Minnesota e-Health Summit 2011

Thursday, June 16, 2011 - 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 highlighted the challenges faced and strategies used to overcome them. The Summit advances efforts 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. Two Pre-Summit Workshops took place on Wednesday June 15.

Summit Materials

Summit Program and Agenda (pdf: 1.42Mb/ 20pgs)
Faculty Bios (pdf: 508Kb/ 17pgs)
Link to 2011 Pre-Summit Materials

Presentations

Plenary Session Presentations

Welcome and Opening Remarks - Video
Martin LaVenture, MPH, PhD, Director, Office of Health Information Technology, Minnesota Department of Health
Edward Ehlinger, MD, MSPH, Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Health

Minnesota e-Health: Accelerating e-Health Across the Continuum of Care - Video
Minnesota e-Health: Accelerating e-Health Across the Continuum of Care - Slide Handout (pdf 158Kb/ 16pgs)
MN e-Health Advisory Committee Co-Chairs:
Walter Cooney, MA, JD, Executive Director
Neighborhood Healthcare Network
Marty Witrak, PhD, RN, Dean, School of Nursing
College of St. Scholastica

Health and e-Health: A National Perspective - Video
Health and e-Health: A National Perspective - Slide Handout (pdf 595Kb/ 15pgs)
Claudia Williams, MS, Acting Director of the State HIE Program
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

Minnesota Beacon Community Case Study: Real Work in Real Communities - Video
Minnesota Beacon Community Case Study: Real Work in Real Communities - Slide Handout (pdf 2.1Mb/ 34pgs)
Moderator: Jennifer P. Lundblad, MBA, PhD; President and Chief Executive Officer, Stratis Health
Lacey Hart, Program Director for Biomedical Statistics & Informatics; PMO Program Manager, SHARP & Beacon Grants; Mayo Clinic
Dan Jensen, MPH, Associate Director of Public Health, Olmsted County Public Health Services
Jeff Sloan, PhD, Professor of Biostatistics and Oncology, Mayo Clinic
Erin Knoebel, MD, Senior Associate Consultant, Mayo Clinic
John Goodman, President & CEO, A-VU Media

Breakout Session Slide Presentations

  • Session 1 - Getting Started With an EHR
  • Session 2 - Utilizing HIT for Improved Quality of Care
  • Session 3 - From Standards to Mobilizing a Community towards Robust Health Information Exchange
  • Session 4 - Lessons Learned from e-Prescribing: Improving Care through HIT
  • Session 5 - Hospitals and Meaningful Use: Are We There Yet?
  • Session 6 - Workforce Realities: Meeting the Need for HIT
  • Session 7 - Using the Minnesota e-Health Profile
  • Session 8 - Examples of Effective use of EHRs: Clinical Decision-Making, Prevention, Quality Reporting and More
  • Session 9 - Health Information Exchange - Case Studies and Experience
  • Session 10 - The Use of EHRs to Support Research and Population Health
  • Session 11 - Engaging Patients and Consumers in Electronic Health Information and Exchange
  • Session 12 - Exploring Privacy and Security Policy for Electronic Health Records

Session 1 - Getting Started With an EHR
Moderated by: Walter R. Menning, Emeritus Staff and Former Vice-Chair of Information Services, Mayo Clinic

Session 2 - Utilizing HIT for Improved Quality of Care
Moderated by: Alan Abramson, Senior Vice President IS&T and CIO, HealthPartners

Session 3 - From Standards to Mobilizing a Community towards Robust Health Information Exchange
Moderated by: Bobbie McAdam, Director, Business Integration & Portfolio Management, Medica

Session 4 - Lessons Learned from e-Prescribing: Improving Care through HIT
Moderated by: Marsha Millonig, BS, MBA, President & CEO, Catalyst Enterprises, LLC

Session 5 - Hospitals and Meaningful Use: Are We There Yet?
Moderated by: Mark Sonneborn, Vice President, Information Services, Minnesota Hospital Association

Session 6 - Workforce Realities: Meeting the Need for HIT
Moderated by: Charles Montreuil, Vice President, Enterprise Rewards and Corporate Human Resources, Best Buy Co., Inc.

Session 7 - Using the Minnesota e-Health Profile
Moderated by: Jennifer Lundblad, MBA, PhD, President & Chief Executive Officer, Stratis Health

  • Using the Minnesota e-Health Profile (pdf 655Kb/ 10pgs)
    Kari Guida, MPH, MHI, HIT Assessment and Evaluation Coordinator, Minnesota Department of Health
  • Reactor Panel:
    • Lisa Hennen, RN Clinical IT Specialist, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center
    • Joe Kaladis, CPHIT, Director, Health Information Services, Neighborhood Health Care Network
    • Callie Larson, RN, MS, RAC-CT, Director of Quality Assurance, Elim Care, Inc.
    • Spike Mylan, DDS, Edina Family Dental Associates

Session 8 - Examples of Effective use of EHRs: Clinical Decision-Making, Prevention, Quality Reporting and More
Moderated by: Becky Schierman, Manager of Quality Improvement Minnesota Medical Association

Session 9 - Health Information Exchange: Case Studies and Experience
Moderated by: Joanne Sunquist, Chief Information Officer, Hennepin County Medical Center

Session 10 - The Use of EHRs to Support Research and Population Health
Moderated by: Bonnie Westra, PhD, RN, FAAN, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota

Session 11 - Engaging Patients and Consumers in Electronic Health Information and Exchange
Moderated by: Ken Zaiken, Volunteer, AARP Minnesota

Session 12 - Exploring Privacy and Security Policy for Electronic Health Records
Moderated by: Laurie Beyer-Kropuenske, Director, State and Community Services Divisions, Minnesota Department of Administration

Summit Home Page

More Information

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


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