Minnesota e-Health Summit: Building Momentum

June 28-29, 2006

The Minnesota e-Health Summit 2006 provides you a unique opportunity to learn firsthand from the national and state leaders about the current progress and future directions for e-Health in Minnesota. The efforts support the Minnesota e-Health charge to empower consumers, connect clinicians, and protect communities.

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General Information

Our keynote speaker is Janet Marchibroda, CEO of the national eHealth Initiative and its foundation and Executive Director of Connecting for Health, a public-private sector initiative funded and led by the Markle Foundation. The afternoon features breakout sessions focused on EHR implementation and integration across settings, Health Information Exchange, Privacy & Security, and Population Health.

Save the Date (pdf 429KB/1 page)

Directions to the Northland Inn
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

Minnesota e-Health Report to the Legislature 2006 (270KB/23pgs)

Minnesota e-Health Advisory Committee Recommendations for Action (187KB/9 pgs)

Summit Agenda (pdf 116KB/3 pgs)

Speaker Biographies (pdf 56KB/7pgs)

Minnesota e-Health Summit Faculty Disclosure Summary (pdf 23KB/1 pg)

Minnesota Project Showcase Summary (pdf 47KB/6 pgs)

Summit Vendor Expo Guide (pdf 18KB/2pgs)

Minnesota e-Health Summit Objectives and CME/CEU Information (pdf 36KB/1 pg)

Presentations

See and Hear General Session Presentations from Featured Speakers
University of Minnesota Breeze server.

Slideshow Presentations (no audio)

  • General Session
    • Opening Remarks
      Dianne Mandernach, Minnesota Commissioner of Health
    • National e-Health Initiatives - Progress and Opportunities (pdf 1023KB/29 pgs)
      Janet Marchibroda, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, eHealth Initiative and Foundation
    • The Connecting for Health Common Framework - Resources for Implementing Private and Secure Health Information Exchange (pdf 602KB/26 pgs)
      Rochelle Woolley, MPH, MS, Principal, Woolley & Associates
    • Minnesota e-Health Progress to Date (pdf 906KB/19 pgs)
      Mary Brainerd, MBA, President & Chief Executive Officer, HealthPartners
      Mary Wellik, BSN, MPH, Public Health Director, Olmsted County Public Health
    • How e-Health Supports Value-Bases Health Care Purchasing
      Panel of Minnesota Health Care Purchasers
  • Breakout Session 1
    • Session A - EHR Implementation: Lessons Learned
    • Session B - Clinical Information Exchange: A National Framework and Minnesota Projects
    • Session C - Addressing Patient Privacy Benefits and Concerns in an e-Health Environment
  • Breakout Session 2
    • Session D - EHR Integration Within Settings: Decisions Made
    • Session E - Clinical Information Exchange: Standards and Technical Challenges
    • Session F - The Value of Population and Public Health in e-Health


    Session A - EHR Implementation: Lessons Learned
    Get the inside story about three EHR implementations that are evolving to fill information requirements in long term care, family practice and pediatric settings.
    • Long Term Care EHR: A Work in Progress (pdf 131KB/13 pgs)
      Bev Pohkonen, RN, RAC-C MDS/Medicare Coordinator, Assistant DON, Sunnyside Health Care Center at Community Memorial Hospital
    • Implementing an EMR...changing Care and Culture (pdf 677KB/18pgs)
      Debra A. Weimerskirch, MD, Physician, HealthPartners
    • EMR "Paper is the Enemy" (pdf 71KB/17 pgs)
      James M. Welters, MD, Northwest Family Physicians

    Session B - Clinical Information Exchange: A National Framework and Minnesota Projects
    Several health information exchange projects in Minnesota will share their progress, challenges and successes as well as illustrate how the Common Framework can assist new and existing projects.
    • Introduction of the MnHCC "Who we are" (pdf 247KB/18 pgs)
      Vonna Henry, RN, BSN, MPH, Public Health Director, Sherburne County Public Health Department
    • Clinical Information Exchange for an Interconnected Health System (pdf 572KB/21 pages)
      Lois McCarron, Consultant, McCarron and Associates
    • 24/7 Pharmacist Coverage for Rural Minnesota Hospitals: Health Information Technology Demonstration Project (pdf 874KB/24 pages)
      Tim Stratton, PhD, BCPS, FAPhA, Associate Professor of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, Duluth

    Session C - Addressing Patient Privacy Benefits and Concerns in an e-Health Environment
    Learn about essential consumer privacy principles from the Connection For Health Common Framework and how these principles can help health information exchange in Minnesota
    • The Connecting for Health Common Framework: Privacy and Security Roundtable Discussion (pdf 420KB/14 pgs)
      Rochelle Woolley, MPH, MS, Principal, Woolley & Associates
    • Addressing Patient Privacy Benefits and Concerns in an e-Health Environment: Roundtable Discussion Questions (pdf 21KB/2 pgs)

    Session D - EHR Integration Within Settings: Decisions Made
    Big bang or incremental? Single vendor or best of breed? Gain insights from two different approaches to EHR integration within health systems.
    • Lakewood Health System (pdf 209KB/10 pgs)
      Tim Rice, President Lakewood Health System
    • Allina Hospitals & Clinics: Large Scale Implementation, Approach and Learnings (pdf 1020KB/19 pgs)
      Kimberly Pederson, MBa, Vice President, Automated Medical Records, Allina Hospitals & Clinics

    Session E - Clinical Information Exchange: Standards and Technical Challenge
    What challenges do HIE projects around Minnesota face in regard to standards and technology? Several projects will share their stories.
    • A "Few" Standards for Exchanging EHR Information (pdf 789KB/29 pgs)
      Donald P. Connelly, Md, PhD, Professor, University of Minnesota
      Calven E. Beebe, Technical Specialist, Mayo Clinic
    • Community Health Information Collaborative and the Northeast Minnesota Regional Health Information Organization (pdf 92 KB/15 pgs)
      Cheryl M. Stephens, Executive Director, Community Health Information Collaborative
    • The PHR "Key" Project: Lesson Learned & Barriers to Cross (pdf 256KB/12 pgs)
      Shirley Eichenwald-Maki, MBA, RHIA, CPhims, FAHIMA, Assistant Professor, The College of St. Scholastica

    Session F - The Value of Population and Public Health in e-Health
    Learn how population/public health data can inform clinical practice and health policy.
    • Using Informatics and Population Health Data to Address Disparities (pdf 509KB/19 pgs)
      Scott Davies, MD, Chief of Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center
    • The Value of Population and Public Health in e-Health: Beyond Hemoglobin A1C (pdf 534KB/16 pgs)
      Theresa Cullen, MD, Senior Medical Informatics Consultant, Indian Health Service

     


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