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Thank you for joining the HAP Opioid LAN office hour, Data Review and Sharing presented by Graycen Hunt.After the meeting, you will receive an email with a link to the webinar evaluation. Please take a moment to respond. The evaluation can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ohlan-021121 .This is a collaborative session, we will be having discussion as we through the presentation. You can to ask a question or share by unmuting yourself or by typing in the chat box.
Alondra Jones, LICSW, Program Analyst in DC's State Medicaid Office
Rachel Buzonas with Gateway Rehab, Community Outreach Specialist
Madison Hallman IRMC Physician Group Americorps worker/care coordinator
Shenna Wood Washington drug and alcohol Hospital case manager
Caitlin McNally Washington Drug and Alcohol Hospital Case Management Specialist
Jeff Gillingham, Program Coordinator for the ED warm handoff project at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Monica Miller, ED Quality & Patient Safety Manager, Einstein Healthcare Network
Jason W Gallagher, Clinical Coordinator of Adult Behavioral Health, DHS OMBH Chester County
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Brad—the City data is so difficult to track. I agree with your challenges w PDPH
also agreed with Brad
I think what Brad is saying is HAP data is much easier
agreed Dr. Perrone!
Agree with Dr. Perrone. EPIC is able to pull encounters (ED/Inpatient by payer) at a high level, however it requires manual chart review. Resources are lean and with COVID, resources were pulled elsewhere.
I'm very sorry I have to get to a conflicting meeting,
manual through abstraction - from Einstein
Thank you for sharing Joshua
This shows how important it is to have consistent data to tell the story of the state and to use in any research
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If anyone wants to join a call in Philadelphia about how to meet the PDPH data challenges please email me. Jeanmarie.Perrone@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
I agree w Brad. Very difficult to judge last year.