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  • How to Harness Your Hospital System Data via Advanced Content Management

    For years, healthcare institutions have attempted to manage paper documents and electronically captured PDF files. These documents can be electronically stored in various databases like EHRs, ERPs for Human Resources and Materials Management, surgery systems, and accounts payable systems. Until now, it was extremely difficult to capture and store discrete reportable data from these files. Data builds “knowledge,” so it’s important to have the ability to access reporting data from such files, without increasing the workload of hospital staff.

  • CQL in the Cloud: How to Benefit from the New CMS-Required Language

    Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will require the use of Clinical Quality Language (CQL) for electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs) reporting in 2019. But what is CQL? And how can health enterprises actually put it to work? CQL, an HL7 standard, is a new computable expression language designed specifically for healthcare, bringing together the worlds of clinical quality measures and clinical decision support (CDS).

  • How UC San Diego is Improving Patient Care and Reducing Billing Errors

    Learn how leaders at the UC San Diego Health System are solving many of the problems that plague so many integrated healthcare organizations while they are trying to fill in medical record gaps from the vast number of providers enterprise-wide to improve care and reduce billing errors.

  • Clinical Team Communication and Data Access in the Palm of Your Hand

    Eisenhower Health, a west coast-based Magnet Hospital, implemented an enterprise-wide solution enabling mobile communications and collaboration across all care teams, linking the entire enterprise, advancing its communications capabilities, creating access to an enterprise directory, and improving care team response and turnaround times.

  • Cardiology of the Future: Today’s Realities, Tomorrow’s Possibilities

    Cardiovascular care stands to be nothing less than transformed by the potent technologies emerging now and in the near-term future—ushering in changes to not only how readily and effectively we can diagnose and treat illness, but also in how accurately we can predict and even stave it off. From measurably more productive workflows to palpably more precise assessments, technology surely has much in store for us.

  • Integrating Data Sources for Successful Care Delivery

    The advances in and availability of data from disparate sources create new opportunities and frontiers in care coordination for complex patients. These can range from mobile health/Internet of Things applications, which support real-time patient engagement, to unstructured data associated with social determinants to data based upon genomic-screening.

    Developing an interoperable infrastructure that supports these use cases is a process that has already begun.

  • Work Hard, Work Smart: How Healthcare Informatics Solutions Improve Our Workflow

    Healthcare is no place for slackers. It’s a fast-paced industry that ups the game every chance it gets. And that’s for good reason, of course, because when you’re in the business of saving lives, you expect a lot of yourself and everyone around you. Now it’s time to expect more from your healthcare informatics solutions. To make sure they’re intelligent and interoperable, intuitive and extensible, sound and secure, and more.

  • Managing Your Entire Population to Avoid Value-Based Care Failure

    MGM Resorts International, the largest employer in the state of Nevada, invested in a custom designed health plan to better manage the wellness of its employees and their families. MGM brought in Philips Wellcentive’s integrated population health management solution to aggregate data from disparate sources, organize it into actionable patient registries, and improve and measure clinical outcomes.   

  • How to Assess IT Risk in a Healthcare Environment

    In this webinar, Community Health System’s CISO Scott Breece and Lockpath's Sam Abadir will discuss the unique IT landscape of the healthcare industry and the challenges this presents for IT risk management.

    Abadir and Breece will discuss common strategies for identifying and managing IT risks including risk assessment methodologies, best practices for assessing business associates and third parties, incident response plans, and available toolsets to support these activities.

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