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  • 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.

  • Developing Your Next Generation Infrastructure

    Audrius Polikaitis, PhD, Chief Information Officer at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences Systems (UI Health Systems) is responsible for all applications, systems, analytics, and infrastructure that support the patient care, business and financial operations, and has management responsibility for the clinical engineering function at UI Health enterprise.  

  • Before You Start Racing to Digital Transformation Success, First Fix the 'Potholes’

    A recent SAP Health/Oxford Economics survey shows that healthcare providers understand they must embrace digital transformation in the next five years if their organizations are to survive and grow. What they may not realize, however, is rushing to implement new digital technologies without first addressing core infrastructure and workforce skill needs is like buying a Ferrari when the roads outside are filled with potholes.

  • Case Study: Building a Solid Technical Foundation for Your Health IT Strategy

    Sriram Bharadwaj is the Director of Information Systems at University of California Healthcare in Irvine. In his role as the Director of Information Services, Sri serves as the Chief Information Security Officer and oversees all clinical application development. He has more than 25 years of information management systems experience and is an expert in helping organizations build a technical foundation that is in service of their healthcare IT strategy.

  • Practical Tips for Transforming Your Organization Through Cybersecurity Strategy

    Indiana University Health’s Chief Information Security Officer joins Healthcare Informatics to share his expertise in implementing cybersecurity strategy for two large healthcare organizations.

    At IU Health, Mitchell Parker leads a team within Information Services dedicated to protecting the organization's systems and data. IU Health has 15 affiliated hospitals and almost 30,000 employees. Prior to his position at IU Health, Parker served as the Chief Information Security Officer for Tenet Health.