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  • Augmented Intelligence: The Digital Key to Healthcare’s Digital Future

    The value of artificial intelligence and IoT has been difficult to prove for many health systems - yet these advances in technology are heralded as the ultimate solution to all healthcare problems. Many of these AI and IoT initiatives fail to deliver on outcomes because they focus on the challenges of bringing together data and miss the opportunity to operationalize information.

  • Driving Success at Regional Health: Approaches and Challenges to Optimizing and Utilizing Real-Time Support

    Regional Health knew providing leading EHR technology was not the only factor to be considered when looking to achieve successful adoption, clinician and patient satisfaction, and ultimately value from their investment.

    Providing their clinicians across two states with real-time support during and after go-live to drive utilization and ensure efficiency with the EHR was important to drive success. In addition, their patients needed support to understand the value of the Epic MyChart patient portal and how to access the system.

  • Components of Strong Cybersecurity Program - A Closer Look at Endpoint Security Best Practices

    Endpoint protection remains a core security challenge for many healthcare organizations and it is more important than ever for healthcare organizations to actively manage their full range of endpoints.

    Attend this session to learn why it's more important than ever for healthcare organizations to actively manage their full range of endpoints, endpoint security best practices, and how your endpoint management strategy may need to evolve over time.

  • Challenges and Opportunities: Genomic Data, Patient Care, and the Cloud

    By 2019, the volume of data generated by genomic sequencing will be greater than the amount of data on YouTube. Due to that, enormous data management challenges await healthcare organizations as they look to better integrate genomic data into personalized care plans for their patients.

  • Advancements in Healthcare: Interoperability, Data Exchange, and More

    Micky Tripathi, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative, is one of the most well-informed and well-respected healthcare IT leaders in the U.S. Tripathi has an inside look at the most significant interoperability trends that are happening nationwide and will discuss varying interoperability and data exchange efforts fit together in the bigger picture of U.S. healthcare.

  • 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.