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© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County 1 Automation of Personal Health Records Board Working Session November 20, 2008
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County2 Agenda Background Workgroup Current Collaborations and Information Sharing Online Electronic Personal Health Record Encompass Pilot Next Steps
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County3 Background BOC Membership Expressed Interest Electronic Health Record for Citizens Can Information Sharing Enhance Collaboration? Data Warehouse for All Customers
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County4 Workgroup Membership Verna McDaniel, Chair Donna Sabourin, CSTS Ellen Clement, Public Health Kathy Reynolds, WCHO Trenda Rusher, ETCS Ellen Rabinowitz, Washtenaw Health Plan Mark Lindke, Veteran’s Services Dale Vanderford, Support Services Andy Brush, Support Services Chris Akerley, Afia Health Jeremy Nelson, Afia Health Formed in February 2008
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County5 Workgroup Goals Online Personal Health Record Collaboration between County Service Providers
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County6 Health/Human Services Information Sharing Goal: Washtenaw County service providers have access to information about consumers/clients in order to provide more comprehensive and coordinated services
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County7 Benefits of Information Sharing Efficiency Better Service More Complete Services for Clients/Customers/Consumers Better Coordinated Services Streamlined Information Less Duplication of Effort Shared Eligibility Screening
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County8 Current Collaborations Warm Handoffs/Referrals Talk on the phone/ /mail information Shared Intake/Shared Eligibility Case Management
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County9 Current Information Sharing
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County10 Current Information Sharing
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County11 Challenges & Risks to Information Sharing Privacy Trust Cost/Benefit Rapidly Changing Technology Landscape Mandate to Participate in Multiple Systems Systems we don’t own No standards: interface or data structures
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County12 SystemDepartmentOwnership CSTS/WCHO EncompassCSTS/WCHOPCE Systems Public Health EncompassPublic HealthPCE Systems VetrexVeterans ServicesNVO Info Systems MDSS, MCIR, MDILOG, MIWIC, MIHP, more… Public HealthState of Michigan One Stop MIS Production System ETCSState of Michigan WHP HPMSWashtenaw Health PlanIngham County McLaren Claims systemWashtenaw Health PlanMcLaren Health System Existing Systems
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County13 Data Analysis Client/Consumer Overlap Between County Service Providers See Handout at Working Session
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County14 Client Overlap Preliminary Finding Overall Low Percentage Overlap People Deserve Coordinated Services Data does not point to value in extensive systems integration efforts We don’t know how many people are eligible for more than one service that aren’t getting it. (common intake/eligibility criteria?)
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County 15 Personal Health Records Washtenaw Community Health Organization (WCHO)
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County16 Personal Health Record Goal Make an Opt-In Personal Health Record available for all Washtenaw County Citizens.
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County17 Outline Background on PHRs Current state of PHRs The possible future state of PHRs Washtenaw Community Record Design and implementation Screen shots
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County18 PHR BACKGROUND
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County19 What is a PHR? A Personal Health Record is, by most definitions, a computer-based tool to store information about an individual’s health and wellness. Common areas included in a PHR Allergies Medications Personal medical history Past and future doctor’s visits Vaccinations Surgeries and other procedures Past diagnoses Where does the data come from? Doctors Self-Reported Health plans or government insurance plans
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County20 PHRs put consumers in control of their health Insight into medical record Helps uncover errors Helps develop ownership over health Improves care when changing providers Improves convenience Referrals Appointments Health education personalized to the individual
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County21 PHRs come in three main varieties Provider Populated Tool Based Consumer Populated
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County22 PHRs today are mostly proprietary PHRs are Storage repositories for individual’s medical information Self Reported and professional data Not well defined across our industry Different architecture, format, features, functions, business models Proprietary Many different systems that are institution specific Information doesn’t transfer if consumer changes system of care
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County23 Build or Buy?
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County24 There are many PHRs on the market Google Health Microsoft Health Vault Relay Health And many others…
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County25 Google Health
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County26 Microsoft Health Vault
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County27 The future will bring more connectivity For the consumer Allows secure communication between consumer and provider Encompasses medical records from multiple providers Direct connectivity to Biomonitors (blood pressure, glucose, etc.) to continually allow monitoring of health conditions Responsive to different levels of health literacy, self-efficacy, and technological fluency High level of individually customizable security to protect personal health information For the provider Increase frequency of data collection from consumers Understand notes/results from other providers Reduce costs of chronic disease management
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County28 Washtenaw County will Lead and Follow Lead In the creation of regional health exchanges Developing tools to allow client access to information Follow Emerging standards so our systems remain compatible with standards- based systems
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County29 WCHO PHR INITIATIVE
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County30 Washtenaw Community Record PHR created by WCHO to provide health information to individuals throughout the county Sections of information Personal Information Assistance Programs Health Record Appointments My Account
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County31 PHRs come in three main varieties Provider Populated Tool Based Consumer Populated This is where we want to focus our long-term efforts
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County32 Existing systems…visually
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County33 User-Centric Design Process Conducted interviews with nearly 50 consumers and 20 staff to determine what they would want in their own PHR Key Findings Consumers do not manage their health any differently than non- consumers Consumers must be able to personalize PHR information to see only those items of direct concern for them Consumers must be able to control who has access to information they submit Consumer Requests User-friendly design Customizable preference and security settings No cost to the consumer Access history page Ability to create wallet card
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County34 Sign In Page
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County35 Account Creation
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County36 Home Page
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County37 Assistance Programs
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County38 Health Record
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County39 Health Record
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County40 Appointments
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County41 Health Accounts
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County42 Access History
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County43 Health Assessments
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County44 Wallet Card
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County45 NEXT STEPS FOR WASHTENAW PHR
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County46 Enhance functionality and improve connectivity Upcoming functionality Person Centered Planning Personal Health Review Basic Social Networking Basic Educational Resources Eligibility for county services Washtenaw Public Health Washtenaw Health Plan ETCS Veteran Services
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County47 Connect with other providers through Health Information Exchanges (HIE) HealthCurrent (South Central HIE) Counties of Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston and Washtenaw Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, University of Michigan, Trinity Health, Huron Valley, A3HIE SEMHIE (Southeast Michigan Health Information Exchange) Counties of Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, and Wayne Detroit Medical Center; Henry Ford Health System, McLaren Health Care, Oakwood Healthcare System, St. John, Trinity Health, and William Beaumont Hospitals. Healthcare resources in the region provide on the order of 9 million visits, 600,000 annual discharges, and 7 million lab tests annually.
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County48 We will roll out the PHR in incremental steps PHR Implementation 10/1/081/1/094/1/097/1/0910/1/09 Small Pilot Update System based on pilot Rollout to all CSTS Consumers One consumer at CSTS Will add one more consumer in the next few weeks After a short time (a few weeks) will begin enrolling more consumers to a total between 10 and 20 people Updates based on consumer feedback Person Centered Planning Personal Health Review Disease Management Continued review/evaluation of other PHR platforms and Health Information Exchanges One team at a time Offer to other counties in the region – Livingston, Lenawee, and Monroe Eventually roll out to all Washtenaw citizens? Implementation is complete … …
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County49 NEXT STEPS FOR THE WORKGROUP
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County50 Next Steps Continue PHR Development Continue Participation in Health Current (South-Central Michigan Health Information Exchange) Continue formal and informal case management and information sharing Continue Sharing Eligibility Standards with Staff and Intake
© Copyright 2008 Washtenaw County 51 Questions…
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