The Value of Health Information Exchange Toward Preventing Avoidable Hospitalizations in Post-Acute Care —The MOQI Model

Presented by:

Gregory L. Alexander PhD, RN, FAAN, Professor, Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri
Sue Shumate BS, RN, Program Manager, Primaris Healthcare Business Solutions
 

The HIMSS LTPAC Roundtable and Nursing Informatics Community join forces to discuss The MOQI Model and its value of Health Information Exchange toward preventing avoidable hospitalizations in post-acute care. Key stakeholders are recognized in identifying the processes of care that are vital for achieving the value propositions in a health information exchange network while potential solutions and strategies are discussed.

 

This webinar discusses the following objectives:

  1. Recognize critical stakeholders to engage in a health information exchange network implemented in a post-acute nursing home setting to prevent avoidable hospitalizations.
  2. Describe value propositions for health IT by stakeholders involved in a health information exchange network in post-acute care nursing homes.
  3. Identify the processes of care that are crucial for achieving the value propositions in a health information exchange network to prevent avoidable hospitalizations.
  4. State potential solutions to common barriers to health information exchange in post-acute care.
  5. Construct some strategies using health IT in care delivery to help attain value propositions and prevent avoidable hospitalizations.