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Welcome to the 2014 Rural Health Association of Oklahoma Annual Conference! Enjoy your time at the conference and be sure to visit with the exhibitors & sponsors. Follow the conference on Twitter by using the #rhao14 hastag. WiFi access provided by Rural Community Hospitals of America, LLC. WiFi Username: Norman; WiFi Password: Norman5
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Thursday, September 18 • 11:35am - 12:25pm
Coordinating Care in Oklahoma

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Session Description
Oklahoma features a new model of Information Exchange, Coordinated Care Oklahoma (CCO) a member owned Not-for-Profit Health Information Organization (HIO) operating as a Managed Service Organization (MSO) to facilitate clinical efficiencies across multiple clinical workflows including acute care and post-acute care patients cared for across a consortium of providers and Health Systems.

CCO is built with member funding and support to bring the healthcare community relevant technologies designed for the Healthcare community based on tested Use Cases at a reasonable cost. CCO’s primary focus is on improving provider handoffs to adjacent organizations for effective patient care via improved transition of care services.

CCO is looking forward to offering healthcare technologies to healthcare organizations small and large.

CCO will be offering a Global Medical Record Service (formerly known as Health Information Exchange, or HIE service) with service offerings for small physician offices, clinics, health systems, LTPAC services to connect to other Health Information Exchanges and healthcare organizations regionally.

Oklahoma will showcase a unique HIE designed with the help of true clinicians from all levels making it adaptable to a wide variety of care settings including the LTPAC spectrum, offering customizable views, different levels of integration and implementation as well as transitions of care services based on the tremendous success from the ONC Oklahoma Challenge Grant, with a unique view and goal towards care coordination for all settings.


Brian Yeaman, MD, CMIO

Chief Administrative Officer, Coordinated Care Oklahoma
Brian Yeaman is a primary care physician and the Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Norman Regional Health System in Norman, Oklahoma. He has been named Norman Regional Health System Physician of the Year. Dr. Yeaman has over ten years of informatics experience in helping organizations transform the capture, integration and delivery of clinical data, information, and knowledge. Dr. Yeaman was instrumental in establishing the Health... Read More →

Thursday September 18, 2014 11:35am - 12:25pm
Sooner Room Embassy Suites Norman - Hotel & Conference Center

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