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Defining and Evaluating Patient-Empowered Approaches to Improving Record Matching.

Rudin, Robert S; Hillestad, Richard; Ridgely, M Susan; Qureshi, Nabeel Shariq; Davis, John S; Fischer, Shira H.
Rand Health Q ; 8(3): 3, 2019 May.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31205803
Despite widespread adoption of electronic health records and increasing exchange of health care data, the benefits of interoperability and health information technology have been hampered by the inability to reliably match patients and their records. The Pew Charitable Trusts contracted with the RAND Corporation to investigate "patient-empowered" approaches to record matching-solutions that have some additional, voluntary role for patients beyond simply supplying demographics to their health care providers-and to select a promising solution for further development and pilot testing. After extensive consultation with a variety of experts, researchers did not identify a "silver bullet" or achieve consensus on a single solution. Instead, this study recommends adopting a three-stage approach that aims to improve the quality of identity information, establish new smartphone app functionality to facilitate bidirectional exchange of identity information and health care data between patients and providers, and create advanced functionality to further improve value. The study also suggests that because the solution contains multiple components involving diverse stakeholders, a governance mechanism likely will be needed to provide leadership, track pilot tests, and evaluation, as well as to convene key stakeholders to build consensus where consensus is needed.