1 How to Register and Setup Your Practice with HowsYourHealth Go to the main start page of HowsYourHealth:
2 After you have registered you will receive a practice code and password. Save this information!
3 Button #2, Customize, allows you to set many options for your HowsYourHealth surveys. We ve circled a few of the most common options. NEW CUSTOM OPTION PROVIDE PATIENTS LINKS TO RESOURCES IN YOUR SERVICE AREA FOR THEIR MOST COMMON PROBLEMS/CONCERNS. FOR EXAMPLE, YOUR LOCAL SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCY OR EXERCISE FACILITY.
4 Button #3 Summaries allows you to access your practice s aggregate data. This link will bring you to documents that explain how to interpret and use the HYH action plan and a practice s aggregate data. (If link is not active, see below).
5 Action Plan -Overview HowsYourHealth How to Interpret and Use the Action Plan This 1-3 page document appears deceptively simple, yet it contains a plethora of important primary care things about the patient in front of you that you need to know to be able to really help your patients help themselves! When delivered to you before a visit, this document rolls up the social and clinical determinants of health into one powerful little pre-visit planning synopsis so that you are prepared to help your patient overcome barriers to improving their health. The action plan is the summary report of a systematic survey of the following important biopsychosocial determinants of health: bothersome emotional issues, inadequate social support and pain, polypharmacy and medication side effects, health confidence, nutrition, exercise, substance use and safety habits, screens for domestic violence and financial insecurity. Furthermore, the survey asks, and then engages, willing respondents in behavior change around common health risks using motivational interviewing techniques. The documentation of this interchange in the action plan provides the provider/patient dyad with a common launch pad for behavioral change to happen. Why is it important for the provider to acknowledge and understand these determinants of health? Let s review just a few of the common scenarios that come to light when the above questions are asked: if patients note inadequate financial resources for basic needs, medications may not be purchased; if the health care provider is not aware that emotional issues are making it difficult for their patient to function, it is likely that a complicated lifestyle and medication regimen for diabetes will not be carried out; if patients feel their medications are making them ill, they may stop or take less than the recommended dosage. Sample Action Plans The first action plan is the hypothetical response from an obese depressed hypertensive asthmatic diabetic 53 year old patient with multiple symptoms. The second action plan is from a quite well person with minimal health concerns.
6 ACTION PLAN, first page: SICK PERSON
7 ACTION PLAN, first page: WELL PERSON Let s deconstruct these plans into their component parts. The top few lines of the action plan list some basic information including age range, BMI, gender, date of survey. The next section gathers the most important health risk factors, under a heading called What Matters to Everyone ( the What Matters Index, WMI), and suggested follow up practice questions/responses to the presence of risk factors :
8 The next sections, health Assets and Needs show where and how the determinants of care are reported in the action plan. As you can see, this very ill patient has zero health assets but multiple health needs. The last section of the action plan shows this hypothetical patient s response to the motivational interview that was automatically initiated by the HYH survey. This patient is interested in changing a risk to her health - smoking but is not quite sure how to get there. Can you help educate her about smoking cessation options, and walk her through formulating a behavior change plan? The last section also gives patients links to excellent educational information hosted on the HYH website about medical conditions and bothersome symptoms the patient has noted while taking the HYH survey.
9 Compare the Assets/Needs section of the HYH survey that a completely healthy well person would generate this patient complains only about difficulty sleeping. As you can see, the Assets section is bulging with healthy stuff!
10 For patients that are taking the survey before an annual preventive exam, for billing purposes, a practice may wish to add a 12 point clinical review of systems to the survey. To get to the page shown below to enable the option called Offer Pre-visit Medical Check, enter your username and password when prompted from the following link: Customize General HowsYourHealth.
11 The screen shot below shows the review of systems information as it appears at the beginning of the action form. Please note, if the patient does not endorse a symptom in a particular category, then the category does not appear on the list in the action plan
12 For Practices: How to Access, Interpret and Utilize Your HowsYourHealth Data. You ve done the work of accumulating some HowsYourHealth surveys congratulations! About 30 surveys will give you fairly reliable information about how your practice is functioning. I. Access your results: First, let s review how to access your practice information: go to the main HowsYourHealth screen. Find and click the link that says: For practices: Customizing and Using. A pop up box will ask you to enter your username and password. The next screen asks you which data you would like to see. Here, note that you can sort your surveys by age group, discrete time period and by illness burden. For now let s choose all adult surveys (click button All Items ): You can compare your own multipage summary document with the representative data sections discussed below. Here is what the first page of the multi-page data summary looks like:
13 II. Interpret your data: A. Page 1 - Medical Home Summary The upper part of the table, Patient Centered Processes aggregates foundational care quality metrics provided by your practice, as ranked by your patients. The lower part of the table Desirable Outcomes measures practice wide population health outcomes for your patients. The left column of numbers includes all surveys; the right hand column of numbers is the percentage of patients taking the survey that lack basic financial security. (This measure is used to examine health care disparities). Two important things to know about this table are: 1) improving performance on patient centered processes (top half of table) leads to better population health outcomes (bottom half of table), and 2) benchmarks aggregated from thousands of HowsYourHealth surveys are listed in the fine print under the summary, made available for comparing your practice s performance to the national average. Here is an illustrative example of how to read this table for the 987 patients in this practice that have taken the survey in the specified time period: 71.76% of patients (or 710 patients) strongly agreed with the statement I get exactly the care I want and need when and how I want it, a single global measure of practice quality. So for this practice 28.24% or around 276 patients feel that that they are not getting exactly the care they want and need. As a measure of healthcare disparities in this practice, 12.2% suffer basic financial insecurity and the difference in health metrics between the haves and have-nots is highlighted between columns 1 and 2. For example, across the practice as whole, patient confidence with self-management is 62% (612/987), but among the financially insecure, the percentage of patients that say they feel confident to manage their medical issues is only 39% (385/987). Measure by Measure: -Single Measure for Patient Centered Care: One question for patients on global experience of care, which correlates extremely well with aggregate CAHPS score (Lynn Ho, MD; Adam Swartz, MD; John H. Wasson, MD. The Right Tool for the Right Job: The Value of Alternative Patient Experience Measures J Ambulatory Care Manage) -Medical Home: Patient rated practice access, continuity, efficiency and coordination (aggregate score) -Communication: Aggregate score of provider communication style from 2 embedded CAHPS questions, if CAHPS option has been activated by the practice- CAHPS questions are: MD respects, and MD listens -Very Good Communication for Chronic Disease: Aggregate score, patient evaluation of usefulness of information received from practice about any self-reported chronic disease -Aware of Functional Limits: Patient believes that the clinician is aware of bothersome emotions, pain, functional limits (aggregate score) -Patient Confidence: Patient feels very confident that they can manage their medical problems
14 -Practice Benchmark: Aggregate practice score for colonoscopy, mammogram and cholesterol screening rates, and well controlled self-reported scores for hypertension and diabetes metrics -Wellness Activities: Aggregate score for healthy habits (eating well, exercising, not smoking) -No Hospital or ER Use for Chronic Disease: Aggregate utilization measure within past year -Meds Not Making Ill: Patient does not believe that their medications are causing illness B. Pages 2-13: Deeper Dive into the Raw Data HowsYourHealth provides a wealth of data about your practice which is both broad and deep. These next few illustrative examples will explain how to begin parsing the raw data. 1) Page 3 screenshot - population demographics of common chronic conditions This page shows that 22% of patients surveyed, or 223 of 987 patients surveyed, have hypertension. Moreover, one can see that of those with hypertension approximately 19% of 749, or 142 patients are female and 32% of 232 survey takers or 66 patients are male; and that among people with financial insecurity for basic needs that the incidence of hypertension is 38% compared to 22% in the general population. One can extract similar population data for heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, COPD/asthma and obesity.
15 2) Similar practice wide population level statistics are available for functional limitations, common bothersome symptoms, lifestyle habits: Functional limitations, p. 3-4 Bothersome symptoms, p. 4 Lifestyle habits, p. 5 To move one layer deeper into the data, we see that 8% (79/987) of patients have bothersome emotional symptoms. Of these 79 patients, we can see that 67% (53 patients) think that their doctor is aware of their emotional issues; that 68% (54 patients) received a helpful explanation about their emotional issues and that 60% (47 patients) thought that treatment had been helpful. To see how a practice uses this information, check out this link to Dr. Jim Bloomer s website. Bothersome Emotions, p.8
16 3) Practice wide screening rates for colon and breast cancer, Pap and cholesterol testing are available (p. 6-7). Patient self-reported rates of good blood pressure and diabetes control are also available (p.13). Click on this link to see how these clinimetric numbers correlate with levels obtained from chart reviews. III. Use Your Data A. For Practice Improvement Because all surveys ever taken by patients in your practice are stored permanently on the HowsYourHealth server, and results can be cut by time, it is remarkably easy to try out an improvement in your practice, and then recheck the data from the time period after you have instituted the change to see if the desired improvement has occurred. After you have obtained a baseline measurement of patients in your practice, here is a menu of 3 simple ideas to choose from to get started: 1) Pull out the percentage of patients that think that their medications may be making them sick. (For the example practice, this is 10.41% (from p.1 Medical Home Summary. )) For the next 6 months, ask every patient who is taking a medication, Do you think that your medication may be making you sick? Discuss any positive responses to that question so that it becomes clear to both you and the patient that medications are or are not responsible for side effects. In 6 months, obtain another surveys; use the time sorter to pick only surveys starting on or after the intervention date. An expected result would be that the percentage of patients that feel that their medications are making them sick will decrease. (Why is this important? People may either correctly or erroneously feel that their medications are making them sick. If a medication needed to control a condition is erroneously blamed for a side effect, then the discontinuation rate will be higher than it should be and people may not receive needed treatment. ) 2) Examine your access rate, the percentage of people that feel it is very easy to get medical care when they need it. In this example practice the access rate is 82% (p. 13, having very easy access ). Then, do something in your practice to improve access implement advanced open access scheduling or communication with the practice, add weekend or evening hours, clear your telephone tree to make it easier for patients to get through, add virtual visits, etc. In 12 months, collect another surveys: see if your intervention worked! (Why is this important? Excellent access to care minimizes ER visits and avoidable hospitalizations, and allows patients to easily follow through with needed care for chronic conditions.) 3) Improve the percentage of hypertensive patients who know the basics about their condition: This practice noticed that the percentages of hypertensive patients who answered that they knew the effects of weight and salt on blood pressure, the side effects of
17 their medication and what to do if they missed a dose of their medication were not at 100%. The practice decided to implement a hypertension teaching template that reviewed the above basic information with all hypertensive patients, and a teachback method after reviewing the above, with printed information handed to the patient at the time of the visit. Results are shown in the table below: Wasson, et.al. Clinical Microsystems Part 2: Learning from Micro Practices about Providing Patients the Care They Want and Need JCAHO Journal, 2008, p (Why is this important? In order to able to self-manage their conditions during the approximately 363 days per year that patients are not under your direct supervision in the office, they need to understand basic information about their conditions.) B. To Identify/Apply Interventions to High Risk Patient Groups Five predictors culled from the HowsYourHealth Survey are associated with high cost and high utilization of health care services: bothersome emotional problems, pain, polypharmacy, medications causing illness and low patient confidence with selfmanagement. To access a list of patients that may need more intensive care management services as culled from the 5 predictors above, you will need to activate and use the HYH registry. From this web page: Click on Customize HowsYourHealth Survey, enter your password/user name, and then click on Get Patients from Registry. The registry page will appear:
18 You can select a group of high risk patients with certain characteristics and apply selected strategies to that group. For example, you can select patients from the registry that have low confidence with self-management and pain, and offer these patients a referral to peer-led pain management groups; you can pull out patients with low health confidence and bothersome emotional issues and initiate referrals for virtual or real CBT; you can pull out the subgroup of patients with meds making ill and low confidence and refer them to your embedded pharmacy team member ; you can pull out the subgroup of patients with pain, bothersome emotional issues and low confidence and have your care manager check in regularly with this group you get the idea? This method of assessing risk is not administratively or disease- based and thus captures a truer, broader set of your practice s high risk and rising risk patients.
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