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By Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA

Last year I was a job finalist as Chief Medical Information Officer for the State of Georgia. It did not get the job. And yes, it was before the data breech at the State House, Health Insurance Commissioner’s Office and Court House.

DEFINITION: https://www.amazon.com/Dictionary-Health-Information-Technology-Security/dp/0826149952/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1254413315&sr=1-5

FOREWORD: https://medicalexecutivepost.com/2008/02/29/richard-j-mata-md-ms-ms-cis-cmp%e2%84%a2-hon/

The CMIO was a C-Suite executive position responsible for championing institutional security. Physician awareness of electronic and HIPAA policy and procedure developments, while working to ensure compliance with internal and external standards related to medical information security, was vital. The CMIO was appointed, and reported, directly by the Governor.

ESSAY: https://medicalexecutivepost.com/2010/07/07/understanding-clinical-and-financial-features-of-medical-practice-emrs-hospital-it-systems/

And so, I developed the following list of duties and responsibilities in my preparation quest. It is offered to those seeking similar opportunities. No guarantees, implicitly or explicitly, are implied. Good Luck!

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By Shahid N. Shah MS

M-Health or “mobile health” is an industry term for collectively defining those tools and technologies that can be used on “smart phones” like iPhone, Blackberry, Android, or on traditional mobile phones from various vendors.

Unlike traditional computers, almost every patient that walks into your medical office, as well as all your own staff, have mobile devices already. If you can find mobile applications that can help your practice you can immediately put to use without large capital expenses, network configuration, and other technical tasks.


The M-Health Initiative

According to the mHealth Initiative, there are 12 major “application clusters” in mobile health: patient communication, access to web-based resources, point of care documentation, disease management, education programs, professional communication, administrative applications, financial applications, emergency care, public health, clinical trials, and body area networks.


The Applications

Almost all of these applications are focused around the patient but most of them will be directly useful to you and your staff as well. Here’s how:

  • Improving physician-patient communications. You can get your staff to send out text messages, e-mails, photos, and other information about your practice to the patient before their visit. You can remind them about appointments, tell them what to expect, ask them for their insurance and check-in information, or let them send you their personal health record link. During the visit you can send them patient education information directly to their phones instead of handing out paper. After the visit you can send medication reminders, additional educational resources, and update to their personal health record, or ask them to join a Health 2.0 social network. PumpOne, GenerationOne, Intouch Clinical, Life:Wire, and Jitterbug phones all have great patient user experiences and you should tell your patients about them.
  • Faster access to information for you and your patients. There are countless web-based resources that are now at your fingertips on a phone. Patients can lookup providers, labs, testing services, etc. that you can refer them to; you can help them join clinical trials, and manage their health records online. None of these require a computer either in your office or in their home, it can all be done on the phone. Check out companies like Healthagen and iSeek.
  • Real-time documentation of office or hospital visits. Most of the things you want to do in your EMR are possible on a smart phone today. You can get your patient profiles, document an encounter with basic order management and lab results review capabilities, and immediate storage into either your own EMR or your hospital’s information system.
  • Help those patients with the most time-consuming treatments. You already know that disease management is an important part of managing the health of chronic patients; diabetes and hypertension are two perfect examples. Help enroll your patients into Diabetes Connect, MediNet, HealthCentral, and similar applications that can help track compliance with your medical treatment guidance. If they use these applications they can simply give you printouts or login credentials so that you can track their progress without doing any data entry yourself. There are patient tools for most common diseases.

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Shahid N. Shah is an ME-P thought leader who is writing Chapter 13: “Interoperable e-MRs for the Small-Medium Sized Medical Practice” [On Being the CIO of your Own Office] for the third edition of the best selling book: Business of Medical Practice [Transformational Health 2.0 Skills for Doctors] to be released this fall by Springer Publishing, NY. He is also the CEO of Netspective Communications, LLC.



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stk323168rknThere is a major controversy in the modern healthcare community over eMRs and how to pay for them; or even if they are effective in improving medical outcomes. Of course, by eMRs we mean interoperable medical records that span the pan-healthcare ecosystem; and not just the stand-alone digital records that many, if not most, physicians use in their daily practices to some degree or another.

Link: https://healthcarefinancials.wordpress.com/2009/03/10/on-the-hitech-act-of-2009/


As readers of the ME-P are aware, one vocal camp supports certification and eMR industry mandates, standards, and governmental initiatives, etc. The recent $20 billion taxpayer input from the Obama Administration, courtesy of HITECH, further emboldens CCHIT and related wonks.


One the other hand, one vocal ME-P opponent is dentist Darrell Pruitt. He and many others believe that current eMRs may be too expensive, unwieldy, and counter-productive. This camp advocates a mix of other data sources, technology processes and doctor/patient education to get us where we need to be in terms of improving medial outcomes; quicker and less expensively.


Rather than read, research and write more on this controversy, which was apparently a red-hot topic at the recent HIMSS meeting, we have embedded a video link of Glen Tullman [CEO of Allscripts] and Mark Leavitt, [Chair of CCHIT], below.

Link: https://healthcarefinancials.wordpress.com/2009/03/02/cchit-is-prejudiced-and-lacks-diversity-%e2%80%93-an-indictment/

It even includes a clip of Jonathan Bush, CEO of AthenaHealth. And, although they don’t all agree; some common ground may be developing in this controversial issue.

Source: This link originally appeared on The Health Care Blog [THCB], by Matthew Holt.

Link: http://www.thehealthcareblog.com/the_health_care_blog/2009/04/cats-and-dogs-on-film–tullman-leavitt-bush.html#comments

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