Transparent processes, actionable data and strong relationships between a health plan and an ACO can substantially improve quality outcomes and make the health care system work better for all.
Webinar speakers offer an exclusive look at some of the newest technologies that are used to put timely data at an ACO’s fingertips. Participants will also walk away with an overview of best practices in facilitating the physician-patient relationship and promoting the Triple Aim, as well as the real-world perspective of an ACO leader on how these tools are adding value and improving health...
Healthcare delivery is changing rapidly and delivering care via telehealth offers health systems an opportunity to provide patients with convenient high-quality care while competing in markets previously beyond their geographic boundaries.
During the webinar, Marshfield Clinic and American Well will discuss the past, present, and innovative future of telehealth and the role it plays in the delivery of patient-focused care in an ever-changing healthcare market. They will discuss implementation and execution strategies for delivering primary care, care coordination and remote...
Please join our revitalized Connecting Communities Collaborative for our inaugural meeting -- a retrospective of the important role HIEs have played during Hurricanes, from Katrina to Harvey.
When Hurricane Katrina reached Louisiana in 2005, the number of physicians using electronic medical records was minimal. The concept of health information exchanges were mostly a conversation on the future of healthcare. Evacuees fled Louisiana, settling in Texas, and other states, without medical records, medication histories, or prescriptions. Paper records were destroyed and the need for...
Webinar: Incorporating Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Data for Holistic Care Delivery and Population Health Outcomes
This webinar addresses the use of behavioral health and substance abuse data to facilitate more connected and personalized care for at-risk populations. Due to strict federal guidelines, behavioral health and substance abuse data have historically been excluded from health data exchanges. However, collecting and sharing this data are necessary components of population health management. With the emergence of the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) legislation and the current state of America's opioid problem, rules for sharing this critical data are...
Emerging value-based payment (VBP) models are critically important in meeting future needs for improved quality and cost of healthcare. This national movement away from fee-for-service (FFS) to VBP is a massive undertaking and the transition can be made more difficult when payment reform efforts occur as add-ons to traditional FFS contracts. One of the operational challenges inherent in the transition to VBP is appropriate use of clinical and administrative data. Guest speaker, Dr. Steven Waldren, is the Director of the AAFP's Center for Health IT, which assists family physicians and other...
During uncertain times when policy breakthroughs prove elusive, the eHealth Initiative (eHI) leads the way. Join us to carry on this tradition at eHI’s Annual Government Affairs Retreat being held January 25, 2018 in Washington, DC. Register today to join fellow eHI members, along with speakers from Congress and lead government agencies for an information-packed, action-oriented conversation. Be up to date. Hear from Washington insiders. Join the march towards positive health care progress in the new year.
Speakers from HHS, ONC, NIH, and major House and Senate health committees...
2020 Roadmap Refresh - Executive Summit
Attention: ALL Multi-Stakeholder Leaders Who Want a Seat at the Table
Are you ready for candid discussions that will have a real impact and influence the future of healthcare delivery through Health IT? If so, eHealth Initiative’s Executive Summit: Roadmap Refresh February 7-8, 2018 is your place to start.
The eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap, a public-private collaborative created in 2014, focuses on using technology to help transform our healthcare system by the year 2020. On February 7-8, 2018,...
The results are in! Over 100 providers, payers and delivery organizations responded to eHealth Initiative’s recent survey on provider-related interoperability solutions. Jennifer Covich Bordenick, eHealth Initiative’s Chief Executive Officer, will lead a discussion panel featuring expert Jon Zimmerman, VP and GM, Value-based Care Solutions, GE Healthcare Digital; Speakers will examine the survey and discuss the implications for providers, patients, and vendors.
- Compliance with 2015 patient access requirements in Health IT Certification Criteria...
Social determinants, the circumstances in which people live and work, have a strong effect on health and are linked with the development and management of chronic conditions. More than 35 social-behavioral determinants of health have been recommended by four federal institutions and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
During this webinar Speakers will provide:
- Practical tips and advice to leverage Social-Behavioral Determinants of Health to maximize healthcare outcomes
- Guidelines for the prioritization, selection, implementation and...
Privacy issues and cybersecurity threats can wreak havoc among healthcare organizations. Malicious agents now seek patient data as frequently as financial information, and the value of a medical record far exceeds that of a stolen credit card. Today, the question facing most security officers is no longer whether a breach will occur, but rather when it will happen and what should be done to mitigate the damage. This new reality necessitates innovative approaches to managing risk and protecting data.
With nearly 6 in 10 hospitals using at least a basic electronic health record, the...
The health care industry has customarily thought about health care data and individual responsibility as primary influencers of a person’s health outcomes. Organizations are now recognizing that alternative drivers, such as economic status, social factors and physical environment are also key influencers in health outcomes. But, how should organizations leverage social determinants in managing populations? How do they integrate these insights into existing processes to help providers make more informed decisions at an individual and population level?
Social determinants of health...
Please join us to hear from fellow eHI members about current events and initiatives at eHI.
The future of healthcare in the US is based on an assumption that every health IT system can interoperate with every other health IT system—which would enable better care coordination and reduce costs. But how far along are we at actually achieving full interoperability and what can we do to get there?
Attendees of this webinar will first hear from Andrea Darby, the System VP of IT Integration - Applications at OhioHealth, about OhioHealth’s strategy to achieve interoperability within its own four walls. Then, attendees will hear from Wes Rishel, former VP and Distinguished...
EHRs offer robust data and analytics capabilities that routinely go unused. Understanding how best to leverage those capabilities and who to involve in the decision-making processes will position your healthcare organization for creating a successful data-driven culture. Our distuinguished panelists will highlight the care team engagement needed to be successful and how to engage the organization (particularly the clinical care team) beyond the C-suite in analytics. Join the discussion where we’ll focus on optimizing Electronic Health...
Together Facing the Challenges of Change. eHealth Initiative’s 2017 Annual Conference & Member Meetings, March 21-23 in Washington, DC will bring together the most influential leaders from across the healthcare spectrum to discuss critical issues related to the use of data and technology to improve healthcare for all Americans. To register go to: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=cktmjryab&oeidk=a07...
The job of matching patient identities is becoming more difficult than ever before because of 5 major trends: 1. External data exchange 2. Patient engagement through portals and personal health record (PHR) apps 3. Analytics for PopHealth and outcome optimization 4. Innovative new applications and devices 5. Hospital consolidation Because of these trends, we can no longer rely solely on “indexing” patients in an MPI to match patient identities. Indexing was successful in the past because MPIs operated in an environment of few software systems that were controlled by one organization. But...
New Administration, new Congress; curious about key health care issues in play? Be one of the first to know. Join fellow eHI members, along with speakers from Congress and lead government agencies and be up-to-date. This member event is on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 in Washington, DC.
Retreat topics include:
• Health care in the 115th Congress
• 21st Century Cures, What’s Next?
• Medicaid and Healthcare IT: A New Era?
• The Healthcare Innovation Agenda
• All of Us Research Program (PMI) Updates
• A View from the States
The ability to exchange healthcare information between systems is important to achieve the triple aim – better heath for individuals, better care for populations, and greater cost efficiency in care. In 2012, a new version of the HL7 standard emerged for information exchange: Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®). This webinar will explore how FHIR® facilitates easier exchange of healthcare data between systems in a straightforward yet secure manner. Keeping the complexity of healthcare data in mind, FHIR® was created with a modern, internet-based approach to connecting...
Join this webinar and learn NEW findings in the current state of progress towards achieving data sharing and cross-system interoperability. Hear how payers and providers are using technology to achieve patient centered care, and working toward achieving data sharing and cross-system interoperability. To register go to: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/i6w9vsnfb1lw&eom This educational webinar is supported by GE Healthcare Digital.
Big changes are ahead in how Medicare will pay physicians. The MACRA rule establishes a new Medicare physician payment program that starts January 1, 2017, yet few providers understand how this this important change will affect how they are paid. This educational webinar is supported by Aetna. To learn more and to register, please follow this link: https://cc.readytalk.com/registration/#/?meeting=qnargk9a9qgp&campaign=o....
Under the CMS guidance for funding health information exchange (HIE) activities, many HIEs are eligible for 90% Federal Matching Funds (90/10) through The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) passed in 2009.
Disruption, reinvention, and growth ---- the healthcare industry is experiencing unprecedented transformation. From how appointments are booked to how care is delivered and payments are processed, the times they are a-changin.’ A video recording of the webinar can be found here.
Learn about key takeaways from the final rule for the MACRA Quality Payment Program, the role of health IT in the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Alternative Payment Models (APMs), and how to prepare for long term success with value-based payment. A video recording of the webinar can be downloaded here.
Healthcare consumerism is a relatively new concept, but its growing presence in the market is undeniably real. Patients today expect that their healthcare providers will work collaboratively with them; in fact, that’s one of the ways in which patients now gauge the value of the care they receive. A video recording of the webinar can be downloaded here.
One of the top priorities for CIOs today is capitalizing on the explosion of data volumes and complex data types available to their organizations today. While many are considering big data for its agility and cost advantages, they are questioning how best to leverage this still nascent technology.
Leading academic medical centers share valuable lessons learned when developing successful big data strategies.
This webinar panel session will discuss:
• How big data can play a role in today’s healthcare information architectures
• Breaking down data silos...
Join the next Council of Data Analytics Experts meeting to hear Doug Dietzman, Executive Director of Great Lakes Health Connect (GLHC), the statewide HIE in Michigan. Doug plans to discuss the dual ways of analyzing data, from both “use need” and “organizational need” perspectives. Both of these perspectives utilize the same data, for vastly different purposes. Doug will be sharing their successes and pitfalls along with solutions that they are using to address these concerns as well as offering a few commentary perspectives on the future.
Colleen O’Donnell, the Policy and Practice Improvement Specialist for The National Council for Behavioral Health addresses the Interoperability workgroup today. She will be presenting on the SAMHSA-HRSA Center of Integrated Health Solutions. The program focuses on the integration of primary care and behavioral health services. Her presentation will focus on the challenges and solutions to privacy and consent issues that the program has identified to support data sharing among providers.
New models of medicine are driving transformation in healthcare. Value-based models and consumer expectations are changing the way we manage the health of a population. Payers are rethinking how to build strong relationships with in-network providers, and how to meet consumer expectations.
Population health management encompasses a range of activities aimed at improving outcomes and reducing costs for different groups of patients. To better understand how organizations are approaching population health management, eHealth Initiative surveyed provider organizations in 2016. The survey questions addressed how health information technology supports patient engagement, analytics, and care management. Join eHealth Initiative and Medicity for a webinar presentation of the results and a panel discussion about the findings. Click...