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Five Ways Real-Time Notifications Can Improve Population Health

Five Ways Real-Time Notifications Can Improve Population Health

Five Ways Real-Time Notifications Can Improve Population Health

Kevin L. Dewald and Stacie Davis, RN, BSN
Kevin L. Dewald and Stacie Davis, RN, BSN
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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Description

With population health and value-based care top priorities for many healthcare organizations, it’s hard to believe some providers do not have access or ways to properly use information to support care decisions and care coordination for their populations. One of the biggest gaps is in event notifications or admits, discharges and transfers (ADT) data. Providers need to know when patients are admitted to a hospital, transferred to another care facility or discharged to return home. However, with gaps in data these often become missed opportunities. Learn how health information exchanges (HIEs) can help providers move forward in achieving better population health by providing timely clinical event notifications. This vital information can help providers make better care decisions and deliver more proactive care coordination—from Medicaid Health Home and dental to in-home care services and more. As a result, providers can improve care quality and maximize financial performance.

Objectives

Discuss how HIEs can help providers gain access to timely data and leverage it for effective clinical event notifications, achieving population health goals
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to discuss how HIEs can help providers gain access to timely data and leverage it for effective clinical event notifications, achieving population health goals
Recognize how clinical event notifications can be used to improve care quality and reduce costs
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to recognize how clinical event notifications can be used to improve care quality and reduce costs
Describe the barriers and challenges surrounding clinical event notifications for population health
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to describe the barriers and challenges surrounding clinical event notifications for population health
Discuss real-life use cases demonstrating how one HIE helped providers meet value-based and population health goals by making clinical event notifications accessible and useable
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to discuss real-life use cases demonstrating how one HIE helped providers meet value-based and population health goals by making clinical event notifications accessible and useable
List insights and recommendations on how to implement clinical event notifications for population health within your organization
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to list insights and recommendations on how to implement clinical event notifications for population health within your organization
Kevin L. Dewald and Stacie Davis, RN, BSN

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Kevin L. Dewald and Stacie Davis, RN, BSN
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Kevin DeWald currently serves as the Executive Director for South Dakota Health Link and has been leading efforts of Health IT and Exchange in the state for 12 years. The mission of South Dakota Health Link is to drive improvement in the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare in South Dakota though information sharing. Kevin also serves on the South Dakota eHealth Advisory Council and is a member of the Informatics Directors Peer Network for the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. Kevin also previously served as the state leader for the Health Information Security and Privacy Collaboration, task force member on the National Governor’s Association State Alliance for eHealth, and subject matter expert for the State Health Policy Consortium.

Stacie Davis, RN, BSN, is the Clinical Engagement Consultant at South Dakota Health Link (SDHL). Stacie is a Registered Nurse with 11 years of clinical experience in OB/Gyn, Public Health, Internal Medicine and Family Practice. Stacie has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion. Stacie was a Super User for the rollout of the EMR at Avera Specialty Clinics Ob/Gyn in Sioux Falls, SD. She was involved in the preplanning sessions and implementation of training within the clinic. Stacie currently works with clinical end users providing member users with individualized training specific to their current workflows and clinical/initiative needs. Stacie’s extensive clinical background and understanding of clinical practice gives her the insight to help members navigate and best utilize the health information exchange to improve user and patient satisfaction. Stacie feels a strong commitment to increasing patient safety in South Dakota and believes that timely access to clinical data via SDHL will help improve the quality of life for all South Dakotans.

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