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The Louisiana Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (LaPOST) Coalition, along with other national, state and community organizations, will highlight the importance of advance health care decision-making through an effort that has culminated in the formal designation of April 16 as National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD). NHDD is designed to encourage patients to express their wishes about health care and for providers and facilities to respect those wishes, whatever they may be. With its overall theme – “It always seems too early, until it’s too late” – NHDD has recently expanded to a week-long event (April 16-22) that is dedicated to different aspects of advance care planning awareness and education.
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The Acadiana Health Coalition and the LaPOST Coalition recently welcomed nearly 50 health care professionals to the Victory Addiction Recovery Center in Lafayette for the first of three educational seminars focusing on long-term care facilities in Louisiana. Dr. Susan Nelson detailed the advance care planning documents, reviewed the LaPOST legislation and suggested communication strategies for initiating advance care planning conversations with residents. The coalitions would like to thank Our Lady of the Oaks Retirement Center and Administrator Kevin Doerr for providing the group with a light breakfast and refreshments. http://qhublogistics.net/?ploskis=rencontre-celibataire-neuchatel&867=d0 Pictured from left: Tracy Vincent, FNP-BC (Director of Senior Services & Palliative Medicine) and Pauline Breaux, RN (Senior Service Program Manager) with Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center and LaPOST Coalition Chair Susan Nelson, MD.
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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a new Trump Administration initiative – MyHealthEData – at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference in March 2018 in Las Vegas. According to a CMS press release, the initiative aims “…to empower patients by giving them control of their health care data, and allowing it to follow them through their health care journey.” MyHealthEData is designed to remove barriers that prevent patients from accessing and controlling their medical records which will in turn, support patients’ efforts to make more informed decisions about their health and health care. In addition, the agency is also expanding patients’ access and control of data by launching Blue Button 2.0 as an improved, secure way for Medicare beneficiaries to access and manage their health care data in a universal data format. Other key announcements included CMS’ intent to overhaul its Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program (e.g., streamlining Meaningful Use and the Quality Payment Program; prioritizing quality measures; and preventing information blocking) and its ongoing commitment to a health care system that focuses on value-based care (e.g., streamlining documentation/billing requirements; ensuring that patients receive health data upon discharge; and requiring providers to update their systems to ensure data sharing, etc.). To read a copy of CMS Administrator Seema Verma’s speech from HIMSS18, please click here.