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1 Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) CoP
This is an advance copy of the CQM presentation for your review only. This presentation is subject to change and should not be reproduced. The final version of the presentation will be posted to the Medicaid HITECH TA Web site at a later date. September 11, 2014 2:00 PM Eastern Time Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Team (MeT) Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

2 Today’s CMS & MeT Resources
David Koppel: CMS, Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Coordinator Phone: (410) Izanne Leonard-Haak: MeT, Team Member Health Management Associates

3 PopHealth Guests Presenter: Jackie Mulhall, eHealthConnecticut
Resources: John Rancourt, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Linda Cramer, Wyoming Medicaid EHR program Izanne to explain agenda -Will cover four Topics today some more thoroughly than others -Between each topic we will -Topic #1 was just added in the last several days as we learned of a report that is now available

4 Agenda Poll popHealth Presentation Q & As/Discussion Next CQM CoP

5 Participant Poll #1 Please click all that apply: IT Policy
Operations/Audit Clinical/Quality Provider Training/Outreach

6 popHealth Overview for CQM CoP Jackie Mulhall, eHealthConnecticut

7 Acronyms HL7 - Health Level Seven International
CDA – Clinical Document Architecture (An architecture with templates for clinical documents e.g. CCDs) CCDA – Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (Similar to CDA) CCD – Continuity of Care Document (A summary document for a single patient) QRDA – Quality Reporting Document Architecture HQMF - Health Quality Measure Format (eMeasure) eCQM – Electronic Clinical Quality Measure CIPCI – Connecticut Institute for Primary Care Innovation

8 popHealth Overview popHealth is an Open-Source Clinical Quality Measure database and reporting engine presented through a web-based interface Centralized repository of clinical data Data is sent from EHRs via nationally recognized standards Consolidated Clinical Data Architecture (C-CDA) Continuity of Care (CCD) Document QRDA (Quality Reporting Data Architecture) Cat 1 or 3 Document Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) are calculated for providers and presented through a web-based interface Drill down ability to the provider and patient-level data Track trends in quality and health over time Capture CQMs for Meaningful Use Reporting

9 History of popHealth September popHealth started as a prototype, proof-of- concept for a Clinical Quality Measure (CQM) reporting module: popHealth v0.1 September popHealth formally supported by ONC as a MU Stage 1 reference implementation 2011 – popHealth certified January 2012 – v1.4 support for multi-provider with enhanced functionality released December v2.0 support for MU Stage 2 CQMs for EPs released February 2013 – v2.1.2 with enhanced functionality released June v3.0 with upgraded user interface (UI), enhanced technical architecture, support for QRDA import released Spring v3 certified Fall 2014 – transition to Open Source Community from ONC

10 Current Status Entities are using popHealth in a variety of ways
Active User Community Monthly user group meetings Includes active users and interested users Currently Managed by ONC, Moving to Open Source Community Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA) selected to manage Open Source Community Process of moving to OSEHRA has begun, will take place over the next few months EHR Upgrades to 2014 CEHRT impacting popHealth QRDA Documents becoming available but issues due to being a new standard CCD v1.1 not always working, additional testing required

11 Database Technology Stack popHealth Server CQM Calculation
Ruby (version 2.1.1) on Rails (version or higher) Database MongoDB (version 2.0.1) *depends on the host server CQM Calculation Leverages MapReduce framework in MongoDB popHealth Internal Measure Representation Uses JSON and JavaScript

12 Implementation Challenges
popHealth is Open Source prototype software that was developed by MITRE through a grant from ONC Pros No cost to purchase Active Open Source Community All users benefit from enhancements/contributions back to the Open Source Community Cons “Free like a puppy” Documentation is lacking and support is voluntary through Open Source Community Requires skill set that is unusual:  HL7, QRDA standards  Mongo DB  Ruby on Rails  JSON 

13 Current popHealth Use Cases
CQM Reporting for Meaningful Use Northwestern University Medical System Feed data from various EHRs (through their data warehouse) to popHealth for CQM reporting for all entities in health system VA MITRE working to connect popHealth to VA’s Corporate Data Warehouse (CDW) for CQM reporting Wyoming Medicaid Database for QRDA Cat 3 data (CQM data) that is entered by providers Ability to rank providers into tiers for payment based on CQM rates Future plans for eCQM submission by accepting QRDA Cat 3 documents

14 Current popHealth Use Cases
CQM Reporting for Other Purposes eHealthConnecticut (CT Regional Extension Center) FQHCs (CHCs) send CCD data to popHealth database Centralized clinical database data from FHQCs Use for CQMs and other clinical data reporting needs Unexpected outcome is workflow improvement to resolve data issues Used for CQM measurement for CT DPH SHAPE grant IL DPH Used for CQMs and popHealth dashboards to drive clinic improvements in hypertension management

15 Consolidated CDA Output of the effort to create one guide that could be used for implementation and analysis of documents within the CDA standard The Consolidated CDA solution is a library of reusable CDA templates  Templates can be utilized at multiple levels within a CDA document: Level 1: Document Level Templates, such as CCD or Discharge Summary, can be utilized to define a template for the document as a whole. Level 2: Section Level Templates, such as Allergies or Medications, can be utilized to define what specific information will be included in each section. Level 3: Entry Level Templates, such as specific Observations or Procedures, can be utilized to define how the information is encoded within each section. Consolidated CDA has a document level template for CCD QRDA uses parts of C-CDA framework but is not a template

16 Continuity of Care Document
Part of C-CDA Architecture Extensive clinical data Allergies: RxNorm*, Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED)-CT* Care Goals, Social History, Medical Equipment: SNOMED-CT* Conditions: SNOMED-CT*, International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM), ICD-10-CM Encounters: Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) Immunizations, Medications: RxNorm*, Codes for Vaccine Administered (CVX*) Procedures: CPT, ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, SNOMED-CT* Vitals, Results, Assessments: Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC*), SNOMED-CT* Communications: SNOMED-CT * preferred All continuity of care entries are time-stamped Results and vitals must be provided structured with units and values

17 QRDA Architecture HL7 QRDA is a standard document format for the exchange of electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) data. QRDA reports contain data extracted from electronic health records (EHRs) and other information technology systems. QRDA reports are used for the exchange of eCQM data between systems for a variety of quality measurement and reporting initiatives. QRDA makes use of CDA templates, which are business rules for representing clinical data consistently. Many QRDA templates are reused from the HL7 Consolidated CDA (C-CDA) standard. Templates defined in the QRDA Category I and III enable consistent representations of quality reporting data to streamline implementations and promote interoperability.

18 QRDA Documents A QRDA Category I report is an individual patient quality report. Each report contains quality data for one patient for one or more eCQMs, where the data elements in the report are defined by the particular measure(s) being reported. A QRDA Category I report contains raw applicable patient data (e.g., the specific dates of an encounter, the clinical condition) using standardized coded data (e.g., ICD-9-CM, SNOMED CT®). When pooled and analyzed, each report contributes the quality data. A QRDA Category III report is a standard structure to use in reporting aggregate quality measure data. Each report contains aggregate quality data for one provider for one or more eCQMs necessary to calculate population measure metrics.

19 CCD vs. QRDA Cat I CCD/CCD 1.1
Clinical summary document for patient history of procedures, encounters, allergies, medications, etc. Main body of data contains different sections for different clinical data components e.g. medical history, procedures, medications, etc. The data sections are larger and have more general templates for procedures, encounters, etc. QRDA Cat 1 QRDA reports are generated based on a CQM request. The data contained in the QRDA file is specific to certain CQMs. Main body of data is divided into three segments: - reporting measure(s) - reporting parameters (rep period) - patient data Templates are more specific and thorough, with smaller general sub groups. Newer standard – less tested

20 CCD and QRDA Comparison

21 Data Flow for Population Health Management
Providers Collaborate on Patient Health Population Health Reporting Tool Electronic Medical Records Database for Practice Clinicians Enter Patient Data into Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Secure Transfer of Patient Data

22 popHealth Today for FQHCs in CT
popHealth Reporting Tool CCD Data Aggregate Data popHealth Database FQHC 1 Data FQHC 2 Data FQHC 3 Data FQHC 4 Data FQHC 1 EHR FQHC 2 FQHC 3 FQHC 4 Role-based web access MU Stage 1 and 2 Reports Overall measures with ability to drill down HIPAA compliant Aggregated population health reports

23 popHealth Next Generation in CT
popHealth Reporting Tool CCD via Batch Aggregate Data popHealth Database Provider Data Hospital Data FQHC Data Other Data EHR 1 CCD via Direct EHR 2 QRDA Cat 1 EHR 3 QRDA via Direct EHR 4 Provider CQMs DPH Reporting DSS/Medicaid Cat 3 Docs Comparison to cohort Grant CQMs PCMH ACO

24 Main Dashboard

25 Individual Provider Statistics

26 Individual Provider Dashboard

27 Measure Criteria

28 List of Applicable Patients for a Measure

29 Patient Summary

30 Jackie Mulhall, Director eHealthConnecticut
Contact Information Jackie Mulhall, Director eHealthConnecticut c/o SMC Partners LLC Hartford Square North 10 Columbus Boulevard, 9th Floor Hartford, CT 06106 Phone: s:

31 Question & Answers/ Discussion

32 Thursday, November 6, 2014 2:00 PM ET
Upcoming CQM CoP Thursday, November 6, :00 PM ET

33 CMS, HITECH Coordinator
David Koppel CMS, HITECH Coordinator Phone: Izanne Leonard-Haak MeT Team Here are the addresses for the team that supports the MuCoP Izanne will close out thanking : Participants Ren??? For ?? Todays MU CoP

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