The transformation of healthcare involves providing better health, increasing access and lowering costs to support the secure exchange of information. To enable this, today’s health IT solutions must include standards, protocols, interoperability frameworks and a host of other elements that providers can leverage to enhance patient care delivery.
- Review the various technological components that enable the transformation of health IT
- Identify ways to leverage technology to achieve the meaningful use of health IT
- Explain industry standards and protocols available today that will transform the way healthcare is delivered at the point of care and beyond
|11AM-11:30AM CT||Supporting Meaningful Use Stage 2 with Health Information Exchange: One Organization’s Experience|
|Abstract: Two critical elements of the Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements are improving patient access to data and the electronic exchange of clinical data to strengthen care coordination. By using a combination of health information exchange and interoperable standards, healthcare organizations can meet the requirements of these regulations.
|11:45AM-12:15PM CT||IHE Protocols and Health Information Exchange: Working Together to Achieve Health IT Transformation|
|Abstract: One of the tactics employed to share patient data is the establishment of an interoperability structure that enables health information exchange while creating advanced care delivery for the benefit of all patients.
|12:30PAM-1PM CT||Envisioning Patient-Centered Care Coordination: One Beacon Community’s Experience|
|Abstract: The Beacon Community Cooperative Agreement Program is part of a larger healthcare improvement revolution that demonstrates how health IT investments and meaningful use of EHR advance the vision of patient-centered care while reducing costs and improving health and access to patients.