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1 Overview of Health IT in Utah: Data to Inform and Improve Performance Office of Economic Analysis, Evaluation and Modeling & State HIE Program December 2011

2 Chartpack Team Office of Economic Analysis, Evaluation and Modeling Vaishali Patel Matt Swain Dustin Charles Emily Hogin Meghan Hufstader State HIE Program Team Claudia Williams & Erica Galvez Evelyn Gallego & Uchenna Okoji Questions? Please contact your project officer with any questions. Health Information Technology 2

3 Overview of the Data Health Information Technology 3

4 What is in the Chartpacks? National and state data on: Health information exchange EHR adoption Capacity to exchange Active exchange Adoption of a basic EHR Exchange what types of data? (e-rx, lab data, care summaries) Exchange with who? (physicians, hospitals, pharmacies, labs, patients) Intent to apply for Meaningful Use Health Information Technology 4

5 Goals of the Chartpacks : A Tool for States Provide a snapshot of current levels of HIE/HIT capacity and activity underway Assess trends over time Help identify gaps as well as areas of strength Health Information Technology 5

6 Why Chartpacks? Regional extension centers Workforce training Medicare & Medicaid Incentives and penalties State grants for health Information exchange Standards & certification framework Privacy & Security framework Adoption of EHRs Meaningful Use of EHRs Exchange of health information Research to enhance HIT Improved health outcomes ability to study and improve care delivery Increased transparency and efficiency Source: Blumenthal D. Launching HITECH. N Engl J Med Jan

7 About the Data Sources ONC acquired potential indicators of HIT adoption and use from 3 major sources: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) EMR Supplement: The National Center for Health Statistics conducts this survey of physicians who work in ambulatory care settings annually by mail. Starting in 2010, the sample size was increased so we could generate statelevel estimates. American Hospital Association (AHA) survey Health IT Supplement: The American Hospital Association administers this annual survey of hospitals CIOs online and by mail. We report on non-federal acute care hospitals. Surescripts: A leading e-prescription network, Surescripts provides the highest quality representative sample of e-prescribing by providers and pharmacies in the United States. Health Information Technology 7

8 Current Data Sources Potential Indicators of HIT/HIE Capacity and Activity Data Source EHR adoption Labs erx Care Summary Consumer State Level Estimates NAMCS X X X** X** X AHA (Hospital) X X X X X* Surescripts X X *Generation of State-Level estimate depends upon sample size and response rate. **2011 data only will be available later this year. Health Information Technology 8

9 ONC s Current Data Sources Provider Surveys Physicians NAMCS Hospitals AHA Time Frame Annually Annually Population Physicians who work in ambulatory care settings CIOs of non-federal acute care hospitals Admin. Mail Online & mail Limitations Possible overestimate of adoption/use rates due to self-reported data & respondent bias 9

10 E-Prescribing Data Source Surescripts, a leading e- prescription network, provides the highest quality representative sample of e-prescribing in the United States. Data on providers and pharmacies are available quarterly. Market presence may vary in certain territories/states.* Enabled pharmacy Active pharmacy connected to the Surescripts network has processed at least one electronic prescription in the last month. *Please report pharmacies that are on a different network to your project officer 10

11 Data Strengths and Limitations Source Strengths Limitations NAMCS AHA Oversampling to generate statelevel estimates Administered by NCHS High response rate High response rate Respondent is the hospital CIO Self-reported Non-responder bias Self-reported Non-respondent bias No oversampling Overestimation of HIT adoption Surescripts Geographic scope of more than 92% of all pharmacies nationwide Large sample size Zip code level data Includes both nurse practitioners and physicians Coverage varies by state Denominator not supplied Due to small sample sizes, in some cases we may not be able to generate reliable state-level estimates. When the Relative Standard Error is high, it is considered an unreliable estimate and will be indicated with either an asterisk or the data will not be shown. Health Information Technology 11

12 NAMCS Chart Packs Health Information Technology 12

13 National Trends: Physician EHR Adoption 35% 'Basic' EHR Adoption by Office-Based Physicians 30% 30% 25% 25% 20% 20% 21% 20% 21% 15% 17% 15% 14% Overall Primary Care 10% 13% Small Practices ( 10 Physicians) Rural* 5% 0% Source: NAMCS, *Rural = Non-Metropolitan Rural estimates not shown for 2008 because >30% relative standard error 13

14 How does your State Compare to National Estimates? Proportion of Office-Based Physicians that have Adopted a 'Basic' EHR 64% 52% 43% 25% 21% 30% Overall Small Practices ( 10 Physicians) Primary Care National Utah Source: NAMCS,

15 Nationwide: Physician Meaningful Use Intent Overall MU Intent for Office-Based Physicians in the Country MU Intent for Key Physicians MU Intend to Apply in % Uncertain 45% Yes 41% Primary Care 50% No 14% Small Practices ( 10 Physicians) 85% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Source: NAMCS, 2010 Health Information Technology 15

16 Physician MU Intent in your State Overall MU Intent for Office-Based Physicians in Utah MU Intent for Key Physicians MU Intend to Apply in % Uncertain 38% Yes 49% Primary Care 46% No 13% Small Practices ( 10 Physicians) 78% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Utah Source: NAMCS,

17 National Trends: Physicians Viewing Lab Results Electronically PIN Priority % Proportion of Office-Based Physicians with the Capability: View Lab Results Electronically Overall Capability With EHR Without EHR Source: NAMCS, EHR defined by those who report having any EHR 17

18 How does your state compare to national estimates? PIN Priority Office-Based Physicians Capability: Viewing Electronic Lab Results 68% 44% 37% 19% 25% 7%* With EHR Without EHR No Capability to Exchange National Utah Source: NAMCS, 2010 EHR defined by those who report having any EHR * Indicates unreliable estimate, Relative Standard Error >

19 How does your state compare to national estimates? 48% Office-Based Physicians Capacity: Electronic Lab Test Ordering 55% 48% 37% 8% 4%* With EHR Without EHR No Capability to Exchange National Utah Source: NAMCS, 2010 EHR defined by those who report having any EHR * Indicates unreliable estimate, Relative Standard Error >

20 Nationwide Comparisons Health Information Technology 20

21 Statewide Estimates: Physician EHR Adoption Percentile Source: NAMCS,

22 Statewide Estimates: Physician Intent to apply for Meaningful Use MU Percentile Source: NAMCS,

23 Statewide Estimates: Physicians Viewing Lab Results Electronically PIN Priority Percentile Source: NAMCS,

24 Statewide Estimates: Physician Electronic Lab Test Ordering Percentile Source: NAMCS,

25 Measures of eprescribing Health Information Technology 25

26 Dec-08 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 How does your State Compare to National Estimates? PIN Priority Percent of Retail Community Pharmacies Enabled to e-prescribe and Actively e-prescribing on the Surescripts Network in Utah % State of the Nation September 2011 Enabled nationwide: 92.4% Active nationwide: 90.9% 0.0 Enabled in State Active in State Data Source: Surescripts

27 Surescripts Connectivity: Urban vs. Rural Pharmacies Dec-08 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Percent of Retail Community Pharmacies Connected to the Surescripts Network in Urban and Rural Counties in Utah % State of the Nation September 2011 Enabled urban: 93.1% Enabled rural: 90.2% Percent Enabled in Urban Counties Percent Enabled in Rural Counties Data Source: Surescripts

28 Trend in Medication History Requests 250,000 Medication History Requests on the Surescripts Network in Utah 225, , , ,000 82,203 50,000 The medication history request variable measures adoption and demand, describing the number of medication histories sought on the Surescripts network. There are 240 million patients with medication history data in the Surescripts database. Their information comes from participating pharmacy benefit managers and pharmacies. 0 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Data Source: Surescripts

29 AHA Data Health Information Technology 29

30 % How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? 30 Adoption of (Basic) EHRs by All Hospitals National * Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 30

31 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % 20 Adoption of (Basic) EHRs by Rural Hospitals National 7 Utah 0 0* Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 31

32 % How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? 30 Adoption of (Basic) EHRs by Small Hospitals * 14 11* National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 32

33 Statewide Estimates: Hospital EHR Adoption Percentile Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 Health Information Technology 33

34 Meaningful Use Health Information Technology 34

35 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? Year Hospitals Intend to Apply for Meaningful Use MU National Utah Do not know 11% % No 15% % No 17% Do not know 21% %* %* % %* Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 35

36 Statewide Estimates: Hospitals Intending to Apply for MU in 2011/2012 MU Percentile Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 Health Information Technology 36

37 Measures of Lab Exchange Health Information Technology 37

38 % % How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? Inside Hospital System % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Laboratory Reports Outside Hospital System 17 10* 16 PIN Priority National Utah National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 38

39 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Laboratory Reports with Ambulatory Providers Outside Their System PIN Priority National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 Health Information Technology 39

40 Other Measures of Exchange Health Information Technology 40

41 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % % % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Radiology Reports MU Inside Hospital System Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey National Utah Outside Hospital System National Utah Health Information Technology 41

42 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % % % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Medication Histories with Hospitals MU Inside Hospital System Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey National Utah Outside Hospital System * 0* National Utah *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 42

43 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % % % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Care Summaries with Hospitals MU Inside Hospital System Outside Hospital System * 14 5* National Utah National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 43

44 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Radiology Reports with Ambulatory Providers Outside Their System MU National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Health Information Technology 44

45 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Medication Histories with Ambulatory Providers Outside Their System MU * 30 8* National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 45

46 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Care Summaries with Ambulatory Providers Outside Their System MU * National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 Health Information Technology 46

47 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? PIN Priority 73 % of Hospitals Electronically Exchanging Key Data with Ambulatory Providers Inside Their System MU National Utah Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 Lab Reports Rad Reports Med Histories Clinical Care Summaries Health Information Technology 47

48 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? National % of Hospitals with Capacity to Provide Patients with an Electronic Copy of their Health Information 1 within 3 Business Days MU Yes 36% Mechanism of Sharing No 64% None 22 Other 9* 16 Utah No 61% Yes 39% USB Secure Messaging Patient Portal PHR * * % Utah National Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 *Estimate not reliable due to sample size and relative standard error greater than.49 1 Includes all of the following: Diagnostic test results, problem lists, medication lists, allergies, and discharge summaries 48

49 Statewide Estimates: Hospitals Sharing Data Electronically with Patients Percentile Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from

50 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % of Hospitals with Capacity to Send Electronic Reminders to Patients National Utah Yes 29% Yes 36% No 71% No 64% Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from 2010 Health Information Technology 50

51 Statewide Estimates: Hospitals with Capacity to Send Electronic Reminders to Patients Percentile Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from

52 Statewide Estimates: HIE/HIO available in region Percentile Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from

53 Statewide Estimates: Exchange Capacity/Participating in an HIO Percentile Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Data from

54 How Does Your State Compare to the National Estimates? % of Hospitals with Exchange Capacity and Participating in an HIO % National Data Source: AHA Hospital Survey Utah 54

55 Thank you! Health Information Technology 55

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