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  • Case Study: Implementing an Identity Access Management Program with Epic

    This webinar will focus on the tight integration between New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s Epic1 (NHRMC) system and One Identity ID Manager, showing how NHRMC automatically provisions Epic (EMP & SER) based on the Epic security matrix that maps templates to position codes. This is a critical facet in the governance and managing of identities and a key step in protecting patient privacy and securing personal information.

  • From Security Vulnerabilities to Better Practices: Our Cybersecurity Journey

    Communications security, computer security, information security, information assurance, information operations, cybersecurity: Through a career at the National Security Agency, and now with the non-profit Center for Internet Security, Curt has spent more than 35 years in the business of finding, making sense of, and managing vulnerabilities in devices, systems and operations.

  • Go Mobile to Modernize Clinical Communication and Collaboration

    During this webinar, speaker Rosemary Venurta will describe how NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital modernized its clinical collaboration and communication strategy with an enterprise-wide mobile platform. The organization moved its clinicians and staff to a smartphone platform, reducing pager and phone use while streamlining workflows, resulting in better patient care and greater efficiency.

  • Deploying Mobile Tech to Improve Clinical Workflows and Care Team Coordination

    The use of mobile technology in healthcare is producing incredible benefits for patients and their providers. Join Manie M. Wheeler, Director of Clinical Informatics and Clinical Transformation at Seton Healthcare Family, to learn how mobile communication platforms enable her organization's care team's  to securly access and exchange of patient information when they need, where they need it.

  • Taking a Multi-Channel Approach to Patient Access

    The patient experience begins with patient access — how patients find healthcare providers and schedule appointments with them. Fittingly, patient access is increasingly a focal point of health systems' initiatives to enhance the patient experience, differentiate their organizations to prospective patients, and retain existing patients.

  • Seven Deadly Sins of Healthcare Analytics and How to Avoid Them

    If you want to improve something, you must have the means to measure it. If you want to measure something, you must have the means to understand it. The objective of healthcare analytics is to do just that: understand and measure the outcomes of the care provided to patients. We do this so that as we adjust our methods and approaches, we can gauge the incremental effect both clinically and economically.

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