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AAP Child Health Informatics Center presentation to the PCPCC Center for eHealth Information, Adoption, & Exchange Jonathan D. Klein, MD, MPH Associate Executive DIrector December 2009
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is an organization of 60,000 primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists. Our mission is to attain optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
Child Health Informatics Center Authorized by AAP Board in October 2009 Advisory Committee, Investigators - in formation Steve Downs, MD, MD, FAAP Indianapolis, IN Bill Adams, MD, MPH, FAAP Boston Medical Center Chris Lehmann, MD,FAAP Johns Hopkins University Will serve as “home” for health information technology initiatives within the AAP
AAP CHIC Health Informatics Activities Council on Clinical Information Technology Policy, Advocacy, Education, Research Partnership for Policy Implementation Collaborative Activities Research Integration with AAP Quality Activities
AAP Council on Clinical Information Technology (COCIT) 600 members with special interest or training in applying IT to pediatric practice 11-member Executive Committee AAP Policy development Web and educational resources
COCIT Goal - Support pediatric HIT and HIE in actual practice, addressing AAP priorities Electronic health passport test cases for foster care Interaction between EHRs and immunization registries Adolescent confidentiality / privacy Education of pediatricians Pediatric Office of the Future Pediatric Documentation Challenge Council Program with Scientific Abstracts Technology Learning Center EHR Review Website and EHR Selection Toolkit
Policy and Advocacy PCPCC Center for eHealth Information, Exchange, & Adoption Meaningful Use; Clinical Decision Support Task Groups American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 Health Information Technology Extension Program HIT Policy and Standards Committees CHIP Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) Model electronic health record format for children CMS Demonstration grants Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality task order
Education National conference and workshop sessions EMR Review Web site (http://www.aapcocit.org/emr)http://www.aapcocit.org/emr EMR Toolkit (http://practice.aap.org, under Practice Toolbox)http://practice.aap.org
Research Periodic Survey: Pediatricians Use of EHRs Basic – 19% (ALL 7 items)Fully functional – 6% (Basic + 11additional functions = ALL 18 items) Patient demographicsHighlights out-of-range lab results Patient problem listsClinical notes include medical history, follow- up notes Orders for prescriptionsOrders for laboratory tests Ability to view lab resultsLab orders sent electronically Ability to view imaging resultsWarnings of drug interactions, contraindications Patient medication listsPrescriptions sent to pharmacies Clinical notesOrders for radiology tests Radiology orders sent electronically Electronic images returned Guideline reminders (preventive) Guideline reminders (chronic)
AAP Partnership for Policy Implementation (PPI) To integrate HIT functionality into Academy policy development and implementation 11 pediatrician/informaticians Practicing pediatricians with QI expertise Translate and implement policies Bright Futures Developmental Screening in the Medical Home Bronchiolitis; Influenza; Autism
Collaborative Efforts Alliance for Pediatric Quality (APQ) American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Child Health Corporation of America (CHCA) National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI) American Board of Pediatrics (ABP)
APQ Collaborative Efforts HL7 Child Health Work Group Child Health Profile as ANSI Standard Quality Reporting Document Architecture (currently is a draft standard for trial use) Working on Neonatal Care Report CCHIT Participation in Child Health and other work groups Child Health add-on certification requirements based on HL7 Child Health profile and AAP report on Special Requirements for Pediatric EHRs HL7/CCHIT gap analysis underway between existing and needed requirements.
For more information about the AAP Center for Child Health Informatics, please contact: Jennifer Mansour Manager, Health Information email@example.com Technology Initiatives 847.434.4229 firstname.lastname@example.org Beki Marshall Manager, HIT email@example.com Education and Implementation firstname.lastname@example.org 847.434.4089 Jonathan D. Klein, MD, MPH Associate Executive Director email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 847.434.4322