This book gives examples from healthcare institutions that are using IT automation and innovation to drive change and provides guidance on the strategic direction of HIT over the next five years. Improving the delivery of healthcare through HIT is vital for both the economic success of healthcare organizations and the care of the patient, but most EMR systems do not have an integrated and architected approach. This book provides a detailed approach on how to leverage IT for transformation. It also shows how to build upon the experiences of other industries and helps foster innovation by providing a vision of where technology can be an enabler.
Table of Contents
Preface. Executive Summary. The Steps Needed to Identify READY Innovation Bridging and Operation Technology and Plan and Design the Architecture for Wave 2. Wave 2 Medicaid Linked Enterprise: Refresh from Integration, Interoperability, Analytics, and Population Perspectives. Bridging READY Interoperability Components: Enabling New Care Coordination and Analytics Building Blocks. Using Medicaid Health and Human Services Interoperability Architecture in 2017-2020 Timeframe to Address Homelessness, Integration with Mental Helath and other Tough Problems. Using READY Technologies, Bridging Technology along with Continuous Integration Planning. Analytics Services and Quality-Outcome and Innovation Data Models: Building Analytics into a Person-Centric Innovation Approach Management. Incremental Commitment Planning, Governance, and Tracking Vaue-Risk-Integration. Health Ecosystem Security Architecture with Protection Agents and Community Layered Architecture. Using Virtual Health networks to Build a Resource-Event-Agent Healthcare Paradigm. New Payment Reform an Price Transparency: Making Bargaining and Projecting Cost Feasible. Fostering Innovation and Collaboration and Selecting the READY and Bridging Technology for the Emerging Future.
John C. Dodd is Chief Executive Officer for Brooks and Dodd Consulting for Health IT. With over 35 years of experience John has a broad knowledge of the government and industry practices especially in health and human services where he supported the Federal Health Architecture, NHIN Interoperability and Medicaid IT Architecture (MITA). John provides strategic advice to Federal and State CIO's and chief enterprise architects on key Health Care Reform and Health IT initiatives from a strategic, architecture based on migration and transformation strategy.