthVaultCLEVELAND, Nov. 10, 2008 / PRNewswire via COMTEX / — Cleveland Clinic,a World-class academic medical institution and leader in health informationtechnology, today announced collaboration with Microsoft Corp., a worldwideleader in software, to pilot the patient-controlled data exchange betweenMicrosoft® HealthVaultTM, a Web-based personal health platform; a suite ofwidely-used digital medical devices; and e Cleveland Clinic MyChart®,Cleveland Clinic’s electronic personal health record (PHR) system.Today, more than 150,000 Cleveland Clinic patients use eCleveland ClinicMyChart®. The short-term pilot, begun on Monday, Nov. 3, is the first pilot inthe country to follow multiple diseases in the clinical delivery setting usingmultiple at-home devices such as glucometers, heart rate monitors, weightscales and blood pressure monitors.
  18. 18. What eHealth Services Offer theContemporary Healthcare Consumer• A transition from a provider-driven to a consumer- driven model of healthcare delivery.• Empowered patients with enhanced and convenient access to personalized and reliable health-related information.• A whole new way of requesting and receiving a variety of health-related services anytime, anywhere.

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