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  2. 2. Model of EHR/EMR
  3. 3. Syllabus learning outcomes  Unit-iv  Total hours theory : 04 hrs  Total practical hours : 04 hrs  To explain the use of electronic health records in nursing practices  To describe the latest trends in electronic health records standards and interoperability
  4. 4. Teaching and learning activities  Lecture method  Discussion method  Practice on simulated EHS system  Practical session  Visit to health informatic deparment of a hospital to understand the use of EHR in nursing practice
  5. 5. Abbreviation  EHR-Electronic Health Record  EMR-Electronic Medical Record  PHR-patient Health Record  NHIN-National Health Information Network  CPR-computer Based Patient Record  HITECH-Health Information Technology For Economic and Clinical health Act  MIPPA-Medicare Improvement for patient and provider Act
  6. 6. Continued  HIE-health Information Exchanges  HIT-Health Information Technology  PMS-Practice of management System  PDA-personal Digital Assistant  ROI-Return Of Investment  ARRA-American Recovery and Reinvestment Act  CMS-Centre for Medicare and Medicaid services  PACS- Picture Archiving and communication System  HIPPA-
  7. 7. Terminology
  8. 8. Learning objectives  To introduce the topic  To define the EHR and EMR  To enlist the purpose of EMR/EHR  To discuss the health care standard  To describe the application of EMR in hospital services  To explain the data privacy and security
  9. 9. Definition of EMR What is EMR?  An electronic medical record (EMR) is a digital version of the patient-specific medical information that is traditionally kept in a paper "chart" or medical record
  10. 10. Meaning of EMR  Electronic medical health record means health related information on an individual within one health organization .  An EHR system is a computerized, organized collection of individual patients’ healthcare information in a digital format  Functions  – Store  – Share  – Transmit electronic data
  11. 11. Concept of EMR/EHR  EHR programs collect health information for individual patients in inpatient and outpatient settings  – Saves in a digital format  – Collects information that is typical of what you would see in paper records  – Interfaces with external healthcare computer programs  – Transmits labs, orders, prescriptions, and results electronically  – Produces comprehensive reports on diagnoses and diseases for governmental reporting
  12. 12. Purpose of EMR Purpose of EMR Provide the electronic equivalent of the patient chart Bring together all of the data about a patient into a single source Support patient care and improve its quality Support and enhance physician decision making  provide individual health related information in printed form
  13. 13. Health care standard EMR
  14. 14. Standardized clinical Health Records
  15. 15. Hospital base medical devices connectivity
  16. 16. EMR application scope
  17. 17. Out patient uses of EMR
  18. 18. Drawing application of EMR
  19. 19. In patient Record of EMR
  20. 20. Patient link base health record
  21. 21. Equipment interface and PACS
  22. 22. Imaging interface
  23. 23. EMR interfaces
  24. 24. Data Privacy Protected Health Information Information that relates to patient past, present, or future, physical or mental health or condition of an individual Information regarding payment for the healthcare to an individual Information regarding the delivery of health services Information is or can be reasonably identifiable Information is transmitted or held in electronic form or any other form or medium, including paper
  25. 25. Data security use of EMR Administrative safeguards Security management process Assigned security Responsibility Workforce security Information access management Security awareness training Security incident procedures Contingency plan Evaluation Business associate contracts & others Physical Safeguards Facility access controls Workstation use Workstation security Device and media controls Technical Safeguards Access controls Audit controls Integrity Person or entity authentication Transmission security
  26. 26. Assessment method  Essay  Short answer  Objectives  Checklist
  27. 27. Quesions
  28. 28. Summary  Till now we discussed about EMR and its significance of health care services like , meaning, aim, purpose, standard, application , challenges of patient information in computer form, interfaces, data security etc.
  29. 29. Conclusion  I hope you all understand about the electronic health records and importance in health care services. If you got chance to do application of knowledge and skill in EHR/EMR of future. Will you all able to apply this knowledge confidently without any interruption.
  30. 30. References
  31. 31. Thank you
  32. 32. Electronic health records (EHR)  Learning objectives :  Illustrate the steps in creating a new patient record and correcting an existing record using EHR software.  Describe some of the capabilities of EHR software programs.  Explain how you might alleviate a patient’s security fears surrounding the use of EHR.
  33. 33. Continued
  34. 34. EHR terminology
  35. 35. Introduction Electronic health records  Eliminates duplication forms Simply review information  Electronic health records enable a specialist to have a patient’s information before the patient arrives at the office.  No need to fill out the patient’s medical history each time.  The specialist only has to review the information with the patient to verify that everything is correct.
  36. 36. Definition of EHR  Electronic health record means health related information on an individual across the more than one health organization.
  37. 37. Trends in EHR
  38. 38. Purpose of patient record  Purpose of a Patient (medical) Record “to recall observations, to inform others, to instruct students, to gain knowledge, to monitor performance, and to justify interventions” Reiser, S. (1991).
  39. 39. A Brief History of Electronic Medical Records  Paper records becoming inadequate  Medical errors due to Lost or misfiled records  Mishandled patient messages  Inaccurate and illegible documents  Mislabeled or illegible lab or medication orders
  40. 40. History of the Electronic Health Record  Purpose:  – To improve patient medical care by having information accessible for informed medical decision making Started:  – 1960s First Facilities to use EHR Systems:  – Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota  – University Hospital in Burlington, Vermont  – Latter Day Saints Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah History of EHR
  41. 41. Continued  Improved Functionality:  – 1960-1980s Enter Independent Medical Offices:  – 1990s  – Called practice management systems  – Designed for fiscal management  Vendors Proliferate:  – 2000s  Governmental Mandates and Funding:  – Current  – Causing acceleration of EHRs
  42. 42. Learning Outcome:  List four medical mistakes that will be greatly decreased through the use of EHR.  In the early 1990s, it became apparent that paper medical records were inadequate.  The increasing need for coordination of care, rising healthcare costs, and the alarming increase in medical errors. Most of these errors can be traced to communication problems, including:  Lost or misfiled paper records  Mishandled or “forgotten” patient messages  Inaccurate or unreadable information in a paper medical record  Mislabeled or unreadable laboratory or prescription orders
  43. 43. Reason for Adaptation of EHR  President George W. Bush signed an executive order in August of 2006 to promote the overall efficiency and quality of healthcare in America.  These goals will help to control the rising cost of healthcare  Most Americans will have access to electronic health records by 2014.  A decrease in medical errors through record legibility and uniformity of records  An increase in information available among patients, medical providers, and the insurance carriers.  The electronic record is quickly becoming the physician’s most important business and legal record.
  44. 44. Government Involvement in EHR system  1991 – IOM called for eliminating paper records by 2001  2004 – Bush created the ONC position and empowered HHS to promote EHRs  2008 – Obama promised to sponsor adoption of EHRs through stimulus package  2008 – Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008 (MIPPA)  2009 – Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act provided $19.2 billion to accelerate use of EHRs over 5 years (part of ARRA – American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009)
  45. 45. Continued  Bonus from CMS – Participants meeting certain requirements were eligible for this bonus  Beacon Community Program – 17 communities were chosen across the US to receive grants in exchange for documenting best practices and working to establish national goals Regional  Extension Centers – Provide training and support services to assist primary healthcare providers in adopting EHRs – Offer information and guidance to help with EHR implementation and achieving meaningful use to qualify for incentive payments – Give technical assistance as needed HITECH Act
  46. 46. Shared system of EHR
  47. 47. Electronic Records Electronic medical record (EMR) Electronic health record (EHR)  Continuity of care  Reduction in errors  Decreased costs Personal health record (PHR) – an electronic version of the comprehensive medical history and record of a patient’s lifelong health, collected and maintained by the individual patient.
  48. 48. EHR Models  Web based personal health care model  Distribution base model  Facility base model
  49. 49. Type of Records Used EHR/EMR
  50. 50. Type of EHR records Personal health record (PHR) Learning Outcome: Differentiate among electronic medical records, electronic health records, and personal health records Electronic medical record (EMR) – an electronic record of health-related information for an individual patient that is created, compiled, and managed by providers and staff members located within a single healthcare organization.
  51. 51. Continued Electronic health record (EHR) – If that same information on an individual patient is created, managed, and gathered in a manner that conforms to nationally recognized interoperability standards. It can be utilized by members of more than one healthcare organization.  These EHRs are the federal government’s ultimate goal. Any provider with an interoperable EHR system will have access.  They will facilitate continuity of care, reduce in medical errors, and decrease healthcare costs
  52. 52. Patient health Record Models
  53. 53. Benefit of Electronic Health Record To Patients
  54. 54. Advantages and disadvantages of EHR
  55. 55. Health care process of EHR Accessibility  Paper – chart must be located, pulled, handled, and refiled  EHR – multiple providers can access at same time  Review comparison of workflow in paper vs. EHR in Data arranging
  56. 56. Advantages and disadvages
  57. 57. Barriers and Benefits of the EHR Barriers to the EHR  Lack of standards  Unknown costs and return on investment  Difficulties operating EHR systems  Significant changes in clinical/clerical processes  Lack of trust and safety
  58. 58. Benefits of the EHR  Enhanced accessibility to clinical information  Improved patient safety  Enhanced quality of patient care  Greater efficiency and savings
  59. 59. Future of EHR  EHR is here to stay  Federal government continues to encourage development of National Electronic Healthcare Infrastructure National Health Information Network (NHIN)  – part of the federal government’s goal to digitize patients’ health records and designed on a common platform for health information exchange (HIE)  PDAs provide instant access to information at point- of-care
  60. 60. Advantages and Disadvantages of EHR  Government mandate steps  Use all major functions of HER  Use EHR to send and receive clinical information  Learning Outcome: Contrast the advantages and disadvantages of electronic health records.  The federal government has mandated EHR for eligible Medicare providers by 2015.  There are financial incentives for providers who demonstrate “meaningful use” of EHR for Medicare or Medicaid patients until 2014.
  61. 61. Continued Meaningful use includes the following steps:  Step 1 requires the provider to use all major functions of a certified EHR program.  Step 2 includes all of step 1 and adds that EHR must be used to send and receive clinical information such as lab orders and reports.
  62. 62. Continued  clinical decisions support (in development)  High priority conditions  Enrolling patients in PHR  Accessing comprehensive data  Improving population health  E prescribing  Incentives
  63. 63. Advantages of EHR Programs  Fewer lost medical records  Eliminated transcription costs  Increased readability/legibility  Ease of chart access for multiple users  Chart availability outside of office hours
  64. 64. Continued  Increased access to patient education materials  Decreased duplication of test orders  More efficient transfer of records  More efficient billing processes  Greatly decreased storage needs  Accessed from other locations  Physician’s home Satellite offices  Used in teleconferences
  65. 65. Disadvantages of EHR Programs  Costly  Staff training  Requirement IT staff may be needed  Possible damage to system and software and or required upgrades
  66. 66. Working With an Electronic Health Record  Basic rules unchanged  Creating a New Patient Record  Correcting an EHR  Be familiar with the hardware and software  Keep password secure  Check entries carefully before saving Learning Outcome: Illustrate the steps in creating a new patient record and correcting an existing record using EHR software. Refer to Points on Practice: Working with Electronic Health Records
  67. 67. Other Functions of EHR Programs  Tickler files  Specialty specificCustomized  Templates  Learning Outcome: Describe some of the capabilities of EHR software programs.  Tickler Files Files that need periodic attention Alerts staff members about patients who are due for yearly checkups and patients who require follow- up care  Electronically scanned images of patient thumbprints or photos help keep track of records and assists with patient security by identifying the patient at the time of each visit.  Specialty Specific EHR software programs may be customized to suit a specific specialty and style of a physician’s office.  Templates or “check offs” enable the physician to add entire sentences or phrases with the click of a mouse, instead of typing the same information repetitively.
  68. 68. Security and confidentiality of EHR  Access code  Limits access  Date and time stamp  Release of information policy  Backup
  69. 69. Learning Outcome  Learning Outcome: Explain how you might alleviate a patient’s security fears surrounding the use of EHR .  All users have individual access codes and passwords.  The access code will allow each user to access only the areas of the record that the user is entitled to, based on job description.  Access codes insert a date and time stamp within the medical record, including the user’s initials, so that office administration and the patient may know who is accessing each medical record.  A procedure should be in place to document when someone requests information from the patient file, if the patient has given permission to release that information, and when it was released.  Protecting the confidentiality of patient records in computer files is the greatest concern of electronic health records. Electronic healthcare records should be kept just as secure as paper healthcare records.  Careful key entry is essential to maintaining accurate electronic health files.  Electronic files must be backed up on a regular basis to avoid accidental data loss.
  70. 70. Other measure for security  Know the confidentiality and security features  No negativity  Pamphlet explaining HER  Show the patient his/her record  Explain access to patient
  71. 71. Barriers to Adoption  Cost of conversion  Perceived lack of ROI  Technical and logistic challenges  Privacy and security concerns
  72. 72. EHR Affect on Patient Care  Safety  Reduces the need to repeat tests  Reduces the number of lost reports  Supports provider decision making
  73. 73. EHR Affect on Efficiency  Improves accessibility of patient information  Better data capture at the point of care  Integrates data from multiple internal and external sources  Facilitates the co-ordination of health care delivery
  74. 74. EHR Affect on Patient Outcomes  Has the potential to  Improve the quality of patient care  Help providers practice better medicine  Provides seamless exchange of information among providers Component
  75. 75. Summary  The electronic medical record is an electronic record of health-related information for an individual patient.  An electronic health record is created, managed, and gathered in a manner that conforms to nationally recognized interoperability standards.  A personal health record is an electronic version of the comprehensive medical history and record of a patient’s lifelong health that is collected and maintained by the individual patient.
  76. 76. Question related to topic  Define EHR?  List the Purpose of EHR?  State the Model?  Enlist the type of EHR?  List out the terminology used in EHR?  Advantages of EHR?  Disadvantages of EHR?  Benefits of EHR?  Barrier of EHR?
  77. 77. Short answer questions Define the concept of an electronic health record (EHR) EHR ?  – Collection of health information of patients that is stored in a digital format EHRs can interface with external computer programs List out the Models of EHR?  There are three distinct models of EHR programs – Distribution-based, Facility-based, and Web-based
  78. 78. Fill in the blanks ------  Initial creation – -------1960s  Improved functionality – -----1970-1980  Practice management systems –---- 1990s  Government mandates – -----2010
  79. 79. State the full form of Abbreviations  CPR—Computer-Based Patient Record  EMR—Electronic Medical Record  EHR—Electronic Health Record  CCD/CCR—Continuity of Care Document/ Continuity of Care Record  PHR—Personal Health Record  HIPPA-  HITEC-
  80. 80. Objective type questions and answer  2004 – Bush created the ONC position  2008 – Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA)  2009 – Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act  2009 – Obama introduces economic recovery plan  2010– Beacon Community Cooperative Agreement  2010– Health Information Technology Extension Program
  81. 81. What are the future changes of EHR LO 1.7 Describe potential developments in the future of the EHR National Health Information Network (NHIN) will provide a common platform Funding for EHR programs available through the Challenge Grants program The PDA, wireless networks, and high-speed Internet access will increase speed of access to information The Clinical data will no longer reside exclusively in a physician’s office, but will be available wherever the Internet is available to form the computer-based patient record (CPR)
  82. 82. Questions and answer  What are the four errors that stem from communication problems?  ANSWER:  They are:  Lost or misfiled records  Mishandled patient messages  Inaccurate and illegible documents  Mislabeled or illegible lab or medication order Learning Outcome: List four medical mistakes that will be greatly decreased through the use of EHR.
  83. 83.  PHI that is collected an maintained by the patient conforms to national interoperability standards not a legal record used by a single healthcare organization covered by HIPAA  ANSWER:  HER  PHR  EMR