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Title: Public Health Data Standards Consortium http://www.phdsc.org


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Public Health Data Standards Consortium
http//www.phdsc.org
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PUBLIC HEALTH DATA STANDARDS CONSORTIUM 2010
BUSINESS MEETING November 3-4, 2010,
Hyattsville, MD
The Presidents Address Donald T. Mon,
PhD Donald.Mon_at_ahima.org President Public Health
Data Standards Consortium Baltimore, Maryland,
USA
A put on your thinking cap, food for thought,
session. Add your thoughts!
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The Learning Healthcare System (LHS) Electronic
Infrastructure
  • A series of 3 workshops hosted by the IOM,
    sponsored by ONC
  • Looked at what health and healthcare will look
    like in 2020 healthcare as a complex system
  • What the electronic infrastructure (an ultra
    large scale system ULSS) will have to do to
    support the LHS of 2020
  • Parts of the electronic infrastructure are
    already being implemented today
  • Changes the way we look at things
  • Public health can play a major role in shaping
    the LHS of 2020

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  • What Will Public health
  • Look Like in 2020
  • and
  • How Does PHDSC Fit into That Vision?

5
Outline
  • Sector transformation, sector unity
  • National health IT agenda
  • Where is public health now and where do we want
    it to be in 2020?
  • Where is public health IT adoption now and where
    do we want it to be in 2020?
  • What is the role of PHDSC in all of the
    activities that comprise this road map?

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Sector Transformation, Sector Unity
  • Companies
  • AHIMA
  • College of American Pathologists (CAP)
  • Sectors
  • Long Term Care
  • Behavioral Health
  • Child Health
  • Emergency Services
  • Clinical Research
  • Pharmacy
  • Dental

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PHDSC Business Case Public Health in HIT
Standardization
  • National HIT standardization process requires
    collective input from public health on what
    public health issues need to be addressed in
    national interoperable HIT standards.
  • This input needs to be collaboratively
    developed, put through the national HIT
    standardization process and uniformly
    implemented.
  • Public Healths Organized Voice on HIT
    Standards will have to take on a character
    reflective of this reality.

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PHDSC Business Case Public Health in HIT
Standardization
  • We define Public Healths Organized Voice on HIT
    Standards as an open, transparent, participatory
    process of harmonizing program-specific and
    jurisdictional needs with national HIT
    interoperability standards by working with HIT
    standardization entities on various phases of HIT
    standardization

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Public Health Sector Transformation Unity
Source AHIMA
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Outline
  • Sector transformation, sector unity
  • National health IT agenda
  • Where is public health now and where do we want
    it to be in 2020?
  • Where is public health IT adoption now and where
    do we want it to be in 2020?
  • What is the role of PHDSC in all of the
    activities that comprise this road map?

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Goals Healthy People 2010
  • Healthy People 2010 goals
  • Increase quality and years of healthy life
  • Eliminate health disparity
  • Leading Health Indicators reflect major health
    concerns
  • Physical activity
  • Obesity
  • Tobacco use
  • Substance abuse
  • Responsible sexual behavior
  • Mental health
  • Injury and violence
  • Environmental Quality
  • Immunization
  • Access to healthcare
  • Healthy People 2020 will be published in 2010

Source CDC Healthy People 2010. URL
http//www.cdc.gov/nchs/healthy_people.htm
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Healthy People 2020
  • Healthy People 2020 proposed objectives
  • Adolescent Health, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, and
    Chronic Back Conditions, Blood Disorders and
    Blood Safety, Cancer, Chronic Kidney Diseases,
    Diabetes, Disability and Secondary Conditions,
    Early and Middle Childhood, Educational and
    Community-Based Programs, Environmental Health,
    Family Planning, Food Safety, Genomics, Global
    Health, Health Communication and Health IT,
    Healthcare-Associated Infections, Hearing and
    Other Sensory or Communication Disorders, (Ear,
    Nose Throat - Voice, Speech, and Language), Heart
    Disease and Stroke, HIV, Immunization and
    Infectious Diseases, Injury and Violence
    Prevention, Maternal, Infant and Child Health,
    Medical Product Safety, Mental Health and Mental
    Disorders, Nutrition and Weight Status,
    Occupational Safety and Health, Older Adults,
    Oral Health, Physical Activity and Fitness,
    Public Health Infrastructure, Quality of Life and
    Well-Being, Respiratory Diseases, Sexually
    Transmitted Diseases, Social Determinants of
    Health, Substance Abuse, Tobacco Use, Vision

Source HHS. Healthy People 2020.
URLhttp//www.healthypeople.gov/hp2020/Objectives
/TopicAreas.aspx
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National Health IT Agenda
Meaningful Use of Health IT http//healthit.hhs.go
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cy Security and Health IT http//healthit.hhs.go
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Implementing Meaningful Use of Health IT in
Public Health Stage 1
  • The following pubic health programs are included
    in the Meaningful Use of Health IT- Stage 1
    (2011)
  • Laboratory data reporting to public health
    agencies
  • Immunization data reporting to public health
    agencies
  • Syndromic surveillance data reporting to public
    health agencies
  • IF
  • public health agencies can electronically receive
    them.

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Implementing Meaningful Use of Health IT Public
Health Influencing the Next 2 Stages
2015-2016
Future CMS Rule
2013-2016
Future CMS Rule
2011-2012
Current CMS NPRM
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HITECH Programs
  • The Health Information Technology for Economic
    and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act programs are
    designed to provide the assistance and technical
    support to providers, enable coordination and
    alignment within and among states, establish
    connectivity to the public health community in
    case of emergencies, and assure the workforce is
    properly trained and equipped to be meaningful
    users of EHRs.
  • State Health Information Exchange Cooperative
    Agreement Program
  • Health Information Technology Extension Program
  • Strategic Health IT Advanced Research Projects
    (SHARP) Program
  • Community College Consortia to Educate Health
    Information Technology Professionals Program
  • Curriculum Development Centers Program
  • Program of Assistance for University-Based
    Training
  • Competency Examination for Individuals Completing
    Non-Degree Training Program
  • Beacon Community Program

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Source AHIMA
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Privacy Security and Health IT
Coordinated attention at the Federal and State
levels is needed both to develop and implement
appropriate privacy and security policies. Only
by engaging all stakeholders, particularly
consumers, can health information be protected
and electronically exchanged in a manner that
respects variations in individuals views on
privacy and access. URL http//healthit.hhs.gov/
portal/server.pt?open512objID1147parentnameCo
mmunityPageparentid32mode2in_hi_userid11113
cachedtrue
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Source Fridsma D. Standards and
Interoperability Framework Principles and
Processes. HIT Standards Committee. September 21,
2010. URL http//healthit.hhs.gov/portal/server.p
t?open512objID1817parentnameCommunityPagepar
entid28mode2in_hi_userid11673cachedtrue
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PHDSC Business Case HIT Standardization Phases, Products and Entities PHDSC Business Case HIT Standardization Phases, Products and Entities PHDSC Business Case HIT Standardization Phases, Products and Entities PHDSC Business Case HIT Standardization Phases, Products and Entities PHDSC Business Case HIT Standardization Phases, Products and Entities PHDSC Business Case HIT Standardization Phases, Products and Entities PHDSC Business Case HIT Standardization Phases, Products and Entities
HIT Standardization Phases Needs Priorities Development Maintenance Selection Harmonization Testing/Trial Implementation Certification Deployment
Goals What should be accomplished? What are the standards? What standards to use? Show what can be accomplished Certify standards-based products Deploy standards-based products
HIT Standards and Interoperability Framework Development Entities HIT Policy Committee HIT Standards Committee (Formerly AHIC, to be superseded pending ONC decisions) SDOs (e.g., HL7, SNOMED (IHTSDO), LOINC, ASC X12, NUBC, ISO TC215) IHE (Formerly HITSP, to be superseded pending ONC decisions) NHIN IHE Certification Entities (CCHIT, Drummond Group, Inc) Proposed IHE PHDSC Deployment Workshops
Standards Documents Use Cases (Description of the health information exchanges) Standards Interoperability Specifications Technical Frameworks Integration Profiles Test Reports Functional Profiles Certification Criteria Deployment Reports
On-going Activities ( 2008-now) On-going Activities ( 2008-now) Developed methodology for public health participation in HIT standards development harmonization. Developed methodology for public health participation in HIT standards development harmonization. Developed methodology for public health participation in HIT standards development harmonization. Developed methodology for public health participation in HIT standards development harmonization. Developed methodology for public health participation in HIT standards development harmonization.
New Activities (2010-11) New Activities (2010-11) Develop methodology for public health participation in HIT product testing and certification Develop methodology for public health participation in HIT product testing and certification Develop methodology for public health participation in HIT product testing and certification Develop methodology for public health participation in HIT product testing and certification Develop methodology for public health participation in HIT product testing and certification
Future Activities Future Activities Develop methodology for evaluation of standard-based HIT products (HIT adoption) Develop methodology for evaluation of standard-based HIT products (HIT adoption) Develop methodology for evaluation of standard-based HIT products (HIT adoption) Develop methodology for evaluation of standard-based HIT products (HIT adoption) Develop methodology for evaluation of standard-based HIT products (HIT adoption)
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Public Health and HIT Standardization To Date Public Health and HIT Standardization To Date Public Health and HIT Standardization To Date Public Health and HIT Standardization To Date Public Health and HIT Standardization To Date Public Health and HIT Standardization To Date Public Health and HIT Standardization To Date
HIT Standardiza-tion Phases Needs Priorities Development Maintenance Selection Harmonization Testing /Trial Implementation Certification Deploy-ment
Goals What should be accomplished? What are the standards? What standards to use? Show what can be accomplished Certify standards-based products Deploy standards-based products
Public Health Domains Undergoing Standardiza-tion AHIC / MU Biosurveillance Immunization ELR Public Health Reporting Newborn Screening Vital Records Biosurveillance Immunization ELR Public Health Reporting Newborn Screening Vital Records Cancer Biosurveillance Immunization ELR Public Health Reporting Hearing Screening Vital Records Cancer Hearing Screening Vital Records Cancer Hearing Screening Vital Records Cancer
?
PHDSC Projects
ONC Standards and Interopera-bility Framework
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Joint Public Health Informatics Task Force (JPHIT)
  • Consensus Framework for Advancing Pubic Health
    Informatics
  • JPHIT Meaningful Use Action Plan

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Benefits of a Public Private Collaborative
Source AHIMA
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Federal Government (HHS, Commerce, etc.)
NCVHS
ISO TC 215 Delegated Secretariat
CDC
CMS
FDA
AHRQ
ONC
Other Committees
International Standards Development
HIT Policy Committee
NIST
NCI
Other
HIT Standards Committee
US TAG Delegated Administrator
Standards Interoperability, NIEM Frameworks
US Standards Collaborative Convener
NeHC
Elev/Comm International Standards
Standards Coordination
Standards Harmon-ization
Testability
Other ONC Committees
Providers
SDOs
Certification Bodies
Payers
Quality
Research
Public Health
Vendors
Source AHIMA
Standards Collaborative Process
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Collect Once, Repurpose Many Times
Source AHIMA
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Collect Once, Repurpose Many Times
Source AHIMA
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Outline
  • Definitions and goals
  • National health IT agenda
  • Where is public health now and where do we want
    it to be in 2020?
  • Where is public health IT adoption now and where
    do we want it to be in 2020?
  • What is the role of PHDSC in all of the
    activities that comprise this road map?

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Tasks for The Meeting
  • Define PHDSCs View of Public Healths Sector
    Strategy
  • Where is public health now and where do we want
    it to be in 2020?
  • Where is public health IT adoption now and where
    do we want it to be in 2020?
  • What is the role of PHDSC in all of the
    activities that comprise this road map?

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Task for The Meeting
  • Define PHDSCs View of Public Healths Sector
    Strategy

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