Loretta Khangura of Health Initiatives Consulting shows us how to make population health data actionable for front-line staff and proactively engage patients using the tools available in i2iTracks.

PHASE participant Anuit Al-Bahar of Community Medical Centers, Inc. co-stars to provide live demonstrations about how to put these tools into action.

Who Should watch this webinar?

Anyone using the population health management platform i2iTracks to manage their chronic disease (particularly hypertension and diabetes) patients.

Please download and map the PHASE Toolkit and complete the pre-work to get the most out of this learning series. Click the links below to jump to a specific training.

Part 1: Actionable PHASE Population Analytics Reports
Part 2: Actionable Point-of-Care Tools: Pre-Visit Planning Alerts, Protocols, and Huddles
Part 3: Outreach Tools for Engaging Patients

 

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i2i Training 1: Actionable PHASE Population Analytics Reports

Thursday, January 25. Upload, map, and personalize two reports that meet Kaiser Permanente reporting requirements while also providing provide actionable insights.

Pre-work

Download the PHASE Toolkit and do your best to import and map the report and dashboard files prior to the webinar. We will be discussing the toolkit content in depth during the webinar and address any issues that you encounter with the import and mapping of files at that time.

  • 1 Excel Spreadsheet (Read the Read Me tab first)
  • 2 i2iTracks report files (.trxr). Import and map these in i2iTracks per the attached instructions.
  • 1 i2iTracks dashboard file (.trxg). Import and map this per the attached instructions.
  • 1 .xps file that has mapping samples. This will be reviewed in the January 25 webinar.
  • 1 .pdf file with instructions on importing and mapping i2iTracks report and dashboard files.

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i2i Training 2: Actionable Point-of-Care Tools: Pre-Visit Planning Alerts, Protocols, and Huddles

Thursday, February 15. In this session you will learn about tools available in i2iTracks to support robust pre-visit planning and day-of-encounter support for management of patients with hypertension. We will explore options in the use of the traditional huddle versus the iTeam Intelligence huddle. We will distinguish between alerts and protocols. And we will discuss variations in role expectation for responding to alerts and protocols. Participants will be invited to share their success in pre-visit planning and team huddles.

Pre-Work

  • Complete an analysis to the B/P Control Challenges Report for your clinics. From this analysis, determine which protocols and alerts will best support HTN management in your patients.
  • Build at least two of the patient searches whose specifications can be found on the “Protocols” tab of the PHASE Toolkit.
  • Identify what alerts your clinics already have in place in i2iTracks. List any that affect the PHASE population.

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i2i Training 3: Outreach Tools for Engaging Patients

Thursday, March 8. This webinar, Outreach Tools for Engaging Patients, is the final webinar in a 3-part series for “Actionable PHASE Tools in i2iTracks.” Learn how to personalize your i2iTracks patient outreach tools.

This is an interactive webinar. To get the most out of it, if you have not already done so, please download the i2iTracks toolkit prior to the webinar. Review the Excel workbook with an emphasis on the “Outreach” tab. 

Pre-Work

  1. Build at least two of the patient searches whose specifications can be found on the “Outreach” tab of the PHASE Toolkit.
  2. Identify the priorities for PHASE outreach for your organization.
  3. Determine the lag time between a patient visit and posting of that visit in i2iTracks.
  4. Identify and map phone contacts from the EHR into i2iTracks. (Telephone_outgoing_.txt_contact_type from NextGen)

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Featuring Loretta Khangura of Health Initiatives Consulting: Loretta is RN with an MPH from John Hopkins University, bringing decades of experience in Public Health, Primary Care and Healthcare Analytics. Loretta has worked in governmental public health, home health, hospitals, and the population healthcare IT industry. She has been a Perinatal Program Manager, QI Director, and the Director of Population Health in FQHC’s.

                          

                           

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