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The DHINCast is a new podcast by the Delaware Health Information Network that will help listeners learn and hear about news and changes in the world of Health Information Exchange. Join hosts Garrett Murawski and Michael MacDonald, both Business Relationship Managers for the DHIN as they have conversations with guests regarding new developments in the healthcare industry and the Health Information Exchange field as it continues to evolve. About DHIN: DHIN creates efficiencies for doctors, patients, practices, and those who send them clinical information. It eliminates the need for slower and more expensive delivery methods. Most importantly, DHIN improves patient care, enhances patient privacy, and improves practice efficiency. Delaware Health Information Network’s roots reach back to 1997 when the Delaware General Assembly enacted the organization as a public/private partnership. The objective was, and remains today, to advance the creation of a statewide health information network that addresses our state’s needs for timely, reliable and relevant health care information. In 2007, DHIN “went live” – meaning it became the first operational statewide health information exchange in the nation. Through the years, DHIN has developed a consistent track record for the safe and secure delivery of clinical results (lab and pathology), reports (both radiology and transcribed), and face sheets (hospital admission, discharge, and transfer data, including demographic and billing information).
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In this episode of the DHIN Services Focus, Mike and Garrett sit down with DHIN's COO Randy Farmer to discuss the importance of the Event Notification System and how it can be used to not only provide better care for patients but how the ENS service can help practices save patients money as well as meet many federal guidelines and goals.
In this DHIN Services Focus episode Mike and Garrett sit with DHIN's Director of External Affairs Stacey Schiller to discuss the DHIN Health Check Connect app also known as the Public Health Record.  Stacey discusses how the PHR can help patients take control of their medical data and talks about the great tools that Health Check Connect can provide everyone in the community.
In this DHIN Services episode we sit down with the DHIN Business Owner of the DMOST project Ed Seaton.  Here Ed explains all that DMOST does and how it helps patients make sure their care wishes are able to be met by the community's providers.
In this DHIN Services episode we sit down with the DHINCast's own Michael MacDonald who is the DHIN Business Owner of the DHIN Community Health Record.  Here Mike explains the ins and outs of the CHR service and its importance to helping the providers in our community give the best care possible for their patients.
In this episode of the DHINCast we sit down and talk with DHIN's Director of External Affairs Stacey Schiller and talk about the innovations, legislation and directions that DHIN is moving forward in regards to progressing patient care in the industry.
The DHINCast is proud to present the Delaware Health Information Network's monthly Town Hall with our CEO Dr. Jan Lee.  These Town Halls give Dr. Lee and the DHIN an opportunity to share information on the projects and services the DHIN is working on for our future goals as we continue to be the leading HIE in the country.  This is the Town Hall for June 2021.Due to a recording error in Zoom Meeting, the first 20 seconds of Dr. Lee's talk is missing.  
In this episode of the DHINCast we sit down with DHIN's own General Counsel Scott Perkins to discuss all of the things that DHIN does to protect patient data.  We also go into the details of recent State of Delaware legislation that is moving patient care forward in the right direction.
The DHINCast is proud to present the Delaware Health Information Network's monthly Town Hall with our CEO Dr. Jan Lee.  These Town Halls give Dr. Lee and the DHIN an opportunity to share information on the projects and services the DHIN is working on for our future goals as we continue to be the leading HIE in the country.  This is the Town Hall for March 2021.
The DHINCast is proud to present the Delaware Health Information Network's monthly Town Hall with our CEO Dr. Jan Lee.  These Town Halls give Dr. Lee and the DHIN an opportunity to share information on the projects and services the DHIN is working on for our future goals as we continue to be the leading HIE in the country.  This is the Town Hall for February 2021.
The DHINCast is proud to present the Delaware Health Information Network's monthly Town Hall with our CEO Dr. Jan Lee.  These Town Halls give Dr. Lee and the DHIN an opportunity to share information on the projects and services the DHIN is working on for our future goals as we continue to be the leading HIE in the country.  This is the Town Hall for January 2021.
In our 5th episode of the DHINCast, we have a conversation with two very important people from Bayhealth Medical Center: Dr. Jonathan Kaufmann and Dr. John Fink. We discuss the Covid-19 Pandemic and how it has impacted our community and how Bayhealth is helping to lead the fight against the virus in Delaware, the recent opening of Bayhealth's new campus in Milford and the history of the relationship between DHIN and Bayhealth and how we are working together to help the providers of our state provide better care for their patients.About Our GuestsDr. Jonathan Kaufmann serves the Chief Medical Information Officer at Bayhealth. His area of focus is the intersection of medicine and technology and he is passionate about using technology to improve the patient and clinical professional experience in the health care setting. At the same time, he believes we can improve clinical outcomes and drive waste and cost out of the system using technology. Dr. Kaufmann earned his BA with Honors degree with distinction in History and a BA in Biology from the University of Delaware. He went on to study medicine and earn his D.O. at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. His Internal Medicine residency was completed at Christiana Care Health System in Newark, DE. After completion of his residency, he moved to Honolulu, HI to work at The Queen's Health System. There he served as a hospitalist and associate professor of Medicine for the John A Burns School of Medicine. He went on to become an Assistant Medical Director for his group of 50 hospitalists, the Medical Director for Medical Informatics and eventually to CMIO. He is a Board Certified Internist with a subspecialty in Clinical Informatics. He still practices Hospital medicine at Bayhealth.Dr. John Fink is the Vice President for Quality and Medical Affairs at Bayhealth Medical Center.  He has served central Delaware as a family physician and member of the medical staff of Bayhealth since coming to Delaware in 2000 with the United States Air Force.  Dr. Fink is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Medicine and holds a master’s degree in Healthcare Quality and Safety from the Jefferson University School of Population Health.  Throughout his career, Dr. Fink has been intimately involved with quality improvement projects at the clinics, private offices, hospitals and nursing homes where he has worked.  Among his many responsibilities at Bayhealth are the Medical Directorship of Bayhealth Medical Group and leadership of the Epic Ambulatory project since its launch in 2014.  Most recently he has been a physician champion for the development of Bayhealth’s telemedicine platform, which began over a year ago and has accelerated quickly through the current pandemic. www.bayhealth.orgwww.dhin.orgPlease signup for DHIN's Health Check Connect at https://dhin.org/hcc/
The DHINCast is proud to present the Delaware Health Information Network's monthly Town Hall with our CEO Dr. Jan Lee.  These Town Halls give Dr. Lee and the DHIN an opportunity to share information on the projects and services the DHIN is working on for our future goals as we continue to be the leading HIE in the country.  This is the Town Hall for December 2020.
The DHINCast is proud to present the Delaware Health Information Network's monthly Town Hall with our CEO Dr. Jan Lee.  These Town Halls give Dr. Lee and the DHIN an opportunity to share information on the projects and services the DHIN is working on for our future goals as we continue to be the leading HIE in the country.  
In this our fourth episode of the DHINCast we have another conversation with the Chief Technology Officer of DHIN Jeffrey Reger for the observation of Cybersecurity Awareness Month.With the changes to the workplace that the Covid-19 pandemic has brought our society causing many workers to telecommute, cybersecurity and preventing hackers and scammers from getting your personal information is more important than ever.This is an episode for everyone to learn how to protect their identities and their home networks from the growing cyber threats that we are facing today.
Welcome to the third episode of the DHINCast!  On this episode Garrett Murawski and Michael MacDonald sit down and have a conversation with Jeffery Reger, the Chief Technology Officer for the Delaware Health Information Network.  They discuss things like network security in the medical field, the future of data handling in the healthcare industry and what is the real reason that cybercriminals want your health record information and what the DHIN does to keep medical information secure.
In this special important episode of the DHINCast, we are again joined by Dr. Rick Hong from the State of Delaware Division of Public Health for a follow up meeting from our March 25th podcast to discuss the current COVID-19 crisis that is affecting our community.  Here Dr. Hong tells us how to protect yourself and your family from the dangers of the COVID-19 virus and how we can work together to help halt its spread as well as what to expect during the Phase transitions for opening our community.  Also Dr. Hong helps to explain Contact Tracing as well as where we stand on the status of a COVID vaccine for the public.Rick Hong, MDState Medical DirectorDr. Rick Hong has been part of Delaware’s Division of Public Health (DPH) team since 2005 as the Office of Preparedness Medical Director. In this role, he has provided medical expertise to fulfill the mission of statewide healthcare preparedness in the setting of mass-casualty incidents, including chemical, biological, radiation, nuclear, traumatic, and natural hazards; served as the Medical Director of the Delaware Medical Reserve Corp; acted as the Medical Liaison Officer in the Incident Command of the State Health Operations Center, and has chaired the Delaware Ethics Advisory Group.Dr. Hong also has been an attending emergency medicine physician at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ, since 2007, establishing the Division of EMS/Disaster Medicine to focus on the expansion of its role regionally and state-wide. He has served in a variety of key leadership functions in Emergency Department/Health System/EMS and local/regional emergency management and was the Director of Special Projects and Operations within the Center of Urgent and Emergent Services (CUES), as well as the first Program Director of the ACGME-accredited EMS Fellowship and an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.In November 2018, he was appointed as the State Medical Director of DPH, bringing his expertise in healthcare logistics and operations, EMS and emergency preparedness, and public health to expand his responsibilities of protecting the public and the healthcare infrastructure from critical threats.Dr. Hong is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and in Emergency Medical Services, completing his Emergency Medicine Residency at Cooper University Hospital and graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in Economics in Health Care Management and Policy from the Wharton School.
In this special important episode of the DHINCast, we are joined by Dr. Rick Hong from the State of Delaware Division of Public Health to discuss the current COVID-19 crisis that is affecting our community.  Here Dr. Hong tells us how to protect yourself and your family from the dangers of the COVID-19 virus and how we can work together to help halt its spread.Rick Hong, MDState Medical DirectorDr. Rick Hong has been part of Delaware’s Division of Public Health (DPH) team since 2005 as the Office of Preparedness Medical Director. In this role, he has provided medical expertise to fulfill the mission of statewide healthcare preparedness in the setting of mass-casualty incidents, including chemical, biological, radiation, nuclear, traumatic, and natural hazards; served as the Medical Director of the Delaware Medical Reserve Corp; acted as the Medical Liaison Officer in the Incident Command of the State Health Operations Center, and has chaired the Delaware Ethics Advisory Group.Dr. Hong also has been an attending emergency medicine physician at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ, since 2007, establishing the Division of EMS/Disaster Medicine to focus on the expansion of its role regionally and state-wide. He has served in a variety of key leadership functions in Emergency Department/Health System/EMS and local/regional emergency management and was the Director of Special Projects and Operations within the Center of Urgent and Emergent Services (CUES), as well as the first Program Director of the ACGME-accredited EMS Fellowship and an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.In November 2018, he was appointed as the State Medical Director of DPH, bringing his expertise in healthcare logistics and operations, EMS and emergency preparedness, and public health to expand his responsibilities of protecting the public and the healthcare infrastructure from critical threats.Dr. Hong is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and in Emergency Medical Services, completing his Emergency Medicine Residency at Cooper University Hospital and graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in Economics in Health Care Management and Policy from the Wharton School.
In the second episode of the DHINCast Garrett and Mike have a special guest joining the conversation, Dr. Jan Lee, the CEO of the Delaware Health Information Network. In this episode, Dr. Lee lends her expertise from years in the healthcare industry to discuss the healthcare insurance industry in America.  Perhaps one of the most talked-about topics in US politics, we learn about how the health insurance industry came to be what it is today, how is it affecting our citizens and what can we do to improve the industry and move it forward.  Join us for a fascinating and enlightening discussion on a critical issue that affects us all.Dr. Jan Lee is DHIN’s CEO. She is a Family Practice physician with a Master’s of Medical Management degree. Prior to joining DHIN in 2011, she was Vice President of Knowledgebase and Content for NextGen Healthcare, following a 23-year career with Air Force, where she had worldwide assignments in clinical settings and served as the Chief Information Officer of the Air Force Medical Service.
DHINCast hosts Michael MacDonald and Garrett Murawski sit down with DHIN Chief Operating Officer Randy Farmer and discuss the history of DHIN as well as where DHIN is looking to go in the future.Randy talks about the DHIN's history with the State of Delaware as well as his recent trip to Washington D.C. to meet with U.S. Legislators and other heads of H.I.E.s from across the country.
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