A Method of Recording Data About the Health Status of a Patient in a Problem-Solving System. the Pomr Preserves the Data in an Easily Accessible Way That Encourages Ongoing Assessment and Revision of the Health Care

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Tennessee Health Information Committee Meeting | CHAIR PERSON: | DAVE GOETZ | TIME KEEPER: | | FACILITOR: NOTE TAKER: | DATE/TIME/LOCATION | JANUARY 21,2010 11:00AM TO 1:00 PM, CENTRAL TIME 26TH FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM, TENNESEE TOWER, 312 ROSA L. PARKS BLVD, NASHVILLE, TN | TIME MEETING ADJOURNED | 1:06 PM. | DATE/TIME/LOCATION OF NEXT MEETING | MEET IN PERSONON APRIL 29,2010 AT 11:00 AM. | MEMBERS PRESENT | (Dr. Long and Ms. Taylor attended via telephone) Susan Cooper, MSN, RN, Commissioner of the Department of Health Micah Cost, Director of Professional Affairs, Tennessee Pharmacists Association (representing the Tennessee Pharmacists Association) Nick …show more content…
At end of two years, Tennessee will rebid the contract using a traditional RFP. | COMPTROLLER OF THE TRASURY | AT THE END OF TWO YEARS | Tennessee will rebid the contract using a traditional RFP. | | | | | DATA COLLECTION RULES | | Discussion | Brooks Daverman described the process of the development of data submission rules. The Data | Submission Subcommittee first held a teleconference in the fall to review a draft of rules prior to the hiring of Onpoint. Mr. | Daverman reported that the Subcommittee recommended the current draft of the rules to the full. | Conclusions | Committee, with some issues to be discussed later in the agenda. Mr. Daverman said that if the full | Committee voted to recommend the rules, the rules will become effective as emergency rules after being reviewed and | approved by the state Attorney General. | Action items | Person responsible | Deadline | After Onpoint was hired, a new draft of the rules was developed, incorporating the Subcommittee’s suggested changes, and reviewed by the Subcommittee. | Nick Coussoule, Ranyan Lu, Jeff Ockerman, Bill Southwick, Mary Taylor, Christie Travis, Mary Layne Van Cleave, and Marthagem Whitlock (on behalf of Commissioner Betts). | The emergency rules must be replaced within 180 days | Mr. Daverman reported that the Subcommittee recommended the current draft of the rules to the full Committee, with some issues to be discussed later in the agenda. Mr. Daverman

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