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  • Practical Models for Improving Healthcare Outcomes with Data

    The diverse sources and vast amounts of data that are available to inform healthcare decisions are limitless.This webinar highlights several health leaders speaking about how data and analytics are positively impacting healthcare outcomes in their organizations.

    Participants will learn how leading healthcare institution, Mercy Virtual, has succeeded in delivering valuable, actionable data to clinicians; when they need it, and how they use it to help patients recover more quickly.

  • The Indiana Health Information Exchange: Now SMARTer and on FHIR

    To bring the right information to the right clinician at the right time, the Indiana Network for Patient Care (INPC), Indiana’s major health information exchange (HIE), has embarked on a new journey. Using SMART-on-FHIR technology, the INPC will offer the capability to integrate HIE-based information directly into the workflow of the clinician’s electronic health record.

  • Case Study: Lessons Learned from When Hacktivists Attacked Boston Children's Hospital

    In early 2014, the activist hacker group Anonymous launched an all-out attack on Boston Children's Hospital. The assault was aggressive and attempted to penetrate the hospital’s network through spear phishing emails and direct attacks on exposed ports and services.

    In his forum case study, Senior Vice President and CIO Daniel Nigrin, MD, will recount the attack with all its twists and turns. He will explain how his team combated it, and he will share best practices and lessons learned in real time. These lessons include understanding your organ

  • Adapt or Collapse: Data Sharing Across Boundaries to Enable Population Health

    Data as it exists today is vastly disconnected and underutilized. In this webinar, we’ll explore both real and perceived technical constraints to interoperability, along with primary business drivers for integrating and sharing data to enable population health—and we’ll present a solution to bring it all together.

  • Cybersecurity Awareness: Managing Today's Healthcare Information Explosion

    Security leaders must team up with members of their organization to create a holistic security strategy and framework to defend their networks. Participate in this webinar to learn how collaboration and information-sharing across a healthcare organization can ensure the development and deployment of a security strategy that supports both business and clinical objectives.

  • Digital Strategy Transformation: How Virtualization Improved Patient Care

    In 2015, Parkland Health and Hospital System opened a new 2.8 million square-foot facility, which was, at the time, one of the largest newly constructed hospitals in the world. The new environment required IT leaders to design an alert management and desktop management environment that would allow users to move freely about large work areas and access data when they needed it, where they needed it.

  • Solving the Hospital Intensivist Shortage with Telemedicine

    In the United States alone, 50,000 patients die each year from preventable deaths in Intensive Care Units (ICUs). Our healthcare system is currently short tens of thousands of intensivists, and the 65 years and older population is projected to increase by nearly 10 million in the next decade. Yet only 15% of all hospitals are leveraging telemedicine in the ICU.

  • Embracing Technology's Impact on Physician Satisfaction & Patient Care

    To alleviate the pressure of improving care documentation, organizations are turning to flexible technologies that provide a better experience while saving time for both clinicians and patients.

    During this webinar, Jacee Dobbs, Chief Information Officer at Citizens Medical Center, Inc., will discuss Citizens' commitment to increase physician satisfaction, reduce clinical documentation costs and ultimately improve the patient experience with leading-edge technology, including cloud-based clinical documentation solutions.

  • The Future of Enterprise Data Management for Healthcare

    Clinical systems, Quality Measures, and Accountable Care are fundamental to a data-driven approach to healthcare. This data promises to deliver the future of healthcare in America, but how can modern organizations identify information within the increasing mountains of data collected? For long-term success, IT decision makers must plan to address the HIPAA requirements for data protection, while looking to expand their intelligence with emerging treatment protocols, technologies, and cloud capabilities.

  • Optimizing the Revenue Cycle: Moving Past the Financials

    “Improve care, lower costs.” In today’s healthcare environment, this mantra governs all. But when most healthcare organizations are not successfully recouping the money owed for care, either directly from patients or from insurance companies, achieving either end of that mantra seems like an impossibility.