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1 The Network: Arizona’s Statewide HIE New Services, Functionality & Benefits Melissa Kotrys, MPH Chief Executive Officer Arizona Health-e Connection 1

2 Table of Contents Statewide HIT/HIE: A Brief Background Available Network Services Value & Benefits Current Participation, Implementation, Statistics Current Go-Live Status Next Steps 2

3 One door for all HIT/HIE needs… Arizona Health-e Connection The Network (Statewide HIE) The REC (EHR Adoption Support) Other AzHeC Programs

4 What is The Network? The Network is the statewide HIE in Arizona  The Network provides a secure system that allows: patient health records to be accessed electronically by health care providers at health care facilities and health plans throughout AZ ensuring protection of personal health information and privacy  Standard data set currently exchanged and available: ADT transactions (problem lists, allergies, procedures, insurance, etc.) Medications Lab results Transcribed reports Radiology reports

5 Available Services Patient health information can be accessed through the following methods:  Bidirectional Exchange 2-way pipeline Sending information on patients inbound (from participant to HIE) Retrieving information on patients outbound (from HIE to participant) from exchange Push/pull or query/response functionality  Provider Portal/Payor Portal View only access to patient information from available sources Download capabilities for user selected data Single sign-on integration with EHRs

6 Available Services (cont.) NEW ways to access and communicate patient information include:  Direct Secure Email Secure email for clinical information delivery DirectTrust certified and HIPAA compliant Supports Meaningful Use Stage 2  Alerts & Notifications Delivering alerts based on admissions/discharges/transfers (ADTs) as well as test results and reports  Public Health Reporting Connection to ADHS that will include immunization registry, electronic lab reporting, syndromic surveillance and disease registries Supports Meaningful Use Stage 2  eHealth Exchange Connecting to eHealth Exchange (national network) to support exchange with IHS, VA, SSA, other HIEs, etc. Supports Meaningful Use Stage 2

7 Statewide HIE Benefits & Value One connection saves time & resources Clinical information for new patients/beneficiaries Timely information to coordinate care Medical histories for winter visitors and others Secure communication Innovative future functionality 7

8 Statewide HIE Benefits & Value Innovative future functionality Current “Permitted Use” definition – updates to definition underway – Permitted Use includes treatment, care coordination, case or care management, transition of care planning, or other purposes approved by The Network’s Board – New options for Permitted Use could include the following: Support for HEDIS reporting Prior authorization – medical history and determination Utilization review Provider performance evaluation and other performance reporting Outcomes evaluations Ambulatory medical record review (AMRR) Continuity of care and eligibility Coordination of benefits Fraud, waste and abuse Population health Other options for adding future functionality under consideration – Includes personal health record, quality reporting and analytics, referral management, and more... 8

9 46 Network Participants (**11 new participants in 2015)  Adelante Healthcare **  AHCCCS  Arizona Poison & Drug Information Ctr  Banner Health  Benson Hospital  Behavioral Health Info. Network of Az  Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona  Bridgeway Health Solutions**  Care1st Arizona  Cardiovascular Consultants  Carondelet Health Network  Children’s Clinics (Tucson)  Copper Queen Community Hospital  District Medical Group**  El Rio Health Center  Genesis Ob/Gyn  HealthChoice Arizona  HealthNet  Kingman Regional Medical Center**  LabCorp  Little Colorado Medical Center  Marana Health Center  Maricopa County  Maricopa Health Plan  Maricopa Integrated Health System  Mariposa Community Health Center  MD24 House Call**  Mercy Care Health Plan**  Mountain Park Health Center**  Mt. Graham Regional Medical Center**  Northern Arizona Healthcare  Pima County Administration (corrections)  San Luis Walk‐In Clinic/Regional Center for Border Health**  Sonora Quest Laboratories  Springdale Village  Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center**  Sunshine Child & Adolescent Care  Sunset Community Health Center**  Symphony of Mesa  Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp.  Tucson Medical Center  UnitedHealthcare  University of Arizona Health Plans  Villa Maria Care Center  Wickenburg Community Hospital  Yuma Regional Medical Center 9

10 Q1 2015 ParticipantsQ2 2015 Expected Participants Q4 2015 Expected Participants Q3 2016 Expected Participants All current participants: Banner Health Benson Hospital Carondelet Health Network Copper Queen Community Hospital Kingman Regional Little Colorado Medical Center Maricopa Integrated Health System Mount Graham Summit Healthcare Tucson Medical Center Wickenburg Community Hospital Yuma Regional Medical Center All Q1 2015 participants plus: Abrazo Dignity Health Scottsdale Lincoln Heath Network University of AZ Health Network La Paz Regional Phoenix Children’s All Q2 2015 participants plus: Community Health Systems IASIS Yavapai Regional Cobre Valley Northern Cochise Sierra Vista All Q4 2015 participants plus: N. Arizona Healthcare Az Orthopedic Az Spine & Joint Florence Hosp - Anthem Gila River Gilbert Hospital Havasu Mayo Clinic Oasis Hospital Sage Memorial Southeast Arizona Surgical Spec. Hosp. Valley View Cancer Treatment Centers of America White Mountain Tuba City Reg. Health Care Corp. Hospital Recruitment Targets 10

11 Q1 2015 Participants Q3 2015 Expected Participants Q3 2016 Expected Participants AHCCCS Bridgeway Health Solutions Care1st Health Plan Health Choice Arizona HealthNet Maricopa Health Plan Mercy Care Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care Phoenix Health Plan UnitedHealthcare University of AZ Health Plan All Q1 2015 participants plus: BCBS-AZ Cenpatico Integrated Care Cigna Health Choice Integrated Care Humana All Q3 2015 participants plus: Aetna DES/CMDP & DES/DDD Health Plan Recruitment Targets 11

12 Participant Data Supplier Data Supplied VHR User Health Plans Hospitals Banner Health All Benson Hospital All Carondelet Health Network All Copper Queen Community Hospital All Little Colorado Medical Center All Maricopa Integrated Health Systems All except TRN Wickenburg Hospital All Yuma Regional Medical Center All except TRN Providers & Labs El Rio Health Center All Mariposa Health Center All Sonora Quest Laboratories All Multi-Specialty Interdisciplinary Clinics (CRS) - Phoenix ADT & SIU Multi-Specialty Interdisciplinary Clinics (CRS) - Tucson ADT & SIU Maricopa Corrections Mariposa Health Center Pima County Detention Center Villa Maria Care Center Plans BCBS-AZ (custom solution) United Healthcare The Network’s Implementation Status Clinical data on over 3.8 million patients in the system. Over 62 million transactions processed in 2014. 12 TRN = transcribed reports ADT = admit/discharge/transfer SIU = scheduling info update

13 Miscellaneous Activities eHealth Exchange, Healtheway & DURSA – Connectivity to VA, IHS, SSA, etc. Public health reporting to ADHS – Electronic lab and immunizations – Syndromic surveillance and cancer registry Physical and behavioral health integrated HIE – BHINAZ, The Network and Mercy Maricopa (other RBHAs) Expanding Permitted Use for health plans – HEDIS reporting, quality improvement, etc. New services to be considered – Analytics, community personal health record 13

14 Migration & Go-Live Timeline Mirth contracts Migration initiated Dec 2014 New funding model starts Jan 2015 Migration complete New services available April 2015 eHealth Exchange Public health reporting July 2015 14 Key Priority – Delivering Value  More complete patient information is paramount to deliver value Meet and exceed recruitment targets for hospitals, plans and providers Complete new interfaces to increase amount of patient information  Prioritization of new connections Prior Participants AHCCCS health plans New large patient volume hospitals or health systems Ability of Participants to meet implementation timeline targets Funding Agreement execution date

15 Next Steps for YOU! 1.Contact The Network to ensure you are connected soon! – Contact Theresa McKinley – or 2.Encourage provider networks to participate – more value received as more patient information available; statewide participation is key – Provide contacts to AzHeC and The Network 3.Get engaged – provide input for future services and opportunities – Send us your ideas or set-up a time to meet 4.Stay informed – get regular updates about new opportunities – Make sure you receive AzHeC Updates – subscribe at 15

16 602-688-7200 Melissa Kotrys 16 Questions?

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