Ensuring EMR Adoption and HIE Participation
Q1 - What would be your No. 1 & No. 2 on your lessons learned list given your experience implementing EHRs
Q2 - What was the biggest mistake you made in the implementation phase and what would you change if you could do it again?
Q3 - Now that your systems are in place, how are you overcoming obstacles to physician adoption?
Q4 - Many believe the real pay-off for EMRs is when practices are utilizing Clinical Decision Support. What barriers are you seeing in increasing adoption in this area?Q5 - If you change one thing in the future that would you make your organization's goals more attainable, what would you change?
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Ensuring EMR Adoption and HIE Participation
The American Healthcare Experience and the Health Reform Debate
Public perception and common misconceptions of health reform
What is being invested and what are the risks of failure in health reform?
How can we play a role on improving the public understanding of healthcare reform?
The role of technology in connecting consumers with health reform and an improved healthcare experience
To Change the Current System we must start a new dialogue
- Understand the role of The National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Healthcare Reform and NIH / Applying Science to the Benefit of Healthcare Reform
- A Bold New Paradigm: Cures Acceleration Network
- Health Care Legislation and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER)
- Information technology and Scaling Data Collection for Clinical / Epidemiological Research
- Data Analysis Challenges in Personalized Medicine
- NIH Perspective: 2010 and Beyond
VHA & MedVirginia - Connect Videocast - View HERE
Innovations in Health Information Exchange: Moving Beyond Science Fairs to Sustainable Value Michael Matthews, CEO MedVirginia Stephania Griffin, Privacy Officer, Veterans Health Administration
Over the past decade, a number of demonstrations and pilots add to the wealth of evidence of the impact of health IT and HIE. Yet, HIE is far too often viewed as optional or discretionary rather than as a standard of care. Discussed will be very practical examples of production-level HIE that are bringing clinical and financial value to stakeholders, along with a framework for how to advance adoption and innovation on a much broader scale..
Session Leader: Ned Ellington, Program Manager HITECH Research Center, DHHS (ONC)
Healthcare Technology Convergence & Integration
Medical Image Archiving
Converged Infrastructure Solution Overview
Creating clinical and financial value for Stakeholders
The Creation of a Beacon Community
The 2011 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit examines the role of state health IT modernization and transformation at the intersection of HITECH and State Health Reform. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (ARRA/HITECH) are promoting health IT to enable safe, affordable, high quality care. Health IT has the potential to transform nearly every aspect of healthcare delivery, allowing providers to have comprehensive, intuitive, high-quality patient information at their fingertips to make the right decisions for patient care, giving states better insight into public health, and reducing costs associated with high risk populations.
What you can expect
At the summit, policymakers and leading HIT strategists will provide critical insights into state health IT's function at the intersection of HITECH and health reform. Administrators of leading edge Accountable Care Organization pilots and the associated technology infrastructures will present their experiences, and health IT experts will look at the developing role of statewide health information exchange and Regional Extension Centers as the supporting infrastructure for quality improvements and reform.
Immersed in this intensive learning experience you will examine innovative strategies and best practice for managing and implementing information technology in the new transformed healthcare. You will leave the program ready to overcome barriers to change and improve the overall performance of your organization.
Across the 3-days of the conference policy makers, administrators and health IT strategists will address key critical topics including:
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Registrants unable to attend a Healthcare IT Connect conferences may send a substitute to the conference – substitutions must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration cancellations are also able to transfer their attendance in person to the Live and On Demand Videocast Package where available at no extra charge or transfer the amount paid towards registration at a future Healthcare IT Connect Conference.