IQIN On demand resource

IQIN On Demand August – October 2023

What is IQIN On Demand?

IQIN On-Demand Resources give you a link to IQIN-based recordings and resources from past training events. You can watch recordings of trainings you missed, or review presentation materials, by clicking the links below.
IQIN On Demand brings the resources you need!

Peer Groups

September Health IT User GroupSeptember 12, 2023
This call consisted of a presentation by Open Door Health Services and Nuance (DAX) on Natural Language Processing.  This presentation discussed what Natural Language processing is, how it helps with provider burnout, and what it takes to implement DAX at health centers.
Contact Devan Busenbark, Digital Health Coordinator, for more information.
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Dashboards – Azara User Group September 18, 2023
IQIN hosted an Azara User Group for Azara Users on dashboard creation and functionality. Azara staff presented on using and creating dashboards and IPHCA staff provided a variety of updates.
Contact Maggie Kroeff Streiff, Quality and Population Health Director, for more information.
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Caring for Patients in Recovery –
October Focus on QualityOctober 19, 2023
IQIN hosted a Focus on Quality for health center staff on resources for supporting patients in recovery. Dean Babcock from the Beyond Substance podcast spoke about the podcast as a resource for those in recovery and their support systems. Him and his team also spoke about the Recovery Assist Platform and the future goals for both digital resources. 
Contact Maggie Kroeff Streiff, Quality and Population Health Director , for more information. 
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Tabletop Breach Exercise Overview
Tabletop Breach After Action Report provided by Bluenovo after completing the Tabletop Breach Scenario in June.
Contact Devan Busenbark, Digital Health Coordinator, for more information.
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COVID Analytics using Azara DRVS
The CIO at IPHCA and an external analytics consultant [Chiesta] completed an advanced analytics data project. The project utilized the Azara DRVS Data Warehouse and machine learning models to examine the features associated with behavioral health diagnoses. The data for this project was extracted from the Azara DW of 24 CHCs spread over a 4-year time period [July 2019 – June 2023] and 1.3 million records. After an extensive review of the data elements available in Azara DRVS DW, data transformations, and machine learning using the Voting Ensemble method,  about 10 different features were found to be statistically significant with BH diagnosis and these features were rank ordered.
Contact Kislaya Kunjan, Chief Informatics Officer, for more information.
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IQIN at our Annual Conference

There were some amazing speakers and insights at our recent Annual Conference. Here’s a selection of recordings, materials and resources from the sessions. 

The Road to Meaningful InteroperabilityOctober 11, 2023
This presentation reviewed the research KLAS has done to measure vendor progress in achieving more meaningful interoperability, what differences exist between different care settings, and what
organizations can do to best leverage the available technologies.
Contact Maggie Kroeff Streiff, Quality and Population Health Director, for more information
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Building your Cybersecurity BlueprintOctober 11, 2023
Matrix Integration walked attendees through the planning stages of building a robust cybersecurity blueprint to reduce reactive initiatives and build a comprehensive business continuity plan. Participants learned the key tenets of a cybersecurity plan including the roles of pen-testing, third-party audits, cyber insurance, mandated reporting requirements, tabletop exercises, and breach planning as they fit into a roadmap for security.
Contact Kislaya Kunjan, Chief Informatics Officer, for more information. 
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Value-Based Care & Payment –
A Decade of Learnings from FQHC Collaboration Models
– October 12, 2023
The speaker will cover the history and evolution of FQHC collaboration models all over the country over the last decade.  The goals of the presentation will be to help the attendees understand:
1) Why FQHCs all over the country are choosing to collaborate under value-based payment models, including a discussion of why “scale” matters so much in value-based care.
2) The nuts and bolts of what a “clinically integrated network” is, and what it does to support its health center participants.  This will include a walkthrough of an integrated clinical program in place at a FQHC-led network.
3) The early successes (and pitfalls to avoid) of clinically integrated models of collaboration.
Contact Angela Boyer, Chief Strategy Officer, for more information. 
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Value-Based Care & Payment – 
Core Health IT Functionality to Support Value Based Care – October 12, 2023
This session examined the IT tools – data analytics, transitional care management, referral management, and payer data tools that can help address the cost drivers in healthcare.
Contact Maggie Kroeff Streiff, Quality and Population Health Director, for more information.
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Value-Based Care & Payment – Financial Structuring – October 12, 2023
In this presentation, we discussed the various elements that should be evaluated to determine if a particular model, at a particular moment, is right for your facility.
Contact Dale Johnson, Health Center Finance and Policy Director, for more information.
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Value-Based Care & Payment –  Executive and Operational Preparations – October 12, 2023
The speaker discussed a conceptual “roadmap” to value-based care success for health center senior executives.  In the presentation, we shared learnings from all over the country as health centers have transformed to meet value-based care goals.
Contact Angela Boyer, Chief Strategy Officer, for more information.
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Digital Patient Engagement – Technology Spotlight – October 12, 2023
This session will provide participants with an overview of the powerful technology offered by:

CareMessage –  CareMessage leverages technology to help safety-net organizations fulfill the essential needs of underserved populations.
Click here to view Caremessage presentation pdf

Luma –  Luma Success Platform allows medical professionals to seamlessly and instantly communicate with patients via secure text or chat to maximize health outcomes.
Click here for Luma presentation pdf

Contact Devan Busenbark, Digital Health Coordinator, for more information.

Generative AI – Predictive Analytics Revolutionizing Healthcare – October 12, 2023
During this presentation, we delved into the advancements and opportunities of incorporating generative AI in healthcare IT to revolutionize healthcare delivery and patient care.
Contact Kislaya Kunjan, Chief Informatics Officer, for more information.
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