Review the material posted about the IHIE and use additional resources if necessary. Write a review about the IHIE and the services provided by the organization. Also discuss the sustainability planning of IHIE and its value. Structure your discussion in a form of introduction, issues discovered, benefits, and challenges.Discuss the role of HIE in care coordination models. Does HIE system implementation guarantee care coordination in healthcare organization? Provide reason for your answer.Use the resource below:https://www.ihie.org/I just need to add some information. if you will add information in this and just bold whatever you add. needs to be at least 3 paragraphs added. Many states are bringing in a form of Health information exchange policies to bring a more efficient way of dealing with patients and their care is taken more productively. There is a largely known HIE in Indiana known by the name of Indiana Health Information exchange. IHIE has been around for over thirty years. By developing over thirty years there are many services that are offered; these include a large inter-organizational clinic data repository in the nation, Interoperability and seamless delivery with EHR solutions, an environment that organize information around patients when and where they seek care, and support the population health efforts that serve to strengthen the community. The big goal of the company is to improve the speed of accessibility of information for over 100 hospitals and is included in about 38 different health systems. IHIE products and services allow for the collection of precise data for the advancement of quality of care. IHIE products pride themselves in having all your information in one place without having to leave your EHR and without the interception of excess noise. The benefits of the products is to be able to access all their information through a single source, and retrieve data in real-time to refine analytics and quality measures. These services allow a patient to access things such as transcriptions, immunizations, lab results, hospital admission reports, and medications. Part 2:The basic conceptual principles that serve as the basis of IHIE’sbusiness planning is, HIE is a business, the leveraging of high-cost, high-value assets, no loss leaders, independent, local sustainability, natural monopolies, the need for scale and the avoidance of grants for operational cost. With creating a sustainable HIE it requires offering services that the market wants at a price and the market will produce revenue that exceeds expenses. It also means that the services delivered by the HIE must be at a level that healthcare organizations have come to expect from their suppliers. For example, the HIE’s speed and quality of implementation services, the quality of its applications, and the level of customer service must be comparable to other successful service providers in the healthcare marketplace. A physician, practice or hospital will not use a supplier or services that deliver bad service – nor will they participate in or rely on an HIE that delivers bad, unreliable, or low-value services. “The success at HIE and interoperability has opened new avenues for IHIE, particularly in addressing how the organization will manage its sustainability moving forward, and this is subsequently requiring IHIE to assume more roles organizationally.“Part of our sustainability strategy going forward is to grow bigger and deliver services beyond the borders of Indiana,” continues Kansky, “and in order to do that we have licensed that Regenstrief technology. We are now in addition to being a health information exchange able to sell health information exchange services or software as a service (EHRIntelligence, 2013).” Establishing a mature HIE capable of a variety of high-value services requires the creation of an infrastructure that can be quite expensive. “Infrastructure” in this context means that in the broadest sense it’s to imply all that’s needed in the basis of HIE services — not just servers and software; but also processes, human resources, and inter-organizational relationships. It is best to build the infrastructure in phases. Each phase is created on the basis of the value-added services it will enable. Once the dollars have been invested in the creation of a layer of infrastructure, it is essential to leverage and re-use those assets to deliver as many services as is necessary to achieve sustainability. Issues Discovered/Challenges:Part 3:Health information exchange (HIE) allows health care professionals to securely access and share a patient’s medical information electronically. Patients also have the capability to access their records (AHRQ). Care coordinators follow care coordination models to create referrals, develop a care plan for the individual, and manage the exchange of information between providers and other human services facilities. Care must be coordinated not only within the practice but also between community settings, labs, specialists, and hospitals (Care coordination). HIE makes this synchronization of care possible. It is used when a referral is sent to a provider. Previous labs and medical history are sent along with the referral to ensure the receiving physician has all the necessary information to continue care. It can help avoid readmissions, avoid medication errors, improve diagnoses, and decrease duplicate testing. There are three main forms of health information exchange used. Directed exchange which gives the ability to send and receive information between providers to support coordination. Query-based exchange which means providers can request medical information from other locations usually used for unplanned care. The last type is consumer mediated exchange which means the patient can aggregate and control the use of their health information. HIE also allows for computerized provider order entry which allows the pharmacy to be part of the care coordination model as well. HIE system implementation does not always guarantee care coordination. Care coordination requires teamwork between the patient and the entire healthcare team. Examples of coordination activities include communicating/sharing knowledge, helping with transitions of care, assessing patient needs and goals, creating a proactive care plan, monitoring and following up with patients, supporting self-management goals, and linking to community services. If the team is unwilling to participate or accept the change this may bring to their workflow, then it will not be effective (AHRQ). They must be willing to perform these activities to guarantee a safe, effective, and efficient way of care. Well designed, targeted care coordination with the use of HIE can improve outcomes for everyone.ResourcesAHRQ. Care coordination.(n.d.).https://www.ahrq.gov/ncepcr/care/coordination.html.Care coordination models – rural services integration toolkit. Care Coordination Models – Rural Services Integration Toolkit. (n.d.). https://www.ruralhealthinfo.org/toolkits/services-integration/2/care-coordination.EHRIntelligence. (2013, May 16). How IHIE does health information Exchange, interoperability. EHRIntelligence. https://ehrintelligence.com/news/how-ihie-does-health-information-exchange-interoperability. How IHIE does health information exchange, interoperabilityKyle Murphy, PhDhttps://ehrintelligence.com/news/how-ihie-does-hea…What is HIE? HealthIT.gov. (2020, July 24). https://www.healthit.gov/topic/health-it-and-health-information-exchange-basics/what-hie.
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