This session will explore health information and data exchange across the three domains – physical, behavioral and social health – that contribute to whole-person care. QHN’s award-winning innovation linking providers across the domains provide an opportunity to consider several value propositions associated with meaningful interoperability. The presentation will demonstrate how health information exchange across and within these domains is a foundation to value-based care.
1.0 CEU – Data Structure, Content and Information Governance
Marc Lasseaux, CTO
Marc Lassaux is the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) for Quality Health Network (QHN) based in Grand Junction, Colorado. He currently serves on the Colorado eHealth Commission appointed by Governor Hickenlooper as well as on the Joint Agency Interoperability (JAI) Leadership Council. Marc joined QHN in 2006 where he works on planning for technology infrastructure and architecture, enabling innovation, and understanding the health information technology solutions that create business value. QHN is using advanced technology to facilitate community-based data sharing and community resource networks, enable innovative risk stratification/predictive modeling tools, support new payment models, and many others. Previously, Marc was the Technical Director for The Colorado Beacon Consortium and has served in chairing roles for an Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) Community of Practice, as well as a Colorado State Innovation Model (SIM) workgroup.