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In This Issue — September 11, 2013

Save 20 percent on all HIMSS Books publications • Take the 2013 HIMSS Compensation Survey • Upcoming HIMSS Privacy & Security Forum to focus on security issues facing providers • Attend webinar on HIMSS’ Health IT Value Suite

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What’s New

Save 20% at the HIMSS Books Fall Sale: All Print Books, eBooks and Reports
Through September 30, HIMSS Books is offering a 20 percent discount on all print books, eBooks and reports. Choose from dozens of titles on the hottest health IT topics, including mobile health, clinical & business intelligence, privacy, security, and more. Each of these books was written by and for leading-edge health IT professionals as purpose-driven resources to help you and your organization improve workflow, achieve stakeholder buy-in, and better implement complex, cutting edge solutions from Day 1 to Go-Live. Click the link above to learn more.

Take Part in the 2013 HIMSS Compensation Survey
The HIMSS Compensation Survey is the definitive resource for health IT professionals to compare compensation packages. The survey, conducted biennially by HIMSS, provides overall statistics for trends in the industry, while offering demographic information by facility budget, facility type, geographic region, gender, length of service and professional level. HIMSS members have exclusive access to an on-line salary calculator. This calculator provides powerful benchmarking information; simply enter characteristics (such as job title, gender or geographic region) into the calculator for an average salary for other individuals who hold similar positions. Individuals who are not HIMSS members may also access a summary of the data, or join HIMSS to make full use of the tool. For more information about this study, contact Maggy Tieché, Manager, Research, HIMSS Analytics, at maggy.tieche@himssanalytics.org. Click on the link above to take the survey.

HIMSS Members Get 15% Discount at AHIMA Conference!
HIMSS members will enjoy a 15 percent discount off registration for the AHIMA 85th Convention & Exhibit, August 26-30, in Atlanta. The conference will feature 25 educational tracks and more than 225 exhibitors. Use code: AHIMA13/DISC5 when you register at the link above.

IHE NA Connectathon Registration Opens Sept. 23
Take part in the largest interoperability testing event in North America—the IHE NA Connectathon 2014, Jan. 27-31, 2014, at The Hyatt Regency Chicago. Prepare for registration, open from Sept. 23-Oct. 18. Click the link above to learn more.

ONC’s Fridsma to Keynote IHE NA Connectathon
Dr. Doug Fridsma will provide the opening keynote for the North American Connectathon Conference 2014 on Jan. 29, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. As the Chief Science Officer and Director of the Office of Science and Technology in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and author of Meaningful Use, Dr. Fridsma provides expertise and insights into the many ways that technology and IHE is enabling interoperability. Click the link above to learn more.

Last Chance to Register for the CPHIMS Review Course in Nashville
If you are preparing to get certified as a professional in health information management systems, this is your chance to take the CPHIMS Review Course. Certified CPHIMS Instructor Connie Gladding, MS, MA, CPHIMS, FHIMS, will lead the one-day course, which features a discussion of the topics covered by the exam. You will have the opportunity to learn from the best, and network with your peers. The all-day course will be held Sept. 16, in Music City Center, Nashville. It is offered as a pre-conference event to the Summit of the Southeast. You can also save 20 percent on the essential and best-selling CPHIMS Review Guide, available in print and as an eBook.

Upcoming HIMSS Privacy & Security Forum to Focus on Security Issues Facing Providers
At the 2013 Privacy & Security Forum Veracode CTO Chris Wysopal will present a entitled “Want to Know Where Hackers are Finding Gaps in Your Security?” Wysopal, a former hacker, will detail the vulnerabilities hackers are exploiting today and how they plan to attack in the future. The event, taking place in Boston Sept. 23-24, will provide attendees valuable information around privacy and security critical topics, including developing security programs; responding to breaches; mobile devices; developing compliance programs; gaps in security infrastructure; managing security risks; and creating an effective BYOD program. For registration and more information, click the link above. Be sure to also take advantage of a 20 percent discount on HIMSS Books’ privacy & security collection through Sept. 30. Titles include Information Privacy in the Evolving Healthcare Environment (print/eBook); Implementing Information Security in Healthcare: Managing Risk (print/eBook); and Implementing Information Security in Healthcare: Building a Security Program (print/eBook).

AOL Co-Founder Steve Case and Ether Dyson to Join mHealth Summit Fireside Chat on The Re-Imagination of Healthcare
StartUp Health CEO, Steven Krein will moderate a fireside chat at the 2013 mHealth Summit featuring Steve Case and Esther Dyson - two luminary figures in the entrepreneur/investor space. Don’t miss this dynamic exchange which will explore how the Golden Age of Entrepreneurship is creating an innovation landscape for entrepreneurs and investors like we've never been seen before in healthcare, and why this is creating an epic decade of transformation and progress that will impact innovation in healthcare.  There has never been a more exciting time to be an entrepreneur or investor in the digital health and wellness space.  The healthcare industry is being transformed and disrupted as we know it through a digital and mobile health revolution which is rapidly changing the future of healthcare and our health and wellness. For summit registration and more information, click the link above. Be sure to also take advantage of a 20 percent discount on HIMSS Books’ best-seller mHealth: From Smartphone to Smart Systems (print/eBook) through Sept. 30.

Tools & Resources

NEW! Emerging Professionals Webinar: HIMSS Health IT Value Suite
Attendees will learn about the HIMSS Health IT Value Suite and the framework that enables a discussion of value of IT applications. This event takes place on Friday, Sept. 13, and will be hosted by Patricia B. Wise, RN, MS, MA, FHIMSS, COL (USA ret’d), Vice President, Healthcare Information Systems, HIMSS. Click the link above to register.

NEW! HIMSS and SANS Collaboration Offers Discounted Training to Members
HIMSS is proud to announce its collaboration with the SANS Institute. As a result of this collaboration, SANS is offering significantly discounted training to HIMSS members. HIMSS members will be able to access world-class security training to help better equip themselves and their organizations. Training offered includes “Securing the Human End User” security-awareness training and other on-demand technical courses at deeply discounted rates. This discounted training is available through HIMSS through Oct. 31. Click the link above to learn more. In addition, HIMSS will host a complimentary webinar on “Practical Steps for Assessing Tablet and Mobile Device Security” on Sept. 10.

Purchase HIMSS Books Subscriptions for Your Entire Organization at One Low Price
Access a library of knowledge for your entire organization in the palm of your hand—Introducing the HIMSS Books Subscription Program. Purchase a subscription to our entire eBook library or customized packages for your company, community or organization. The Subscription Program allows for concurrent knowledge delivery—allowing you and your staff to learn, grow and apply as a team. To learn more about the program and our competitive rates, contact libraries@impelsys.com or download the order form at the link above.

Attend Health IT 101 Basic Training during National Health IT Week
National Health IT Week is just around the corner (September 16-20, 2013).  Learn about health IT policy and programs from the ground up by participating in the Health IT 101 Basic Training on Wednesday, September 18th, 1:00-3:30 pm, in Washington, DC. This informative learning opportunity, a collaboration of HIMSS and the e-Health Initiative, is free and open to the public.  Click the link above for more information and to register.

NEW! Corporate Member White Paper: Applying Smarter Technology for Smarter Documentation Improvement
Clinical documentation—the information that a doctor/practitioner captures about the patient encounter—serves a critical role in the healthcare system. It is a central component to driving better patient care, provides an audit trail of the care delivered, serves as a legal document, and impacts reimbursement amounts. Click the link above to read more.

NEW! Corporate Member White Paper: The 50 Million Dollar Question
Dan Scully, CEO at Buffalo Medical in New York, calls it "the 50 million dollar question"; as healthcare reform necessitates a shift from a fee-for-service reimbursement model to a value-based model, does the laboratory offer enough value in service and speed of results to convince practice administrators that it needs to stay safely ensconced within the facility? Click the link above to read more.

NEW! Corporate Member White Paper: Financial Clearance—Survival Tips for Today's Tough Market
Are you having difficulties with establishing a strong Patient Financial Clearance Program? Is your organization experiencing continued declines in patient revenue? With the emergence of the government’s Pay for Performance Programs, including Value-Based Purchasing and the Medicare Accountable Care Act, hospitals are being driven to find creative ways to secure out-of-pocket patient revenue. Read this Corporate Member white paper from Tango2 at the link above. Click the link above to read more.

Sponsored Content

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Healthcare data is growing exponentially, largely as a result of the meaningful use of health IT—EHRs in particular. As data grows, so does the need for storing, managing, accessing and protecting these critical assets. To gain insight into the complex challenges of data and information management in healthcare, HIMSS Media surveyed 416 healthcare professionals in December 2012 and January 2013. This white paper outlines these survey results, and also looks at the applications and business needs that are driving healthcare providers’ data growth, and the areas within their organizations that will receive infrastructure investments in 2013.

From Evidence to Insight: Achieving Outcomes That Matter
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Big Data in Healthcare: Tackling Challenges, Pursuing Opportunities
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Calling All Members

NEW! Volunteer for the IHE NA Connectathon 2014
IHE USA is seeking volunteers for the IHE NA Connectathon 2014 Monitor Team. Monitors use their skills and expertise to review and verify interoperability tests performed by participating organizations at the North American Connectathon: Jan. 27-31, 2014, in downtown Chicago. Learn more about IHE USA’s Monitor team and requirements for application at the link above.

NEW! Interoperability Challenges? Submit New Work for 2013-2014 IHE Publication Cycle
Demand for interoperable systems is gaining national attention. Is your organization pressured to find an effective solution? IHE International has been developing interoperable based standards, IHE Profiles, for the HIT industry since 1998. Today, IHE is looking for your organization to speak up. Submit your challenges to IHE and become a part of the solution. IHE International’s call for new work items closes Sept. 29. Click the link above to learn more.

NEW! HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) Community
Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) has the power to help you positively impact patient care, delivery, health outcomes, and business operation. The HIMSS C&BI Community supports activities that promote peer-to-peer networking, problem solving, solution sharing and education. Through membership, you will obtain practical knowledge and guidance to help you effectively manage and use data. The Community holds monthly Virtual Events on the fourth Thursday from 1-2 p.m. (ET). Join the Community for our next meeting on Sept. 26. Guest speaker Monica Horvath, PhD, Duke University will present “An Analytics Framework for Evaluating the Return on Health for Deployment of an Enterprise EHR”. Many health systems are deploying certified EHR technology in order to address the changing regulatory and reimbursement landscape. Duke Medicine has created an analytics team dedicated to evaluating the benefits and unintended consequences of an enterprise EHR deployment across 2 community hospitals, several hundred clinics, and an academic medical center. You will learn how to create strategic objectives for benefits realization, align a benefits realization workgroup to other organizational analytic activities, and understand the challenges in scoping projects while managing a small analytics team. Join the Community today. For more information and to review and listen to past events, visit the C&BI Community web site.

NEW! HIMSS C&BI Data and Analytics Task Force Seeks Members
HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) efforts empower members with practical guidance and unbiased information about how to harness the power of healthcare data. The HIMSS C&BI Data and Analytics Task Force is accepting members to help create the tools and resources providers and provider organizations need to manage, integrate and aggregate the necessary information to support robust data and analysis that will facilitate effective reporting by translating data into meaningful knowledge, resulting in improved quality, clinical and financial outcomes. Monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday, 1-2 p.m. (ET). Our next meeting will be Sept. 17. 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. Contact Nancy Devlin for further information.

NEW! HIMSS C&BI Population Health Task Force Seeks Members
HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) efforts empower members with practical guidance and unbiased information about how to harness the power of healthcare data. The new HIMSS C&BI Population Health Task Force is accepting members to help create the tools and resources – including tactical C&BI strategies around data and analytics, and strategies for organizational planning and patient engagement – to help healthcare organizations use C&BI to execute population health management initiatives. The meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month, 2-3 p.m. (ET). Our first meeting will be Sept. 10. 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. Contact Nancy Devlin for further information.

NEW! HIMSS Accountable Care Task Force Seeks Members
The Accountable Care Task Force is accepting members to help create tools and resources providers, hospitals, integrated delivery networks, health plans and other stakeholders need to achieve the industry transition from volume to value based healthcare through Accountable Care Organizations. The meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Our next meeting will be on Sept. 11, from 2-3 p.m. (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. Contact Nancy Devlin, for further information.

NEW! HIMSS Value of Operationalizing the Data Task Force Seeks Members
HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) efforts empower members with practical guidance and unbiased information about how to harness the power of healthcare data. The HIMSS C&BI Value of Operationalizing the Data Task Force is accepting members to help create the tools and resources focused on industry use cases. The use cases highlight best practices and lessons learned by providers and provider organizations using information to drive improved business and clinical decision-making. The meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month, 1:00-2:00 p.m. (ET. To sign up for the Task Force, contact Nancy Devlin

NEW! Share Your Career Story
HIMSS is looking for health IT leaders who are willing to share their “pearls of wisdom” and advice with our Emerging Professionals group via a monthly webinar series. To facilitate the adoption of the meaningful use of health IT, projections by the U. S. Department of Labor estimates that over 50,000 new professionals will be added to the already existing complement of health IT professionals. HIMSS has placed great emphasis on the HIT Emerging Professional, those with five years or less work experience in health IT, by creating the HIMSS Emerging Professionals group. We will host a series of monthly, informational webinars that meet on the second Friday of the month at 12 p.m.-1 p.m. (CT). If interested in presenting, send your contact information and a short description (30-50 words) of your presentation to the e-mail link above. To view recordings of past webinars, click here.

HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) Community
Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) has the power to help you positively impact patient care, delivery, health outcomes, and business operation. The HIMSS C&BI Community supports activities that promote peer-to-peer networking, problem solving, solution sharing and education. Through membership, you will obtain practical knowledge and guidance to help you effectively manage and use data. The Community holds monthly Virtual Events on the fourth Thursday of the month from 1-2 p.m. (ET). Join the Community for our next meeting on Sept. 26. Guest speaker Monica Horvath, PhD, Duke University will present “Duke Maestro Care Benefits Realization Project Framework,” which will describe the Duke Maestro Care business case for Duke Medicine; define the outcome and process metrics attributable to the Duke Maestro Care Software, workflows, and deployment decisions and seek to understand what factors shape these metrics (data mining & modeling); and explore the lessons learned in developing a benefits strategy in an environment of extreme change. Join the Community today. For more information and to review and listen to past events, visit the C&BI Community web site.

HIMSS C&BI Data and Analytics Task Force Seeks Members
HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) efforts empower members with practical guidance and unbiased information about how to harness the power of healthcare data. The HIMSS C&BI Data and Analytics Task Force is accepting members to help create the tools and resources providers and provider organizations need to manage, integrate and aggregate the necessary information to support robust data and analysis that will facilitate effective reporting by translating data into meaningful knowledge, resulting in improved quality, clinical and financial outcomes. Monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month, 1-2 p.m. (ET). Our next meeting will be Sept. 17. 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. Contact Nancy Devlin for further information.

HIMSS C&BI Population Health Task Force Seeks Members
HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) efforts empower members with practical guidance and unbiased information about how to harness the power of healthcare data. The new HIMSS C&BI Population Health Task Force is accepting members to help create the tools and resources – including tactical C&BI strategies around data and analytics, and strategies for organizational planning and patient engagement – to help healthcare organizations use C&BI to execute population health management initiatives. The meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month, 2-3 p.m. (ET). Our first meeting will be Sept. 10. 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. Contact Nancy Devlin for further information.

HIMSS Accountable Care Task Force Seeks Members
The Accountable Care Task Force is accepting members to help create tools and resources providers, hospitals, integrated delivery networks, health plans and other stakeholders need to achieve the industry transition from volume to value based healthcare through Accountable Care Organizations. The meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Our next meeting will be on Sept. 11, from 2-3 p.m. (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. Contact Nancy Devlin, for further information.

Calling All Concierge & Retainer Based Medical Practices
HIMSS is collaborating on an academic study on "concierge" medical practices (e.g., retainer medicine, direct primary care, other types of fee for care preventative medicine). Please take a moment to complete and help us promote this survey. Eligible participants include physicians that either own or partially own the concierge practices; office managers with 1+ years of experience at the practice (in lieu of the physician); or any one physician at medium to large practices (greater than 10 physicians at the practice). You will receive a small incentive (Amazon gift card or a donation to the charity of your choice) in exchange for your time and willingness to participate via e-mail. The Factors Affecting Concierge Medicine Research is being conducted by Divya Srinivasan, PhD, Public Policy Student, George Mason University. Contact her directly by e-mail if you prefer to answer questions through a phone or in-person interview or if you have any other questions. Click on the link above to complete the survey.

Chapter Advocacy Roundtable Seeks Members
HIMSS mobilizes its members to engage in various advocacy activities. State chapters are encouraged to designate one or more of their members to act as a “lead” for advocacy events, campaigns and outreach initiatives. Generally given the title “Chapter Advocate”, these leaders are also often identified as Advocacy Chairs, Advocacy Co-Chairs or Advocacy Liaison. Chapter Advocates across the United States connect with one another through the Chapter Advocacy Roundtable (CAR). Once a year, Chapter Advocates have an opportunity to visit Washington, D.C. to attend an off-site training seminar and participate in HIMSS Public Policy Summit. This year’s annual Chapter Advocacy Roundtable training will take place on Sept. 18, at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Please click the link above to register for the Policy Summit. Contact Julie Brown, Technology Solutions Coordinator at for further information.

Patient Engagement Technologies Task Force
Do you always have the latest gadgets and apps? Do you know the difference a telehome and telehealth? Join us as we help providers learn how to leverage emerging patient engagement technologies to improve the health and overall wellbeing of their patients. The task force will meet on the third Monday of the month at noon eastern. All current HIMSS members may participate. For more information, contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above.

The Value of Patient Engagement Through Health IT Task Force
Bring your passion for improving patient health and strengthening the partnership between providers and their patients to this new HIMSS task force. Help build tools, resources and provide industry leadership while focusing on the four "pillars" of successful patient engagement: Wellness and prevention; behavioral and social health; home health; and financial health. The task meets on the second Tuesday of the month from 3-4 p.m. ET. All current HIMSS members may participate. For more information, contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above.

Patient Engagement/Social Media Task Force
Be heard! Write blogs, participate in online discussions and social media events through the Social Media Task Force. Work with your peers to develop strategies to help inform and encourage providers to e-engage with patients and caregivers through social media platforms and help promote HIMSS' patient engagement efforts. This task force meets on the first Thursday of the month at noon eastern. All current HIMSS members may participate. For more information, contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above.

Continuity of Care Task Force
It's of the upmost importance that clinicians use electronic health records and HIT to coordinate care in the ambulatory healthcare setting. The Continuity of Care Task Force will create resources and tools that promote and utilize IT to coordinate care amongst healthcare providers to provide better patient outcomes. This group will examine the role of HIT in the primary care setting as it relates to coordinating care with acute setting, Accountable Care Organizations and within Patient-Centered Medical Homes. The task force meets on the second Monday of the month at 2 pm ET. All current HIMSS members may participate. For more information, contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above.

The Value of HIT and Meaningful Use Task Force
Help practices look beyond EHR implementation to the realization of the potential benefits of health IT. This work group will create and collect a library of success stories that show the full value that small medical practices and eligible providers can realize by using health information technologies. This task force meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1 pm ET. For more information, contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above.

Ambulatory Advocacy & Public Comment Work Group
Help solicit and provide feedback on legislation and public comments on regulations impacting HIT in the ambulatory care setting. This work group meets via e-mail and communicates through email as-needed in response to calls for feedback. All current HIMSS members may participate. For more information, contact Valerie Knoke at the e-mail link above.

Members In Action

Learn more about this week's featured member

Marlowe Schaeffer, JD, DO Jeff Hawley, BS, CLS, FHIMSS, Principal with Impact Advisors, is the chair for the Chapter Task Force for HIMSS National. He has been a member of HIMSS since 1997 and a member of the Northern California HIMSS Chapter (NCAL chapter) board for 10 years. He has been an officer of the chapter for six years having served as President twice and Treasurer twice. In addition, he has been a reviewer and moderator for the National HIMSS Education Committee for five years.

Hawley has a combined background in clinical laboratory medicine, information technology, healthcare vendor experience, and IT healthcare consulting. He is a clinical laboratory scientist by training, with experience in clinical and anatomic pathology.

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