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Overview

Validating data from Health IT systems is the cornerstone of effective Health IT Enabled QI. Ensuring that Health IT-generated reports and data reflect an accurate picture of the care and outcomes of your population ensures that data is actionable for quality improvement, monitoring as well as many other purposes. This validation must be ongoing as system , provider, workflow, and other changes, can all impact accuracy of data. This section provides worksheets, guides, and tips for validating data.

Data Accuracy Resources
Health Center Data Validation Tool
Health Center Data Validation Tool

Health Center Data Validation Tool

This Excel-based tool is designed to support validation of EHR reporting for the Adult BMI clinical measure by comparing results from EHR to results from chart reviews or examination of underlying data. This assists in identifying specific data elements that are not being captured appropriately, either as a result of workflow or EHR report logic, and thereby effecting compliance rates. 

Data Report Audit Tool
Data Report Audit Tool

Data Report Audit Tool

This tool is a template that health centers can use or modify to audit reports for accuracy and to resolve any issues identified in the process. It is intended to assist health centers in ensuring they have accurate reporting and a process to resolve issues.

Measuring Telehealth Success: You Can't Achieve it if You Can't Measure It
Measuring Telehealth Success: You Can't Achieve it if You Can't Measure It

Measuring Telehealth Success: You Can't Achieve it if You Can't Measure It

More than a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, it is now obvious that telehealth — in the form of a hybrid care delivery model that blends virtual and in-person care — is not a fad, but a healthcare delivery option that is here to stay. Healthcare leaders are seeking to optimize their organization's telehealth services for high performance and long-term sustainability. The problem is that most leaders neither know how well (or how bad) their telehealth services are performing, nor what true success can or should look like.   Telehealth, when designed and implemented correctly, will engage patients to achieve positive outcomes, delight physicians, and contribute to organizational strategic objectives, including sustainable financial success.  In this presentation, Christian Milaster of Ingenium Digital Health Advisors leads viewers through a series of pragmatic concepts on how to set an organization’s telehealth success targets, what and how to measure telehealth performance, the Physician Bill of Telehealth Rights, and how to leverage telehealth to achieve strategic success. This presentation is the second session of a two-part series. The first session focused on a telehealth maturity model and is available here.

COVID Vaccine Best Practices in eClinicalWorks
COVID Vaccine Best Practices in eClinicalWorks

COVID Vaccine Best Practices in eClinicalWorks

The COVID 19 vaccine creates opportunity for new workflow, configuration and reporting in eCW. This webinar covers suggested best practices and set up for these items in your EHR. These are suggestions to optimize data entry and reporting but are not required changes. 

The Pain of COVID-19: Treatment of Chronic Pain During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Pain of COVID-19: Treatment of Chronic Pain During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Pain of COVID-19: Treatment of Chronic Pain During the COVID-19 Pandemic

View our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions were designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

Sessions include: 

  • A continuation of the weekly Weitzman ECHO sessions on COVID-19 with a new focus on the Path Forward, including one clinical session per month and three practice transformation topics.
  • A two-part QI webinar series.
  • Four QI activity sessions in which small virtual groups apply QI tools and processes on topics discussed in the ECHO sessions, such as health professions student/resident training, telehealth and team-based care, and receive guidance from QI experts.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

 

Telehealth and Patient Engagement Strategies; The Operations Team Perspective
Telehealth and Patient Engagement Strategies; The Operations Team Perspective

Telehealth and Patient Engagement Strategies; The Operations Team Perspective

View our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions were designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

Sessions include: 

  • A continuation of the weekly Weitzman ECHO sessions on COVID-19 with a new focus on the Path Forward, including one clinical session per month and three practice transformation topics.
  • A two-part QI webinar series.
  • Four QI activity sessions in which small virtual groups apply QI tools and processes on topics discussed in the ECHO sessions, such as health professions student/resident training, telehealth and team-based care, and receive guidance from QI experts.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

 

Illustrations of Telehealth Innovations
Illustrations of Telehealth Innovations

Illustrations of Telehealth Innovations

View our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions were designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

Sessions include: 

  • A continuation of the weekly Weitzman ECHO sessions on COVID-19 with a new focus on the Path Forward, including one clinical session per month and three practice transformation topics.
  • A two-part QI webinar series.
  • Four QI activity sessions in which small virtual groups apply QI tools and processes on topics discussed in the ECHO sessions, such as health professions student/resident training, telehealth and team-based care, and receive guidance from QI experts.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

 

Data Driven Telehealth: Understanding the Impact & Measuring Satisfaction
Data Driven Telehealth: Understanding the Impact & Measuring Satisfaction

Data Driven Telehealth: Understanding the Impact & Measuring Satisfaction

Join our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

Community Outreach to Individuals Experiencing Homelessness During COVID-19
Community Outreach to Individuals Experiencing Homelessness During COVID-19

Community Outreach to Individuals Experiencing Homelessness During COVID-19

Watch our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

Sustaining Health Professions Training Through COVID-19
Sustaining Health Professions Training Through COVID-19

Sustaining Health Professions Training Through COVID-19

View our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions were designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

Sessions include: 

  • A continuation of the weekly Weitzman ECHO sessions on COVID-19 with a new focus on the Path Forward, including one clinical session per month and three practice transformation topics.
  • A two-part QI webinar series.
  • Four QI activity sessions in which small virtual groups apply QI tools and processes on topics discussed in the ECHO sessions, such as health professions student/resident training, telehealth and team-based care, and receive guidance from QI experts.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

NPDB Technical Assistance Webinar: Health Center Attestation
NPDB Technical Assistance Webinar: Health Center Attestation

NPDB Technical Assistance Webinar: Health Center Attestation

Starting in August, a process called attestation will begin, during which Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and FQHC look-alikes will verify that they have submitted all reportable clinical privileges actions to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB). They will be asked to do this as part of their organization’s registration renewal.

Health Datapalooza
Health Datapalooza

Health Datapalooza

The 8th Annual Health Datapalooza is the gathering place for people and organizations creating knowledge from data and pioneering innovations that drive health policy and practice. Registration is available for attendance via webinar and in-person.

Acknowledgements

This resource collection was compiled by the HITEQ Center staff with guidance from HITEQ Advisory Committee members and collaborators of the HITEQ Center.

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