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  • Moderator: Kenneth L Stewart Angelo State University Panelists Annette Sobel Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Billy U. Philips, Jr. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Data Integration Needs for a West Texas Health Security Initiative
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - Specific definitions for syndromic surveillance are lacking, and the name itself is imprecise. Diverse names used to describe public health surveillance systems for early outbreak detection include: early warning systems (8,9); prodrome surveillance (10); outbreak detection systems (11); information system-based sentinel surveillance (12); biosurveillance systems (13--15); health indicator surveillance (16); and symptom-based surveillance (17). However, syndromic surveillance is the term that has persisted.
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - Syndromic surveillance has been used for early detection of outbreaks, to follow the size, spread, and tempo of outbreaks, to monitor disease trends, and to provide reassurance that an outbreak has not occurred. Syndromic surveillance systems seek to use existing health data in real time to provide immediate analysis and feedback to those charged with investigation and follow-up of potential outbreaks.
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - Texas Regional Extension Centers Texas Medical Association West Texas Regional Extension Center Texas Tech University HSC $7.1 Million 1,133 providers North Texas Regional Extension Center DFW Hospital Council $8.4 Million 1,498 providers CentrEast Regional Extension Center Texas A&M HSC $5.2 Million 1,000 providers Gulf Coast Regional Extension Center UT HSC Houston $15.2 Million 2,928 providers West Texas TTUHSC Service Area 108 Counties 12% Population Fuel, Fiber, Food
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  • Comprehensive Support throughout the Entire EHR Implementation Process Partnering with state and local HIEs EHR system selection Readiness assessment Practice workflow redesign HIT education & training Achieving meaningful use EHR implementation Prepare for future pay for performance PlanTransitionImplementOperate & Maintain 1234 WT-HITREC Strategy: Align with ONC to create standard WT-HITREC Strategy: Partner with Vendors & Implementation partners
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality -
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - Goal: Enable improvements in the quality and efficiency of the Texas health care sector by establishing an electronic HIE infrastructure for the state. Texas Approach to Statewide HIE Implementation of the Texas HIE Plan is being coordinated between the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and THSA
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - Texas HIE Connectivity Reference: healthit.gov
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - Meaningful Use Policy Goals Improving quality, safety, efficiency, and reducing health disparities Engaging patients and families in their health care Improving care coordination Improving population and public health Ensuring adequate privacy and security protections for personal health information
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - CQM Selection and HHS Priorities All providers must select CQMs from at least 3 of the 6 HHS National Quality Strategy domains: Patient and Family Engagement Patient Safety Care Coordination Population and Public Health Efficient Use of Healthcare Resources Clinical Processes/Effectiveness
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality -
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  • West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center - Making Electronic Health Records a Reality - Challenges Public Health Data Systems - Complete, Comprehensive, Correct Intraoperability Standards & Vendor Rules of Engagement Health Information Exchange Workforce (HIT, GIS, Informatics) Signal Detection Use Cases & Analytics Protocols Response Planning Safety, Privacy, Security Perspective
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