Join us for a 30-minute information session outlining RHIO Contribute, our C-CDA Exchange. This session outlines the overall process for contributing C-CDAs to our HIE. Along with reviewing specifications, the RHIO team will discuss the “Common Clinical Data Set”, the potential requirement, and the initiatives available in our community. As a refresher, we will go over the information sharing rules for New York State and review consent. Lastly, we will show a visual of C-CDAs in our Clinical Query Portal, RHIO Explore.
Register online: 'How to Contribute Data to the RHIO: August 8, 2017 - 12 p.m.'
Join us for a 30-minute event highlighting RHIO’s clinical query portal Explore features. This session outlines key aspects of Explore for power users like how to customize page layouts, sorting and printing, accessing other data bases like statewide patient searches, along with looking for more patient information and changing patient consent.
Join us for a 30-minute HIPAA compliance training program where Rochester RHIO will review updates to HIPAA privacy and security regulations.
Register online: 'HIPAA Compliance Training: September 26, 2017 - 12 p.m.'
Join us for a 30-minute training event specific to Public Health users covered under Public Health Law: XX. This training reviews access for users under this classification and discusses other aspects of their access like appropriate use, auditing, and quick tips from power public health users.
Register online: 'Public Health Overview: October 10, 2017 - 12 p.m.'
Join us for a 45-minute event where RHIO participants get to ask questions to key members of the Rochester RHIO leadership team. For this event, registrants are able to submit questions ahead of time in addition to asking questions during the webinar event. We plan on talking HIE big picture and discussing the future of NY State HIE and how information exchanges will evolve in today’s landscape.
Register online: 'RHIO Roundtable: November 14, 2017 - 12 p.m.'
As highlighted by the Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS) in May 2016, the “…chaos of the current healthcare measurement environment” calls for healthcare providers to report hundreds of measures to government, commercial payers, accreditation agencies, professional societies, registries, and other organizations. While groups like HANYS work to lobby for a more consolidated approach to metrics and reporting, the RHIO wants to assist member organizations today in maintaining a consolidated, updated location for metrics issued by various entities.
Download: 2016 Community Measures Crosswalk [Release Date: July 1, 2016]
The data provided in the Community Measures Crosswalk begins with the CMS Master List, issued by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. We have started the process of identifying those measures that practices in our community have a need to access by adding tabs for MACRA, PCMH, FQHC, HEDIS, GRIPA, and more. Over time, new tabs will be added for individual payer programs, as well as other organizations or programs that issue metrics determined to be useful to the healthcare community. We anticipate each tab to be updated quarterly, or more often, as significant metrics updates are published.
This information source will be a living set of documents. Comments and suggestions should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Community Measures Crosswalk Workgroup is a subgroup of the Rochester PCMH Collaborative. Members include:
Want to join the Community Measures Crosswalk initiative? Want to contribute information? Email: email@example.com.
RHIO integration is a key component of the New York State DSRIP projects. The Rochester RHIO is working closely with PPS organizations in our region to provide interoperability services that are foundational to improved Medicaid service delivery DSRIP is the NYS initiative to fundamentally change the healthcare delivery system by reinvesting in Medicaid with the primary goal of reducing avoidable hospital use by 25% over 5 years. More: What is DSRIP?
This feature allows you to click on a link embeded in the report and then view the associated imaging study — it's simple and quick! IERD meets an MU2 (Meaningful Use, Stage 2) menu set requirement. IERD is live with Medent, eClinical Works and STI practices. To enable IERD at your practice, contact the Deployment team and your EHR vendor. Each EHR vendor needs to complete work with the RHIO to enable this service.
Need support? It's simple to give the RHIO the information needed to quickly resolve any problem you encounter in using RHIO services. Log in to the Provider Portal and complete our Support Request form. You can also call 1-877-865-7446 (RHIO) to speak with one our representatives.