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In This Issue — April 10, 2013

HIMSS published updated CPHIMS Review Guide •Become a National Health IT Week 2013 Partner •Attend the April 17 HIMSS Virtual Briefing on revenue cycle integrity

Have a question, comment or idea? Please send them to Matt Schlossberg.

What’s New
Hawaii Gov. Presents HIMSS Davies Award Winner with Proclamation
On Thursday, March 21, Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie recognized Hawai’i Pacific Health at its Downtown Honolulu headquarters for receiving the HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award. The award recognizes healthcare providers nationwide for excellence in health information technology especially electronic health records. As part of the state’s recognition, Governor Abercrombie presented a proclamation to Steve Robertson, Hawaii Pacific Health’s chief information officer, and the Senate presented a certificate to the company.

Become a National Health IT Week 2013 Partner
This year National Health IT Week will be Sept. 16-20, 2013. Click the link in the headline above to access the National Health IT Week Toolkit with ideas on press conferences and releases, open houses and tours, recognition events, social media opportunities, and other ideas you can implement to demonstrate the importance of health IT and the accomplishments you are making to improve patient care. There is no cost for National Health IT Week 2013 Partnership, though you must be a HIMSS Non-Profit Partner Member, Corporate Member, or Organizational Affiliate to participate. Start planning your organization’s National Health IT Week activities now. Contact NHITweek@gmail.com for more information on becoming a Partner.

A HIMSS Virtual Briefing: Revenue Cycle Integrity—The Key to Optimal Finance Performance
Make plans to attend an April 17 HIMSS Media Virtual Briefing on revenue cycle integrity. Identify ways to ensure an optimal plan that addresses revenue cycle integrity. Discuss the most pressing issues of operational efficiencies, compliance and effective reimbursement practices. Review the many challenges and opportunities to achieving revenue cycle integrity. Click the link above to register and to learn more about this critical event.

Government Health IT Conference Call for Proposals Closes Monday
HIMSS invites presenter proposals for the 2013 Government Health IT Conference & Exhibition. The submission period will close April 15. This year’s event will feature two tracks of programing: Delivering Better Care at a Lower Cost and Engaging with Consumers as a Care Partner. Potential track topics include health insurance exchanges/health insurance markets, ACOs, clinical and business analytics, fraud and compliance, system interoperability, mobile health, patient safety, and consumer engagement. Share your expertise through case studies, lessons learned, and best practice examples. Proposals should be free of commercial bias and should have no more than two presenters. All proposals will be reviewed by an advisory committee. For further information, please contact Kerry Amato.

Save the Date for HIMSS 12th Annual Policy Summit
As part of National Health IT Week (Sept. 16-20, 2013), HIMSS 12th Annual Policy Summit will be held Sept. 18-19, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The Policy Summit is HIMSS' annual Capitol Hill "fly-in" which includes expert speakers, discussions on the most important current health IT public policy issues, and visits with your Members of Congress or their senior staff to present HIMSS' top three Congressional Asks for the year.  Member involvement in the Policy Summit is crucial in shaping the message that we carry to Capitol Hill. Click the link above to learn more.

HIMSS Publishes Updated CPHIMS Review Guide
Whether you’re taking the CPHIMS exam, or simply want the most current and comprehensive overview in healthcare information and management systems today—the newly updated CPHIMS Review Guide has it all. But for those preparing for the CPHIMS exam, this text book is an ideal study partner. The content reflects the exam content outline covering healthcare and technology environments; systems analysis, design, selection, implementation, support, maintenance, testing, evaluation, privacy and security; and administration leadership and management. Candidates can challenge themselves with the sample multiple choice questions at the end of the book. Click the link in the headline above to order the softcover edition of the Review Guide. Click here to order the eBook.

mHIMSS, HIMSS Analytics to Conduct Survey of How Providers Use Healthcare Apps
The University of Delaware is collaborating with HIMSS Analytics and mHIMSS to assess provider attitudes toward apps in healthcare settings. Mobile devices hold great promise for reshaping the time and place where an individual receives care. The survey evaluates a number of key topics emerging in the healthcare space: Opinions on integration apps into the Meaningful Use program, characteristics important to users downloading an app, assessing desirable pricing structures, etc. Providers, physicians, nurses, and IT staff are invited to take the survey. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete and all responses will remain confidential. The results may be published in a scholarly journal or industry research publication. Click the link in the headline above to complete the study. For questions, contact Thomas Martin.

Register for the AHIMA 2013 ICD-10-CM/PCS and Computer-Assisted Coding Summit
HIMSS is honored to join the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) as a collaborating organization for this year’s ICD-10-CM/PCS and Computer-Assisted Coding (CAC) Summit, April 22—24, in Baltimore, MD. This year marks the first year the ICD-10-CM/PCS Summit and the Computer-Assisted Coding (CAC) Summit are being held together, allowing participants to receive an additional day of ICD-10-CM/PCS sessions or a combination of both ICD-10-CM/PCS sessions and CAC sessions. More than 600 senior executives and healthcare leaders including providers, payers, vendors, consultants, and secondary data users, will engage in open discussion to explore the challenges and opportunities represented in the transition to the ICD-10-CM/PCS coding systems and the application of CAC technology. AHIMA’s ICD-10-CM/PCS and CAC Summit is the premier healthcare industry event dedicated to the transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS and CAC technology. Participation in this year’s summit is critical as the October 2014 compliance date grows closer. Organizations should be focusing on implementation strategies and staff preparation. The summit will help organizations leverage their ICD-10-CM/PCS and CAC investments and gain a strategic advantage, rather than simply achieve compliance. HIMSS members get a 10 percent discount. Register today at www.ahima.org/events, using coupon code: ICDSUMHIMSS.

JHIM Seeks Abstracts for Fall Issue on Mobile Health
JHIM, the quarterly, peer-reviewed publication of HIMSS, has just opened a call for abstracts for its Fall 2013 issue on mobile healthcare. JHIM is seeking 250-word proposals on mHealth and its impact in the evolving healthcare environment. Proposed papers may include case studies, literature reviews and original research. JHIM is also accepting feature topic papers on a wide variety of health IT concerns. Abstracts are due on Wednesday, May 1. Please send a 250-word summary of your proposed paper, as well as a working title and complete contact information for all potential authors to Matt Schlossberg, Manager, Publications, HIMSS Media Group, at the e-mail link above.

IHE Announces First Worldwide Summit—April 16-18
Join IHE for the first global gathering of leaders from IHE's twenty-five national deployment committees and learn more about interoperability in Health IT and the role IHE plays within the industry! IHE International World Summit will take place at the Haliç Congress Center in the legendary city of Istanbul, Turkey. IHE is offering (3) group tracks to target specific interests of managers, developers, and key decision makers:

  • Track 1: Panel track—Representatives of IHE Development Committee’s, government and national/regional projects. IHE specialists and consultants
  • Track 2: Management track—CEO’s and CIO’s of hospitals and hospital providers
  • Track 3: Development track—CIO’s, Lead developers and testing groups planning to create or test IHE software in the future

While at the Summit, take the opportunity to tour the IHE Europe Connectathon. The Connectathon provides an opportunity for vendors to interact and test the interoperability and connectivity of their developed Health IT systems. Register and see the full conference agenda on IHE’s website.

Save the Date for HIMSS Media’s ICD-10 Leadership Forum
Save the date for the ICD-10 Leadership Forum, presented by HIMSS Media, June 17-18, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in the Washington DC area. This forum was designed to help its primary audience—Chief Information Officers—not only meet the October 2014 ICD-10 deadline but also reap the business and clinical benefits that ICD-10 promises. The ICD-10 Leadership Forum will provide the information, education and networking opportunities that CIOs and other healthcare leaders need to get ICD-10 firmly in place by the deadline. The Forum will be interactive and present high-level strategies, management insights, processes and procedures, best practices and case studies that help our C-suite attendees lead the ICD-10 implementation charge at their facilities. Content will focus on strategic planning; preventing problems before they occur; risk mitigation; setting goals and expectations and generating staff buy-in; testing for ICD-10; and assessing vendor readiness. The Forum also will show how mastering ICD-10 will help healthcare facilities bill more successfully, employ effective BI&CI tools and techniques, and, overall, improve organizations business and clinical performance. Please click the link above for more information about this event.

HIMSS13 Online Continues On-Demand Access Through June 7
HIMSS13 Online provides access to select on-demand events from the 2013 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition in New Orleans for only $39. Participants can gain actionable information and engage with peers as they seek out practical solutions to healthcare’s most demanding challenges. On-demand access to select portions of HIMSS13 Online will be available until June 7. Please click on the link above to learn more.

Tools & Resources
Download Episode 4 of the Meaningful Use for Medical Practices Podcast Series
Download episode 4 of the Meaningful Use for medical practices podcast series—Operational Challenges for ACO Providers Demonstrating Meaningful Use. Tim Young, CEO of Summit Medical, discusses the operational challenges facing providers who demonstrate Meaningful Use while participating in (or considering participation in) an ACO. The interview was conducted by Karen Clark, CIO, OrthoTennessee. Click the link above to access.

Patient Engagement Podcast Series
HIMSS has launched a new podcast series on e-engaging with patients through health IT. Available episodes include “Creating, Implementing and Evaluating a Web-Enabled System of Care to Transform Substance Abuse Treatment,” and “Patient Engagement for Pediatrics–Asynchronous Communication. Click the link above to access the podcasts.

Get the Latest News on Business Practices and IT in Healthcare
HIMSS Business Edge is your source for the latest news on business practices and information technology in healthcare. Published the third Tuesday of each month, this complimentary resource is for HIMSS members, providers, payers, clearinghouses, vendors, consultants and anyone involved in the business side of healthcare. Subscribe today and read the HIMSS Business Edge archives by clicking the link in the headline above.

Online Presentation: Clinical Concerns with Medical Device Integration
A Virtual Town Hall meeting, presented by the HIMSS CE-IT Community, is scheduled for Wednesday, April 10, at 12 pm ET. The Town Hall will feature presentations by Sheree Stephens, RN, CCNS; Ricky Bass, MD, CMIO; and Mindy Tortorich, Lead Clindoc Analyst of LSU Health Sciences Center. The presentation will explore human factors, morale, failure planning and unintended consequences of a real implementation by a facility that sees 50,000 patients annually; dissect the needed background build and infrastructure required for implementation; and discuss the validation process for the integration with stakeholders and how to address troubleshooting. Click the link above to register for this complimentary program.

Online Presentation: Meaningful Use in Action—Exploring the Possibilities of Nutrition Informatics
HIMSS and the Academy of Nutrition and Dieticians announce the next in a series of new free Virtual Town Hall series. Earn one complimentary hour of CPEU and/or CPHIMS credit for each of the webinars in this Town Hall series. For more information on Nutrition Informatics, please visit the HIMSS Nutrition Informatics website. Register for the presentation today by clicking the link in the headline above.

Sponsored Content
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Going Beyond Meaningful Use
With the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, organizations that adopt EMR software in a meaningful way may claim thousands of dollars in incentives for a limited period of time. But getting through over 1,000 pages of Meaningful Use Stage 2 regulations isn’t easy. This informative white paper helps practices understand what they mean and how to respond. Click the link above. Free registration is required.

Improving Patient Care and Reduce Costs
This white paper discusses how to “cloud-enable” medical imaging and optimize vendor neutral archive investments. It illustrates how EMC Atmos cloud storage consolidates PACS silos, reduces storage costs, uses metadata-driven policies to automate image lifecycle management, and provides instant access to images from EMRs, mobile apps, and any viewer across modalities.

Creating and Testing Your IT Recovery Plan
Testing at least once per month is important to maintain engineering best practices, to comply with stringent standards for data protection and recovery, and to gain confidence and peace of mind. In the midst of disaster is not the time to determine the flaws in your back up and recovery system. Backup alone is useless without the ability to efficiently recover, and technologists know all too well that the only path from "ought to work" to "known to work" is through testing. Read this white paper to learn more about protecting your data through a proper backup system.

Taming Complexity—A New Solution for In-House Healthcare EDI
If hospitals and providers are the body of the healthcare industry, healthcare electronic data interchange is the heartbeat. This white paper compares the different solutions and costs for achieving HIPAA-compliant EDI, explains the specific technical challenges in the way of successful implementations, and explores new avenues for bridging the gap to an in-house implementation.

Size Up Your Cloud Options - Is Now the Time?
Will you be left at a competitive disadvantage if you fail to deliver SaaS-enabled solutions in the Cloud? Read this guide to the rise of Cloud computing in healthcare and learn how to rapidly SaaS-enable your organization today.

HIPAA Compliant Hosting
Healthcare providers must assure patients the utmost security, confidentiality, and integrity of sensitive information. This means maintaining total HIPAA compliance within their organization, including healthcare IT infrastructure. This white paper elucidates HIPAA compliant IT infrastructure, from physical and environmental controls, to appropriate guidelines between a Covered Entity and data center provider when outsourcing. It also helps clarify key points including service provider qualifications, and why Business Associate Agreements are integral for establishing accountability with partners.

The Need for Data Loss Prevention Now
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is powerful technology that can be used to plug the holes in the data leakage dam affecting organizations worldwide. In the healthcare industry the consequences of leakage are particularly dire. This white paper offers an introduction to the topic of DLP, which is one of the most important and powerful tools in the information security industry.

Blood Systems Expands Remote Access Connectivity to Prepare for Disaster
For more than 60 years, Blood Systems has been offering its life-giving services throughout the Western U.S. Blood Systems wanted to optimize its network for business value, migrating to the latest WAN services. Read this white paper to learn how Blood Systems increased flexibility and now support business continuity requirements so the nation’s blood supply wouldn’t be interrupted in the face of a natural disaster or pandemic.

Calling All Members
NEW! mHIMSS Usability and Consumer Engagement Work Group
Join the new mHIMSS Usability and Consumer Engagement Work Group today and help research and share innovative ways clinicians, patients, and other stakeholders experience healthcare from the consumer and provider perspectives. This group will meet weekly on Wednesdays at 12 pm (ET) through June 30, and will create one primary deliverable. Membership is open to all current HIMSS members. Contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above if you would like to participate.

NEW! Spirit of HIMSS Award Call for Nominations
Do you know a HIMSS member who consistently goes the extra mile? Make a nomination for the Spirit of HIMSS Award. Each month HIMSS honors a member volunteers time and energy to support the HIMSS mission by sitting on a committee, task force, or workgroup; by publishing papers or articles; or by making exemplary contributions as a chapter leader. If you know a HIMSS member who makes an outstanding contribution to HIMSS and the health IT profession, nominate her or him for the Spirit of HIMSS Award. Visit the Spirit of HIMSS webpage at the link above to learn more and to make a nomination!

NEW! HIMSS Congressional Asks Work Group
During the annual HIMSS Policy Summit, this year September 18-19, 2013, participants will visit with Members of Congress and their staff to raise awareness for various topics concerning health IT policy. The Congressional Asks Task Force makes recommendations on HIMSS' top three Congressional Asks for the year. Click the link above to learn how you can participate in this short-term work group.

HIMSS Health IT Leadership Awards Task Force Seeks Volunteers
Every year during National Health IT Week (September 16-20, 2013), HIMSS presents the HIMSS Health IT Leadership Awards in recognition of federal leaders and state legislators who have made significant contributions to the advancement of health IT to improve healthcare, meriting national recognition. Nominees for the Federal and State Health IT Leadership Awards are selected by the HIMSS "Health IT Leadership Awards Work Group." Click the link above to learn more about serving on this short-term work group.

HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence Community Seeks Members
HIMSS is accepting members for the newly formed Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) Community. The goal of the C&BI Community is to bring together thought leadership and share knowledge that will support the future success of our members by improving their ability to understand and form partnerships to manage C&BI as a part of doing business and providing accountable and quality care to their members. The community will support activities that promote peer-to-peer networking, problem solving, solution sharing and education. Please join the Community on the fourth Thursday of the month, 1-2 pm (ET). Our next meeting will be April 25, 2013. Participation is open to all current HIMSS members. If you are interested in participating in the community or presenting a use case, join now. For more information, visit the C & BI Website

HIMSS Patient-Centered Payer Roundtable is Accepting New Members
The Patient-Centered Payer Roundtable works to improve individual patient care, quality, and outcomes in a cost–effective manner by fostering collaboration and trust between providers, payers and vendors through the development of interoperable health IT. This year, the Roundtable is exploring key themes of creating better collaboration between payers and providers to support improved care and outcomes, and creating a holistic view of payer-provider IT solutions. Our next Payer Roundtable meeting will be on April 18, 2013, 4:00-5:00pm (ET). Our guest speaker will be Andrew Casertano, VP of SAN Business Consultants. The presentation “Building a New IHE Profile: Lessons Learned from the ADA” will focus on the lessons learned from this group on their efforts to create a new IHE and how it is relevant to Payers.  Participation is open to all current HIMSS members. Contact Nancy Devlin to join the Roundtable.

Latino Community Membership—Get Involved
The HIMSS Latino Community is the newest and up-and-coming professional membership groups at HIMSS. This collaborative network fosters information sharing, fresh ideas and unique solutions to improve healthcare delivery in the Latino Community using Healthcare IT. This community meets monthly via teleconference, as well as one-off special projects and meetings to address relevant Latino issues throughout the year. If you wish to join the Latino Community, just update your member profile in the Members Center under “Manage Communities” to include the HIMSS Latino Community and start receiving updated information. HIMSS welcomes you to leverage your knowledge and expertise in the Latino Community to benefit the HIMSS community at large, so join today. For more information about joining the HIMSS Latino Community, contact us at himsslatino@himss.org. You may also contact HIMSS Staff Liaison Tammy Kwiatkoski at 312-915-9516.

HIMSS Interoperability Maturity Model Work Group Seeks Members
The Interoperability Maturity Model Work Group has been recently established by the Interoperability & Standards (I&S) Committee. This work group will examine applicable maturity models and develop an Interoperability Maturity Model to accelerate our industry’s interoperability goals and promote the adoption of electronic medical records. Participation is open to all active HIMSS members and the work group will meet monthly via teleconference. If you are interested in volunteering for the Interoperability Maturity Model (IMM) Work Group, please e-mail the I&S Committee liaison, Mary-Ellen Devitt Johnson.

HIMSS eConnecting with Consumers Committee Seeks Members
The HIMSS eConnecting with Consumers Committee is now accepting new members for the following Task Forces:

  • Patient Engagement Task Force: This group will create a compendium of business cases highlighting best practices and lessons learned from providers’ use of health IT to engage patients. This group meets the third Monday of the month at 12 pm (ET).
  • Provider Value Proposition Task Force: This group will be responsible for the identification and creation of resources and tools related to personal health IT for all HIMSS providers, including business cases, best practices and lessons learned for technologies, including (but not limited to) PHRs, portals and mHealth. This group meets the second Tuesday of the month at 3 pm (ET).
  • Social Media Task Force: This group will create resources and tools as well as opportunities around social networking at HIMSS, including the Social Media Center at HIMSS13. This group meets the first Thursday of the month at 12 pm (ET).

All groups will meet monthly via WebEx. Participation is open to all active HIMSS members. For more information contact Valerie Knoke.

HIMSS Accountable Care Task Force Seeks Members
The HIMSS Accountable Care Task Force is accepting members for this new Task Force. The Task Force will be focused on the adoption and use of Health Information Technology for Accountable Care organizations and will be co-chaired by Paul Oates, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, IT Architecture, Cigna and Lee Lemelson, RPh, System Vice President, Clinical Applications, Banner Health. The Task Force will work to provide valuable tools and resources to the industry, specifically, use cases and best practices for Accountable Care Organizations. The meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month, 1 pm-2 pm (ET). To sign up for the Task Force, and to help us get to know each other’s background, skill set and interest, please take a moment to fill out this brief survey. The Task Force is open to all current HIMSS members. Contact Nancy Devlin, for further information.

HIMSS Now Accepting Applications for Advanced Membership!
If you have been a member of HIMSS for at least three years, you are eligible to apply for advanced membership. You can become a Senior Member or Fellow Member of HIMSS depending on years of membership and number of points. Points are earned for education and certification; experience and professional responsibility; presenting or publishing on health IT topics; and serving as a HIMSS volunteer on committees, work groups, chapter leadership, etc. See our Member Advancement webpage for more information, or email questions to the e-mail link in the headline above.

Participants Needed for New I&S Committee Work Groups
The new Interoperability & Standards (I&S) Committee is looking for volunteers to serve on a variety of work groups including: HIMSS Interoperability Policy Section (HIPS) Work Group; Enterprise Architecture (EA) Work Group; I&S Section of the mHIMSS Roadmap (ISS mHealth) Work Group; I&S Toolkit & Web Resource (Toolkit) Work Group (TBD); Health IT Standards (Standards) Work Group (TBD); and the Technical Information Exchange (Tech-IE) Work Group (TBD). If you would like to volunteer to serve on any of the I&S Committee Work Groups please contact Mary-Ellen Devitt Johnson at the e-mail link above.

Big Data And Healthcare Analytics Forum. Improving Care. Reducing Costs. Uncovering Opportunity. June 4 - 5, 2013. Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center Washington DC Area. www.BigDataHITForum.com

Chapter Events
April 25
Georgia
Lunch & Learn Event

April 26
New York
2013 Annual HIMSS NYS Conference: Health IT—When Disaster Strikes

Upcoming Events & Deadlines
April 16
HITECH Final Omnibus Rule Bootcamp Webinar and Roundtable Discussion Series

April 16-18
IHE International World Summit

June 4-5
Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum

June 11-12
Government Health IT Conference & Exhibition

June 17-18
ICD-10 Leadership Forum

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