This session demonstrates how a regional helath information organization (RHIO) provides measurable value by assembling a comprehensive medication list delivered at the point of care. The data reveals quality, safety and efficiency improvements.
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2:15-3:15pm
Scott Momrow, MPH, vice president, Healthcare Information Xchange of New York
- Analyze the distinct roles that information (data sources) and communication (sharing methods) of that information play with respect to improving clinical and economic outcomes
- Identify how effective exchange of medication information can reduce the occurrence of medication errors and adverse events
- Recognize the significance of the requirement for implementing a flexible, abstracted technology infrastructure capable of integrating both data and services from multiple sources
- Perform an assessment of the clinical value that varying sources of medication data offer, including commercial, ambulatory practice, hospital, insurance claims, and pharmacy