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Informatics Research Seminar: The Association Between Hospital Meaningful Use Performance and Patient Experience, Hospital 30-Day Re-admissions
March 28 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Speaker: Jason Mose, PhD
Presented from ECU
Broadcast Link: Seminar
At Duke, all seminars live or broadcast will be held in Hock Auditorium from 4-5 pm.
Some of the key objectives of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) meaningful use (MU) program (and now advancing care information under Quality Payment Program for office based providers) include patient engagement, effective communication and care coordination. The program was designed with the view that Electronic Health Records (EHRs) have the potential to empower patients, foster patient engagement, enhance self-care and preventive behaviors. In addition, meaningful use, as designed, may encourage improvement in care coordination by marshaling personnel and other resources needed to facilitate the exchange of information among care providers and patients.
This presentation will review findings from a study that sought to determine whether: a) performance in meaningful use patient engagement and care coordination objectives are associated with improved patient experience, b) performance on meaningful use patient engagement and care coordination objectives are associated with 30-day hospital readmissions, and c) patient experience performance is associated with 30-day hospital readmissions, controlling for MU patient engagement and care coordination.
Jason Mose, PhD, MBA, MS, CHFP, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Services and Information Management at East Carolina University. Jason earned a baccalaureate degree in business administration with a concentration in information management systems from Montclair State University in New Jersey, a master’s degree in health services management and policy from New School University in New York, an MBA from New Jersey City University, also in New Jersey. Lastly, Jason earned his PhD in Health Policy and Management from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC Chapel Hill. His dissertation topic was “Estimating the Effects Of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) Sophistication and EHRs Years of Experience on Health Care Quality, Patient Experience, 30-Day Readmissions, and Profitability in U.S Acute Care Hospitals.”