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1 Developing an Effective Health Informatics Community of Practice Donna DuLong, BSN, FHIMSS University of Colorado Denver College of Nursing Wednesday, February 23, 2012 DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily represent official policy or position of HIMSS.

2 Conflict of Interest Disclosure Donna DuLong, RN, FHIMSS Has no real or apparent conflicts of interest to report HIMSS

3 Learning Objectives 1. Describe a HIT learning community of practice 2. Identify critical stakeholders and methods to engage their participation in a HIT learning community of practice 3. Describe at least 3 activities that define the HIT learning community of practice 4. Describe evaluation mechanisms to improve the HIT learning community of practice

4 Healthcare Informatics Health informatics (also called health care informatics, healthcare informatics, medical informatics or biomedical informatics) is a discipline at the intersection of information science, computer science, and health care. It deals with the resources, devices, and methods required to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and use of information in health and biomedicine. Health informatics tools include not only computers but also clinical guidelines, formal medical terminologies, and information and communication systems. This support is accomplished through the use of information structures, information processes, and information technology.

5 HIT Community

6 HIT Learning Community of Practice A learning community of practice is designed to support the professional growth and learning needs of the HIT professional, across their career lifespan.

7 HIT Workforce Needs A work force capable of innovating, implementing and using health communications and information technologies will be critical to healthcare s success. Institute of Medicine, Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality (2003)

8 Right Profession, Right Time According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health information technicians and medical records professionals held 172,500 jobs in 2008 with 39 percent in hospitals; by 2018, a 20 percent growth is expected resulting in 207,600 jobs. Source: 8

9 National Workforce Development Initiative Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) program to train 50,000 new Health IT workers 12 Defined Health IT Roles Funded $84 million Part of HITEC Act (Federal stimulus money) Information available at:

10 ONC Workforce Development Programs Four (4) Programs Community College Consortia Curriculum Development Centers Competency Examination University-Based Training Provides curriculum development and scholarship monies Emphasis is on programs 1 year or less in duration Online (distance) programs

11 Health IT Workforce Roles 12 HIT Roles Funded via Certificate or Masters Programs Community Colleges 6 month Certificates Universities 1 year Certificate/2 year Masters 1. Practice workflow and information management redesign specialists 2. Clinician/practitioner consultants 3. Implementation support specialists 4. Implementation managers 5. Technical/software support staff 6. Trainers 7. Clinical/Public Health Leader 8. Health Information Management and Exchange Specialist 9. Health Information Privacy and Security Specialist 10. Research and Development Scientist 11. Programmers and Software Engineer 12. Health IT Sub-specialist

12 Program Objectives Strong focus on informatics driving efficiency, process improvement, quality outcomes 84 community colleges to train 10,500 health IT students 9 university-based training programs to train 1,500 students

13 Training Resources Community College training Focus on HIT workers for implementing EHR systems and achieving meaningful use 4 out of 6 roles are for mobile health IT workers University-based training programs Focus on HIT professional and management roles Curriculum Development Available to public at

14 Rethinking Healthcare Delivery What skills will our healthcare workforce need in the future? What key technologies will be most important to teaching, learning, or creative expression within the next five years?

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16 Beyond Data Requirements It s more than it s all about data Rethinking the healthcare worker s knowledge, skill, and attitude competency needs New tools of the trade

17 Educational Strategies 3D Video Augmented Reality Collaborative Environments Collective Intelligence Crowd Sourcing Digital Identity Digital Preservation Game-Based Learning Geolocation Gesture-Based Computing Learning Analytics Location-Based Services Mobile Apps Personal Learning Environments Semantic Applications Smart Objects Social Media Social Networking Tagging Telepresence Virtual Worlds Visual Data Analysis Wireless Power Source: Horizon Project Technologies at

18 New Skill Requirements Digital media literacy beyond information and computer literacy Offensive and inaccurate content, social networks and privacy, scams, hoaxes and phishing, safety and cyberbullying Digital citizenship digital identity protection Digital wisdom

19 Educational Strategies Virtual Classrooms Synchronous workgroups Virtual patient interactions Find a place where limitations are just stepping stones, to a place with no limitations. - Alice Krueger, President, Virtual Ability

20 Educational Strategies Data Visualization Data is the new soil David McCandless, TEDtalks Director, from The beauty of data visualization Allows us to see patterns and connections that matter, and then design the information to tell a story, and focus only on the information that matters most

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22 Workforce Transitions Mentor opportunities Professional organizations Social network connections Career resources Resume writing Interview skills Working with recruiters Ongoing educational opportunities

23 Mentor Opportunities HIMSS E-mentoring Program Emerging Professional Webcasts LEAN Six Sigma Workshop Intern or volunteer programs Advisory Board ONC-related initiatives (e.g., HIE organizations, Regional Extension Centers, Beacon, etc.)

24 Professional Organizations Build awareness and encourage participation in professional organizations designed to advance their education and build a professional network: Health Information Management & Systems Society (HIMSS) American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)

25 HIMSS Mission: To lead healthcare transformation through the effective use of health information technology. Job/career resources Networking and educational activities at local, national, and international level Special interest groups Professional Development/Advancement Options Discounted student membership fee

26 AMIA Mission: AMIA is dedicated to promoting the effective organization, analysis, management, and use of information in health care in support of patient care, public health, teaching, research, administration, and related policy. Discounted student membership fee Active special interest groups with social network Subscriptions and discounts to numerous peerreviewed scientific journals

27 AHIMA Mission: Advancing healthcare through quality information for more than 80 years >60,000 members Discounted student membership fee Communities of Practice (CoP) Body of Knowledge resource (BoK) Local and state chapters for networking and educational opportunities Professional development/advancement

28 Career Resources Health Care IT Jobs ( In the Know CIO ( HIS Talk ( Health Informatics Forum ( 28

29 Career Resources Life as a Healthcare CIO ( Clinical Informatics Wiki ( Nursing Informatics ( New HITEC website ( 29

30 Stay on top of your game! For Educators For Employers For New HIT workers For Current HIT workers

31 Questions? Contact Donna DuLong

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