Wednesday November 5, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM EST
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Cost  - Free

Includes lunch and afternoon dessert.

Registration is restricted to three registrants per agency.  Space is limited.

Prior Registration Required


Beacon Health 
9220 Mentor Avenue
Mentor, OH 44060

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Nathan Forsthoefel 
ProComp Software Consultants 



CATT v3.5 Demonstration and Workshop

Integrated Care Workflows in Behavioral Health Settings 

This workshop is for both current CATT users who want to see the new functionality offered by our Stage 2 MU compliant v3.5 platform, as well as organizations using other EHRs who are struggling to configure their EHR to handle the CQM reporting, data interfacing and specialized clinical documentation for an integrated care management program.  CATT v3.5 includes the Integrated Care Manager Console (ICM) which is also sold separately as an addon analytics and documentation platform that will interoperate with any current EHR.  This free all day program offers a practical and indepth didactic exploration of the MIS, billing and data reporting requirements for an integrated care program and how to use your own EMR's capabilities to meet those demands. 


We will start by covering the MU Stage 2 mandates that must be implemented by organizations with physicians and other EPs attesting for MU incentives.  These new and enhanced areas of Meaningful Use functionality required in 2014/2015 Edition EHRs encompass the areas of patient engagement, interoperability and clinical decision support.  Each of these areas make a unique contribution to integrated care workflows that target client motivation and education, care coordination, informed clinical decisions and improved patient care. 


We will be demonstrating care management documentation in the context of an integrated workflow within an agency's broader behavioral health program.  Considerable time will be spent detailing the data reporting and CQM requirements for Ohio Medicaid Health Homes and how our ICM console automates much of this reporting.   We will also cover five of the most often used data interfaces for HIEs, MCPs, between BH organizations and their primary care partners with a focus on how to use these interfaces to facilitate care coordination processes. 


Agenda Presented Below


9:30 - ONC Stage 2 MU Functionality
CCDA – Clinical Care Documents - care plans,
CPOE, medical encounters.
Patient Engagement
Infobutton – Patient education
Patient Web Portal
Direct Messaging

10:45 - Morning Break

11:00 - Health Home Workflows
HH Service Documentation
Contacts Management/care team coordination
Transitional care management and logging
Logging HH clinical quality measures

12:30 - Buffet Lunch

1:15 - Decision Support
Patient Registries
HH Population Management Dashboard
Automation of quality measure reporting to ODJFS
Patient Reminders

2:30 - Afternoon Dessert Break

2:45 - Interoperability/Connectivity
HIEs/HISPs – HL7 Labs, Transcription Reports,
ED Alerts, Radiology
OMAS/ODJFS – Claim Utilization, Registration and
Hospitalization Data
Document exchange between providers and
Data exchange with primary care partners
ONC 2014 Edition “Direct” document exchange

3:30 - End


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