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Electronic Health Records Linked to Improved Care for Patients With Diabetes
Researchers examined the medical records of 169,711 diabetic patients over 1 year of age in the Kaiser Permanente diabetes clinical registry before and after the implementation of Kaiser Permanente HealthConnect®, the organization's comprehensive EHR system. They found that patients visited the emergency room 29 fewer times per 1,000 patients and were hospitalized 13 fewer times per 1,000 patients annually after the implementation: http://share.kaiserpermanente.org/article/electronic-health-records-linked-to-improved-care-for-patients-with-diabetes/
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Electronic Health Records Associated with Improvements for Diabetes Patients
Use of electronic health records was associated with improved drug-treatment intensification, monitoring and risk-factor control among patients with diabetes, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study.
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Use of EHR Associated with Improvements in Outcomes for Patients With Diabetes
Use of electronic health records was associated with improved drug-treatment intensification, monitoring, and risk-factor control among patients with diabetes, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study. For more, visit the Kaiser Permanente News Center at kp.org/newscenter
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An Epic Achievement - Electronic Health Records at the Institute for Family Health
Key providers and stakeholders at the Institute for Family Health discuss the benefits of their electronic health record system and how they have used it to improve care throughout their organization. This video is part of the Partnership for Diabetes Health Equity at the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine with funding from the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation.
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The Impact of Electronic Health Records on the Management and Care of Diabetes
To start off I would like to acknowledge the efforts of my team members in helping me put together this presentation. Due to time constraints, I could not mention it in the video, but this was a team effort that required the efforts.
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Diabetes care and Center for Metabolic Health at The Hospital of Central Connecticut
Drs. Manmeet Kaur & Aashish Samat of our Center for Metabolic Health talk about diabetes onset and treatment on WTIC FOX CT TV.
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Care Guidelines: Adding Health Maintenance and Diabetes
Instructional videos for medical students, residents, volunteers, family medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine providers. Purpose is to document in EHR, meaningful use is stressed in the videos, workflow for our practice
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Implementing EHRs  to Improve Healthcare Quality
Quality is a vital component to healthcare, and effective use of Health IT can vastly improve quality and outcomes. However the effective use of Health IT depends on many things, including process and workflow change. EHRs can improve quality by making the information accessible and by providing reminders to clinicians for such things as proper medication use or ordering preventive screening tests. This video features subject matter experts who discuss tools and techniques to use EHRs to improve healthcare quality. Key Words/Topics: team approach, process redesign, quality, clinical decision support, efficiency This material was developed by The University of Alabama at Birmingham, funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology under award number 1U24OC000023
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Electronic Clinical Decision Support in Diabetes Care: Dr. Richelle Koopman
Presented by Richelle Koopman, MD, MS, Associate Professor and Director of Research, Department of Family and Community Medicine at University of Missouri School of Medicine. The Diabetes and Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series is a cross-disciplinary lectureship, focused on type 2 diabetes prevention and control. The series is organized by the CDTR Health Informatics in Diabetes Research Core in partnership with the University of Missouri School of Medicine. The series aims to increase collaborations across disciplines, promote resource-sharing, evaluation of translational technologies, current research, and opportunities for advancement in the field. Learn more about the CDTR at our website: cdtr.wustl.edu
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PaTH to Health: Diabetes
The overarching goal of PaTH to Health: Diabetes is to understand the comparative effectiveness of obesity counseling as covered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in improving weight loss for adults either with or at high risk of type 2 diabetes. CMS and most insurers now include obesity screening and counseling benefits, with no cost sharing to patients. Since overweight patients are at highest risk for diabetes, improved weight management services could prevent diabetes and its negative health outcomes. Beneficiaries with obesity are eligible for up to 20 face-to-face visits for weight counseling in the primary care setting. We aim to compare weight and diabetes outcomes in three states using EHR and claims data before and after this policy was implemented by leveraging the novel infrastructure of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute-funded PaTH Clinical Data Research Network. The PaTH Network began as a partnership of four Mid-Atlantic academic health systems (Penn State Hershey Medical Center, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Temple Health System, and Johns Hopkins Health System) that have established governance to operate as an integrated research network. In 2015, the University of Utah and Geisinger Health System also joined PaTH, creating an electronic health record (EHR)-based data infrastructure across three states (Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Utah).
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Explaining how electronic patient records help patients with diabetes
Brian Wooten, Patient, describes how having electronic patient records gives him peace of mind that NHS hospital doctors know about his diabetes, angina, and allergy to codeine. Knowing that information about his medication is available to various departments within the NHS means that he will no longer need to carry a card with this information, because it will be up-to-date and held by everybody involved. Brian has also used the NHS's Choose and Book system. When he went to the doctor, he was given the option of choosing the hospital to be treated in, and the time and date of his appointment, which meant he could be treated quickly. http://www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk/ http://www.chooseandbook.nhs.uk/
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What kind of impact on patient outcomes could electronic health records have?
Joe Scherger, MD, Consulting Medical Director, Lumetra, as panelist at Healthcare Town Hall discusses this topic.
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EHNOTE - Redefined electronic health record system
Our vision has always been to simplify the Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems by simplifying the Doctor consultation. And so intelligent it can take value from your free text and convert them into digital records. With EHNOTE that vision is a reality.
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Intern Bootcamp - 06 - Perioperative Diabetes Management - DM2 part 2
Dr. Kugler continues the discussion on the management of perioperative Diabetes Medications. All screen captures of Epic Electronic Health Record are on the Epic Playground and used for education purposes only. There is no real patient information in the Epic Playground.
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1961 Electronic Health Records
Electronic medical records have been recognized for a long time as having potential to improve quality and clinical outcomes while lowering healthcare costs. Akron Children's Hospital collaborated with IBM back in 1961 to build the first computer-based patient information system. It was used to centralize patient records, share patient information, eliminate paperwork and alert nurses when patients needed their medication.
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Electronic Health Records
With its start this summer at Gulf Coast Medical Center, Lee Memorial Health System launched a new, system wide records network, one that will eventually track patients' medical moves across the health system. It's part of a paperless revolution called Epic. "Epic is an electronic health record and it's really the only product that's available that will store patients' records electronically and provide the functionally needed not only for hospitals but also for physician offices and for home health and other care delivery settings," says Mike Smith, chief information officer of Lee Memorial Health System. As locations are added, hospital super-users like Betsy Groendyk are helping to train their peers. Electronic records are putting technology to work for the patient. "Their record follows them everywhere. So we know if there's interactions that they had before, allergies, any questions that we that we have about medications we can look them up," says Betsy Groendyk, an ICU educator with Lee Memorial Health System. The system has the capacity to one day send electronic reminders to patients and even facilitating and tracking drug prescriptions. "Often times it's not clear what medications you may be on as a patient. The more information we have from that electronic interchange, the better we will know what medications you're on, avoid medication-medication interactions, more importantly avoid overdoses of medications, says Smith. People may worry that their health care history will no longer be written down, but in fact there are many redundant systems in place to make sure their records are safe and secure. "It's a very high reliability computer system which means within itself there is redundancy in the processing as well as the storage. In addition to that we run a second system that stays mirrored with the first system and it's at another facility," says Smith. So a variety of steps are taken to protect this valuable paperless trail, so that patients can move about with confidence. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Improving Ohio’s Health: Using EHR Functionality to Manage Patients with Hypertension & Diabetes
Improving Ohio's Health: Effectively Using EHR Functionality to Manage Patients with Hypertension & Diabetes
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Diabetes EMR Tools - www.stewartmedicine.com
An advanced integrated package of EMR tools for Telus PS Suite EMR used to improve efficiency and care for patients with Diabetes. www.stewartmedicine.com http://www.stewartmedicine.com/emr-consulting
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Med Access EMR - Diabetes Registry
Med Access EMR Diabetes Registry management courtesy of Dr. B. Hobson www.med-access.net
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Digital Tools and Diabetes Care Among Latinos
In part two of the Diabetes Prevention, Care, and Education in the Digital Age series, Athena Philis-Tsimikas, MD, discusses how Project Dulce, a diabetes care and education program, is using digital tools, including text messaging, to address the specific needs of culturally diverse populations. --- Transcript: DR. PHILIS-TSIMIKAS: There have definitely been lots of apps that have been promoted out there for health and one of my skepticisms is that – have these actually been looked at? Do they make a difference for our patients today when we recommend them? We have a high population of Latino patients in our community. And one of the things we found was that many of them use mobile phones. As a matter of fact, probably much more than they have access to computers in their home. Project Dulce was a program that we created 21 years ago where we tried to integrate, and we did integrate, nurse care management together with peer-led education into the Latino community to try and improve care, and also work side-by-side with primary care physicians to help them ease the burden of taking care of a chronic illness. And we thought texting would be the best approach. We translated our curriculum into 160 messages approximately. Each message could not have more than 140 to 160 characters as a text. There were educational, motivational, and reminder messages that came through. So things like, “Tick-tock, it's time to take your medication.” Very simple, short messages. And those were sent out 2 to 3 times a day over a six-month time period. There was a one percent decrease in hemoglobin A1C between the intervention group and the usual care group. They liked the simplicity. They liked the ease. It was very low cost and they liked the reminders. They felt like someone was thinking about them and their diabetes and helping them to manage it. Digital tools and technology can really take on a very broad range when you think about it. Texting is one method that we used. It can be everything from the EMR [Electronic Medical Record] – and being able to communicate via the EMR and the portal with a patient directly and securely – to digital retinal scans. You can send, wirelessly, glucose measurements to a cloud and then have that feedback – reports to a care manager or to a physician. And then being able to manage that patient remotely rather than with a direct visit in your environment and in your clinic. This can be good for people that have transportation issues, other difficulties, child care, or work that interferes with them coming in for medical care. Some of the difficulties that we’ve found with patients include things like, ¬is there a telephone compatible with what you need for that app? We're finding that every time a change is made in the app, if your phone isn’t compatible, you can't upload it, you can't use it. Is the app itself simple enough for someone to understand what they need to do? There's a lot of steps involved in communication with apps and every time you make that step a little bit more complex, it's a disincentive to that patient to be able to use it easily. And even the reports – if a physician needs to look at the reports, if it's difficult for us to bring those reports up and be able to view them, then that's a barrier also. So, anything that can make those steps easier would be valuable. For physicians, sometimes it's a little bit difficult to think of. Don't create that end product that you think is right. Start with something simple, and then allow it to progress with the needs of the population.
The Electronic Health Record Opportunity
Learn about ONC's Regional Extension Centers and how they can help health care providers make the change to EHRs. Health care providers might appreciate the benefits of Electronic health records (EHRs) but are unsure where to start. ONC's Regional Extension Centers (RECs) help providers make the transition to EHRs through a streamlined and practical process. As the widespread adoption of EHRs quickly approaches, the RECs act as your partner on the road to providing better health care and improved treatment outcomes. ONC's Dr. Farzad Mostashari and representatives from the RECs discuss strategies to bridge the technology gap and assist health care practitioners in providing optimum patient care. To learn more about Regional Extension Centers: http://www.healthit.gov/providers-professionals/regional-extension-centers-recs Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology: http://www.HealthIT.gov/ Official ONC Blog, Health IT Buzz: http://www.healthit.gov/buzz-blog/ Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ONC_healthit
Using Performance Data to Improve Diabetes Care
Primary care practices in Cincinnati, including Deerfield Family Medicine, are using performance measurement data to improve diabetes care and outcomes. The data are collected and reported by the Health Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati, an Aligning Forces for Quality alliance.
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Lifespan launches LifeChart electronic health record system
One patient. One chart. One system. Rhode Island’s largest health system goes live with Epic EHR, LifeChart. http://www.lifespan.org
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Electronic Health Record Platform [EHR] - 75Health
75health helps you to discover an user friendly electronic health record [EHR] platform for doctors, clinics, hospitals and for practitioners to manage their patients records. This platform helps them to keep track of their patients report and can access it from anywhere and anytime without any lagging.
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NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASE HEALTH PORTAL, Chronic Diseases, such as hypertension, stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory disease and diabetes are by far the leading cause of premature death and disability in the world, representing 60% of all deaths. If left unaddressed, they will lead to more deaths, disability and the implosion of already overburdened health systems in developing countries at huge cost to individuals, families, businesses and society. NCDs are a problem for rich and poor countries alike, but the poor suffer the most with 80% of all recorded deaths occurring in low to middle income countries. For more details: http://www.watifhealth.com/ http://www.youaccess.us.com
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The importance of electronic patient records in the NHS
Views of doctors, people who work delivering computer systems to the NHS, and patients on how important it is to have computer systems that allow hospitals and surgeries to share important patient information and improve patient care. http://www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk/
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Institute for Family Health - Diabetes Management Class
Providers and patients discuss the unique efforts and opportunities presented at the Institute for Family Health to address the challenges of managing diabetes. This video is part of the Partnership for Diabetes Health Equity at the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine with funding from the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation.
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Sage Intergy EHR for Primary Care Practices, Part 1
Part 1 - Your primary care practice sees it all. When it comes to selecting an electronic health records system (EHR), you need a technology solution as flexible as you are. Whether caring for patients with a chronic condition like diabetes, or handling walk-in sick visits, using the Sage Intergy suite of practice management and electronic health records (EHR) lets you easily access and update comprehensive patient records. You can provide preventive care with integrated Health Reminders and Orders and Tasks to ensure that your patients are receiving optimal quality care.This video is part 1 of 2. You can watch part 2 of this video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIHdDlG8h10
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Mayor Bloomberg Announces Improved Health Outcomes As a Result of Advancements in Technology
Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and Health Commissioner Farley Announce Expansion of Electronic Health Records Result in Major Health Care Improvements City's Primary Care Information Project Helped an Additional 96,000 Patients Control High Blood Pressure, 81,000 Improve Diabetes Management and 58,000 Quit Smoking Program Now a National Model Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy for Health and Human Services Linda I. Gibbs, Health Commissioner Thomas A. Farley today announced that the use of electronic health records has led to better health outcomes for tens of thousands New Yorkers in the critical areas of high blood pressure management, diabetes and tobacco control. New York City's introduction of electronic health records, which has become a national model, was a result of the Primary Care Information Project, a program that began in 2005 to help medical providers, particularly those with underserved patients, use technology to improve the quality and efficiency of health care. The prompts that electronic health records give doctors, such as signaling a daily dose of aspirin to prevent heart disease or follow up questions for someone who smokes, make a dramatic difference in how aggressively they treat the chronic health conditions of their patients. Through 3,200 primary care providers serving more than three million New Yorkers with electronic health records, over 96,000 additional patients reduced their high blood pressure, 81,000 patients improved their diabetes management and an additional 58,000 smokers were given assistance and successfully quit. The Mayor made the announcement at the "NYC Celebrates Improved Health Through Technology" event at the New York Institute of Technology where he was joined by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Thomas Frieden, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Dr. Farzad Mostashari and Director of Health Services Andrea Cohen. The Primary Care Information Project was started in New York City by Dr. Farzad Mostashari under then-Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Frieden as a $27 million city initiative to use technology to improve the quality and efficiency of health care throughout the five boroughs, especially in some of New York City's medically underserved neighborhoods: East and Central Harlem, the South Bronx, and Central Brooklyn. More than 3,200 medical providers treating 3 million New Yorkers received electronic health record software and training to learn how to use it in their practices. Patients served by doctors participating in the program were, for example, reminded to take daily aspirin doses to prevent heart disease or counseled to quit smoking. Electronic Health Records also permit doctors to view data on their entire population of patients, which helps them modify their routine office practices to help all of their patients and then evaluate how well those changes work. Between 2008 and 2011, the number of preventive care services participating doctors provided grew, on average, by about 290%, from 39 services per 100 patients to 113 services per 100 patients -- nearly a threefold increase. The use of this technology led to improvements in detecting certain preventable health problems, including high blood pressure, tobacco use, high cholesterol, and diabetes. With the help of electronic health records, an additional 81,000 patients improved their management of diabetes, 96,000 New Yorkers got help controlling their high blood pressure. And an additional 58,000 smokers got help kicking the habit. Early intervention in these illnesses is key to improving the health of New Yorkers and increasing life expectancy: Smoking is the leading cause of preventable premature death, and can lead to debilitating diseases such as cancer and heart disease; while steady decreasing, nearly 15 percent of New Yorkers reported being smokers in 2011. Obesity is also a leading cause of preventable death, and causes a number of illnesses including diabetes which, if left untreated, diabetes can lead to amputations, blindness and many other consequences. In 2011,11 percent of New Yorkers reported that they had diabetes. High blood pressure, a consequence of both smoking and obesity, damages your heart, brain, arteries and kidneys. Nearly 29 percent of New Yorkers reported being diagnosed with high blood pressure in 2011. The success of the City's Primary Care Information Project inspired a national initiative to introduce electronic health records to medical providers across the country as a way of improving the quality of care. The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has funded 62 Regional Extension Centers to help over 132,000 primary care providers adopt electronic health records. New York Institute of Technology, Midtown Manhattan Thursday, February 8th, 2013
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Using Machine Learning for Disease Prediction and Patient Risk-Stratification
Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are an emerging data source that enables researchers to employ a data-driven approach for the prediction of health outcomes and for patient risk- stratification. Machine learning methods can be used to identify underlying patterns in an individual’s EHRs, which can predict his/her future health condition. In this talk I will present two machine learning models we have developed, one for identifying patterns of associated medical conditions among patients suffering from kidney disease and the other for identifying CKD severity-stages from standard office visit records. For the former, we apply a machine learning method, namely, topic modeling, to EHRs, to identify distinct groups of co-occurring conditions. For the latter, that is, identifying CKD severity-stages from standard office visit records, we propose a hierarchical meta-classification method, employing simple quantitative non-text features gathered from office visit records, while addressing data imbalance. Our method effectively stratifies CKD severity-levels, obtaining high average sensitivity, precision and F-measure (~93%). Moumita Bhattacharya is a 5th year Computer Science PhD candidate working at the Computational Biomedicine and Machine Learning Lab (Advisor: Dr. Hagit Shatkay) at University of Delaware. My dissertation research is in computational medicine, and concerns prediction of disease applying machine learning models on clinical data. I focus specifically on CKD and Heart Disease. My goal is to assist healthcare providers in clinical decision making by predicting onset of disease or adverse events such as hospitalization. We have obtained a number of promising results, including predicting the risk of CKD severity-levels from standard office visit records, identifying several novel risk factors of sudden cardiac death in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy patients, and characterizing patterns of co-occurring medical conditions among patients suffering from kidney disease.
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The Future of Health Care: Electronic Health Records
Learn about the positive impact of technology in health care. Innovative health care can save lives and every physician and health care provider has a stake in its success. Through the use of electronic health records (EHRs), the coordination of health care for an individual patient between various practitioner offices is more efficient and accurate, resulting in better overall patient care. With an EHR, a patient's information is always current and coordinated, helping to eliminate medical errors and duplicative paperwork. Dr. Farzad Mostashari (ONC), Dr. Donald Berwick and other health care professionals discuss how EHR technology may help reduce the cost of health care and improve health outcomes -- leading to a healthier future for all Americans. Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology: http://www.HealthIT.gov/ Official ONC Blog, Health IT Buzz: http://www.healthit.gov/buzz-blog/ Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ONC_healthit
The Diabetes Equity Project (Dallas, Texas)
http://alliancefordiabetes.org/ "Working to Improve Diabetes Care" - Alliance to Reduce Disparities in Diabetes The Merck Company Foundation supports an initiative working with community-based organizations across the United States to help improve the quality of care for people with diabetes, particularly in underserved communities. The Diabetes Equity Project (DEP) will leverage the extensive community partnership among Baylor Health Care System (BHCS), the BHCS Office of Health Equity, the Health Texas Provider Network Office of Community Health Improvement, Project Access Dallas, Southern Sector Health Initiative and Dallas-area charitable clinics to reduce disparities in diabetes care for underserved people with diabetes in Dallas County, Texas. As a not-for-profit health care provider in north Texas, Baylor Health Care System has made a system-wide commitment to improving equity in health care access, health care delivery and health outcomes. This commitment is integrated with its overall quality improvement strategy to providing STEEEP care (care that is Safe, Timely, Effective, Equitable, Efficient and Patient-centered). The Diabetes Equity Project extends the BHCS commitment to health equity by working to improve both access to and quality of care delivered to low-income, minority, uninsured and underserved people with diabetes who reside in Dallas County, Texas. The DEP will utilize a multi-faceted approach that includes interventions at the physician, patient and system levels to improve diabetes health equity in Dallas County. Cross-cultural competency education programs will be delivered through continuing medical education (CME) events targeted at primary care physicians who volunteer to care for uninsured people with diabetes. The implementation of an electronic diabetes registry will foster improved multidisciplinary communication among health care providers in the DEP as well as assist in evaluating the health outcomes of patients enrolled in the program. About The Merck Company Foundation The Merck Company Foundation is a U.S.-based, private charitable foundation. Established in 1957 by healthcare leader Merck, the Foundation is funded entirely by the company and is Merck's chief source of funding support to qualified non-profit, charitable organizations. Since its inception, The Merck Company Foundation has contributed more than $600 million to support important initiatives that address societal needs and are consistent with Merck's overall mission to help the world be well. For more information, visit http://www.merckcompanyfoundation.org
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Lorraine & Ray's My Health Record story
Lorraine and Ray spend a lot of time on the road travelling around Australia. In the past they would print records of Lorraine's penicillin allergy and Ray's diabetes care in case they needed to access the information away from home. For them, the biggest benefit of My Health Record is that their health information is available, wherever they might be. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My Health Record is an online summary of your key health information. This can include details of your medical conditions and treatments, medicine details, allergies, and test or scan results, all in one place. In 2019, you will get a My Health Record unless you opt out by 31 January 2019. Learn more about My Health Record: http://bit.ly/MHRBenefits
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Pilot 1 - PALANTE Project
Pilot 1 - Diabetes Andalusia. PALANTE Project. The aim of this pilot is to demonstrate the benefits of the services that are focused on patients with diabetes. The Andalusian Public Health System responsible for the provision of healthcare and public health services uses an electronic healthcare management and information system called DIRAYA. The platform provides many features, and given the advanced status of the current infrastructure, the aim of this pilot is to open the information stored in the electronic health record to each patient, in a safe and secure way. Patients’ access to their personal health record will allow them to manage their diseases in a better way. This is of particular interest for people with diabetes, who will benefit from accessing to their health information, having the chance to include information themselves and communicating with their healthcare team using this common platform. The pilot offers the following services: - Patient’s access to their personal health record - Patient’s management of their personal health information - Chronic disease management support services - Tailored education and lifestyle guidance The potential number of patients that will benefit is 7.000 people. However it is estimated that there are around 700.000 people with diabetes in Andalusia, meaning that 1% of this population will be included.
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EI Connections - October 2011
In this month's newsletter our topics include: EHR Technology -- Best Practices to Enhance the Patient Experience Medical Practice Marketing -- Best Practices For Attracting New Patients Using Health IT Capabilities NEJM EHR Study Finds EHR Utilization Is Improving the Quality of Patient Care Electronic Health Records and Quality of Diabetes Care HHS Consumer Health IT Summit Power-Charged For Progress CMS Plans EHR Incentive Appeals Process ONC Aims To Ease Patient Consent Problem
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Electronic Patient Record (EPR)
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TELUS Electronic Medical Records (EHR) at The Ottawa Hospital
Dr. Glen Geiger describes the functionality of Electronic Health Records (EHR) and how the TELUS Health solution has benefited The Ottawa Hospital.
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SAASM Seminar 2018: Dr Santosh Verghese - Communication in Intensive Care using EHR
SAASM Seminar 2018: Nobody Told Me: Poor Communication Kills
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NHS Connecting for Health:Benefits of electronic care record
Six actors and a director communicating the benefits of electronic care records. Title: Supporting Care: the NHS before and after the National Programme for IT - improving patient care by enabling clinicians and other NHS staff to increase their efficiency and effectiveness. A short film showing how the National Programme for IT supports the delivery of care. Created for NHS and healthcare staff, it shows how new technology helps treat patients. It highlights how staff and patient experience of care will change when hospitals have access to patients' Summary Care Records. It also shows how patients can better manage their own health by, for example, checking their care plans through HealthSpace. Add your comments ..... Released by the NHS Connecting for Health - May 2008. The clip is Crown Copyright but reproduced here for the purpose of educational reporting. Watch the main clip - 'NHS Connecting for Health: NHS of the future' http://youtube.com/watch?v=YJxTznwRzs4
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Managing Chronic Diseases with EMRs
Today two out of three Ontarians have an electronic health record. Over 65 per cent of all primary care physicians use those records to provide better care to their patients. Today, more Ontario doctors use electronic health records than in all other provinces combined. Watch, Tweet, Like, Subscribe and Share our videos. Visit http://www.ehealthontario.on.ca to learn more about how eHealth Ontario is working for you today.
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Intellovate Electronic Healthcare Management
Digitising the South African public health care system for the benefit of all Quick check in and access to patient information Accepts multiple identification types o SA ID Book o SA ID Card o Patient file barcode o Intellovate Health patient card o Fingerprint ID Modules • EMR – Electronic Medical Records • HIS – Hospital Information System • PIS – Pharmacy Information System • LIS – Laboratory Information System Integration (NHLS) • RIS - Radiological Information System Integration (PACS) • ID - Infections Diseases Information System • DE – Diabetes and Endocrine Information System Key Features • Patient Profile Control • Electronic Scripting • Electronic Hand Writing • Mobile Devices • Cloud Based Platform • Health ID Smart Card • Intelligent Diagnosis Assist • Mobile Medical Station Why Intellovate Health NO CAPITAL INVESTMENT Healthcare as a service means o No infrastructure costs o No software costs o No maintenance costs Pay only for what you use.
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Create patient record for diabetes patient on PQRS Diabetes Measures Group
Create patient record for diabetes patient on Diabetes Measures Group (report 20 unique patients to avoid the 1.5% PQRS penalty)
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Cost of Electronic Health Records
This lecture shows you how to estimate the cost of an activity within a project. This is Part One of three sections. This video was organized by Farrokh Alemi and is part of http://openonlinecourses.com
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Centricity Practice Solution - EMR demonstration
Centricity® Electronic Medical Record (EMR) from GE Healthcare is a proven ambulatory system. Relied on by more than 30,000 clinicians nationwide, Centricity EMR puts information at the center of care -- and at your fingertips. Physicians and staff can spend less time tracking down lost charts, searching for radiology images, or calling the lab for results, and more time with patients. With GE's proven quality reporting solution, the GE Medical Quality Improvement Consortium (MQIC), Centricity EMR customers are able to feed quality metrics back into the care team's workflow, driving behaviors that increase quality indicators and enabling participation in pay-for-performance programs. With more than 20 years of successful implementations in settings ranging from solo practitioners to some of the nation's largest healthcare organizations, Centricity EMR is an established solution backed by GE's world-class service and support team. Supports Patient Care Excellence -- Centricity EMR brings nationally accepted, evidence-based guidelines at the point of care, for the right patient at the right time. Enables Pay-for-Performance -- With GE's EMR, your practice is able to benchmark clinical outcomes against peers on a local or national basis, supporting the requirements of a results-based reimbursement model and helping guide care priorities. Based on Industry Standards -- Centricity EMR version 9.0 from GE Healthcare is a CCHIT Certified® product for Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT®) Ambulatory EHR 2007, and is certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for the Diabetes Physician Recognition Program. Improves Community Collaboration -- Centricity EMR makes it possible to connect to systems inside and outside the clinic walls, activating full-spectrum collaboration. Supported by GE's Expertise -- Rigorous Six Sigma-driven implementation methodologies and on-site training services help maintain productivity and ease adoption. Peer Connections -- Centricity EMR customers enjoy access to a wealth of best practice knowledge shared by a Users' Group that is independently managed by a broad network of your peers contact us: sales@healthcois.com www.healthcois.com
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Share Your VA Electronic Health Record
This animated video provides information to Veterans about how to share their VA electronic health record connecting their VA and community care providers with the Veterans Health Information Exchange (VLER Health). This exchange of information can dramatically improve patient safety, especially during emergency situations, and overall improve coordination and continuity of care for Veterans who seek care in the community.
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Developing Clinical Pathways
This webinar will look at the intersection of work flows and clinical judgements. The goal is to have organizations look at where they can standardize care and decision making in a pathway that is embedded in the electronic health record. Examples are diabetes, depression, and suicide care pathways. Webinar by the National Council for Behavioral Health.
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Is the Michael Jackson Trial Relevant to Electronic Health Records?
http://ElectronicHealthRecordRescue.com/electronic-health-record-ehr/is-the-michael-jackson-trial-relevant-to-electronic-health-records/ The Michael Jackson trial will determine if Dr. Conrad Murray knew the information that electronic health records provide about drug interactions & drug dosage. 98,000 deaths occur in the United States each year from preventable medical errors! Michael Jackson, the superstar has been dead for 2 years. Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's personal physician, who is on trial for involuntary manslaughter. Health care providers should consider the benefit of an electronic health record system. Electronic health records help physicians and other health care providers be better doctors. With electronic health recors there is increased patient safety, improved quality of care based on best practices and evidence based medicine. Patient safety and consistent quality medical care are goals of health information technology. More specifically, it is the goal of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act / HITECH Act, which is mandating the transition to electronic health records. An electronic health record provides clinicial decision support, especially relative to drug order: Alerts about drug interactions Checks for drug allergies Notices about potential drug side effects Warns about potential dosage errors based on the age, weight or gender of the patient. Hence, the electronic health record system provides helpful information that could have prevented the death of Michael Jackson. The Michael Jackson trial will determine if Dr. Murray knowingly provided the lethal drug overdose. Call Sandra Noble at 404-374-3384
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Meaningful Use Vanguard Describes EHR Benefits
Jennifer Brull, M.D., a member of the Meaningful Use Vanguard Program, from Prairie Star Family Practice in Plainville, Kansas, describes the benefits of electronic health records (EHRs). Dr. Brull says EHRs allow her to provide more comprehensive and efficient care for patients. These benefits have led to improvements in the quality of care provided to patients as well as the quality of her work-life balance. For more information about the benefits of EHRs: http://www.healthit.gov/policy-researchers-implementers/meaningful-use For Meaningful Use Resources: http://www.healthit.gov/policy-researchers-implementers/meaningful-use-resources
What is Population Health Management?
Ron Parton, MD/MPH, shares what population health management means to him. He then introduces the need for technology solutions to support new care models. To learn more about Symphony Care's population health management solution, visit our website: http://www.symphonycare.com "Symphony Care is a complete population health and care management platform that will: • Target the patients that will benefit most from care coordination & health coaching • Review the patient's historic care to set up care plans consistent with evidence-based guidelines • Set up of interdisciplinary "role-based" care teams and help care management across the continuum • Provide a full set of analytic and reporting capabilities" Targeting the highest-risk patients: "Symphony Care integrates clinical, financial and administrative data into a data warehouse and all of this data is available for predictive modeling, risk stratification and creating population definitions that allow identification of "high risk" and "care gap" sub-populations that might benefit from health coaching, care coordination and/or care management. This could include patients who have diabetes and are being monitored for poor blood sugar control and/or patients with congestive heart failure being monitored for symptoms & daily weights and patients with both conditions and/or multiple other co-morbidities." Ensuring evidence-based care "When the data is refreshed on a nightly basis from an EHR and/or weekly from claims data, the data is reviewed against the algorithms for the population definitions and also the rules engine for the evidence-based guidelines and the care plans are automatically updated with the most up-to-date recommendations for each patient. This essentially allows for patients with "care gaps" to be flagged for follow-up actions by the care team. Care teams can also manually add tasks to the care plans as appropriate based upon their interactions with the patient and results of comprehensive assessments." Optimizing communication and workflow "Historically, organizations have set up multiple siloed care teams supported by separate registries with relatively little coordination, redundancy in testing or no crossover access to the multiple care plans. Symphony Care allows the congestive heart failure team to coordinate with the complex diabetes team and/or HIV/AIDs team so that all have access to one individualized care plan for each patient even though they are being tracked and cared for by multiple care teams. Symphony Care really serves as an enterprise-wide disease registry and facilitates multiple co-morbidity management. Roles/responsibilities are defined for each member of a care team and the appropriate tasks are triaged to the right person on the team." Analytics & reporting "A full set of internal financial, administrative and clinical quality reports that measure performance against internal and external benchmarks are available with Symphony Care as well as a full set of external reports for pay-for-performance programs and reporting to third parties including: HEDIS, PQRS, ACO measures and statewide quality collaboratives. Predictive modeling tools (ie. Johns Hopkins ACGs or Medicare HCCs) support proactive identification and stratification of the highest risk patients for potential referral to complex case management." Frame: Population Health IT is necessary for accountable care "Because electronic health record systems have failed develop the full population health and care management platform of functionality, parallel systems like Symphony's leading edge Symphony Care are necessary so that our interdisciplinary care teams don't continue to limp along with clip boards, piles of paper and "MS Access" databases!! To effectively manage these high risk populations, they truly need a fully dedicated population health and care management system like Symphony Care."
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