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Better Outcomes. Delivered. Organization Overview January 2013 Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc
www.ihie.org History The nation’s largest health information exchange: 94 Indiana hospitals and 25,000 physician participants Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc
www.ihie.org IHIE Statistics Nation’s largest HIE Founded in February 2004 Based on the technology, knowledge, and experience of the Regenstrief Institute 60 employees Providing services to 94 hospitals (37 health systems), 25,000 clinicians, and 5 payors Serving an area with a population of about 6 million people Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc
www.ihie.org Patient Physician Hospitals Payers Physician Offices Labs / Imaging Centers Public Health Outpatient Rx Health Data Services Health Information Exchange Data Repository Network Applications Data Stewardship Hospitals Payers Physician Offices Public Health Labs / Imaging Centers Researchers Value-Added Services Results Delivery MU Support Public Health Integration Results Delivery MU Support Clinical Quality Services Community Health Record Access Results Delivery Community Health Record System Biosurveillance Reportable Conditions Results Delivery Quality Reporting Physician Bonus Administration De-identified, longitudinal clinical data Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc ™
www.ihie.org Review of Services Services of the Indiana Health Information Exchange: Indiana Network for Patient Care™ (INPC™) DOCS4DOCS® Clinical Messaging Service (D4D) ImageZone SM ACO & Analytic Services Public Health Emergency Surveillance System (PHESS) Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc
www.ihie.org Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc The Indiana Network for Patient Care® is: A patient-centric community health record for a growing number of Indiana citizens (the “jig-saw puzzle assembler”) Includes provider, payer, and public health data Growing to serve over half the population of Indiana Real time interfaces from providers – lab, radiology, CCDs, transcription, cardiology, ADT Utilized in emergency departments, inpatient and outpatient settings ™
www.ihie.org INPC Membership includes: 94 hospitals (23 different hospital systems ) 5 large medical groups and clinics 5 payers Several free-standing labs and imaging centers State and local public health agencies Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc INPC Data: 10.75 million unique patients 20 million registration events 3 billion coded results 38 million dictated reports 9 million radiology reports 12 million drug orders 120 million radiology images
www.ihie.org Sample Clinical Abstract
www.ihie.org The DOCS4DOCS® Service is: An electronic results delivery service More than 25,000 physicians in 17 states are set up to receive patient results via DOCS4DOCS at no cost to the physicians A single source for information such as lab results, radiology reports, transcriptions, pathology and hospital admissions reports, discharge and transfer reports from all participating Indiana hospitals, physician practices, labs and radiology centers. Results can be viewed through a web-based portal or delivered directly into an electronic medical record system. “While many major metropolitan areas have similar systems, (IHIE’s) was one of the first and is viewed by many as one of the best…” – Indianapolis Star, June 2007 Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc
www.ihie.org Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc ImageZone is: A cloud- based medical image sharing service that enables instant image access and enhances quality of care for: Trauma Transfers Referrals and consultations Referring physician communications Enhances communication with referring physicians and builds loyalty Sharing Images. Saving Lives.
www.ihie.org Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc IHIE’s ACO & Analytic Services Include: ADT Alerts for Hospital Admits or ED Visits (ACOs, Medicaid Payer) INPC Access for ACO Care Managers Attribution Services – who are PCPs and/or Specialists for a Patient Population Data and/or Calculations for Quality Measures CCDs for attributed Patient Populations Predictive Analytics for Various Use Cases Population Management Analytics Impact Analysis for Chronic Disease Management
www.ihie.org PHESS Mandate & Rule Statewide infrastructure to analyze data from Indiana emergency departments for the early detection of: Acts of bioterrorism Other public health emergencies 107 Indiana hospitals connected 5300 ED visits per day Monitor emergency department “primary complaint” “If I was having a huge...outbreak, I could know it early instead of waiting for two weeks or a month.” – Dr. Virginia Caine, Marion County Health Department director Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc Indiana State Department of Health Indiana State Department of Health Public Health Emergency Surveillance System (PHESS)
www.ihie.org Thank You 317.644.1750 www.ihie.org Copyright © 2013 Indiana Health Information Exchange, Inc
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