AI Driven Precision Medicine in Healthcare

nvidia

AI in Healthcare

In this webinar, OMDIA, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and NVIDIA experts will focus on how AI will act as a catalyst to enable the new wave of capabilities and the investments being made now to take advantage of machine learning and state-of-the-art computing.

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Telehealth devices are lowering the costs of delivering healthcare and improving patient outcomes, but building “smart” remote patient monitoring devices is complex.

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Tighten Up Your Revenue Cycle

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Hospital and health system revenue is under attack from multiple fronts. From threats to the ACA which could increase the number of uninsured patients to the changing reimbursement landscape shifting care to lower cost outpatient settings, revenue cycle professionals have their hands full. We’ll cover some of the strategies and solutions healthcare leaders can employ to tighten their revenue cycle process start to finish and protect their bottom line.
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Cyber-Threats in Healthcare: Understanding and Protecting Against the Risks

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Security is more critical than ever for healthcare organizations. At the same time, the sector has become one of the most easily targeted. Hospitals, for example, are falling victim to cyber-attacks such as ransomware and business email compromise (BEC). However, healthcare organizations attack surface extends beyond email.
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Overview of Nursing Liability

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Being a licensed nursing professional sends the message to patients that you have been educated, trained and are competent in your practice. Unfortunately, in today's increasingly litigious society, claimants take the position that all bad outcomes are the result of professional negligence and target licensed professionals, their employers and insurance carriers as being in violation of the practice act, the standard of care and/or the criminal statutes. The allegations take the form of administrative complaints, lawsuits or prosecutions.
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Ethical Issues in Behavioral Health

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Behavioral health practitioners, including social workers, psychologists, mental health and substance use counselors, psychiatric nurses, and psychiatrists, face a wide range of complex ethical challenges. What are the limits of clients' confidentiality rights? How do I manage boundaries and dual relationships in a small community? How should I respond to clients' Facebook friend requests? When is it appropriate to share personal information with clients? Is it ethical to provide services to clients remotely without ever meeting them in person? Inevitably, practitioners encounter challenging ethical dilemmas that require sound judgment in order to protect clients and service providers.
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