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"Ten Minutes at a Time" Library

                                                                                                                               

 

"The Ten Minutes at a Time (or less!)" Health Information Technology (HIT) Library offers concise, voice-narrated PowerPoints, packed with information for PBHCI grantees and behavioral health providers about Stage 1 Meaningful Use and Project Management. The library, divided into two series, offers easy access to the technical assistance and training provided to more than 50 PBHCI grantees through the HIT Supplement grant. The presentations are useful for any behavioral health provider interested in the integration of primary and behavioral health care, project management, Stage 1 Meaningful Use, and electronic health records for behavioral health.

Compatibility:  Any device that supports the audio visual requirements for playing PowerPoint. 

Download: Simply click on the link to the presentation you would like to listen to. A window will open asking if you would like to play the presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint, or save it to your hard drive to be viewed at a later time. If you would like to access the presentation at a later time, even when you can’t access the Internet,  then select 'Save.' By default, the presentation will save to your 'Downloads' folder. To access the presentation, click on the file folder with the corresponding topic name.

Listening/Reading: When the file opens, go to the 'Slide Show' tab, select 'From Beginning', and then plug in your headphones and listen to the narration as the slides automatically advance. To follow without audio, you can go to “View,” and select the “Notes" page. You can read the text of the narration that accompanies each slide, or print the presentation out to read later.    

For more information please contact Colleen O'Donnell, MSW, PMP, CHTS-IM, Director of HIT Technical Assistance and Training at Colleeno@thenationalcouncil.org

Series 1:
Stage 1 Meaningful Use
Series 2: Project Management

List of Modules/Description

List of Modules/Description

1. What Is Meaningful Use

Create a frame of reference for understanding and implementing Stage 1 of Meaningful Use. 

1. The Project Management Toolkit

High-level overview of the required tools in the Project Management Toolkit, with access to online templates.

2. The Role of the Certified Complete Electronic Health Record in Meaningful Use

Understanding the relationship between implementing Meaningful Use and using the Certified Complete Electronic Health Record.

2. Setting Up and Managing the Project Schedule

Practical information on developing and managing the project schedule for time, cost, scope and quality.

3. Core Objectives/Measures for
Behavioral Health Providers, 1 through 7

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

High-level overview of Core Objectives and Measures 1-7, from the perspective of the behavioral health provider.

3. Project Risk Management

Understanding of project risk management and how to develop a risk management plan.

3. Core Objectives/Measures for
Behavioral Health Providers, 8 through 15

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

High-level overview of Core Objectives and Measures 8-15, from the perspective of the behavioral health provider.

4. Communication Plan

80% of the project manager’s time is spent in communication. The communication plan is the foundation of a clear, effective and consistent strategy.

4. Menu Objectives/Measures for Behavioral Health

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

High-level overview of the 10 Menu Objectives and Measures from the perspective of the behavioral health provider.

5. Change Management

Effective change management can make or break project success. This session presents some basic approaches and lessons learned.

5. Meaningful Use Clinical Quality Measures and Behavioral Health

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

Understand and report on the Clinical Quality Measures, especially those related to behavioral health.

Modules for Advanced Project Management, Behavioral Health EHR Implementation

6. Using the EHR as an Effective Tool
in Meaningful Use

Fully use the EHR to support the implementation of meaningful use.

6. Information Technology Governance 

Create the basic organizational infrastructure for initiating and then supporting the successful EHR system selection, implementation/upgrade and project outcome.

7. Meeting the PBHCI Grant HIT-Related Expectations for the Meaningful Use Standard

Support understanding of and ability to meet these grant expectations (page 9 in RFP).

7. Using the Systems Development Lifecycle

Builds on Modules 1 and 2 concerning IT governance and project management, providing a frame of reference for sequencing the activities and tasks that lie ahead.

8. Meeting the PBHCI Grant HIT-Related Expectations in the Bulleted List of Requirements

Support understanding of and ability to meet these grant expectations (page 9 in RFP).

8. Three Types of Information Technology Networks for Electronic Health Record

What you need to know to initiate the EHR selection/upgrade process.

9. A Closer Look at Exchanging the
Continuity of Care Record (CCR)


Key information on how Behavioral Health providers can participate in health information exchange with EHR systems.

9. Identifying and Tracking System Requirements

Develop a methodical approach to identifying the things your organization needs your EHR to be able to do, and tracking them against a requirements matrix.

10. HIPAA Privacy & Security and 42 CFR Part 2 (Confidentiality)

Understand the issues and identify resources for the challenges behavioral health providers must address if they intend to participate in the exchange of patient information to improve patient care.

10. Selecting or Upgrading an EHR for Meaningful Use

Based on the planning and preparation activities covered in Modules 1 through 9, what the customer and the EHR business should expect.

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"The Ten Minutes at a Time (or less!)" Health Information Technology (HIT) Library offers concise, voice-narrated PowerPoints, packed with information for PBHCI grantees and behavioral health providers about Stage 1 Meaningful Use and Project Management. The library, divided into two series, offers easy access to the technical assistance and training provided to more than 50 PBHCI grantees through the HIT Supplement grant. The presentations are useful for any behavioral health provider interested in the integration of primary and behavioral health care, project management, Stage 1 Meaningful Use, and electronic health records for behavioral health.

Compatibility:  Any device that supports the audio visual requirements for playing PowerPoint. 

Download: Simply click on the link to the presentation you would like to listen to. A window will open asking if you would like to play the presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint, or save it to your hard drive to be viewed at a later time. If you would like to access the presentation at a later time, even when you can’t access the Internet,  then select 'Save.' By default, the presentation will save to your 'Downloads' folder. To access the presentation, click on the file folder with the corresponding topic name.

Listening/Reading: When the file opens, go to the 'Slide Show' tab, select 'From Beginning', and then plug in your headphones and listen to the narration as the slides automatically advance. To follow without audio, you can go to “View,” and select the “Notes" page. You can read the text of the narration that accompanies each slide, or print the presentation out to read later.    

For more information please contact Colleen O'Donnell, MSW, PMP, CHTS-IM, Director of HIT Technical Assistance and Training at Colleeno@thenationalcouncil.org

Series 1:
Stage 1 Meaningful Use
Series 2: Project Management

List of Modules/Description

List of Modules/Description

1. What Is Meaningful Use

Create a frame of reference for understanding and implementing Stage 1 of Meaningful Use. 

1. The Project Management Toolkit

High-level overview of the required tools in the Project Management Toolkit, with access to online templates.

2. The Role of the Certified Complete Electronic Health Record in Meaningful Use

Understanding the relationship between implementing Meaningful Use and using the Certified Complete Electronic Health Record.

2. Setting Up and Managing the Project Schedule

Practical information on developing and managing the project schedule for time, cost, scope and quality.

3. Core Objectives/Measures for
Behavioral Health Providers, 1 through 7

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

High-level overview of Core Objectives and Measures 1-7, from the perspective of the behavioral health provider.

3. Project Risk Management

Understanding of project risk management and how to develop a risk management plan.

3. Core Objectives/Measures for
Behavioral Health Providers, 8 through 15

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

High-level overview of Core Objectives and Measures 8-15, from the perspective of the behavioral health provider.

4. Communication Plan

80% of the project manager’s time is spent in communication. The communication plan is the foundation of a clear, effective and consistent strategy.

4. Menu Objectives/Measures for Behavioral Health

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

High-level overview of the 10 Menu Objectives and Measures from the perspective of the behavioral health provider.

5. Change Management

Effective change management can make or break project success. This session presents some basic approaches and lessons learned.

5. Meaningful Use Clinical Quality Measures and Behavioral Health

CHANGES TO STAGE 1 MU EFFECTIVE 2014

Understand and report on the Clinical Quality Measures, especially those related to behavioral health.

Modules for Advanced Project Management, Behavioral Health EHR Implementation

6. Using the EHR as an Effective Tool
in Meaningful Use

Fully use the EHR to support the implementation of meaningful use.

6. Information Technology Governance 

Create the basic organizational infrastructure for initiating and then supporting the successful EHR system selection, implementation/upgrade and project outcome.

7. Meeting the PBHCI Grant HIT-Related Expectations for the Meaningful Use Standard

Support understanding of and ability to meet these grant expectations (page 9 in RFP).

7. Using the Systems Development Lifecycle

Builds on Modules 1 and 2 concerning IT governance and project management, providing a frame of reference for sequencing the activities and tasks that lie ahead.

8. Meeting the PBHCI Grant HIT-Related Expectations in the Bulleted List of Requirements

Support understanding of and ability to meet these grant expectations (page 9 in RFP).

8. Three Types of Information Technology Networks for Electronic Health Record

What you need to know to initiate the EHR selection/upgrade process.

9. A Closer Look at Exchanging the
Continuity of Care Record (CCR)


Key information on how Behavioral Health providers can participate in health information exchange with EHR systems.

9. Identifying and Tracking System Requirements

Develop a methodical approach to identifying the things your organization needs your EHR to be able to do, and tracking them against a requirements matrix.

10. HIPAA Privacy & Security and 42 CFR Part 2 (Confidentiality)

Understand the issues and identify resources for the challenges behavioral health providers must address if they intend to participate in the exchange of patient information to improve patient care.

10. Selecting or Upgrading an EHR for Meaningful Use

Based on the planning and preparation activities covered in Modules 1 through 9, what the customer and the EHR business should expect.

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