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1 Meaningful Use Stage 2 Administrator Training 1

2 During the call please mute your line to reduce background noise. 2

3 Agenda Review of the EHR Incentive Programs for Stage 2 Meaningful Use Measures and Corresponding SRS Workflow Resources Next Steps Q & A 3

4 Stage 2 Reporting Report on All Patients: Payer-Neutral Report by Attestation CMS provides a simple interactive tool: My EHR Participation Timeline 4

5 Meaningful Use Measures Stage 2 Report on 20 of 23 Measures plus CQMs: 17 Core Measures must report on all 6 Menu Measures must report on three (3) 9 Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) CQM reporting has been eliminated as a Core Measure However all providers are required to report on CQMs in order to demonstrate meaningful use 5

6 Meaningful Use Measures Stage 2 Exclusions: Some measures allow exclusions based on lack of relevance Physicians attest to meeting exclusion(s) Core Measure exclusions count as meeting the measure Menu Measure exclusion do not count as meeting the measure* (* Unless the EP has reasons to exclude more than 3 menu measures!) 6

7 Stage 2 Overview Minor Change from Stage 1 Moderate Change New Requirement Little Workflow Impact Moderate Impact Greater Impact eprescribing Demographics Vital Signs Smoking Status Patient List Privacy/Security Review Syndromic Surveillance Clinical Summary CDS Patient Education Immunization Registries Patient Reminders Med Reconciliation CPOE Lab Results Progress Note (M) Imaging Results (M) Family History (M) Online Access to Health Info Summary of Care Secure Messaging Registries (M) CQMs Not reportable, but still required: Problem List Medication List Medication Allergies 7

8 C1 - CPOE Computerized provider order entry for: Medications Laboratory orders* New in 2014 Radiology orders* New in 2014 *Includes orders for services done in office! Must be entered by a licensed* healthcare professional * Includes credentialed medical assistants! Order must be entered into EHR before any action can be taken on the order 8

9 C1 - CPOE Thresholds: > 60% of medications > 30% of laboratory orders > 30% of radiology orders Exclusions, EP writes: < 100 medication orders during the reporting period < 100 radiology orders during the reporting period < 100 laboratory orders during the reporting period 9

10 C1 - CPOE Orders / Results app for lab and radiology orders Rx module for medication orders 10

11 C2 eprescribing (erx) Generate and transmit permissible prescriptions electronically (erx) Threshold: > 50% of all permissible prescriptions Exclusions: EP writes < 100 permissible Rx New in 2014 Does not have a pharmacy within EP s organization and there are no pharmacies that accept erx within 10 miles of the EP s practice location at the start of the reporting period 11

12 C3 Record Demographics Record preferred language, sex, race, ethnicity, date of birth New in 2014: Preferred Language now has a specified standard The term gender is replaced with the term sex Unknown no longer accepted for language, race, or ethnicity Declined status for each field Can select more than one racial designation Does not have to be updated at every visit Threshold: > 80% of all unique patients seen No exclusion 12

13 C3 Record Demographics Demographics required for other measures New in 2014 : Source of Payment required for CQMs required for Patient Electronic Access (C-7) Contact method for Patient Reminders (C-12) New data required for Immunizations (C-16): Consent To transmit data to registries Guarantor Responsible party Publicity Code (contact method) 13

14 C3 Record Demographics Unknown is no longer an option for Language, Race or Ethnicity! 14

15 C-7: Demographics Preferred Language Options Race Options Ethnicity Options There are 188 languages, American Indian Hispanic Origin please refer to Languages document! Asian Non-Hispanic Origin Black Native Hawaiian White Note: If you would like to update any of your barcoded forms to include these options, please send a request to 15

16 C4 Record Vital Signs Record and chart changes in the following: Height/length and weight all ages Blood pressure ( age 3) Does not have to be updated at every visit Threshold: > 80% of all unique patients seen 16

17 C4 Record Vital Signs Exclusions: Blood Pressure No patients 3 years, or not relevant to scope of practice Height/Length and Weight Not relevant to scope of practice All three vitals Not relevant to scope of practice 17

18 C4 Record Vital Signs BMI is automatically calculated! Note: Additional vitals are optional. There are admin settings to turn these off if your practice is not interested in gathering that data. However, some CQMs require data entry in the Vitals app. 18

19 C5 Record Smoking Status Record smoking status for patients 13 years old Threshold: > 80% of all unique patients New in expanded status list Do not have to update at every visit Exclusion: EP does not see any patients 13 years old 19

20 C5 Record Smoking Status 20

21 C6 Clinical Decision Support Rules New in 2014: Two (2) Measures! Measure 1: Implement five (5) clinical decision support interventions related to four (4) or more clinical quality measures Absent four clinical quality measures related to an EP s scope of practice or patient population, the clinical decision support interventions must be related to high-priority health conditions Measure 2: Drug-drug and drug-allergy interaction checks are enabled for the entire reporting period Exclusion: For Measure 2 only - any EP who writes <100 medication orders* during the reporting period (*includes controlled substances!) 21

22 C6 Clinical Decision Support Rules CQM/CDS Admin PowerTab to activate CDSRs Rules already created, accessed via Cloud No action required by EP Attestation is Yes / No 22

23 C6 Clinical Decision Support Rules Note: New audit trail captures when a rule is selected for a provider using CQM/CDSR Power Tab! 23

24 C7 Patient Electronic Access Provide patients the ability to view online, download and transmit their health information within four business days Measure 1: > 50% of all unique patients seen by the EP during the reporting period are provided timely online access to their health information New in 2014: Replaces the Stage 1 Core Measure "Provide patients with an electronic copy of their health information Measure 2 - New in 2014: > 5% of all unique patients seen by the EP during the reporting period view, download, or transmit to a third party their health information (Requires action by the patient!) 24

25 C7 Patient Electronic Access Exclusion: Insufficient broad-band access* * EP conducts 50% of patient encounters in a county that does not have 3Mbps broadband availability at 50% of its housing units on the first day of the reporting period may exclude only the second measure (According to the latest information available from the FCC) 25

26 C7 Patient Electronic Access Must provide via Patient Portal* SRS Communicator (v9) - or- SRS Patient Portal EHR will send instructions to patient automatically * Both require patient s address; SRS Communicator requires consent! 26

27 C8 Clinical Summaries Provide clinical summaries to patients for each office visit New in 2014: One business day instead of three! New in 2014: Automatically sent to Patient Portal (or can print or provide on CD/USB) Patient can decline Threshold: > 50% of office visits Exclusion: Any EP who has no office visits during the reporting period 27

28 C9 Protect Electronic Health Info Conduct or review a security risk analysis Implement security updates as necessary and correct identified security deficiencies Must be done before the end of the reporting period Security Risk Tipsheet Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Downloads/SecurityRiskAssessment_FactSheet_U pdated pdf Security Risk Assessment Tool 28

29 C9 Protect Electronic Health Info Government Guide to Privacy and Security: For more information on the HIPAA Security Rule: No exclusion Attestation is Yes / No This must be done every year! 29

30 C10 Clinical Lab-Test Results Incorporate clinical lab-test results as structured data Threshold: > 55% of all clinical lab tests results ordered during the reporting period whose results are in either: A positive/negative format Numerical format Exclusion: Any EP who orders no lab tests where results are either in a positive/negative affirmation or numeric format during the reporting period 30

31 C10 Clinical Lab-Test Results Orders / Results app Dashboard display 31

32 C11 Patient Lists Generate a list of patients by specific condition New in 2014: This was a Menu Measure in Stage 1 Threshold: One (1) report for each EP for the current reporting period No exclusion Attestation is Yes / No Use Advanced Reporting Module 32

33 C12 Preventive Care (Patient Reminders) Send patient reminders for preventive/follow-up care* using clinical information Must be sent by patient s preferred communication method New in 2014: This was a Menu Measure in Stage 1 Threshold: > 10% of all unique patients who have had 2 office visits with the EP within the 24 months before the beginning of the reporting period * Reminders for preventive/follow-up care must be for care that the patient is not already scheduled to receive! 33

34 C12 Preventive Care (Patient Reminders) A patient may decline to receive reminders (does not count in numerator for MU!) 34

35 C12 Preventive Care (Patient Reminders) Two steps: Use the Advanced Reporting module to create a list of patients who should receive a particular reminder Note: SRS does not create nor send the actual reminders; it is up to the practice to do so! 35

36 C12 Preventive Care (Patient Reminders) Use the Patient Reminder Power Tab to document the reminder was sent to the patient; or to indicate if the patient declined to receive reminders Note: You must do this for each patient, one at a time. Reminders must be sent per patient preference, e.g. mail, phone or secure messaging. 36

37 C13 Patient-Specific Education Resources Provide Patient Education based on clinical information New in 2014: This was a Menu Measure in Stage 1 Threshold: >10% of all unique patients with office visits seen by the EP during the reporting period Exclusion: Any EP who has no office visits during the reporting period 37

38 C13 Patient-Specific Education Resources New info buttons for Diagnoses and Rx History Can still use Patient Education PowerTab, but this minimizes searching! -or- Use hand-outs 38

39 Interoperability in Stage 2 Stage 2 focuses on interoperability sending and receiving clinical patient information to/from other providers of care. Transfer of Care IN Measure C14 Medication Reconciliation (and Discrete Data Reconciliation DDR ) Transfer of Care OUT Measure C15 Summary of Care 39

40 C14 Medication Reconciliation The EP who receives a patient from another setting or provider of care New patient Summary of Care received from another provider (via paper, fax, electronic delivery) New in 2014: This was a Menu Measure in Stage 1 (it was not a SRS-recommended measure) Threshold: > 50% of transitions into the care of the EP Exclusion: Any EP who has not received any transitions of care during the reporting period 40

41 C14 Medication Reconciliation Two-step process: SRS Desktop Rx Module 41

42 C15 Summary of Care The EP who transitions or refers a patient to another setting or provider of care should provide a summary care record This measure has 3 sub measures; must meet all 3! Measure 1: The EP who transitions or refers their patient to another setting or provider of care provides a summary of care record* for > 50% of transitions of care and referrals (*Sent electronically, printed or faxed) 42

43 C15 Summary of Care Measure 2: The EP who transitions or refers their patient provides a summary of care record for > 10% of such transitions and referrals via electronic transmission Via Direct Messaging (secure ) 43

44 C15 Summary of Care Measure 3: An EP must satisfy one of the following criteria during the reporting period: Conducts one successful electronic exchanges of a summary of care document with a recipient who has a different certified EHR Conducts a successful test with the CMS designated test EHR Attestation for Measure 3 only is Yes / No Exclusion: Any EP who transfers a patient to another setting or refers a patient to another provider < 100 times during the reporting period is excluded from all three measures 44

45 C15 Summary of Care Available Fields: Patient name Referring or transitioning provider's name and office contact information Procedures Encounter diagnosis Functional status, including activities of daily living, cognitive and disability status Immunizations Laboratory test results Vital signs Smoking status Demographic information 45

46 C15 Summary of Care Available Fields (cont d): Care plan field, including goals and instructions Care team including the primary care provider of record and any additional known care team members beyond the referring or transitioning provider and the receiving provider Reason for referral Current problem list (EPs may also include historical problems at their discretion) Current medication list Current medication allergy list 46

47 C15 Summary of Care 47

48 C16 Immunization Registries Successful ongoing electronic submission to immunization registries or immunization information systems New in 2014: Additional data points: Lot expiration date Vaccine Information Statement New demographics: Patient consent Responsible party Publicity Code Attestation is Yes / No 48

49 C16 Immunization Registries Exclusion: Any EP that meets one or more of the following criteria: Does not administer any reportable immunizations No local immunization registry / information system Is capable of accepting the specific standards required at the start of the reporting period Provides timely information on capability to receive immunization data That is capable of accepting the specific standards at the start of the reporting period can enroll additional EPs 49

50 C16 Immunization Registries Immunizations Consent 50

51 C16 Immunization Registries Immunizations Demographics 51

52 C17 Secure Electronic Messaging Patient messaging through the portal Threshold: > 5% of unique patients seen by the EP during the reporting period sent a message (Requires action by the patient!) Exclusions Any EP: Who has no office visits during the reporting period Insufficient broad-band access* * Conducts 50% of patient encounters in a county that does not have 3Mbps broadband availability at 50% of its housing units on the first day of the reporting period may exclude only the second measure (According to the latest information available from the FCC) 52

53 Menu Measures Overview 6 Menu Measures must report on three (3) M1 Syndromic Surveillance M2 Electronic Notes M3 Imaging Results M4 Family Health History M5 Report Cancer Cases (a.k.a. Cancer Registries) M6 Report Specific Cases (a.k.a. Specialized Registries) New in 2014: Menu Measure exclusions do not count as meeting the measure* (* Unless the EP has reasons to exclude more than 3 menu measures!) 53

54 M1 Syndromic Surveillance Data Submission Ongoing submission of electronic syndromic surveillance data to a public health agency Attestation is Yes / No Exclusions - Any EP that meets one or more of the following criteria: Does not collect any reportable information on their patients 54

55 M1 Syndromic Surveillance Data Submission Exclusions (cont d) No local public health agency: Is capable of receiving electronic syndromic surveillance data in the specific standards at the start of the reporting period* * This exclusion does not apply if the public health agency has designated a Health Information Exchange to do so on their behalf, and the HIE can accept the data in the specific standards Provides timely information on capability to receive syndromic surveillance data That is capable of accepting the specific standards at the start of the reporting period can enroll additional EPs 55

56 M2 Electronic Notes Enter at least one electronic progress note Use existing Word document or enote PowerTab Some portion must be text-searchable, and note may contain drawings and other content Threshold: > 30% of unique patients with at least one office visit during the reporting period No exclusion 56

57 M2 Electronic Notes enote PowerTab 57

58 M3 Imaging Results Imaging results are accessible through the EHR Results consist of the image itself and any other accompanying information Images do not have to be stored in the EHR Images and imaging results that are scanned into the EHR may be counted in the numerator of this measure. Threshold: > 10% of all tests whose result is one or more images ordered by the EP during the reporting period Works in conjunction with CPOE PACS that communicate via HL7 will automatically match to order Scanned results will have to be manually matched 58

59 M3 Imaging Results Exclusions: Any EP who: Orders <100 tests whose result is an image during the reporting period, or Who has no access to electronic imaging results at the start of the reporting period 59

60 M4 Family Health History Record patient family health history for one: Parents Offspring Siblings Unknown is acceptable Do not have to update at every visit Threshold: > 20% of all unique patients Exclusion: EP has no office visits during the reporting period Note: The Flow Sheet Family History Tab will be disabled in Version 9! 60

61 M4 Family Health History Family History App on the Dashboard 61

62 M5 Report Cancer Cases (Cancer Registries) Successful ongoing submission to a public health central cancer registry Attestation is Yes / No Exclusions - EP that meets at least 1 of the following criteria may be excluded from this objective: Does not diagnose or directly treat cancer 62

63 M5 Report Cancer Cases (Cancer Registries) Exclusions (Cont d) No local public health agency: Is capable of receiving electronic cancer case information in the specific standards required at the at the beginning of the reporting period Provides timely information on their capability to receive electronic cancer case information That is capable of receiving electronic cancer case information in the specific standards at the beginning of the reporting period can enroll additional EPs 63

64 M6 Report Specific Cases (Specialized Registries) Identify and report specific cases to a specialized registry (other than a cancer registry), and successful ongoing submission Attestation is Yes / No Exclusions - EP that meets at least 1 of the following criteria may be excluded from this objective: Does not diagnose or directly treat any disease associated with a specialized registry 64

65 M6 Report Specific Cases (Specialized Registries) Exclusions (Cont d) No specialized registry: Is capable of receiving electronic specific case information in the specific standards at the beginning of the reporting period Provides timely information on capability to receive information into their specialized registries That is capable of receiving electronic specific case information in the specific standards at the beginning of the reporting period can enroll additional EPs 65

66 Menu Measures Overview 6 Menu Measures must report on three (3) M1 Syndromic Surveillance M2 Electronic Notes M3 Imaging Results M4 Family Health History M5 Report Cancer Cases (a.k.a. Cancer Registries) M6 Report Specific Cases (a.k.a. Specialized Registries) New in 2014: Menu Measure exclusions do not count as meeting the measure* (* Unless the EP has reasons to exclude more than 3 menu measures!) 66

67 Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) New in 2014: No longer a Core Measure but you still have to report! Can report once to simultaneously satisfy both MU and PQRS Report on 9 CQMs over 3 domains Select from ecqms (i.e., CQMs with electronic specifications) National Quality Strategy domains: Patient and Family Engagement Patient Safety Care Coordination Population and Public Health Efficient Use of Healthcare Resources Clinical Processes/Effectiveness 67

68 CQMs: Reporting Options Report CQMs electronically and coordinate with PQRS*: Attest to other MU requirements for calendar quarter (w/o CQMs) Submit CQMs directly from SRS EHR at end of year (See Client Alert 1/6/14) Satisfies PQRS and earns 0.5% incentive Avoids % PQRS penalty Completes 2014 MU attestation Report CQMs by attestation: For quarter with MU attestation Report PQRS separately for full year (either electronically at end of year or via claims or registry) If only participating in the Medicaid Incentive Program, submit CQM data directly to your state * New providers who will be in Stage 1, Year 1 must report CQMs by attestation. 68

69 Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) New CQM/CDS Admin PowerTab to select CQMs and related CDS CQMs require additional data: Visit Type App E&M Encounter start/stop time Vitals App enhancements for certain CQMs Other 69

70 Resources For additional information, please see: CMS Eligible Professional s Guide to MU Stage 2 Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Downloads/Stage2_Guide_EPs_9_23_13.pdf?ut m_medium= &utm_source=govdelivery Measure Specifications Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Downloads/Stage2_MeaningfulUseSpecSheet_ TableContents_EPs.pdf CMS Stage 2 EHR Incentive Program Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Stage_2.html CMS EHR Information Center: SRS Customer Service Portal Knowledgebase 70

71 Next Steps Review measures and allocate responsibilities Schedule training for staff Open a Support ticket to update forms with the government-defined options for race, ethnicity and smoking status, if needed Investigate if your local public health agencies can accept electronic data for syndromic surveillance and immunizations Investigate if your cancer and/or specialized registries can accept electronic data 71

72 Q & A 72

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