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The resources on this page are organized by presentations (webinars, slideshares), resource documents (reports, issue briefs, fact sheets, websites), and tools and templates (spreadsheets, modifiable Word documents, job descriptions). If you don't find what you are looking for you can search by keyword using the search field at the top of this page.

 

Presentations 

Importance of HIE: Connection in Care Coordination and Transitions of Care Webinar
2016  |  SlideShare  |  Source: Michigan Primary Care Association
Provides an overview for ways to connect to and help organizations understand Michigan's model for health information sharing to support care coordination and manage transitions of care.

Modified Meaningful Use Stage 2

2015 | Slideshare | Source: Michigan Primary Care Association

Presenter Bruce Maki, MCEITA, presents in this webinar recorded in December 2015.

Population Health Management (Diabetes and Hypertension) with EHR Technology
2015 | Slideshare | Source: Michigan Primary Care Association
Hypertension and diabetes are the biggest contributors to heart attacks and strokes, but are not managed as well as they could be. The tactical issue for physicians lies in the ongoing identification and management of patients who have hypertension and diabetes as well as uncovering those at risk or on the cusp that may not realize it. This webinar teaches providers how to utilize their existing EHR technology to help health care teams monitor and regulate this population.

Meaningful Use Audit Preparation 

2015 | Slideshare | Source: Michigan Primary Care Association

The MPCA hosted EHR/EDR user group webinar presented by Bruce Maki, M-CEITA’s subject matter expert, discusses how to be prepared for a CMS or State MU audit. Whether you’ve already attested to MU and want some peace of mind that you have everything in order or if you’re in the midst of your first attestation and want to understand what you need to be working towards, this presentation will help to ensure that when the auditors knock on your door, you’re prepared to immediately hand them exactly what they’re looking for, protecting those hard earned incentive payments and Medicare reimbursement rates. 

 

Portal or Wormhole: How to Visualize Patient Connections

2014 | PDF | Source: Karen Dalton, RN, MSN, MHA, PCMH CCE, Quality Improvement Coordinator, Ohio Shared Information Services

Wormholes are shortcuts in space, and portals can be shortcuts to patient communication and engagement. Discussion will include frameworks that support electronic access for improving care outcomes, as well as the current state of portal use in primary care. Come prepared to describe your own best practice approaches.

Presented at the 2014 Anuual Conference. 

 

Information Security and Privacy in the World of Health Information Exchanges

2014 | PDF | Source: Jay Trinckes, CEO, Eagle Trace Security Consultants, Inc. Supplemental HandoutHealth Information Exchanges (HIEs) can be an important step for the health care industry to take in the ability to share vital patient information between different providers and disparate electronic medical records technologies. Being able to get the necessary information at the point-of-care to properly diagnose and treat patients can be life-saving. But how are we maintaining the security and privacy appropriately through these integrated systems? What controls are required or being implemented as necessary? Who is in control of this information and how is it being protected? 

Presented at the 2014 Anuual Conference.

 

How a Patient Portal Can Help Transform Your Practice

2014 | Slideshare | Source: MQIN/M-CEITA  

This webinar addresses the following topics: 1) What is the Meaningful Use requirement for patient portals? 2) What is and isn’t a patient portal? 3) What strains will a portal put on my practice? Debunking the myths. 


Dental Meaningful Use: It’s Not Too Late

2014 | Slideshare | Source: Adele Allison of Greenway Health and Michigan Primary Care Association 

As health care delivery organizations work through practice redesign using health information technology addressing whole-person care delivered by safety-net providers can be difficult. The CMS Meaningful Use programs were intended to defray the costs of adopting and using Certified EHR Technology (CEHRT). Meaningful Use transformation has been challenging for many eligible professionals (EPs), but none more than the dentist. Join Adele Allison as she explains how to bridge the gap between Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements and the reality of moving dentists into compliance. This webinar is a must for health care organization leaders evaluating whether their dental practice meets the criteria for each applicable measure. Adele will discuss considerations in integrating electronic dental records (EDRs) with CEHRT and the challenges for the dental practitioner.
Accompanying resource document:

Remediation Steps Post Preliminary Security Risk Assessment for FQHCs

2014 | Slideshare | Source: Ohio Shared Information Services (OSIS) and Michigan Primary Care Associations 

This webinar is dedicated to reviewing the preliminary security risk assessment results. It will cover an overview of issues identified across all participating organizations and will provide some specific recommendations to the individual participating members to mitigate any noted findings.

Accompanying resource document:

Presented as Part 5 in the HIPAA Compliance and Meaningful Use webinar series 

 

Preliminary Security Risk Assessment Tool for FQHCs
2014 | Slideshare | Source: Ohio Shared Information Services (OSIS) and Michigan Primary Care Association
To assist Federally Qualified Health Centers in preparing for a Risk Assessment, OSIS has developed a preliminary security risk assessment tool and review to share with all the participating Health Centers, including a review of the documents that will be requested during the review; discuss the interview questions that will be asked covering administrative, physical, and technical safeguards; and share expectations of both OSIS and participating members throughout the process. The assessment is intended to provide a baseline gap analysis review of some of the major items that organizations should be aware of as it relates to their HIPAA compliance efforts.
Accompanying resource document:

Presented as Part 4 in the HIPAA Compliance and Meaningful Use webinar series

 

Meaningful Use Requirements for FQHCs from Security Risk Aspect
2014 | Slideshare | Source: Ohio Shared Information Services (OSIS) and Michigan Primary Care Association
As health care organizations are incentivized to transition towards electronic health records, the importance of the requirement for protecting this information in a digital form increases greatly. As most Federally Qualified Health Centers receive money from the federal government to implement their electronic health record solutions, ‘Meaningful Use’ requires that several reporting activities are maintained. This webinar provides details of the Core and Menu Objectives of the Meaningful Use requirements with an emphasis on performing an acceptable Risk Analysis/Risk Assessment.
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Presented as Part 3 in the HIPAA Compliance and Meaningful Use webinar series

 

HIPAA/HITECH Requirements for FQHCs and the New Omnibus Rule (Part 2) - Importance of Security
2014 | Slideshare | Source: Ohio Shared Information Services (OSIS) and Michigan Primary Care Association
As a continuation to Part 1 of the webinar series, this webinar focuses on the importance of information security for Federally Qualified Health Centers by demonstrating the state of security in the health care industry. As demonstrated by the recent news of major breaches, it is important that the patient information your organization maintains, is maintained in a secure and private manner. This webinar seeks to answer the following questions: Is your organization able to survive if you fall victim to a breach?; What type of damages can your organization face?; What can your patients expect if they fall victim to identity crimes as a result of a breach?
Accompanying resource document:

Presented as Part 2 in the HIPAA Compliance and Meaningful Use webinar series

 

HIPAA/HITECH Requirements for FQHCs and the New Omnibus Rule (Part 1)
2014 | Slideshare | Source: Ohio Shared Information Services (OSIS) and Michigan Primary Care Association
With ever increasing regulations and the amount of publicity focused on the protection of health care information, it is imperative now, more than ever, for every Federally Qualified Health Center to elevate the importance of privacy and security in their organization. New regulations have increased the monetary penalties that can be assessed for violations of the HIPAA/HITECH Privacy and Security Rules including the risk of losing additional revenue in the case of a class action lawsuit and the irreplaceable loss of reputation. This webinar provides an overview of the HIPAA/HITECH Privacy and Security Rules as well as to highlight the changes to these rules as part of the finalizations of the New Omnibus Rule.
Accompanying resource document:

Presented as Part 1 in the HIPAA Compliance and Meaningful Use webinar series

 

Meaningful Use Stage 2 Changes for Eligible Professionals in 2014
2014 | Slideshare | Source: NextGen Healthcare and Michigan Primary Care Association
The second webinar in this series provides detail about the requirements for Stage 2 Meaningful Use for Eligible Professionals in 2014.
Accompanying resource document:

Presented as Part 2 in the 2014 Meaningful Use webinar series

 

Meaningful Use Stage 1 Changes for Eligible Professionals in 2014
2014 | Slideshare | Source: NextGen Healthcare and Michigan Primary Care Association
The first webinar in this series provides updates on the changes in Stage 1 Meaningful Use for 2014 as well as highlight general concepts for Stage 2 Meaningful Use for Eligible Professionals.
Accompanying resource document:

Presented as Part 1 in the 2014 Meaningful Use webinar series

 

 

 

Resource Documents

2014 | Powerpoint | Source: M-CEITA

 

2013 | Website | Source: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CMS has established the objectives for "meaningful use” that eligible professionals, eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs) must meet in order to receive an incentive payment.

2013 | Website | Source: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CMS published a final rule that specifies the Stage 2 criteria that eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs) must meet in order to continue to participate in the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program.

 

CMS EHR Incentive Website

Website  |  Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
The official website for the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Programs. Includes how to get started, registration and attestation, meaningful use stage 2, clinical quality measures, and much more.


An Introduction to the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program for Eligible Professionals

2012  |  PDF  |  Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
This guide is intended to provide eligible professionals with a simple overview of the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program. Each step of the program is explained in this guide to help health care professionals understand the basics of the program and determine how to successfully participate. Hyperlinks to the CMS website are included throughout the guide to direct you to more information and resources.

 

HRSA Meaningful Use Webpage for Safety Net Providers
Website  |  Source: HRSA Health Information Technology & Quality Improvement
Defines meaningful use, and provides resources for federal and non-federal EHR Medicaid Incentive Programs for safety net providers.


Michigan Medicaid EHR Incentive Program Website

Website  |  Source: Michigan Department of Community Health, Michigan Public Health Institute
MichiganHealthIT.org is the primary source of information about Michigan's Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program and a source of health IT news and initiatives. This site provides information to help Michigan’s health care providers navigate the various health IT initiatives and stay informed in this dynamic area.


Eligible Professional's Guide to the Michigan Medicaid EHR Incentive Program

2012  |  PDF  |  Source: Michigan Department of Community Health
An informational guide for eligible professionals (EP) enrolling in the Michigan Medicaid EHR Incentive Program.


How to Complete Medicaid EHR Incentive Registration
Website  |  Source: MichiganHealthIT.org
Providers must register with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services registration and attestation system at the federal level to start their registration process. Once registered at the federal level, providers will be invited to complete their registration at the state level.


Michigan Center for Effective IT Adoption (M-CEITA)

Website  |  Source: M-CEITA
Advisor for adoption and effective us of electronic health records.


Being a Meaningful User of Electronic Health Records

Website  |  Source: Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

 

Tools & Templates

Electronic Health Records Decision Tool
PowerPoint  |  Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Flow chart to help eligible professionals determine eligibility for the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Programs.
 

 
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