PowerPoint Slides - HIMSS Interoperability Showcases

Report
2014
HIMSS
Interoperability
Showcase Volunteer
Webinar
Elizabeth Peters, Associate Manager
Interoperability Initiatives
Cheryl Allen , RN
Ricardo Crosby
Alvin Medina, BSN, RN Senior Applications Analyst
Jacob Oroks, BSTM, HIM, Health Information
Associate, Department of Health Services – County
of Los Angeles
Agenda
• IHE USA – Alvin Medina
• Interoperability Showcase – Elizabeth Peters
• Use Cases – Elizabeth Peters
• Floor Plan – Elizabeth Peters
• Overview of the Docents –Cheryl Allen
• Detailed Logistics – Elizabeth Peters
• Scheduling – Jacob Oroks
• Floor Plan – Ricardo Crosby
• Use Cases – Elizabeth Peters
• Medical Banking Community – Elizabeth Peters
• Q&A – Ricardo Crosby and Jacob Oroks
Volunteer Committee
Ricardo Crosby
Cheryl Allen
Alvin Medina
Jacob Oroks
Elizabeth Peters
Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
USA (IHE USA)
• IHE USA (www.iheusa.org) is a not for profit organization
founded in 2010 that operates as a national deployment
committee of IHE International™
• IHE USA is the sponsor of the IHE North American
Connectathon
– Cross-Vendor, live, supervised, structured testing of real-world
clinical scenarios using IHE Integration Profiles
• IHE USA conducts activities in three main areas:
– Testing and Test Tool Development
– Education, Training, and Outreach Opportunities
– Deployment of IHE Profiles in the US
– Supporting the development, adoption and use of standards based
interoperable health IT solutions
WHERE IS THE INTEROPERABILITY SHOWCASE?
Typical Showcase visitors include…
•
Authorities & policy makers from local, regional, national &
•
international markets
•
Clinicians
•
Health IT users and buyers
•
Hospital & ambulatory clinic leadership
•
Informatics professionals
•
Academics –clinical education
•
Health IT & medical media
ONC Area
• VA, SSA, DoD, FHA, and many federal
partners
• CONNECT, Direct Project, VLER
• 32 stations, 8 use cases
What’s NEW and DIFFERENT?
• Physical Set
• Use Case Format
• New Initiatives
Our NEW set in HALL F!
Use Case Vignettes
• Clinical settings
• Props and medical furniture
Use Case Format
Old Way
New Way
New Patient with every tour
Static patient
8-12 vendors per use case
3-5 vendors per vignette
One patient per use case
One patient story spanning three
clinical use cases / vignettes
Use cases scattered throughout
the floor
Health journeys organized in
vignettes
Static kiosks
Vignettes that represent clinical
settings
Use Cases
Health Journeys
Health Journeys
vs
Use Cases
Patient #1
Patient #2
• Information Desk
IHE
Learning
Center
Health Journeys
• Patient 1 – 32 YO Pregnant Female
– Vignette #1 – Establishing Patient Preferences
– Vignette #2 – Baby Delivery
– Vignette #3 – Managing Patients Prior Obesity Condition
• Patient 2 – 35 week neonate
– Vignette #1 - Birth with vital records update
– Vignette #2 – Newborn care in hospital and discharge to pediatric unit
– Vignette #3 – Hearing Screening and PH Supported Peds Care
• Patient 3 – 6 Year Old
– Vignette #1 - ED Event Communicated to Payer
– Vignette #2 – Acute to Ambulatory Transitions of Care
– Vignette #3 – Post Accident Follow-up Care by Peds
Health Journeys Cont.
• Patient 4 – 62 YO Male
– Vignette #1 – Initial Trauma Care to ICU
– Vignette #2 – Hospital Discharge and Ambulatory Referral to
Cardiologist
– Vignette #3 – Cancer Registry Update
– Vignette #4 – Patient Transferred to Hospital / Long Term Care
• IHE Infrastructure Vignette
– Learn How Health Information Exchanges are set up using IHE profiles
• Health Story Project
• UNVEILING of a NEW INTEROPERABILITY CONSORTIUM
• ONC Use Cases – To be defined
Initiatives Demonstrated
• IHE Profiles from 13 domains
• Health Story Project
• eHealth exchange Program
• Interoperability Work Group (IWG) DIRECT project
• ONC S&I Framework Structured Data Capture
• Center for Disease Control
• FDA device communication
• Healthcare Provider Directory (HPD)
• RFID and RTLS communicating to EMR systems
• HIMSS Innovation Center Simulation Area
Overview of Docents
• Thank You for your Time
• Integral part of the Interoperability Showcase
• Facilitate groups through Use Cases
• General knowledge of the IHE and Use Cases
• Professional Appearance
Expectations
• Arrive. Arrive Early.
• Plan to commit 100% to the shift.
– Arrange phone meetings and business meetings for time
outside your shift
– Silence phones
– Stay engaged with your group
• We all know emergencies occur, please communicate those to us as
EARLY as possible
Specific Roles
• Docents
• Back-up Docents
• VIP Tour Docents
• Help Desk Staff
• Welcome Desk Staff
Detailed Logistics
• Tours start at the Welcome Theatre
– Guests receive about a 10 minute presentation
– Docents will line up to form groups
– Guests will be divided among the groups
• Docents will lead tour to first stop on Use Case/Vignette
• Docents will remain with group until tour officially ends
• Docents do not need to remain with group after the last stop
• Docents will return to Welcome Theatre for next group
Detailed Logistics
• Tours run every 15-30 minutes and will last approximately 30 minutes
• Tour Time Frame
• Two docents are scheduled at each vignette during each shift
• One docent will retrieve attendees, the second docent will begin
the tour
• This builds in some break time between tours
Schedule
• www.interoperabilityshowcase.org/himss14 under sponsor
• Requested changes should be submitted to Elizabeth Peters at
[email protected]
• Jacob Oroks and Ricardo Crosby will check in docents on site
• Review of Schedule
Volunteer Committee Contact
Information
• Elizabeth Peters
– Phone: 312-415-3826 or 312-915-9527
– E-Mail: [email protected]
• Cheryl Allen
– Phone: 352-478-1476
• Ricardo Crosby
• Alvin Medina
– Phone: 309-531-7760
– E-Mail: [email protected]
• Jacob Oroks
– Phone: 213-240-8209
– E-Mail: [email protected]
Questions

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