ACTIONABLE HEALTH DATA
SOLANO COUNTY INSPIRED
CH-MRC's AQUA Initiatives is the formalization, continuation, and enhancement of many independent efforts to speed up the application of information, communications and technology to meet Preparedness, Population and Public Health needs.
Solano County California is the base of this activity where AQUA leaders build on best practice, lesson learned, and many successful health information projects. AQUA initiative:
The California Health Medical Reserve Corp
Mei Lin Fung, Unit Coordinator
Solano County Public Health
UNLOCK DATA SILOS
Enable policies and proprietary legacy systems to receive and provide privacy protected, actionable health data.
Improve core public health reporting, Meaningful Use, situation awareness, and surveillance.
First responders and clinicians gain access to lifesaving health information and personalized decision support and contribute to timely information back to public health systems.
Increase patient and healthcare system rights and privacy. Establish common compliance and HIPAA guidance statewide and for research purposes.
PUBLIC AND POPULATION HEALTH
NEW OPEN FRAMEWORKS
CH-MRC AQUA DEMONSTRATION
New, open framework technologies that support data exchange and business intelligence.
Real-time and actionable health data.
Multi-jurisdiction, cross-sector data sharing to support:
Identify and increase the number of candidates for clinical trials and provide privacy-protected comprehensive data.
Create common demographics and coding. Increase access to privacy protected aggregated data.
Improve patient outcomes by giving health care providers timely, actionable information.
Open frameworks and trust models unlock data silos to provide real-time, useful information.