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  • Telehealth Rising: Practical Insights and Strategies for Success

    Telehealth technology is gaining popularity among health systems, but there are still significant barriers preventing widespread adoption. Telehealth models are only expected to expand as healthcare rapidly shifts from volume-based payments to value-based reimbursements, which requires increased efficiency in the delivery of healthcare.

  • Case Study: Using Data to Save Millions at Stamford Hospital

    Stamford Health is a private, Level II trauma center and community academic hospital with 305 beds and 125 physicians. Its proximity to larger healthcare systems in the New York and Connecticut puts enormous pressure on this organization to perform exceptionally, both financially and clinically.

  • Four HIPAA Requirements for Complete Cloud Security

    One in three healthcare organizations have now deployed cloud apps such as Office 365, up from just 8 percent in 2014. This massive year-over-year growth is expected to continue as costs fall and ease of deployment improves.

  • More Than Code: How True Interoperability Powers Precision Medicine

    For more than a decade, healthcare interoperability has been top-of-mind for IT leaders, practitioners, investigators and administrators. Billions of dollars have been spent enabling the capture and storage of data, with the end goal of using it to the benefit of patients. And yet, an estimated 80 percent of healthcare data remains unstructured, and therefore locked and inaccessible. And so, we wait.

  • Building a Physical Infrastructure to Support Technology in Healthcare

    Out of sight, out of mind: That’s the attitude many people have about their structured cabling. This webinar highlights the importance of building a robust physical layer to support the healthcare technology that allows companies to attract top talent, improve patient experience, and reduce cost to serve.

  • Held at Ransom: Preventing Cyberattacks in Healthcare

    Healthcare organizations have become highly targeted by cyber-attackers as the value of stolen, protected health information becomes greater than the value of stolen credit cards. Join this webinar, led by a former information security lead at a large hospital network, to understand the latest security trends that are impacting healthcare providers, such as ransomware and targeted phishing attacks. Also learn how a prevention-focused approach to securing clinical systems is the best way to stop cyber attacks in hospital IT environments. 

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  • Two-Factor Authentication and Digital Identity Management in Healthcare

    In the wake of a tumultuous 2015, which was universally dubbed the “year of the healthcare data breach,” provider organizations are rushing to address potential security exposures—as no organization wants to be featured on the Office for Civil Rights’ (OCR) breach list.  An also little known fact, is that the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) has a goal of at least 50 percent of healthcare organizations implementing identity proofing and authentication best practices for 2020.

  • Disaster Recovery for Today's Cyber Threat

    Unfortunately, healthcare data breaches happen every day, and it's important healthcare organizations have a plan in place in the event of a hack. Patrick Wilson, assistant director of IT at Contra Costa County Health Services, will share step-by-step instructions how to create and implement a foolproof backup and disaster recovery plan, plus share real-world examples of data breaches and how these organizations recovered.

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  • iHT2 Research Webinar: Enterprise Imaging Strategies for Mergers and Acquisitions

    With hospital mergers on the upswing healthcare executives and IT managers must grapple with the manifold challenges of integrating or replacing various clinical systems. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is forcing the industry to focus on better clinical pathways, including ways to integrate clinical content such as the Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) and imaging archives from disparate facilities or clinics into the EHR.

  • Improving Patient Engagement through Mobile Health Technology

    Is mobile health really as disruptive a force as it’s portrayed to be? Can healthcare providers leverage its innovate capabilities today to deliver better quality of care? Whether or not you agree with these questions, things do need to be changed in order to adopt mobile health inside healthcare provider organizations.

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