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In This Issue — May 22, 2013

Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum Attracts Top CIOs, IT Leaders • ONC's Mostashari Announced as ICD-10 Forum Keynote Speaker • CMS Releases Funding Opportunity Announcement for Health Care Innovation Awards • HIMSS Best-Seller Points to Change Management Strategies in EMR Implementation

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What’s New

HIMSS14 Announces Call for Proposals
Proposals are now being accepted through June 3 for the 2014 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition, Feb. 23-27, in Orlando. The call is HIMSS’ annual request for proposals to be considered for the upcoming Annual Conference. HIMSS members act as peer reviewers for proposals within their area of expertise. Each year, the HIMSS Annual Conference offers more than 200 general education sessions that are selected from a peer-reviewed process. To ensure that our program’s content is timely, relevant, and optimally targeting our attendees’ needs, the HIMSS Annual Conference Education Committee (ACEC) selects from the submissions received during the call and may supplement programming by inviting speakers to fill any gaps identified. Click the link above to learn more on how to submit a proposal.

Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum Attracts Top CIOs, IT Leaders
As CIO of Ochsner Health System, one of the largest independent academic medical centers in the United States, Chris Belmont understands the critical role analytics will play as healthcare morphs into a market that holds providers increasingly responsible for reducing costs and improving care. Belmont kicks off the Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum on June 4 with the keynote presentation "Be Like—Use Data and Analytics to Get Ahead of the Curve."

HIMSS Media and Healthcare IT News have teamed up to present the forum on June 4-5, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, near Washington D.C. Sessions will focus on peer-to-peer learning, case studies and best practices—practical, actionable information that can be taken home and put to use.

In addition to Belmont, the forum includes a line-up of top provider and payer organizations with deep healthcare analytics experience and expertise. They include, among others:

  • Intermountain Healthcare (speaker: Lee Pierce, assistant vice president of business intelligence).
  • Penn Medicine—University of Pennsylvania Health System (speaker: CIO Michael Restuccia).
  • Pioneer ACO Atrius Health (speaker: Dr. Joe Kimura, medical director, analytics and reporting systems).
  • Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare (speaker: Tariq Abu-Jabar, vice president, medical informatics).
  • Aetna Innovation Labs (speaker: Dr. Henry Wei, senior medical director for clinical innovation).

Sessions will cover key topics related to big data and healthcare analytics: strategic planning; hiring and retaining experienced staff; tools and technology; IT leadership; predictive analytics; data sharing; EHRs and population health; and more. Click the link in the headline above to register.

2013 mHealth Summit Call for Presentations Closes in 16 Days
The 2013 mHealth Summit is the premier international forum connecting the mobile health ecosystem to mHealth research, education, thought leadership, exhibits and panel discussions — and you could be an integral part of it. We're looking for transformational, groundbreaking submissions that deliver evidence that mHealth is moving from theory to adoption and from pilot to scale. We're interested in cutting-edge content, usage and cross-collaborative cases, as well as discussion of drivers, challenges, impact and opportunities. Topics include business and funding opportunities, Big Data, care settings, consumer/patient and physician/provider engagement, emerging technology, payers/health plans; pharma and life sciences, global health, international perspective, regulatory and policy, privacy and security, and research. The deadline for submissions is June 7. Click the link above to learn more about the submission process.

ONC's Mostashari Announced as ICD-10 Forum Keynote Speaker
Dr. Farzad Mostashari will deliver the opening keynote presentation at the ICD-10 Forum at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Washington D.C., June 17-18.  The forum will provide information essential to helping healthcare leaders guide their organizations to ICD-10 compliance by the October 2014 deadline. In his speech, Dr. Mostashari will share the value of moving to ICD-10 compliance emphasizing:

  • ICD-10's role in setting the platform for future federal mandates.
  • Issues with interoperability, testing and big data.
  • ONC's orchestration of the ICD-10 effort.
  • Current changes underway with ICD-10.
  • Costs involved with the change to ICD-10.

The ICD-10 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. Register today at the link in the headline above.

HIMSS Applauds Nurse Leader Confirmed as CMS Administrator
On the heels of Nurses Week, celebrating the work of over 4 million nurses, the U.S. Senate confirmed Marilyn Tavenner, MHA, BSN, RN as administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Tavenner has served as acting-administrator for CMS since 2011. Ms. Tavenner is the first confirmed administrator since 2006. "HIMSS applauds the appointment of a nurse leader as the administrator of CMS. Nurses are uniquely positioned to help create healthier communities through healthcare reform, information technology and improved outcomes," said Joyce Sensmeier MS, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, FAAN, Vice President Informatics.

HIMSS Announces Advisory Panel for Government Health IT Conference & Exhibition
National government health IT leaders are shaping the program for the 9th Annual Government Health IT Conference & Exhibition, scheduled for June 11-12 in Washington, DC, for the 9th Annual Government Health IT Conference & Exhibition at the Renaissance Washington DC Hotel. This year’s Honorary Advisory Committee members include:

  • James Peake, MD – Former Secretary of Veterans Affairs and Surgeon General of the Army;
  • Roger Baker – Former Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs/Chief Information Officer;
  • Gayle Harrell – State Representative, Florida House of Representatives;
  • Dave Poisson, Esq., CAE – Former Delegate, Commonwealth of Virginia House of Delegates;
  • Aneesh Chopra – Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer;
  • Ann Kenny, National Capital Area HIMSS Chapter President; and
  • Chris Panagiotopoulos, Maryland HIMSS Chapter President.

Invited members of the Honorary Advisory Committee offered their insights into the theme for this year’s conference, "The Intersection of Care Delivery: Empowering Patients and Providers to Achieve Better Healthcare," as well as proposals for presentations on two featured tracks: "Delivering Better Care at a Lower Cost," and "Engaging Consumers as a Care Partner." Full conference registration for government employees is $50. Click the link above for updated information and to register.

Registration Opens for Federal Health IT Business Development Workshop
HIMSS will again offer its popular Federal Health IT Business Development Workshop on June 13, in conjunction with this year’s Government Health IT Conference & Exhibition in Washington, DC. The all day workshop—designed for beginning and experienced health IT and federal business development professionals—is an "insider" seminar into the federal health IT market, advising participants on growing their business, strategies for breaking into a new agency, and techniques for beating an incumbent/influencing the RFP. Registration is now open.

CMS Releases Funding Opportunity Announcement for Health Care Innovation Awards
On May 15, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a Funding Opportunity Announcement for round two of the Health Care Innovation Awards. The CMS Innovation Center plans to spend up to $1 billion for awards and evaluation of projects from across the country that test new payment and service delivery models that will deliver better care and lower costs for Medicare, Medicaid, and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) enrollees. Technology developers, including software designers and others that are creating solutions for health care providers that may be made publicly available, are welcome to apply. A letter of intent to apply is due June 28, and the application due date is Aug. 15, 2013. Click the link to learn more about this opportunity.

Tools & Resources
NEW! HIMSS Best-Seller Points to Change Management Strategies in EMR Implementation
Despite the promise of improving care and other benefits, EMR implementations are highly disruptive to the organization.Change Management Strategies for an Effective EMR Implementation, a HIMSS best-seller edited by Claire McCarthy, MA; and Douglas Eastman, PhD, with Dave Garets, Contributing Editor, prepares you to lead or participate successfully in change management/technology adoption efforts, so that meaningful use of EMRs can be achieved. The authors provide successful strategies to plan and implement change. The content is based on their decades of combined experience managing the people side of implementation. The book covers the importance of making a business case for change management, explaining why technology implementations will not deliver benefits without significant focus on users. It describes two critical success factors in any large-scale change management efforts--a clear vision and effective leadership. Sections of the book deal with establishing a foundation for change; building commitment; and developing requisite skills in change management. The book includes numerous lessons learned, tips for success, best practices and case studies from organizations that have handled change well. Click the link above to order the softcover edition of the book. Click here to order the eBook.

NEW! Watch the Most-Talked About HIMSS13 Sessions
The HIMSS eLearning Academy released a recordings package of the most talked about HIMSS13 Education Sessions. The Social Media Collection was mined from the 38,972 tweets posted during the 2013 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition in New Orleans on March 3-7. Sessions focus on some of the health IT industry's most challenging topics: Big Data, Patient Engagement, Usability and mHealth. View and purchase the seven most-talked about education sessions at HIMSS13.

How to Work with Governors and Their Offices
The HIMSS State Government Affairs team recently attended a breakfast briefing on "How to Work with Governors and Their Offices." Two experts, Fred DuVal, Principal Consultant, DuVal & Associates; and Philip A. Musser, President, New Frontier Strategy; who have spent their careers working with governors spoke. The presentation focused on the political landscape following the 2012 Presidential election.

Main points and predictions emphasized include: the difference in staffing numbers of the two major campaigns in the realm of digital staff and analytical staff which provided an accurate depiction of how the election night eventually panned out; partisan gridlock is likely to endure on fights over sequestration and tax reform; outside advocacy and third-party spending will increase making the margins for compromise more difficult; and technology will again re-shape the political playing field in the future.

Our takeaway from the briefing and how we can improve advocacy at the state level going forward is to avoid fighting yesterday’s battle. In 2016, the game will be different in terms of digital outreach and engagement. For example, in 2012 Obama for America (OFA) had 1,979 employees on LinkedIn versus 369 of the Romney campaign which played into their outreach capabilities. Looking ahead to the 2013-2014 Governors’ Elections contests will occur for 13 Democratic seats, 24 Republican seats, and 1 Independent seat. Many expect the gubernatorial elections in the following states to be a toss up: Arkansas (Beebe), Rhode Island (Chafee), Florida (Scott), Pennsylvania (Corbett), and Virginia (McDonnell). These seats are especially crucial when there are 35 states across the nation with unified control of governorship and state legislatures—24 have Republicans in control and 11 have Democrats in control. Learn more about HIMSS Government Relations at the link above.

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.

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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.

Healthcare Legacy Systems: How to Retire Them, Reduce Costs, and Maintain Access to All the Data Using Active Data Archiving
As new HIT systems are implemented, multiple legacy systems are left behind, requiring an overworked IT staff to provide internal support and maintain access to this complex combination of platforms. This briefing provides an overview of how active data archiving technology can be employed to address the many problems associated with healthcare legacy data management.

Calling All Members
NEW! Eligible Professionals: Have You Been Audited?

Share your or your colleague's journeys through the Meaningful Use auditing/attestation process: the good, the bad and everything in between. The Meaningful Use Center of Excellence is building resources to help prepare and guide other EPs through the Meaningful Use attestation process and would like to gain your insights. All contributors will be acknowledged in the online postings on the HIMSS web site. For more information, contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above.

NEW! HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence Community Seeks Members
HIMSS is accepting members for the 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 May 23, 2013. Our guest speaker, Mark Anderson, Manager of Applications and Architecture, Sentara Healthcare, presents "Sentara Healthcare—Journey Toward Self-Service Analytics and Business Intelligence". Mark’s presentation explores Sentara’s voyage in moving toward self-service healthcare analytics and business intelligence.  The presentation details the organization’s analytics framework and the types of tools used to do analytics, shares learnings on how data can inform changes in training, presents tablet-based analytics views, and includes a behind the scenes look at the tools and lessons learned around the maintenance of analytics.  C&BI visualizations leveraging Business Objects on top of Epic and other clinical data sources will be shown and discussed. Participation is open to all current HIMSS members. Register Now. 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 G7 Task Force Seeks Volunteers
HIMSS G7 is a thought leadership and strategic solutions forum comprised of healthcare industry organizations and professionals focused on defining the healthcare financial network of NOW and the future. The HIMSS G7 is the platform for Medical Banking ideas and discussions. The purpose of the HIMSS G7 Task Force is to plan the 36-month road map, select the HIMSS G7 event topics in collaboration with the HIMSS Business Centered Systems and the HIMSS G7 Sponsors, and communicate the G7 Advisory Report recommendations to organizations and policy makers. HIMSS is looking for task force members to represent the following areas: Banks and financial institutions, payers, providers, health IT firms, government, employer groups or those serving employer groups, and consumer groups or those service consumer groups. The HIMSS G7 Task Force will meet once per month for one-hour conference calls. The Task Force Charter for FY14 and conference call schedule will be determined once the task force is formed. If interested, contact Ebony Morgan at the link above.

ICD-10 NPP Physician Engagement and Communications Work Group Seeks Volunteers
The HIMSS/WEDI ICD-10 National Pilot Program is establishing the ICD-10 NPP Physician Engagement and Communications Work Group. This group will primarily be focused on answering questions and addressing the concerns of the physician community. They will also be responsible for advising the National Pilot Program Leadership Team on communications that should be pushed out to the physician community. Participants must be practicing physicians, in any environment, and available to attend weekly/bi-weekly teleconferences during the initial launch period. Frequency of meetings will change over time as directed by the WG chair. If you’d like to learn more about the HIMSS/WEDI ICD-10 National Pilot Program, attend an information session on May 22. If interested, contact Ebony Morgan at the link above.

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. Please join the Payer Roundtable on the third Thursday of the month, 4-5pm Eastern. The next Payer Roundtable meeting will be on May 16, 2013. Participation is open to all current HIMSS members. To join, contact Nancy Devlin at the link above.

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 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.

Meet Our Members

Learn more about this week's featured member

Willa Fields, DNSc, RN, FHIMSSCraig Miller is the vice president within General Dynamics Information Technology, responsible for the Health Strategy and Innovation group. He leads a team of subject matter experts in establishing innovative solutions for clinical practice, medical informatics, quality measures and public health for the company’s clients. Miller also manages teams responsible for developing solutions for health information exchange (HIE), social media and mobile device platforms.

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