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Department of Health and Human Services Tablet-based Multimedia Health Information Exchange Consent Education and Selection
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Maximizing e-Consent Education
The US Department of Health & Human Services Department for the Office of the National Coordinator was looking for resources and educational materials to be offered to providers to demonstrate and implement meaningful choice for patients. Our client needed a solution that would educate patients and providers about their responsibilities with respect to consent management, develop methods and materials to support the education process, and develop methods and materials to obtain actual consent.
As part of an 18 month project, we developed an educational application in multimedia (tablet) format to instruct patients on what it means to share their personal health information in a health information exchange, and an electronic patient consent solution to obtain their meaningful consent decision. As part of the project we:
- Developed multimedia education application that presented educational material in flexible presentation layer with ability to customize content
- Developed solution to digitally capture and securely transmit patient consent decisions to the HIE
- Conducted a month long pilot of the e-consent solution at multiple provider sites
- Published open source software for community adoption
The e-consent project was successful in identifying a number of key factors for patient understanding and lessons learned for future implementations of e-consent. Through this pilot project, our client successfully launched an online resource to include lessons learned, instructional videos and open source tools.