Most health information exchanges are still working on sharing data among providers, but Indiana has gone a step further to make it available to patients as well. Andrew VanZee, CEO of Indiana Health Information Technology, Inc., will describe how the state used a three-year ONC Challenge Grant to conduct more than a dozen pilot tests on data sharing with consumers: what worked, what needed work, and how to apply the lessons to other states. His session, HIEs and Patient Engagement - Lessons Learned and Applied, will be presented on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 2:30 pm.
"Consumer engagement is a critical topic that's here to stay in healthcare, and [meaningful use] stage 2 sets the stage for changing the relationship between consumers and providers," VanZee says.
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