Presentation on theme: "7 states / 23 Hospitals 4,330+ Beds 35,000+ employees"— Presentation transcript:
0How Content360 Solutions Helped Achieve HIMSS Stage 7 Jason BickfordHIMS Applications Director
1“We exist to make a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care” 7 states / 23 Hospitals 4,330+ Beds35,000+ employees9,000 employed physicians55 bed simulation medical center
2HIMSS Analytics Developed EMR Adoption Model in 2005. Stage 7 represents an advanced patient record environment.121 stage 7 US Hospitals.Final evaluation of Stage 7 status is conducted via an on-site visit
3HIMSS Analytics – Stage 7 NO PAPER CHARTS: The hospital no longer uses paper charts to deliver and manage patient care and has a mixture of discrete data, document images, and medical images within its EMR environment.ANALYTICS: Data warehousing is being used to analyze patterns of clinical data to improve quality of care and patient safety and care delivery efficiency.DATA SHARING: Clinical information can be readily shared via standardized electronic transactions (i.e. CCD) with all entities that are authorized to treat the patient, or a health information exchange (i.e., other non-associated hospitals, ambulatory clinics, sub-acute environments, employers, payers and patients in a data sharing environment).DATA COTINUITY: The hospital demonstrates summary data continuity for all hospital services (e.g. inpatient, outpatient, ED, and with any owned or managed ambulatory clinics).
4Why HIMSS believes Stage 7 Organizations are Successful An enterprise that uses data to drive improved outcomes related to:Process, Financial, Clinical, Quality & SafetyA paperless, or near paperless, organization All clinically relevant data is in the EMRAn enterprise fully committed to continuous process improvement through collaborationStrong IT leadership and executive championsClinician/end-user championsAn organization that has embraced their technology supplier as a partner
5Requirements for Stage 7 on paper documents The GoalRequirements for Stage 7 on paper documentsClinically Relevant Documentation: 24 hours of creation of the document to be scanned into the EMR, for any medications, we expect those to be entered into the MAR before a patient is moved to the next unit of care.Non-clinically relevant documentation: 72 hours after discharge is acceptable.
6The ProcessHIMSS Analytics surveyors conducted an on-site review of Banner’s EMR technologies at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center located in Phoenix.Suggested HIMSS Analytics Stage 7 Review Agenda:Determine if coding staff requires paper for any paper/scanned documents that they must review.Evaluate all documents being scanned to ensure they are being scanned in a timely fashion (critical information should be scanned ASAP, less critical information within 72 hours) and that no required electronic documentation is still on paper.Evaluate dictation/transcription procedures for turn-around times relative to patient care impactsDetermine if floor space has been recovered from the removal of paper charts
8The Solution: Content360 Document Imaging Batch Capture: Complete capture within 24 hoursFrequent small batch scanning using Kofax2005 Beginnings at Banner EstrellaDistributed point of service scanning for near real-time capture: Phased model approach: PFS, LABS, & Clinical/CPOEHourly scanning and twice daily HIMS roundingSingle Document Capture: Real-time CaptureDirect scanning into Cerner applicationsReal-time capture within the workflow: Horizon Labs, Drivers License, Insurance Cards, and ROI Authorization.
9Content360 Reports Management at Banner COLD feedsPhillips EKG PDFAGFA Echocardiogram PDFProVation Endoscopy PDF
10Content360 Forms Management at Banner Previous Forms StorageConent360 eForms
11Content360 Forms Management at Banner Forms BuildForms Storage
12Content360 Patient eSignature at Banner PFS eSignature
13Content360 Viewer at Banner CPDI TransitioneForms printingeSignatureDirect scan
14Content360 solutions provide sophisticated document capture, storage Content360 BenefitsContent360 solutions provide sophisticated document capture, storageand retrieval — connecting users with relevant documentation within their dailyworkflows.Patient care and organizational performance are optimized by easy access to complete and usable electronic records.Patients can sign electronic documents with a handwritten signature on a signature pad or tablet.HIM staff can scan large volumes of paper in batches, flag and automatically route images for physician signature, and send coders home with remote access to images.Physicians can electronically sign document images in the same application they sign transcribed documents and electronic orders.
15HIMSS Stage 7 – Lessons Learned Cultural ChangeStrong leadership and communicationTraining and ongoing support of both staff and leadership are essentialPerception and Diminish Individual AutonomyEvidence based best practicesWork Flow RedesignRapid-cycle work redesignDecision making includes participation of all stakeholders and functional area experts
16Continued Partnership Banner/Kofax/Cerner Content360 visioning session – March 2013Cerner/Banner Health Strategic Roadmap Session – August 2013How Banner defines innovation:"Innovation at Banner is defined as the rapid identification and deployment of strategies leveraging Banner’s operating model and the science of care delivery to ensure an extraordinary patient experience, which is safe, efficient and effective."