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South Carolina Health Information Exchange (SCHIEx) Provider Forum

South Carolina Health Information Exchange

Friday, September 27, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

Florence, SC

South Carolina Health Information Exchange (SCHIEx)...

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South Carolina Health Information Exchange (SCHIEx)

Provider Forum Tentative Agenda

 

McLeod Regional Medical Center

Medical Plaza Building

 

 

Friday, September 27, 2013

12:30 to 1:00 pm

Registration Open

1:30 to 1:40 pm

Welcome and Introductions

1:40 to 2:00 pm

The South Carolina Health Information Exchange: Why connect?

Sue Veer, Chair, SCHIEx Governance Committee

President and Chief Executive Officer, Carolina Health Centers

2:00 to 2:15 pm

SCHIEx Technology and Security

SC DHEC Immunization Registry Exchange

W. David Patterson, State HIT Coordinator

Chief, Health and Demographics, SC Budget and Control Board

Office of Research and Statistics

2:15 to 3:15 pm

How it Works - SCHIEx Exchange Tools

Leslie H. Perkins, Chief Operating Officer, Sumter Family Health Center

Shari Donley, MBA, CPHIMS, McLeod Health HIPPA Officer

Director of IT Governance

3:15 to 3:30 pm

SCHIEx Enrollment and Acceleration (Provider Incentive) Program

Adriane Able, Director, South Carolina Health Information Exchange

3:30 to 3:45 pm

Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs

Susan Hartnett, Director, Division of Health Information Technology (HIT)

South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

3:45 to 4:30 pm

Question and Answer Panel Session

Closing Remarks

Lathran Woodard, Chief Executive Officer

South Carolina Primary Health Care Association

Driving Directions 

 

Directions from Myrtle Beach

1.  Take 501N to 576W 2.  Take 76W from 576W 3.  Go past the Florence airport about 1/ mile 4.  Veer right at the big teal green sign that says Welcome to Florence 5.  This is East Cheves Street.  To to the light about 3/4 mile. 6.  Turn left at the light. 7.  Take immediate right into the parking lot for the Plaza building. Park in the front of the building.    

 

Directions from Columbia

1.  Take 1-20 East to Florence 2.  1-20 E becomes W David H McLeod Blvd - 20 SPUR-E 3.  Turn left onto W. Palmetto St - US76E Go about 2 miles to the McLeod campus 4.  Turn left onto S. Griffin Street 5.  Immediately turn left into the parking lot for the Plaza building.  Park in the front of the building.

 

Directions from Charleston

1.  Take 26W to 95N 2.  Take Exit 157 onto US - 76E.  Go about 5 miles. 3.  Turn left onto S. Griffin Street 4.  Immediately turn left into the parking lot for the Plaza building.  Park in the front of the building.

 

Directions from the North

1.  Take I95 South 2.  Take Exit 164 onto W. Lucas Street.  Go left at light 3.  Follow Lucas Street.  It will become S. Church Street. 4.  Turn left at light onto East Cheves Street. Go about 1/4 mile. 5.  Plaza building will be on the right

 

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When & Where


McLeod Health
555 East Cheves Street
Florence, SC 29502

Friday, September 27, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)


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South Carolina Health Information Exchange

SCHIEx is a statewide health information excahnge.  It is the designated excahnge in the ONC State HIE Cooperative Agreement Program and it complies with nationwide health information network specifications for secure data exhange and nationally recognized interoperability standards.

SCHIEx is built using a federated, network-of-networks model for electronic health information excahnge.  A "federated" model eliminates the necessity for a centralized clinical data repository allowing each organization to maintain its own clinical data.  Participants retrieve information directly from other participants.  The "network-of-networks" aspect model gives providers choices in how they participate.  A single physician practice or hospital can connect to SCHIEx independently, or as part of a larger integrated delivery network or health information organization.

Participants exchange key clinical information such as medical histories, medications, allergies, diagnoses, procedures, and care summaries through SCHIEx.  Health information exchange is an important tool in improving the quality and efficacy of care a patient receives, reducing duplicative services, enhancing public health and disease detection and monitoring, and improving a patient's health care experience overall.

SCHIEx services are available now.  The SCHIEx Early Adopter Program waives the subscription fee through December 31, 2013.  Please visit us at www.SCHIEx.org for more information.

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