Presentation on theme: "WVPTA PT After Hours. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Identify the electronic resources available to practicing clinicians to."— Presentation transcript:
At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Identify the electronic resources available to practicing clinicians to improve access to evidence regarding PT practice. Report the function of APTAs Open Door Portal Identify the location and purpose of the APTA Legislative Action Center
Identify the benefits to patient care from using current evidence in practice. Define tele-rehabiliation Identify the equipment necessary to create a tele-rehabilitation site within a clinical setting. List the benefits of tele-rehabilitation to the consumers of health care in WV, specifically in rural areas.
Efficiency in practice logistics Scheduling Billing Documentation Providing resources for clinical decision making Patient educational tools Assuring regulatory compliance Productivity/budgetary/outcomes reporting
iOrtho OMT – spine and extremities iMuscle WebMD Medscape Radiology Pharmacology Skyscape ICD9/10 codes And the list goes on and on and on………
Evidence I dont know where to get to it. I dont have time for look for it. I dont know how to ask for it. I dont know how to evaluate it. I dont know what it means to my patient.
APTA 1 Open Door Hooked on Evidence PTJ and section journals PT Now Move Forward Internet Too many to list! Facebook Twitter PT Think Tank http://ptthinktank.com Physiopedia
Open Door - http://www.apta.org/OpenDoorhttp://www.apta.org/OpenDoor Portal that provides access to multiple databases and full text articles to APTA members. ProQuest Medline CINAHL Cochrane SportDiscus
Hooked on Evidence - http://www.hookedonevidence.org/reviewstatio n.cfm?CFID=90895431&CFTOKEN=43781805 http://www.hookedonevidence.org/reviewstatio n.cfm?CFID=90895431&CFTOKEN=43781805
Journal of Physical Therapy - http://ptjournal.apta.org/ http://ptjournal.apta.org/ full text articles Podcasts Videos
PT Now – Clinician portal – http://www.apta.org/PTNow Robust Google-type search Clinical summaries Examination tools and multimedia resources Quick route to clinical practice guidelines, best practice recommendations, outcomes data, systematic reviews, and policy statements News for clinical practice Drug updates Discussion forums targeted to clinical topics Customizable clinical collections for sharing with patients and colleagues
Move Forward – Consumer Portal http://www.moveforwardpt.com/Default.aspx Consumer portal with information regarding diagnoses, physical therapy intervention Consumer videos Interactive body Symptoms and conditions Find a PT Todays PT
APTA Legislative Action Center Federal Advocacy State Advocacy Take Action
Health Care Reform Provides summary of PPACA related to PT profession Legislative Issues http://www.apta.org/FederalIssues What APTA is addressing on Capitol Hill regarding PT practice nationwide News and Updates – PTeam newsletter Policy Resources
Justin Elliott – Director Angela Chasteen – Assistant Director Current issues State legislative issue tracking Grants for advocacy work
So why do I need to know this? And, what do I do with this information? http://app3.vocusgr.com/WebPublish/controller.as px?SiteName=APTA&Definition=Home&XSL=Ho me&SV_Section=Home http://app3.vocusgr.com/WebPublish/controller.as px?SiteName=APTA&Definition=Home&XSL=Ho me&SV_Section=Home
USDHHR definition: Use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical healthcare, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration.
Telemedicine 2 Use of technologies to assist in delivering healthcare services such as patient care and monitoring. Telerehabilitation 2 Remote delivery of rehabilitation and home care services. Assessment, monitoring, prevention, intervention, supervision, education, consultation, counseling PT, OT, SLP, audiologists, physiatrists, nurses, bioengineers, AT experts, teachers, psychologists, dieticians.
History 2 1880s – after the invention of the telephone US Government VA utilization 1957 – telemental health with other projects to follow Now it is system wide throughout the VA Recent past – most research activity in telehealth surrounds rural medicine 1997 telehealth business – 6.8 million 1998 telehealth business – 13.8 million
Benefits 3 Increases access to care/ speed of diagnosis Increased quality of care Increased access to specialized services Cost- effective Decreased travel time for patient/practitioner More time for practitioner to see more patients with less travel time Patient and practitioner satisfaction Comparable outcomes to face to face Practitioner education/mentorship
Lets talk dollars and sense! Very little quality economic analyses of this method of delivery Cusack 4 study results Factors affecting results – cost of face to face visit vs cost of telehealth visit, success of telehealth visit Vo 5 study results – UTMD Univ. of TN – Telehealth Network
Pramuka 6 Text based Audio based Video based Virtual reality Web based Wireless Integrated
What equipment might I need? Dont ask me!!!!! But, seriously folks…. Conferencing telephone Internet access – broadband – high speed Smart phone Videoconferencing equipment Monitoring equipment Check out the Mountaineers http://www.hsc.wvu.edu/its/MDTV
So, whats right for me? Consider: Data type to be transmitted Clinics budget Application purpose/patient characteristics Technical support structure Skills of client and clinician – both tech and rehab skill Ease of installation
Barriers Lack of professional competency standards Degree of physical contact Patient cognition Availability of resources for interventions Reimbursement models do not support TR Liability clarifications Quality of tech devices Licensure clarification HIPPA Lack of literature to base policy change on
Policy issues to be addressed 2 Licensure Consistent clinical standards Privacy and access to PHI Reimbursement standards across state lines Reimbursement period! For telehealth services Liability and accountability International rules on clinical consultations
Purpose Subjects Telerehab – 10 Out of region face to face – 10 In region face to face – 10 Results Consistent satisfaction and goal achievement among groups Telerehab group assessed sooner
Purpose Subjects 11 caregivers of elderly clients diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease Results Time saved Work time saved Cost savings
Increased access to services regardless of geography Vocational assessment Employment preparation Seeking and obtaining employment Maintaining employment (job coaching) Monitoring and follow up
Purpose Subjects 5 subjects (3 men and 2 women) Results Clinical outcomes improved Levels of satisfaction were high for both
Type in rehabilitation and what do you get? 88,200 results Type in physical therapy and what do you get? 67,900 results Posted by? Accuracy? Appropriateness?
So, what do I do with it? As of 2009, 68% of American households had computers with internet access Create Private Channels - Post videos specifically for your patients as homework to supplement your care Parental controls to limit access Use audio via telephone during simultaneous viewing of the video
…telerehabilitation is a feasible service delivery model that has the potential to improve access and reduce the costs associated with delivery of early intervention services in rural communities. 11 …telehealth services are not meant to replace face-to-face services, but when in- person services are not feasible, they provide a viable alternative. 11
Kentucky Telehealth Network 100 telehealth sites MDTV has 35 in the state, 1 in MD and 7 international Purpose TR as alternative deliver model for EI services in KY Subjects 2 families in rural KY receiving OT x 12 weeks Results
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