2nd Digital Health Webinar

2nd Digital

The 2nd Digital Health Webinar is a virtual full-day conference on the 6th of October 2022. The participants will have the opportunity to meet the global experts from the Digital Health Industry and listen to case.

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 A Review of Validated Tools for Geriatric Assessment and How to Use Them

ACCC

Join in a practical review of validated geriatric assessment tools and learn how to incorporate them into your oncology practice. Logistics, including who can and should administer the assessment will also be included.
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Modeling the Return on Investment for SPHM in the ICU

Strong evidence has shown that Safe Patient Handling and Mobility reduces patient-handling related injuries among healthcare workers. Research also suggests SPHM promotes early mobilization and helps reduce preventable hospital-acquired complications among intensive care unit patients.
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2020 Healthcare Cybersecurity Threat Landscape

Fortinet

Healthcare organizations globally continue to be targets of sophisticated cyber threats during the COVID-19 pandemic using tactics that are evolving across patient care ecosystem. These new threats are challenging organizations to evolve and adapt their defense in depth security posture as they have continued their digital transformation to support new workflows, implement new connected clinical devices, expand telemedicine and telehealth and support a remote workforce.
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How Interconnectivity is Enabling the Future of Patient-Driven Health

HIMSS Media

In this webinar, we’ll speak with Dr. Mohsen Saidinejad, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Saidinejad, who is also director of the patient experience at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and chair of the Pediatric Committee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, will speak about his clinical and research experience using mobile and connected health tools to provide hospital aftercare for patients who have been discharged from the emergency department. He'll also discuss potential technology strategies to help engage patients with their ongoing chronic care.
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