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New Jersey Health
Information Technology


Presentation to HIT
Commission


August 5, 2010

Connecting Patients to a Greater State of Health

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State HIT Program Context

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New Jersey Health Information Technology Program










DHS

State of NJ Department Influencers





NJ HIT Act 2007


HIT Commission


Office for e
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HIT


NJ Health Information
Network (NJHIN)


NJAMHA



Department of Medical Assistance and
Health Services State HIT Plan


Department of Children & Families


Healthcare
Influencers


Patients


NHIN


HL7


HISPC


HITSP


WEDI


Professional
Associations


Providers


Other Payers



Regional
Extension Centers


Community Health
Information
Exchanges


Best Practices &
Standards

Federal

Influencers


ARRA Act


HHS


ONC


CMS


MITA


HIPAA


HRSA


CHIPRA


SAMHSA


NIST


AHRQ.


FHA


X.12


NCPDP


IHE


Integrating
Healthcare Enterprise


Federal Financial
Participation (FFP)


Federal Statute


Federal Policy


Federal Guidelines


DHSS



Department of Labor



Office of Information
Technology (OIT)



State Treasurer



State Statute, Policy &
Guidelines



Best Practices & Standards

DOBI


State Medicaid HIT
Plan

MCI Project

HIE

Hospitals, Physicians

FQHCs

eHIT Office

Regulation

Governor’s Office


Policy, Standards

Project Governance



HIT Workgroup


SMEs


Data Governance


Privacy & Security



Project Management Office (PMO)


Change Management & Communication


Risk/Issue Management



HIT Steering Committee

HCFFA


Oversight of ONC funds


Financing to grantees


Regional Extension Centers (RECs)


Training


Education


Awareness

MCI

Lead & Immunization
Registries

State HIT Plan &
Commission

Sustainability of HIE

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Approach


Two Focus Areas


Multi
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Track



Operational Issues



Meaningful Use


Labs


ePrescribing


Summary of Care


ONC Grant


HIT Operational Plan


HIE’s Start up


REC Vendor Preference List


REC Training


State Medicaid HIT Plan


Subcommittees






Strategic Alignment



Governance


Stakeholder Engagement


Establishing HIT Core Tenets


Vision Sessions


Program Kick off


Innovation Summit


NJIT Center


Future Grants


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Accomplishments

Focus

Initiative

Governance

HIT Coordinator Appointment

HIT Commission Executive Director

Statewide Governance Structure Established

Regional Extension Centers (REC)


NJ HITEC

Established HIT Steering, Financial Sustainability, Privacy,/Security and IT Arch/Data Standard

Transformation Planning

NJ State HIT Plan

State Medicaid HIT Plan

Funding Received
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Planning

Funding Plan Pending


HIEs

Funding Received


Regional Extension Center (REC)

Implementation & Transformation Support

Sharing Medication History

Electronic Data Sharing Agreements Draft

Stakeholder Analysis

National Involvement

Multi
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State Collaborative


Puerto Rico/Pennsylvania/Mid Altlantic


Immunization

MMIS 2010 National Conference

REC Conference Providence


Technology & Business Transformation

Master Patient Index

Enterprise Service Bus

NJ State Blueprint
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A
centralise model (#4)


Contadins Patient & Document Locator Plus clinicat
Content

HIE’s

Helath eCiti

Jersey Connect

South Jersey

Camden

Other HIE’s

NHIN

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Governor’s Office

State HIT
Coordinator

Colleen Woods

Program Coordination

Implementation
Oversight

Privacy &
Security

Consumer
Advocacy &
Quality Care

Economic

Development

Financial

Sustainability

Architecture
& Data
Standards

Providers

Standing Committees

Legislative

Program
Manageme
nt

HIT Commission

HIT Program Governance

(Direction & Policy)

Legal


Change
Management

Financial &
Grants
Manageme
nt

HIT Steering Committee

Office for
eHIT

Development

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HIT Program Work Streams


Medicaid

SMHP, IPP, MMIS Replacement, ICD
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10, 5010,
NCPDP, CASS



Health Information Exchange (HIE)

HIE Planning, HIE Implementation, MPI



Regional Extension Center (REC)

REC Planning, REC Deployment



HIT Planning

State HIT Strategic Plan, State HIT Operational Plan



Change Management

Communication, Education, Marketing, Branding, Web
Site



Implementation Focused Efforts



Operation Focused Efforts


Legislative

Program
Manageme
nt

Legal

Change
Management

Financial &
Grants
Manageme
nt


Pilot Projects

Multi
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State Immunization, NJ/Puerto Rico


Governor’s Office

State HIT
Coordinator

Colleen Woods

Program Coordination

Implementation
Oversight

HIT Commission

HIT Steering
Committee

Office for
eHIT

Development

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Subcommittees


HIT Steering Committee


Chairs Colleen Woods Jim Cavanugh


Establish NJ Blueprint and focus operational issues, MU



Privacy and Security


Chair Helen Oscislawski


Develop a NJHIT Legal Framework by December 2010


Financial Sustainability


Chair Hall Gregg


Develop a NJHIT Statewide Financial Sustainability Plan by
December 2010


IT Architecture& Data Standards


Chair Emmanouil Skoufos


Establish data standards and protocols addressing MU first



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Other Subcommitees
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TBD





Consumer Advocacy and Quality Care

Economic Development

Providers

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Regional Extension Center


Outreach & Education Programs

Needs Assessment, Practice & Workflow Design

Vendor Selection Process

Interoperability and HIE Training & Assistance

Implementation Support

Privacy & Security Information Programs

Meaningful Use Training & Achievement Documentation

Workforce Development Training

CRM Focus


5,000 Physicians


First Target


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HIT Architecture

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Considering Core Tenets

Federal Framework

Overall improvement of the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare

HITECH


Advance the design, development and operation of a nationwide health
information technology infrastructure that allows for the electronic use and
exchange of information.

Achieve Meaningful Use through 3 stage gates

Each person in the US has a health record by 2014

Align to all Federal Privacy Requirements as outlined in HITECH


Core NJ Healthcare Tenets

New Jersey will be a national leader in HIT

NJ will exceed all federal guidelines of meaningful use

NJ wants to reduce healthcare costs through HIT

HIT vision achieved in 3 years

Public health monitoring


Leverage data to monitor health status

Population health protection


Leverage data to protect population

Retool and develop job market based on HIT

Providers will experience increase in reimbursements due to state savings

Fully integrate Behavioral Health and Addiction Services data with clinical data

NJ will highlight/focus on care of the elderly


long term care

NJ will highlight/focus on pediatric care

NJ citizens will have full access to their medical data and an electronic interaction
with their providers.