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2005 PHDSC Annual Meeting

PRESENTATIONS

May 24, 2005
May 25, 2005
May 26, 2005

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PHDSC Business Meeting
Tuesday, May 24, 2005

1:00 p.m. Registration for the Business Meeting only
1:30 p.m. Welcome and Introductions Walter Suarez, MD, MPH
President, PHDSC
President and CEO, Midwest Center for HIPAA Education
1:45 p.m. Report from the Board of Directors Walter Suarez, MD, MPH
President, PHDSC
President and CEO, Midwest Center for HIPAA Education

David Ross, ScD, Treasurer, PHDSC
Director, Public Health Informatics Institute
2:00 p.m. Report on the Consortium's Activities
(18 slides, 682 KB)
Anna Orlova, PhD, Executive Director, PHDSC
Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
2:15 p.m. Reports from PHDSC Committees Chairs
Health Care Services Data Reporting Guide (HCSDRG) Committee
(7 slides, 67 KB)
Robert Davis, MA
Chair, HCSDRG Committee
Consultant, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health Statistics and National Association of Health Data Organizations
External Cause of Injury Codes (ECIC) Committee
(4 slides, 52 KB)
Arturo Coto, MD, MPH
Co-Chair, ECIC Committee
Disease Surveillance Coordinator
Nebraska Health & Human Services System

Starla Ledbetter, MHSA, RHIA, PMP
Co-Chair, ECIC Committee
Acting PDS Manager/Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) HIPAA Coordinator
Web-Based Resource Center (WRC) Committee
(15 slides, 462 KB)
Vivian Auld, MLIS
Co-Chair, WRC Committee
Senior Specialist for Health Data Standards
National Library of Medicine

Michelle Williamson, BS, BSN, RN
Co-Chair, WRC Committee
Health Informatics Specialist
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health Statistics
Privacy, Confidentiality and Data Sharing (PCDS) Committee
(15 slides, 63 KB)
Vicki Hohner, MBA
Chair, PCDS Committee
Senior Consultant, Fox Systems, Inc.
Payer Type (PT) Committee
(9 slides, 114 KB)
Judy Parlato, MBA, BSN, RN
Co-Chair, PT Committee
Clinical Advisor, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance & Policy

Amy Bernstein, ScD
Co-Chair, PT Committee
Acting Chief, Analytic Studies Branch/Office of Analysis and Epidemiology
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health Statistics
National Health Information Network
(9 slides, 888 KB)
Anna Orlova, Chair, NHIN Committee
Executive Director, PHDSC
Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
3:30 p.m. Break
3:45 p.m. Future Directions: Roundtable Discussion
(PDF 11 KB)
Moderator: Walter Suarez, MD, MPH
President, PHDSC
President and CEO, Midwest Center for HIPAA Education
5:00 p.m. Review of the PHDSC Bylaws Moderator: Marjorie Greenberg, MA
PHDSC, Vice President, Federal Affairs
Chief, Classifications and Public Health Data Standards Staff, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health Statistics
5:30 p.m. Elliot Stone Remembered Moderator: Jim Stowe,
Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
6:00 p.m. Business Meeting Adjournment

 

Connecting Communities for Better Health Care Forum - Day 1
Wednesday, May 25, 2005*

8:00 a.m. Opening Remarks: Welcome and Conference Overview Janet Marchibroda, Chief Executive Officer, eHealth Initiative and Foundation (eHI)

David Schulke, Executive Vice President, The American Health Quality Association (AHQA)

Walter Suarez, MD, MPH
President, PHDSC
President and CEO, Midwest Center for HIPAA Education

10:30 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions: Panel Presentations and Discussions to Lay the Groundwork for Stakeholders*

Track 6: Population Health - Part 1
Introduction: Track 6 - Population Health
(6 slides, 302 KB)
Moderator: Lawrence Hanrahan, PhD
Senior Epidemiologist & Chief, Bureau of Health Information and Policy, Wisconsin Division of Public Health
A Need for Population Health Data In Clinical Practice
(14 slides, 4,516 KB)
Jane Garb, MS
Spatial Epidemiologist/Biostatistician
Health Geographics Program,
BayState Medical Center
Vital Statistics as an Assessment Tool for Population Health Outcomes
(13 slides, 896 KB)
Marjorie Greenberg, MA
PHDSC, Vice President, Federal Affairs
Chief, Classifications and Public Health Data Standards Staff, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health Statistics
Role of Population/Public Health In Regional Health Information Exchanges
(11 slides, 413 KB)
Marty LaVenture, MA, PhD
Director, Office of Public Health Informatics Minnesota Department of Health
Population/Public Health/EHRs: The State Perspective
(10 slides, 209 KB)
Mary Shaffran, MPA
Director of Informatics Policy, Association of State and Territorial Officials
Report on the Population Health Surveillance Committee Federal Information Architecture
(12 slides, 241 KB)
Steve Steindel, PhD
Senior Advisor, Data Standards and Vocabulary,
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1:00 p.m.

 

Concurrent Sessions: Discussions and Development of Principles by Stakeholder Group*
  • Where and how do we fit into the Parallel Pathways for Quality Health Care Framework?
     
  • What do we need to have and do to accelerate adoption and widespread use of HIT by physician practices? Of health information exchange in regions and communities?
     
  • What barriers need to be addressed in HIT adoption and HIE?
     
  • What specific actions can we take in the near-term (one year) to accelerate HIT adoption and HIE?
     
  • What specific actions do we need from other stakeholder groups to accelerate HIT use and health information exchange?

Track 6: Population Health - Part 2
Moderator: Marty LaVenture, MA, PhD
Director, Office of Public Health Informatics Minnesota Department of Health
Accelerating the Development of Health Information Exchanges and Health Information Technology Use: A Call for Stakeholder Action
(10 slides, 276 KB)
Lawrence Hanrahan, PhD
Senior Epidemiologist & Chief, Bureau of Health Information and Policy, Wisconsin Division of Public Health
Public Health's Role in Health Information Exchange
(8 slides, 687 KB)
Farzad Mostashari, MD, MSc
Assistant Commissioner, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Where and How Does Public Health Fit Into Regional Health Information Exchanges
(13 slides, 911 KB)
Anna Orlova, PhD, Executive Director, PHDSC and Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Public Health Participation in Health Information Exchanges: Accelerating adoption and widespread use of HIT David Ross, ScD, Treasurer, PHDSC
Director, Public Health Informatics Institute
Public Health Participation in Health Information Exchanges: Barriers and Challenges to the Widespread Adoption and Use of Health Information Technologies
(12 slides, 265 KB)
Walter Suarez, MD, MPH
President, PHDSC
President and CEO, Midwest Center for HIPAA Education
Report Back to the Group by Track Chairs Lawrence Hanrahan, PhD
Senior Epidemiologist & Chief, Bureau of Health Information and Policy, Wisconsin Division of Public Health

Marty LaVenture, MA, PhD
Director, Office of Public Health Informatics Minnesota Department of Health

Connecting Communities for Better Health Care Forum - Day 2
Thursday, May 26, 2005*

9:15 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions: Laying the Groundwork and Understanding the Key Issue Areas

Track 1: Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration

Strategies for bringing diverse stakeholders together to collaborate on HIT and health information exchange initiatives

Mary Shaffran, MPA
Director of Informatics Policy, Association of State and Territorial Officials
(Track Co-Chair)
Track 5: Organizational and Legal Issues

Developing organization and governance models for health information exchange
Walter Suarez, MD, MPH President, PHDSC
President and CEO, Midwest Center for HIPAA Education

Vicki Hohner, MBA
Chair, PHDSC Privacy, Confidentiality & Data Sharing (PCDS) Committee
Senior Consultant, Fox Systems, Inc.
10:45a.m.

Concurrent Sessions: Identifying Key Principles, Strategies and Solutions for Key Issue Areas

Track 1: Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration

Strategies for bringing diverse stakeholders together to collaborate on HIT and health information exchange initiatives

Mary Shaffran, MPA
Director of Informatics Policy, Association of State and Territorial Officials
(Track Co-Chair)

Dave Ross, ScD,
Director, Public Health Informatics institute

Track 2: Implementation and Workflow Change in Physician Practices
  • Principles for supporting workflow and clinical process changes for physicians
  • Successful examples of EHR implementation and improved quality and efficiency
Perry Smith, MD  
Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists and NY State Health Department
Track 3: Financing and Incentives
  • Developing sustainable models for health information exchange
  • Navigating emerging pay for performance initiatives
  • Individual physician HIT financing strategies
Lawrence Hanrahan, PhD
Senior Epidemiologist & Chief, Bureau of Health Information and Policy, Wisconsin Division of Public Health

Jonathan Weiner, PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Track 4: Technical Aspects
  • Developing an incremental pathway towards interoperability and health information exchange
  • Architectural considerations for security and accurately linking patient data
Noam Arzt, PhD
HLN Consulting, LLC

Anna Orlova, PhD
Executive Director, PHDSC and Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Track 5: Organizational and Legal Issues
  • Addressing Privacy and Security Issues
Walter Suarez, MD, MPH
President, PHDSC
President and CEO, Midwest Center for HIPAA Education

Vicki Hohner, MBA
Chair, PHDSC Privacy, Confidentiality & Data Sharing (PCDS) Committee
Senior Consultant, Fox Systems, Inc.

 

*Only Population Health Tracks Hosted by the PHDSC are displayed for the CCBH Learning Forum.