Minnesota e-Health Summit 2010

Thursday, June 17, 2010 - The Northland Inn, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

The purpose of the Summit is to provide participants with tools and resources to guide success in implementing EHRs and HIT in the current economic climate. Examples of national and Minnesota e-health activities will highlight the challenges faced and strategies used to overcome them. The Summit will advance the effort to meet the mandate to achieve interoperable EHRs by 2015 and optimize the incentives offered with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and other opportunities.

Summit Materials

Summit Program and Agenda (pdf: 1.42Mb/ 24pgs)
Faculty Bios (pdf: 56Kb/ 11pgs)
Summary of CME Disclosures (pdf: 21Kb/1 pgs)

 

Slideshow Presentations

General Session Presentations

Minnesota e-Health: Leveraging Meaningful Use (pdf 175Kb/ 8pgs)
Jennifer P. Lundblad, MBA, PhD; President and Chief Executive Officer, Stratis Health
MN e-Health Advisory Committee Co-Chair
Walter Cooney, MA, JD, Executive Director, Neighborhood Healthcare Network
MN e-Health Advisory Committee Co-Chair

Successfully Leveraging HITECH Resources - Panel of Federally Funded Projects to Support Minnesota Activities
Moderator: Alan Abramson, PhD, Sr. Vice President, Info. Services & Chief Info. Officer, HealthPartners
CMS Meaningful Use Incentives: Bob Paulsen, Minnesota Department of Human Services (pdf 211Kb/ 5pgs)
Regional Extension and Assistance Center for HIT: Paul Kleeberg, MD, Key Health Alliance (pdf 130Kb/ 3pgs)
University Partnership for Health Informatics: Julie Jacko, PhD, University of Minnesota (pdf 130Kb/ 3pgs)
Minnesota e-Health Connect: Jim Golden, PhD, Minnesota Department of Health (pdf 168Kb/ 4pgs)
SHARP Research and Beacon Community Collaborative: Christopher G. Chute, MD, DrPH, Mayo Clinic (pdf 638Kb/ 6pgs)

Breakout Session Presentations

  • Session 1 - Reaching for Meaningful Use
  • Session 2 - Leveraging HIT for Success in Minnesota’s Health Reform Initiative
  • Session 3 - Connecting for Meaningful Use
  • Session 4 - Explore Evolving Policy in HIT Privacy and Security
  • Session 5 - Meaningful Use and Beyond
  • Session 6 - Mobilizing the HIT workforce
  • Session 7 - Lessons in Planning and Implementation of HIE
  • Session 8 - Building Capacity in Your Community: Lessons from Beacon Applications

Session 1 - Reaching for Meaningful Use
Moderated by: Sally Buck, Associate Director, National Rural Health Resource Center

Session 2 - Leveraging HIT for Success in Minnesota’s Health Reform Initiative
Moderated by: Jennifer Lundblad, PhD, MBA, President and CEO, Stratis Health

Session 3 - Connecting for Meaningful Use
Moderated by: Bobbie McAdam, Director, Business Integration and Portfolio Management, Medica

Session 4 - Explore Evolving Policy in HIT Privacy and Security
Moderated by: Joanne Sunquist, RN, MS, Chief Information Officer, Hennepin County Medical Center

  • Explore Evolving Policy in HIT Privacy and Security (pdf 114Kb/ 10pgs)
    Pat Carter, JD, Senior Counsel, HealthPartners
    Lois Dahl, MBA, RHIA, CHPS Director, Information Privacy, Fairview Health Services
    David P. Lawton, RN, PhD, Project Officer – Midwest States, ONC/Office of State and Community Programs

Session 5 - Meaningful Use and Beyond
Moderated by: Jennifer P. Lundblad, MBA, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Stratis Health

Session 6 - Mobilizing the HIT Workforce
Moderated by: Becky Schierman, Manager, Quality Improvement, Minnesota Medical Association

Session 7 - Lessons in Planning and Implementation of HIE
Moderated by: Mark Sonneborn, Vice President Information Services, Minnesota Hospital Association

Session 8 - Building Capacity in Your Community: Lessons from Beacon Applications
Moderated by: Mary Wellik, MPH, BSN, Director of Public Health, Olmsted County

Summit Home Page

More Information

Please contact Bob Johnson at bob.b.johnson@state.mn.us or 651-201-4856.


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