労災病院グループ 電子カルテシステム等の導入状況

労災病院グループ 電子カルテシステム等の導入状況

※直近の導入実績
【平成26年度】新規 6病院(計24病院)
【平成27年度】新規 3病院(計27病院)
【平成29年度】新規 3病院(計30病院)
【平成30年度】新規 1病院(計31病院)

 

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労働者健康安全機構
https://www.johas.go.jp/jyoho/tabid/536/Default.aspx
第3期中期目標期間見込評価(平成26年度~平成29年度)
業務実績等報告書
https://www.johas.go.jp/Portals/0/data0/jigyogaiyo/jyoho/koukai_shiryou/gyoumu_jyoho/3ki_tyukanmokuhyomikomi.pdf
平成29年度業務実績等報告書
https://www.johas.go.jp/Portals/0/data0/jigyogaiyo/jyoho/koukai_shiryou/gyoumu_jyoho/H29gyomuziseki_hokokusyo.pdf

労災病院グループ 電子カルテシステム等の導入状況

保護中: 324人分残業代1億3300万円支払いへ 電子カルテ等パソコン稼働時間=労働時間

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保護中: 324人分残業代1億3300万円支払いへ 電子カルテ等パソコン稼働時間=労働時間

保護中: 地域医療連携推進法人「尾三会」 基幹大学病院と同じ電子カルテ化(日本IBM)へ

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保護中: 地域医療連携推進法人「尾三会」 基幹大学病院と同じ電子カルテ化(日本IBM)へ

AHIMA オピオイド依存症の電子カルテ記載マニュアルを公開

(関連)トランプ政権「オバマケア改廃」と「オピオイド対策」の動向に注目
https://wp.me/p6NPV7-3nS

CDCによれば毎日91人の米国人がオピオイド過剰摂取により亡くなっているとのこと。
AHIMAがオピオイド関連疾患についてのカルテ記載マニュアルを公表。

後段にAHIMA2018学会の関連発表資料も公開中。
PDFスライド資料必見。サイトも閉鎖されるでしょうから保存推奨。

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AHIMA オピオイド依存症ドキュメンテーション作成マニュアル
http://journal.ahima.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/AHIMA-Opioid-Addiction-Tip-Sheet.pdf

AHIMA: Here’s how hospitals should document opioid abuse in the EHR | Healthcare IT News
https://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/ahima-heres-how-hospitals-should-document-opioid-abuse-ehr

AHIMA Develops Tip Sheet to Help Docs Document Opioid Abuse
https://www.healthcare-informatics.com/news-item/ehr/ahima-develops-tip-sheet-help-docs-document-opioid-abuse
November 13, 2017 by Heather Landi
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every day, 91 Americans die from an opioid overdose. Many health IT leaders believe that health information management, including proper documentation and interoperability of electronic health records (EHRs), can play a vital role in addressing the opioid epidemic.

The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) released an opioid addition documentation tip sheet to help healthcare providers better document the use and abuse of opioids.

When an individual using or abusing opioids visits a physician or other healthcare provider, that medical professional is responsible for accurately recording information about the patient’s opioid use in their EHR. However, without nationally adopted communications standards for health information exchange, that documentation is often not shared across healthcare systems and state lines, allowing those with opioid addictions to seek the drugs from multiple physicians without their knowledge, AHIMA officials said.

“There are seven characteristics of high quality clinical documentation. If a provider learns how to document using these characteristics to guide their documentation habits, they will provide trustworthy documentation,” AHIMA officials stated.

According to the tip sheet, those characteristics that best define optimal EHR charting are: clear, consistent, complete, reliable, precise, legible and timely. AHIMA’s tip sheet lays out characteristics of clear EHR charting alongside hypothetical examples of what clinical documentation for potential opioid abusers would look like if they were followed.

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Harnessing Claims Data to Bring Structure and Coherence to Opioid Trends and Treatment
https://ahima.confex.com/ahima/90am/meetingapp.cgi/Session/12248

Tuesday, September 25, 2018  1:30 PM – 2:15 PM
Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) – Ocean Drive Ballroom A-D

1 Credit
This session will show how claims data can be analyzed to discern current trends in the opioid crisis, different approaches to addressing it, and which treatment protocols are most impactful. The presentation will uncover varying increases in opioid-related diagnoses, including opioid dependence, opioid abuse, and opioid-related overdoses, as well as the influence of demographic factors such as age and gender, associated costs, demand of specific services, how the opioid crisis affects various regions and the different treatment protocols prevailing in different states. This information will bring structure and coherence to the audience’s understanding of the opioid crisis. Further, audience members will learn how they can apply current, geographically specific claims data to inform strategic decision-making in their own hospitals and health systems, such as decisions associated with expansion, clinical affiliations, triage policies and network participation.

Presenter
Robin Gelburd, JD
FAIR Health
Robin Gelburd is the president of FAIR Health, a national, independent, nonprofit organization with the mission of bringing transparency to healthcare costs and health insurance information. A recipient of the 2016 Dig|Benefits Technology Innovator Award, bestowed by Employee Benefit News, Ms. Gelburd has been invited to speak to organizations across the country on topics of critical importance to employers, employees, healthcare professionals, and institutions, health plans, third-party administrators, consultants, researchers and other healthcare stakeholders. She has published numerous articles on topics, such as data analytics and quality, healthcare cost transparency, consumer engagement, and protection, among many others. Prior to being recruited as president of FAIR Health, Ms. Gelburd served for eight years as general counsel of a medical research foundation comprising approximately 30 premier academic medical centers, hospitals, and research institutions in New York. Before becoming general counsel, she was a health law partner at a New York City law firm representing a broad array of healthcare-based clients. Earlier, she worked as a litigation and corporate associate at the international law firm Morrison & Foerster. Ms. Gelburd began her legal career as a federal appellate law clerk to the Honorable Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr. from the Court of Appeals, 4th Circuit.

Handout
https://ahima.confex.com/ahima/90am/recordingredirect.cgi/oid/Recording1924/session12248_1.pdf

AHIMA オピオイド依存症の電子カルテ記載マニュアルを公開

保護中: 診療報酬不適正請求:個別指導立入調査でリハビリ自主返還 電子カルテ操作時間も単位時間に含み不適正認定

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保護中: 電子カルテ不正ログインを繰り返した職員が訓告処分

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保護中: 電子カルテ不正ログインを繰り返した職員が訓告処分

電子カルテ担当男性職員 3カ月で440時間の残業 労働基準法第32条(労働時間)違反

国立病院機構を書類送検へ 宮崎の病院で長時間労働の疑い
2018年7月25日 5時00分
https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20180725/k10011547401000.html
働き方改革関連法の周知リーフレット
https://jsite.mhlw.go.jp/miyazaki-roudoukyoku/roudoukyoku/_120352/_120581/_120917.html

医療情報管理部:都城医療センター
http://www.nho-miyakon.jp/services/section/medical-management/
>2011年8月にはオーダエントリーシステムから電子カルテシステムへ移行

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電子カルテ担当男性職員 3カ月で440時間の残業 労働基準法第32条(労働時間)違反