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Interoperability Sets the Foundation for Care Coordination

Interoperability Sets the Foundation for Care Coordination

Interoperability Sets the Foundation for Care Coordination

Peter M. Schoch, MD and Erica Neher
Peter M. Schoch, MD and Erica Neher
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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The term “interoperability” is used frequently in healthcare today, yet its meaning is often misunderstood. In order to be effective, providers must do more than share information; they must do it in a way that is easily consumed by the recipient. In a value-based care world, the technology must also be affordable enough and easy enough to use that it can be easily incorporated throughout the entire care continuum. This session will explore how regional health system, SSM Health, drove the adoption of an interoperability platform that simplified the exchange of patient data with skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), long-term post-acute care communities, and other providers within normal workflows. It will also show the measureable results this interoperability yielded in improving medication reconciliation, closing care gaps, increasing diabetic eye examinations and reducing length of stay in SNFs as part of bundled payment arrangements.

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Describe the challenges hospitals face in extending care coordination to providers throughout the care continuum
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to describe the challenges hospitals face in extending care coordination to providers throughout the care continuum.
Recognize the role interoperability plays in improving care coordination to support the transition to value-based care
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to recognize the role interoperability plays in improving care coordination to support the transition to value-based care.
Identify opportunities to improve interoperability within their own organizations to deliver the care coordination required for value-based care
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify opportunities to improve interoperability within their own organizations to deliver the care coordination required for value-based care.
Peter M. Schoch, MD and Erica Neher

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Peter M. Schoch, MD and Erica Neher
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

At the time of this speaker submission, Dr. Peter Schoch was the Regional Vice President of Value Based Care and Payment –St. Louis with SSM Health -- he has since moved on to Adventist Health System as the Senior Vice President of Population Health in their largest central Florida location and the President of the Florida Hospital Physician Network. A St. Louis native, Dr. Schoch attended medical school at the University of Missouri – Columbia. He spent the first 20 years of his career practicing as a board-certified internist before stepping into his current role. He has served in various capacities as a physician leader, including Chief Medical Officer at SSM Health, as both a physician owned/operated group and as part of a large hospital based system. While at SSM Health, Dr. Schoch provided leadership in transforming SSM Health – St. Louis into a population health management company. He directs EHR optimization, transformation of critical processes and clinical workflow, developing an integrated delivery network focusing on quality, safety and patient centeredness achieving a new care delivery model (PCMH, ACO, CIO) that embodies the triple aim. In his current role, Dr. Schoch continues his leadership in population health initiatives and transformation of the care delivery model with Adventist Health System.

Today’s co-speaker is Erica Neher, Senior VP of Healthcare Strategy for Kno2. Ms. Neher has nearly 20 years’ experience leading cutting-edge healthcare informatics projects. She brings an impeccable record of accomplishments around interoperability to our discussion today. She led one of the first national implementations of Carequality, and the National Record Locator Service (NRLS), resulting in community-wide physician and vendor adoption of these technologies. Ms. Neher also has extensive experience working with the eHealth exchange, Direct messaging, health information exchanges (HIEs), and vendor-specific exchange technologies. With Kno2, Ms. Neher is focused on helping the organization’s partners maximize opportunities for information sharing internally and across the full spectrum of the healthcare continuum, including physician practices, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living communities, emergency medical services, physical therapy offices and other providers.

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