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Author Cortelyou-Ward, Kendall

Title Assessing the Value of Digital Health : Leveraging the HIMSS Value STEPS(tm) Framework
Published Milton : Productivity Press, 2018


Description 1 online resource (127 pages)
Series HIMSS Book Ser
HIMSS Book Ser
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgment; Authors; 1: Background: Why Focus on Digital Health Information Technology Value?; Learning Objectives; Definitions; Introduction; Background; Finding Value in HIT: A Brief History; Value-Based Incentive Payment Models; Patient-Centered Delivery of Care: The Patient-Centered Medical Home; Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS); Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs); Summary; Discussion Questions; References; 2: HIMSS Value STEPSTM Framework; Learning Objectives; Definitions; Introduction; Summary
Discussion QuestionsCase Exercises; References; 3: Satisfaction; Learning Objectives; Definitions; Introduction; Theories of Satisfaction; Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs; Deprivation Needs; Basic Needs; Psychological Needs; Self-Actualization; Application of Maslow's Hierarchy Theory; Providers; Staff; Patients; Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory; Motivators; Hygiene; Application of Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory; Job Satisfaction; Patient Satisfaction; How HIT Can Help; Providers; Staff; Patients; How Health Information Technology Impacts Satisfaction Results from the STEPSTM Value Collection; Provider
StaffPatients; Summary; Discussion Questions; References; 4: Treatment/Clinical; Learning Objectives; Definitions; Introduction; Foundational Elements; Evidence-Based Medicine; Computers; Treatment/Clinical Improvement Measures and MIPS; Sub-Domain: Quality of Care; Sub-Domain: Patient Safety; Sub-Domain: Efficiencies; Efficiencies Case Example; Conclusion; Discussion Questions; References; 5: Electronic Secure Data/Information; Learning Objectives; Definitions; Introduction; The Value of Data in Healthcare; Sub-Domain: Securing Information and Infrastructure
Sub-Domain: Enhanced CommunicationSub-Domain: Data Sharing and Reporting; Summary; Discussion Questions; References; 6: Patient Engagement and Population Management; Learning Objectives; Definitions; Introduction; Sub-Domain: Improvement in Population Health; What Drives Costs?; Why Is Population Health Important?; What Is the Role of Information Technology in Population Health?; HIT Tools to Support Population Health; Advanced Population Analytics; Sub-Domain: Improved Patient Engagement; What Is an Engaged Patient? Why Is Patient Engagement Important?; Patient Activation Measure
How Health Information Technology Impacts Population Health and Patient Engagement-Results from the STEPSTM DatabasePopulation Health; Managing Chronic Conditions; Preventative Care; Patient Engagement; Patient Education; Discussion Questions; References; 7: Savings; Learning Objectives; Definitions; Foundational Elements; Operational Efficiency; Cost Savings; Return on Investment (ROI); Summary; References; 8: Inter-Relationships of the Domains in the STEPSTM Value Framework; Introduction; Learning Objectives; Features and Benefits; Direct and Indirect Causality; Summary; Reference
Summary HIMSS set out to develop a dynamic framework by which to easily catalogue the varied beneficial evidences of digital health. From this effort, HIMSS introduced to the market the HIMSS Value STEPS™ framework. This book will leverage the HIMSS Value STEPS™ model to identify and define the expressions of value the use of health IT systems can yield per the following domains: Satisfaction, Treatment/Clinical, Electronic Secure Data, Patient Engagement and Population Health, and Savings. Using this framework, HIMSS has developed a collection of over 2,000 cases reflecting the value that hospitals, health systems and other providers have experienced following implementation of their electronic health record and/or other IT-related applications. The more than 17,000 value statements that have been extracted from the 2,000+ case articles have been classified within 85 Standard Value Standard (SVS) within the five STEPS domains. The book will describe the STEPS model to demonstrate the impact of health IT in healthcare organizations, and the quality of care and overall financial and operational performance improvements that have been achieved
Notes Appendix A
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Subject Medical informatics.
Medical care.
Health Care Evaluation Mechanisms -- standards
Quality of Health Care -- standards
Medicine -- Data processing.
Medical Informatics
Medical Informatics Applications
Patient Care
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Production & Operations Management.
MEDICAL -- Administration.
Medicine -- Data processing
Medical care
Medical informatics
Form Electronic book
Author Schulte, Margaret
Pettit, Lorren
ISBN 9781351237604