Mosaica Partners consults with states, regions, nonprofit organizations and private companies who are developing Health Information strategies and plans. Health information is different. It's protected.
From initial stakeholder engagement and facilitation through project launch, policy development, governance, business and sustainability planning and implementation, Mosaica has the experience and expertise you require. Representative clients include:
Southeast Michigan Beacon Community (SEMBC)
ONC awarded SEMBC funding as one of 17 Beacon Community Cooperative Agreement Program grantees. The Beacon Program supports each community by building and strengthening their health information technology (health IT) infrastructure and exchange capabilities:
- to improve care coordination and quality outcomes
- increase the quality of care
- slow the growth of health care spending
The mission of the SouthEast Michigan Beacon Community project is “To improve Diabetes Mellitus (DM) care and associated outcomes in our medically underserved and disadvantaged community — while reducing costs.”
Mosaica Partners worked closely with the SEMBC team in the writing of the Grant Proposal to ONC. Now that the grant has been awarded, Mosaica Partners is providing advice and counsel to the project – including Program Management support - to help ensure a successful Beacon effort.
State of Arizona
The State of Arizona Government Information Technology Agency (GITA) partners with state agencies and private sector organizations to improve technical and human information technology capabilities, to efficiently add value and improve delivery of public services for the people of Arizona.
Mosaica Partners assisted GITA in the writing of their Request for Grant (RFG) for the purpose of providing planning grants to a number of rural areas in the state that had a desire to develop a regional health information organization (RHIO). Subsequently, Mosaica assisted GITA by writing the State's RHIO Formation Guide and consulted with each of the organizations that had been awarded a grant to assist them through the initial planning process.
Mosaica also contributed domain and stakeholder engagement expertise to assist in the development of Arizona's Health IT Roadmap 2.0, Arizona's HIT/HIE strategic plan for 2014-2016.
Electronic Health Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC)
EHNAC is an independent not-for-profit accrediting agency. EHNAC's function is to promote administrative simplification, cost savings and to establish standards and accreditation of entities handling personal health information (PHI) as defined by HIPAA, throughout the healthcare industry and other industries that deal with PHI related issues and considerations.
When considering alternatives as part of its regular planning process, Mosaica Partners was commissioned by EHNAC to conduct a research project and prepare a report recommending various strategies to consider.
M2Gen is the result of a research collaboration formed between H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute and drug maker Merck & Co. The for-profit company will develop personalized cancer -- personalized medicine -- treatments for patients using molecular technology. Researchers will collect tumor tissues from thousands of patients across Florida and other states and identify the biological markers unique to each tumor. Analyzing patients’ responses to specific treatments will lead to more individualized care aimed at providing rapid improvement with fewer side effects.
Mosaica Partners was engaged to provide technical and strategic support related to the operation and planned growth of M2Gen.
State of Maryland
The State of Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) is an independent state regulatory agency whose mission is to plan for health care needs, increase accountability, promote informed-decision making, and improve access in a rapidly changing health care environment by providing timely and accurate information on availability, cost, and quality of services to policy makers, purchasers, providers, and the public.
Mosaica has assisted MHCC by preparing a number of reports on various aspects of health information exchange in Maryland. Contents of some of the reports were used by MHCC in recommendations to the State Legislature.
Montgomery County Health Information Exchange (MCHIE) Collaborative
MCHIE received start-up funding from the state of Maryland as part of a grant process. The goal of the project is to plan activities towards building a statewide HIE and provide specific recommendations to the state regarding a statewide HIE. Montgomery County HIE Collaborative participants include the Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County, Montgomery General Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Washington Adventist Hospital and Prince George's County Health Department.
Mosaica helped MCHIE prepare its grant request to the State and, once awarded, provided the strategic and operational framework to organize the various teams, provided the initial facilitation required, and developed the approach to produce a report to the State on their suggestions for a statewide HIE.
Tampa Bay Health-e Connection (TBHC)
In 2007, Tampa Bay was chosen as the recipient of a $3 million dollar software grant from The Center for Community Health Leadership. The TBHC is partnered with the Tampa Bay RHIO, LabCorp, Tampa Bay Technology Forum, Doctors' Administrative Solutions, and Misys Healthcare Systems. The TBHC is establishing Tampa Bay as a leading edge healthcare community.
Laura Kolkman serves on the Executive Board and is a consultant to this organization.
Tampa Bay Regional Health Information Organization (TBRHIO)
TBRHIO is a collaborative organized through the Tampa Bay Partnership's Regional Research and Education Foundation, which represents Floridians in seven counties.
Mosaica Partners has been involved with the TBRHIO since its inception. As its lead consultant and a member of the steering committee, we have been instrumental in the phased development of the RHIO.
Various Hardware and Software Vendors
Through its Vendor Advisory Services Group, Mosaica provides discreet advice and counsel to firms considering entry into the health information exchange and healthcare informatics arena.
Because of the confidential nature of our work with such organizations, Mosaica typically does not identify these organizations.