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  • Strategies to Defend the Digital Healthcare Enterprise Against Patient Data Breaches

    The digitization of patient records has opened up new opportunities to improve patient outcomes and the efficiency of care delivery. However, electronic health records (EHRs) also pose significant risks for healthcare enterprises, as sensitive patient data is now exposed to more people and on more devices across the enterprise.

    Join expert Nancy Spizzo for an informative webinar, where she'll use real-world examples to highlight best practices and dispel myths about patient data protection. Spizzo will also discuss current trends in healthcare data security and HIPAA enforcement.

  • Managing Margin Madness: Data-Driven Techniques for Analyzing Variation in Patient Care and Improving Your Margin

    The dawn of the value-based care era is upon us, and with it, enterprise-shifting policies like the 21st Century Cures Act, MACRA, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with its potential repeal looming on the horizon. These national policies represent a massive and aggressive shift to emphasize IT and data’s role in improving care quality and delivering on the promise of value-based care.

  • The Technology Imperatives of Population Health Management

    In the first webinar of this series, Wipro charted the framework for population health management (PHM) to deliver value-based care. Now join us as Wipro focuses on how technology and services can be meshed together to build an “as-a-service” PHM model. We will explore how to build an optimal collaborative ecosystem that brings people, process, technology and services together to deliver positive outcomes and high quality care.
     

  • A CISOs Perspective: Best Practices for HIPAA Compliance, Securing Modern Complex Infrastructure, and Encrypting ePHI

    Disruption knows no limits in healthcare IT.  In increasingly complex environments in which network access points are multiplying exponentially year over year, the IT leadership team already has a monumental task to secure and safeguard health networks.  The disruptive forces of complex cloud computing environments, external third-party cloud applications for business operations, and IoT of medical devices are driving strategic shifts across provider organizations—and the cybersecurity loop only gets more complicated when exploring HIPAA compliance.

  • Beyond the EHR: CHRISTUS Health Shares Published Studies on Optimizing and Improving Clinical Workflows

    In the post-Meaningful Use era, providers are in the midst of a shift in focus from simple implementation of electronic health records, to optimizing clinical workflows and communication processes around the EHR to improve their productivity and deliver quality patient care.  The rise of technologies like secure texting, physician single sign on, and automation processes like CPOE, represent a push from the IT community to give back valuable time to the physician’s day.

  • Improving Emergency Department Throughput at Johns Hopkins

    Johns Hopkins Hospital—the innovative teaching hospital and research facility of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine—has been ranked by the U.S. News & World Report as the best overall hospital in America for 21 consecutive years. In February of 2016, they opened the first Capacity Command Center in the nation. This center optimizes use of available resources while maximizing patient throughput.

    In this webinar, learn how self-service visual analytics has helped Johns Hopkins reduce

  • How to Get Involved Early as a Proven Strategic Partner in Healthcare’s IT Revolution

    One of the most exciting elements of being in IT for the healthcare industry is employing new technologies to deliver real-time healthcare. IT teams share the strong desire to implement systems that will improve the quality of care delivery. Unfortunately, IT employees often find themselves frustrated – especially when an organization’s decision makers may not fully understand the complexity or implications of a project, potentially exposing new threat vectors or risks.

  • Building an Analytics Culture in the Revenue Cycle

    Many healthcare providers are turning to analytics to improve patient outcomes while navigating dramatic changes in the healthcare revenue model.  The evidence is mounting that insights gained from analytics can lead to significant improvements. The challenge is building a culture that embraces data-driven insights.

  • HIPAA Compliance and the Network -- How to Ensure Success

    As a healthcare provider, your organization likely must follow and prove compliance for the HIPAA standards. But as a networking or IT professional, what does that mean for you? One of the biggest challenges from the networking perspective is lack of well-defined policies to follow across the organization. The goal of standards is to be proactive and reduce risk, but too often, compliance is only thought of when a breach occurs or an audit is required because it’s too hard and time consuming to deal with manually.

  • Think Outside the Lines to Optimize Staffing

    More and more today, hospital systems are managing cross continuum care. Have you thought about extending the boundaries of your float pool? Recently, a well-known large urban health system has expanded and modified float staff to now cover 23 inpatient units, multiple procedural areas, and the emergency department as well as 36 physician practices. Now there are over one hundred-fifty employees comprising four pools: critical care, medical/surgical, behavioral health and outpatient.

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