Friday, November 18, 2011

Videos: 2011 ONC Annual Meeting

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) held its 2011 ONC Annual Meeting this week. Much of the event was webcast and their was some great discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #ONCMeeting. Below is a menu of the videos from the sessions:

Opening Remarks
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Plenary: The Ice Has Broken!
David Blumenthal, Samuel O. Thier Professor of Medicine and Professor of Health Care Policy at Massachusetts General Hospital/Partners HealthCare System and Harvard Medical School

Farzad Mostashari, MD, ScM, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), HHS
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Acceleration and Tipping Points
Moderator: Josh Seidman, Director, Meaningful Use, ONC
Topics to be discussed include:
Speaker: Troy Trygstad, PharmD, MBA, PhD, Director of the Network Pharmacist Program, Community Care of North Carolina
EHR Adoption
Speaker: Carol L. Steltenkamp, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Information Officer, Associate Professor Pediatrics, University of Kentucky; Director, Kentucky Regional Extension Center
Informed Transitions
Speaker: Holly Miller, MD, MBA, FHIMSS, Chief Medical Officer, MedAllies
Consumer E-Health
Speaker: Ted Eytan, MD, MS, MPH, Director, The Permanente Foundation, Kaiser Permanente
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Keynote: Achieving Big Changes
Jay Walker, Curator, TEDMED Conference
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Interactive Session: Privacy and Security - You can do it!
Moderator: Joy Pritts, Chief Privacy Officer, ONC
Speaker: Leon Rodriguez, Director, HHS Office for Civil Rights
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Keynote Presentation
Rick Gilfillan, MD, Acting Director, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
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Getting it Done
Moderator: Claudia Williams, Director, State Health Information Exchange (HIE) Program, ONC
Speakers from the State HIE, Regional Extension Centers, Workforce, Beacon Communities, and SHARP programs will discuss progress, challenges, and solutions.
HIE Grantee
Speaker: Harris Frankel, MD, Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC); Medical Director, UNMC Clinical Neurosciences Center;Â President, Nebraska Health Information Initiative (NeHII)
REC Grantee
Speaker: Lisa Rawlins, Executive Director, South Florida Regional Extension Center
SHARP Grantee
Speaker: Josh C. Mandel, MD, Research Faculty, Children's Hospital Boston & Harvard Medical School
Workforce Grantees
Speaker: Norma Morganti, Executive Director, Midwest Community College Health Information Technology Consortium, Cuyahoga Community College
Speaker: Julie A. Jacko, PhD, Professor of Public Health, University of Minnesota; Principal Investigator and Director, University Partnership for Health Informatics (UP - HI)
Beacon Grantee
Speaker: Julie Schilz, BSN, MBA, Director, Community Collaboratives and Practice Transformation, Colorado Beacon Consortium
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Meaningful Use is the Foundation for Better Care
Moderator: Janet Wright, MD, Executive Director, Million Hearts Initiative, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
A series of four presentations focusing on how meaningful use can be used to transform care.
Improving the Quality, Safety, and Efficiency of Patient Care
Speaker: Peter Basch, MD, FACP, Medical Director, Ambulatory EHRÂ and Health IT Policy, MedStar Health
Engaging Patients and Families
Speaker: Christopher H. Tashjian, MD, FAAF, Rural Family Physician, Ellsworth Medical Clinic
Improving Care Coordination
Speaker: Deb Aldridge, MSN, RN-BC, Beacon Program Director, Community Care of Southern Piedmont
Improving Population and Public Health
Speaker: Bruce D. Greenstein, Secretary, Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals
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IT Bricks and Mortar to Optimize Patient Centered Medical Homes
This session will showcase concrete examples of how information technology-enabled Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) care models have led to improvements in health outcomes. Panelists will discuss their use of strategies and tools (such as registries, clinical decision support and panel management) to increase IT-enabled PCMH-effectiveness in a variety of healthcare settings, and will discuss how to support better uptake and spread of promising practices. Questions the panelists will address include:
What are the high yield HIT investments to optimize PCMH cost, quality and population health outcomes?
What are the key operational learnings for practices across the country?
What should other stakeholders (i.e., payers, employers, state government, vendors) consider to improve IT-enabled PCMH performance?
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Closing Remarks
Aneesh Chopra, United States Chief Technology Officer, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President
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Which of these presentations was your favorite?

1 comment:

  1. Why do you keep trying to get the government to take over healthcare???