Information Technology Strategic Plan. An enterprisewide initiative to solidify the future

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1 Information Technology Strategic Plan 2012 An enterprisewide initiative to solidify the future

2 Applications Staci Allen Walter Arnett Terrielyn Ashley Steve Bainer John Baston Lisa Beard Barry Blakely Koula Broaddus Rob Canales Lana Cole Natalie Collett Teena Collins Chuck Combes Marilyn Cone Gary Coutts UK HealthCare Information Technology will partner more closely with our medical and business functions in the years ahead. We will dedicate ourselves to building upon our strong momentum and living our vision. Sharon Craft Karen Doty Satyander Dudee Patricia Dunn Elizabeth Fannin Peggy Foster Jay Furtula Dianne Garrison Brandon Green Stephen Haggard Jeannie Hassebrook Pamela Jacobs Stephen Keck Brent Krein Jamie Kumar Debbie Kyle Carl Maggard Donna Manning Donna Miller Doris Miller Blake Mills Tommie Minnick Alan Moore Pamela Moseley Irina Moskalev Daniel Neill Phyllis Patch Pritesh Patel Jamie Patrick Steve Patton Linda Petroczy Jill Rambo Greg Redmon Shamika Richardson Leigh Sawyer Kimberly Scott David Shearer Susan Springer Jessy Thomas Sharon Todd Brig Wakeland Amy Webb Nancy Whitaker Mike Wilson Ross Winder Hongbing Zhu Architecture & Strategy Steve Baker Michelle Gerding Benjamin Nicholls Vincent Willoughby Informatics Lynda Bennett Jenny Chen Daniel Cotter Bill Davis Cecilia Page Lauren Riley Diana Sage Aric Schadler Trish Seabolt Michelle Simpkins Carol Steltenkamp, MD Carla Teasdale Matt Turner Laura Williams Portfolio Management Joy Barnes Michelle Cassin John Del Bello Tami Dunnigan Ginger Fraser Ramona Garner Regina Heiser Ron Horn Paula Hudson Brian Kinney Sharon MacLaughlin John Montgomery Tiffany Morgan Mahendran Naidu Lisa Pope Michael Rushing Wally Shropshire Karla Southworth Mark Spears Amy Walker Security Aaron Allen Mike Booth Bill Cotter Doug Fee Amy Justice Doug Keebortz Branden Miller Connie Mitchell Don Richardson Stan Settle Eric Shock Technology William Adams Mary Allen Eddie Baker Jan Bates Chris Bohl Gerald Bottom Fred Broach Justin Brock Jeffrey Brockman Robert Brown Karl Burgess Timothy Bynum Bruce Byrom Beverly Carpenter Cynthia Casteel William Clark Cory Coleman Jay Collett John Cox Steve Crawford Patricia Crowe Marcus Daley Jennifer Darling Jeff Davis Dohn Deatherage Michael Dillard Gregory Dunnigan Tracie Edmonds Earnie Edwards Mark Eimer Steven Endicott Christopher Finney John Fischer Ross Flannery Ritch Florek Kevin Frick Michelle Green Anthony Griffith LaShonda Haddix William Hagan Chris Hall Michael Hampton Derrick Hansen Scott Haynes Jennifer Herrin Chadwick Holbrook Chris Howes James Hubbard Edward Isaacs Michele Isaacs Dallas Jelf Terrance Johnson William Jones Kelly King Ashley Kiser Shane Kiser John Kolacz John Laffin Peter Landfield Stephen Leedy Jeff Lynn Rudolf Machilek Marcia Masterson Chris McIntyre Eric McWhorter Patricia Miller Kenneth Morgan Daniel Morris Jim Morris Armen Muhovic Zachary Nash Brian Niemeyer Linda Noffsinger William Overstreet Deepali Pai Gregory Parsons James Paugh Steve Peters James Plowman Michael Posey John Poskin Tahelia Powe David Powers Gary Preece Corey Preston Rodrigo Prudencio Susan Reinstedler Toquoto Richardson Joseph Rolfes Amanda Rousey Craig Silvey Michael Small Belinda Smith Diana Souheaver Leslie Springer Rosa Snow Thomas Stakelin Glenn Steketee David Swartz Melissa Taylor Stefan Taylor Guy Terpening Grant Thomas Wesley Thomas Robert Towery Sarah Treen Rico Walker Christopher Watts Linda Welch Jerry Williams Christopher Wilson Dana York

3 What s Inside INTRODUCTION 2 Executive Vice President for Health Affairs 3 Information Technology 4 Executive Summary 28 Marketing 29 Markey Cancer Center 30 Neuroscience 31 Nursing SERVICE STRATEGIES AND INITIATIVES 6 Ambulatory Services 7 Behavioral Health 8 Cardiology 9 Chief Medical Information Officer 10 Clinical Network 11 Clinical Performance 12 College of Medicine 13 Compliance 14 Critical Care 32 Obstetrics 33 Perioperative Services 34 Pharmacy 35 Radiation Medicine 36 Radiology 37 Revenue Cycle 37 Strategic Planning 39 Supply Chain 40 Surgery 41 Trauma 15 Development 16 Emergency Department 17 External Affairs 18 Facilities 19 Finance Hospital 42 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEES 43 KEY ATTRIBUTES OF A WORLD-CLASS IT ORGANIZATION 44 OUR PASSPORT TO IMPROVEMENT 20 Finance Planning 21 Good Samaritan Hospital 22 Graduate Medical Education 23 Internal Medicine 24 Kentucky Children s Hospital 25 Kentucky Medical Services Foundation 26 Laboratory 27 Legal Counsel UK HealthCare 1

4 Introduction The Commonwealth can count on us to meet health care needs today and tomorrow UK HealthCare, the clinical enterprise of the University of Kentucky, is committed to supporting the university s vision to become a Top 20 public research university. Our drive to excel at quality, safety, efficiency and service, as well as UK HealthCare s growing reputation for clinical and research excellence, are becoming increasingly dependent on high-quality data, information and knowledge. UK HealthCare physician faculty and dedicated staff lead the advanced specialty care in the region and recognize the critical role information technology (IT) plays in achieving our medical and business strategies. Additionally, IT will be a fundamental organizer in relationship development and making improvements to care delivery. Michael Karpf, MD IT will be a fundamental organizer in relationship development and making improvements to care delivery. Our dedicated teams of clinicians, operations, finance and IT specialists are in pursuit of a single patient record to be distributed across our health care enterprise. Eventually, this record will be shared with providers across the Commonwealth and beyond to ensure they have current information while caring for members of our community. This single record will contain valuable data which can be used as a strategic asset to improve UK HealthCare. Over the last decade, we have made significant investments and have laid the foundation for our ever-increasing data and information needs in this era of health care reform. This document further expands upon IT strategies summarized in UK HealthCare s updated strategic plan Advancing to meet the health care needs of Kentucky and beyond: Michael Karpf, MD Executive Vice President for Health Affairs UK HealthCare, University of Kentucky Michael Karpf, MD 2 UK HealthCare

5 Gaining an edge in an evolving environment As UK HealthCare has become increasingly reliant on data and information, we have made significant progress toward a lofty vision to build a world-class IT function to transform UK HealthCare. In 2009, our IT Governance team developed some major goals, including implementation of technology for our new hospital pavilion; integration of a recently acquired community hospital; and achieving meaningful use, as defined in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and determining a solution for our ambulatory electronic medical record. To begin, we restructured the IT leadership team. After recruiting nationally, we have established a strong team excited about the challenges ahead. This new leadership team worked to recruit and build a team with an updated, more contemporary IT skill set. We are currently finalizing the selection of our remaining team members. Succession planning, development planning and mentoring programs are being established to ensure our team members are positioned for successful careers here at UK HealthCare. Sergio Melgar Parallel with this transformation, we made significant progress on our goals.. All phases of the new pavilion at UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital opened on time, and IT systems and services were executed very well. The UK Good Samaritan Hospital activation was equally successful more than 50 systems were activated on a single day without incident or disruption. We have successfully completed our attestation period for inpatient meaningful use stage one. Additionally, to pursue meaningful use for our ambulatory clinics, a solution for our ambulatory electronic medical record is currently being implemented. Congratulations to the dedicated teams of clinicians, operations, finance and IT who worked together on these significant accomplishments. Part of our transformation included creation of an Improvement Journey, which puts the patient at the center of our work. Page 44 shows the passport each team member has received to provide clarity in these efforts. Finally, we set out to create strong strategic alignment with our medical and business functions. To that end, we created this plan after interviewing our medical and business leaders. This document is a summary of medical and business strategies we gathered during this process and identifies potential items to align with IT solutions. Our IT Governance team will use this input in the coming years to continue guiding IT as well as establish upcoming priorities and funding for our solutions and services. As we work closely with our medical and business functions in the years ahead, we will build upon our strong momentum and live our vision. We are excited about the challenges we face and committed to keeping the patient at the center of our ambitions. Tim Tarnowski Congratulations to our multidisciplinary teams on their significant accomplishments. Sergio Melgar & Tim Tarnowski Sergio Melgar Chief Financial Officer UK HealthCare, University of Kentucky Tim Tarnowski Chief Information Officer UK HealthCare, University of Kentucky UK HealthCare 3

6 Executive summary Investments in information technology (IT) will enable UK HealthCare to improve patient care, enhance communication with providers, adhere to regulations and operate profitably. The overarching goal is to have a single patient record that can be shared across the health care enterprise to improve the quality of care we provide to our patients. Information technology will be a fundamental organizer in relationship development and making improvements to care delivery. Therefore, UK HealthCare has invested heavily in information technology. Accomplishments The main area of investment in IT has included the automation of the inpatient medical record. Currently, UK HealthCare s electronic health record (EHR) includes computerized physician order entry (CPOE), electronic medication administration and online nursing documentation. Additionally, information systems have been implemented in the majority of UK HealthCare s clinical areas, such as surgery, the emergency department, laboratories, radiology imaging and pharmacy. Additionally, major IT investments have been made to support UK HealthCare s growth and system integration strategies. Several multiyear IT projects were completed to provide state-of-the-art information systems in both the new pavilion at UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital and at UK Good Samaritan Hospital. This will ensure that information on patient care provided in these settings will be accessible to all health care providers within UK HealthCare. The electronic integration of patient care data and information is an ongoing strategy being pursued by UK HealthCare. The entire health care industry is making major investments in health care IT. The American Reinvestment and Recovery Act included a component that has provided significant emphasis on improving health care IT capabilities. We will continue to leverage IT as a means to improve UK HealthCare. Future strategies Upcoming IT efforts in the inpatient setting will include the expansion of electronic physician documentation, the optimization of currently installed systems and improved analytics capabilities. These actions will continue to enhance our abilities to better serve patients in the inpatient settings, as well as position us for further system development. Continued investments in health care IT for the ambulatory settings are also being pursued. Implementing an electronic medical record in the ambulatory clinics 4 UK HealthCare

7 is a key component to our strategies. These investments will ensure accurate and complete patient information from all of our care settings is available to providers at any time and from any place. Following the success of the physician portal, UK HealthCare will pursue development of a secure patient portal. The ability to look up medications, test results, schedules and patient education will be part of this functionality. EMR JOURNEY TO DATE UK HealthCare will continue to pursue future meaningful use components, including participation in the Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE). Major implementations in our registration, admission, scheduling and billing information systems are also being considered in the overall IT investment plan. Updating the automation in these and other administrative functions is part of our overall strategy to continually improve our operational effectiveness and efficiency. IT will play a critical role in the organization s plans to develop closer working relationships and collaborations with community hospitals and providers. In order to operate as a more structured system, IT must be leveraged to provide information about the patient to all of the patient s caregivers no matter where a provider is located within the system. The complexity of developing an electronic medical record is illustrated. UK HealthCare has already implemented a majority of the components and is now actively pursuing the most complex components such as the patient health record, health information exchange and data warehouse & earlier Inpatient EMR/CPOE Surgery Info System Lab Radiology Registration Scheduling Billing Financial Decision Support Acute & Critical Care Clinical Documentation PACS HIMS/Medical Records Cardiology emar Document Image Scanning Patient Access Center EMR in ED Inpatient Pharmacy Bed Management Physician Documentation Good Samaritan Hospital Integration New Patient Care Facility - ED Lab Specimen Collection Analytics Outpatient Pharmacy Risk Management Central Telemetry Rx Writer Physician Portal New Patient Care Facility - Inpatient/ICU Ambulatory EMR Selection Georgetown Clinic EMR Health Information Exchange New Patient Care Facility - OR New Patient Care Facility - Data Center Encryption Inpatient EMR Meaningful Use Upgrade Meaningful Use Eligible Hospital Stage 1 Attestation Facility Boards UK HealthCare 5

8 Ambulatory Services Ambulatory Services Strategy 1. Transition of care (creating an integrated patient experience) 2. Space optimization 3. Access 4. Ambulatory services standardization Jonathan Curtright Marc Randall, MD What Ambulatory Services is Doing 1. Transition of care (creating an integrated patient experience) Inpatient & outpatient integration Outreach & on-campus integration Community-based practices integration Physician referral communication 2. Space optimization Right-sizing clinics Physical building growth Consolidation of services around patient needs 3. Access Patient access center - schegistration Outreach Subspecialty growth 4. Ambulatory services standardization Management structure reorganization Creating model clinics 1. Transition of care (creating an integrated patient experience) Single-patient health record Remote clinic access Referring physician access 2. Space optimization Clinic and building growth Standardization of clinic systems 3. Access Practice management system Patient access 4. Ambulatory services standardization Role-based system access Standardized model clinics 6 UK HealthCare

9 Behavioral Health Behavioral Health Strategy 1. Clinical documentation 2. Patient units 3. Best practices Darlene Spalding What Behavioral Health is Doing 1. Clinical documentation integration Integrate behavioral health clinical practice guidelines with Sunrise Clinical Manager 2. Patient units Segregation of units - Emergency room - Adult - Adolescence Methamphetamine Mom program 3. Best practices Follow behavioral health best practices 1. Clinical documentation Behavioral health clinical practice guidelines integration with Sunrise Clinical Manager 2. Patient units Segregation of units Methamphetamine Mom program 3. Best practices Behavioral health best practices UK HealthCare 7

10 Cardiology Cardiology Strategy 1. Electrophysiology and Catheterization Lab 2. Imaging 3. Outreach 4. Inpatient services 5. Clinic 6. Cardiac rehabilitation 7. Cardiovascular research 8. Education 9. Administration Justin Campbell Rick McClure, MD Susan Smyth, MD, PhD Vincent Sorrell, MD What Cardiology Is Doing 1. Electrophysiology and Catheterization Lab Provide program description 2. Imaging Computerized axial tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Echocardiogram Holter and event monitors Vascular Nuclear 3. Outreach Imaging Clinics Electronic medical record 4. Inpatient services Medical records Core measures 5. Clinic Electronic medical record Integration of Medtronic Paceart system for device clinic 6. Cardiac rehabilitation Integration of ScottCare s cardiovascular solutions with the electronic medical record and Sunrise Clinical Manager 7. Cardiovascular research Clinical database integration 8. Education Fellows Teaching database 9. Administration Scheduling faculty 1. Electrophysiology & Catheterization Lab Program optimization 2. Imaging Standardization of imaging protocols 3. Outreach Imaging Clinics Electronic medical record 4. Inpatient Services Inpatient portal services 5. Clinic Electronic medical record and cardiac data integration 6. Cardiac rehabilitation Electronic medical record 7. Cardiovascular research Clinical database integration 8. Education Physician and staff portals Teaching database 9. Administration Scheduling systems 8 UK HealthCare

11 Chief Medical Information Officer Chief Medical Information Officer Strategy 1. Optimization of clinical systems 2. Centralized data warehouse 3. Outreach and growth 4. IT recognition Carol Steltenkamp, MD What Chief Medical Information Officer is Doing 1. Optimization of clinical systems Stabilize clinical systems Research and implement the right systems EHR optimization 2. Centralized data warehouse Clinical and financial data into centralized data warehouse - Represented as a strategic asset - Reliable, accurate, authentic always available - Managed for local and outreach growth Reinforce flow of data to information to knowledge Informatics growth - Provide reliable, accurate information - Publish quality information 3. Outreach and growth Health record integration with: - National Health Information Network - Kentucky Health Information Exchange - Physician and patient portals Collaborate with health care colleges - Create support model for research, education synergies - Develop education, training environment - Engage, train and retain nursing staff Coordination of care through optimized use of technology 1. Optimization of clinical systems Optimization and improvement of clinical systems 2. Centralized data warehouse Clinical and financial data into centralized data warehouse Support of informatics growth 3. Outreach and growth Integration of health record with various levels of health information exchanges Research and education support model with health care colleges Develop education and training environment with reliable and accurate information Coordination of care 4. IT recognition Facilitate communication of IT value addition to UK HealthCare 4. IT recognition Market IT value addition to UK HealthCare Recognition of IT success, accomplishments, milestones UK HealthCare 9

12 Clinical Network Clinical Network Strategy Affiliate network 1. Outreach clinics network 2. Community division network 3. Network access and reporting Joe Claypool Karen Riggs What Clinical Network is Doing 1. Affiliate network Outlying community clinics and hospitals: - Specialty services - UK medical oversight presence 2. Outreach Clinics Network UK physicians providing specialty services at remote sites Outreach connectivity 3. Community division network UK physicians providing specialty services in own community Research: - Translational trials - Clinical trials 4. Network access and reporting Physician referral tracking Centralized inpatient and outpatient data warehouse Kentucky Hospital Association data sharing and reporting Clinical data sharing physician access portal Patient access portal Guideline, policy, procedure incorporation Telehealth 1. Affiliate network Specialty services 2. Outreach clinics network Specialty services Outreach connectivity 3. Community Division network Specialty services Research 4. Network access and reporting Referral tracking system Data warehouse Kentucky Hospital Association data sharing and reporting Access portals Telehealth Mobile applications 10 UK HealthCare

13 Clinical Performance Clinical Performance Strategy 1. High-quality care, patient safety & service 2. Providing the most efficient care 3. Standardized care 4. Continuum of care focus Paul DePriest, MD Carol Steltenkamp, MD What Clinical Performance is Doing 1. High-quality care, patient safety & service Evaluation of quality & patient safety Use of swarms Mortality reviews Power of collaboration benchmarking and best practices Core measure performance Infection control Rapid response teams Nurse-sensitive indicators 2. Providing the most efficient care Establishing standard work and adoption of lean techniques Competitive length of stay Managing capacity Adoption of culture for rapid-cycle changes 3. Standardized care Using informatic principles and advanced analytics to improve: - Operational effectiveness - Quality, safety, patient outcomes - Research and publication - Adoption of culture for rapidcycle changes Emphasis on evidence-based practice 4. Continuum of care focus Boundary focus across platforms of care Population health 1. High-quality care, patient safety & service Improving process through technology innovations Hardwire documentation, reporting for core measures, nurse-sensitive indicators, hospital-acquired conditions and patient safety indicators Automation of processes for infection control Predictive analytics mortality prediction and patient deterioration algorithms 2. Providing the most efficient care Usability of electronic documentation Electronic systems for patient flow and capacity management 3. Standardized care Data warehousing & data stewardship Analytics Real-time data availability at the point of care 4. Continuum of care focus Integration of disparate systems Creation of fully functioning electronic health record UK HealthCare 11

14 College of Medicine College of Medicine Strategy 1. Continuing education central function 2. Enterprise research storage Fred de Beer, MD What College of Medicine is Doing 1. Continuing education central function Increase number of students attending UK medical school Use distance learning synergies and educational media transmissions with the university Collaboration with College of Pharmacy on enterprise distance learning program 2. Enterprise research storage Provide appropriate storage mechanism for research How IT Can help 1. Continuing education central function Facilitate discussions with UK IT and College of Pharmacy to identify best approach moving forward Establish distance learning and educational media transmissions to increase number of students 2. Enterprise research storage Establish UK HealthCare storage solution for College of Medicine research 12 UK HealthCare

15 Compliance Compliance Strategy 1. Privacy & security 2. Research 3. Billing 4. Conflict of interest Andrew Hill Brett Short What Compliance is Doing 1. Privacy & security Mandatory reporting Media releases Encryption Comply-Line (confidential ethics and compliance reporting option) ComplyTrack Suite (enterprise risk management software) Single source data warehouse Compliance data storage growth and optimization Social media growth - Compliance - Documentation (TigerText secure mobile messaging platform) 2. Research Study manager optimization 3. Billing Hospital billing Professional billing Optimization - Eliminate waste - Enforce accountability - Pattern of practice for fraud 4. Conflict of interest Code of conduct optimization Gifts and benefits management optimization Conflict management optimization 1. Privacy & security Audit reports Encryption Compliance Data growth Social media 2. Research Study manager software 3. Billing Accountability Efficiency Fraud Billing optimization 4. Conflict of interest Tracking software Conflict of interest optimization UK HealthCare 13

16 Critical Care Critical Care Strategy 1. High-quality care & patient safety 2. Providing most efficient care 3. Data-based decision-making 4. Improve outcomes Pam Branson Kathleen Kopser Scott Morehead, MD What Critical Care is Doing 1. High-quality care & patient safety Evaluation of quality, patient safety in the intensive care unit Mortality predictability System standardization across the enterprise one intensive care unit 2. Providing most efficient care Improving process of care by establishing standard work and adoption of lean techniques Integration of all devices with new monitors for all intensive care unit beds Competitive length of stay Managing capacity Procedural support for ultrasound order, documentation and central line accreditation 3. Data-based decision-making Using informatics principles and advanced analytics to improve Emphasis on evidence-based practice 4. Improve outcomes Intensive care unit protocol development to improve outcomes Inclusion matrix of service lines Benchmarking against industry standards 1. High-quality care & patient safety Improving process through technology innovations Predictive analytics with mortality prediction and patient deterioration algorithms Electronic medical record standardization across disciplines and facilities 2. Providing most efficient care Usability of electronic documentation Electronic systems for patient flow and capacity management Device integration of new monitors 3. Data-based decision-making Analytic support for real-time decision-making Real-time data availability at the point of care Integration of evidence into the electronic medical record decision support 4. Improve outcomes Dashboard development to assist with protocol support Benchmarking using University HealthSystem Consortium and other industry standards 14 UK HealthCare

17 Development Development Strategy 1. Enterprise & College of Medicine fundraising activities 2. Fundraising audiences & approaches Vickie Myers Brad Smetanko What Development is Doing 1. Enterprise & College of Medicine fundraising activities Pavilion A and Arts in Healthcare hosted events Kentucky Children s Hospital - Facilities - Programs Research and education programs - Markey Cancer Center - Sanders-Brown Center on Aging - Other centers, departments Development consolidation and collaboration - Deans - UK central development office - UK HealthCare 2. Fundraising audiences & approaches Grateful patients - Secure major gifts Medical alumni - Annual phone-a-thon - Secure major planned and leadership gifts Employees, faculty & retirees - Secure major planned and leadership gifts Community - Secure major and planned gifts - Conduct targeted appeals and community fundraisers for focus areas Corporations and foundations - Secure gifts and grants to support focus areas 1. Enterprise & College of Medicine fundraising activities Pavilion A and Arts in HealthCare Kentucky Children s Hospital Research and education programs Consolidation of corporate development Development systems and analytics State-of-the-art fundraising software Benchmarking initiatives Gift processing database 2. Fundraising audiences & approaches Fundraising approaches UK HealthCare 15

18 Emergency Department Emergency Department Strategy 1. High-quality care & patient safety 2. Providing most efficient care 3. Data-based decision-making 4. Improved outcomes 5. Community integration Penne Allison What Emergency Department is Doing 1. High-quality care & patient safety Evaluation of quality, patient safety in the ED System standardization across the enterprise (One ED) 2. Providing most efficient care Improving efficiency, throughput to allow for growth and expansion of services Competitive door to doctor time Managing capacity turnaround time (TAT) Reduction of boarders and appropriate placement of patients Discharge order to discharge instructions 3. Data-based decision-making Using informatics principles and advanced analytics to improve care Emphasis on evidence based practice 4. Improved outcomes Continue to improve patient satisfaction and HCAHPS scores Benchmarking against industry standards 5. Community integration Integration to emergency management system Interoperability of outlying systems 1. High-quality care & patient safety Electronic medical record standardization across disciplines and facilities Always On strategies to provide uptime of electronic medical records and enhance patient safety Support innovation of technology in advancing patient care 2. Providing most efficient care Usability of electronic documentation Electronic systems for patient flow, capacity management Data reporting for process improvement Innovations to promote efficiency 3. Data-based decision-making Analytic support for real-time decision-making Real time data availability and identification for efficiency Allocation of dedicated resources in business intelligence 4. Improved outcomes Benchmarking using University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) and other industry standards Core measure data for compliance & improvements 5. Community integration Integration of disparate systems for interoperability 16 UK HealthCare

19 External Affairs External Affairs Strategy 1. Central Web function 2. Access Center 3. Contracts, vendor relationships 4. Health care reform 5. Portfolio Management Office optimization 6. Employee linkages 7. Affiliations Mark Birdwhistell Rob Edwards What Affairs External is Doing 1. Central Web function Web strategy Patient access portals 2. Access Center Physician access portal Centralized registry solution Process consolidation, collaboration Regional extension center 3. Contracts, vendor relationships Contract optimization 4. Health care reform Strategic alignment - Partner with health plans and affiliates Payor and provider integration of different performance and outcome models Accountable care organization and health maintenance organization integration Consumerism: Improve outcomes and reduce costs 5. Portfolio Management Office optimization Program director for Executive VP for Health Affairs 6. Employee linkages Support UK-HMO growth Change participant behaviors - UK-HMO - Community partners 7. Affiliations Norton community physicians Community physicians 1. Central Web function Web strategy collaboration Patient portals system delivery 2. Access Center Physician access portal Centralized registry Process consolidation and collaboration Regional extension center 3. Contracts, vendor relationships Contract optimization Vendor relationship software 4. Health care reform Payor and provider integration Accountable care organization and health maintenance organization integration Birdwhistell pyramid 5. Portfolio Management Office optimization Portfolio management Office support for EVPHA 6. Employee linkages UK-HMO 7. Affiliations Physician support UK HealthCare 17

20 Facilities Facilities Strategy 1. UK Good Samaritan Hospital 2. UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital (pavilions A, HA, H, G, CC) 3. Ambulatory Services Murray Clark What Facilities is Doing 1. UK Good Samaritan Hospital Evaluating the facility and developing a tactical facility plan to maintain operations within the facility for an extended period of time Upgrading infrastructure Upgrading clinical, ancillary and support spaces Repurpose clinical areas Specific emphasis is being placed on: - Operating room suites - Emergency Department - Endoscopy 2. UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital (pavilions A, HA, H, G, CC) Carry out the master facility plan for Chandler Hospital over a multiyear period - Fit up of additional patient care and support units in Pavilion A - Repurpose HA floors for Kentucky Children s Hospital - Move Markey inpatient units to Pavilion A - Repurpose Markey inpatient units for outpatient care - Repurpose or decommission vacated areas of Pavilion H Maintain facilities to insure quality patient care and functionality 3. Ambulatory Services Implement Ambulatory Services tactical facilities plan over one to five years, enhancing services by addressing: - Clinic realignments, relocations and expansions - Ambulatory care support functions - Faculty and staff support space - Patient and family amenities and support space 1. UK Good Samaritan Hospital Infrastructure, application and software validation or replacement 2. UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital (pavilions A, HA, H, G, CC) Infrastructure, application and software validation or replacement 3. Ambulatory Services Infrastructure, application and software validation or replacement 18 UK HealthCare

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