BPM+ Health HIMSS Sessions
Detecting Human Trafficking - In the case of human sex trafficking, the best domain for detection and escalation is within the Emergency Department. Please join us as we demonstrate automated interoperable processes that ensure consistent, unbiased, and measurable quality outcomes. Follow the patient as they move through registration, triage, examination, and discharge.
Participating Vendors: Cerner, Redhat, Smile CDR, Trisotech, Visible Systems Corporation
Advance Directives - The Patient's Voice - Patients rightly expect that care will be aligned to their personal values and wishes, yet far too often their voice isn't heard or understood completely. In this vignette, we demonstrate the use of standards-based interoperable technology and intelligent process automation within an emergency department setting. Providing access to the patient's advance healthcare decisions documents in context and enabling the delivery of goal-aligned care for all patients, anytime and anywhere.
Participating Vendors: ADVault Inc, Cerner, HealthFlow, Red Hat, Trisotech
Emerging Approaches to Enterprise Knowledge and Clinical Task Management
Tuesday, March 15 at 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Orange County Convention Center, W307A
While the technology side of HIT has evolved at breakneck pace, advancement around the applied use and distribution of clinical knowledge has not been able to keep up. With the body of knowledge of medicine doubling annually or faster, quality care delivery is increasingly predicated on our ability to represent, ingest, and apply that knowledge at the point of care. Moderated by the VA, this panel discuss will use real-world applications to explore the gaps in this lifecycle, mechanisms to express and use knowledge and workflow to achieve the learning health system, explore example alternative approaches, and examine the future and implications of knowledge when treated as a first-order Enterprise asset.
- Discuss the benefits of managing clinical knowledge external to a health IT system
- Explain the benefit and impact of use of standards-based formalisms to express clinical knowledge
- Define the interrelationship between knowledge standards and how they are applied to clinical decision support and quality management
- Describe the factors that have led to a rise in clinician cognitive burden, and how this approach reduces and addresses these factors
- Identify the benefits of model-driven design as impacting technical agility and system data currency
CREDITS: CAHIMS 1.0, CME 1.0, CNE 1.0, CPHIMS 1.0
AUDIENCE: CIO/CTO/CTIO/Senior IT, CMIO/CMO, CNIO/CNO
How COVID-19 Reshaped Emergency Care
Tuesday, March 15 at 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM EDT
Orange County Convention Center, W209C
Our presentation will provide an overview of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and its efforts to describe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on emergency care using big data aggregated within ACEP's Clinical Emergency Data Registry (CEDR). We will illustrate the data governance, querying and analytics approaches utilized by the ACEP and Yale teams, as well as novel data linkages created using this new resource. This presentation is particularly relevant to public health researchers, informaticists and specialty societies, as well as front-line clinicians and hospitals facing COVID-19-related burdens interested in big data surveillance use cases to address ongoing operational and policy challenges.
- Compare emergency department visits before and during COVID-19
- Analyze impact of COVID-19 on the emergency department workflow
- Build strategies for future success through a sustainable change management
- Exploit the power of big data platforms for public health emergencies, epidemics, and pandemics
- Collaborate with professional societies for bedside innovation
CREDITS: ACHE 1.0, CAHIMS 1.0, CHES 1.0, CME 1.0, CNE 1.0, CPHIMS 1.0
AUDIENCE: Chief Quality, Chief Clin Transformation Officer, CMIO/CMO, Clinical Informaticists
Pawan Goyal, MD, CPHIMS, FHIMSS
How Open Standards Data Fabrics Eliminate Health IT Barriers
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 2:30PM - 3:00PM ET (AWS Booth 1041)
Global health IT community leaders are increasingly implementing open standards like FHIR, CQL and BPM+ Health to meet critical needs. These investments are driving innovation, efficiency and effectiveness gains to improve quality healthcare journeys. Discover best practices for deploying scalable, extensible, and secure open standards data fabrics to unlock ROI's across your health IT ecosystem. And learn how to open standards, future-proof investments and accelerate time to value. Date: Speaker: Dr. Shane McNamee, MD – Executive Director BPM+ Health & Chief Medical Information Officer, Smile CDR
Dr. Shane McNamee, MD
- Booth - 8240-83
- Interoperability Showcase
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Our community comprises cross-discipline groups of professional organizations, clinical societies, and healthcare providers working together to develop and pilot standards-driven healthcare process automation techniques to realize the benefits of Healthcare IT fully.
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Readiness Assessment Maturity Model (RAMM)
Author: Organizational Adoption and Change Management Working Group
It still takes up to 17 years for the latest medical knowledge & best practices to be integrated into clinical workflows. This time lag has devastating consequences for all of healthcare's leading actors (Patient, Provider, Payer) & stands a firm barrier to realizing value-based care outcomes.