Can Informatics Drive Clinical Quality Improvements Alongside Operational Improvements in Cancer Care?

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Due to the complexity of the disease biology, rapidly increasing treatment options, patient mobility, multi-disciplinary care teams, and high costs of treatment - informatics can play a more substantial role in improving outcomes and reducing the cost of cancer care. In this webinar, we will review how tumor board solutions, precision medicine frameworks, and oncology pathways are being used within clinical quality programs as well as understanding their role in driving operational improvements and increasing patient retention. We will demonstrate the requirements around both interoperability and the clinical depth needed to ensure adoption and effective capture and use of information to accomplish these goals.
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Why Providers Should Be Informed About Patient Drug Costs

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As healthcare costs continue to rise, providers are faced with the difficult task of choosing the most effective, affordable treatment at the point of prescribing. In most cases, however, providers do not have enough information to fully understand patients' insurance coverage and out-of-pocket costs. Now that more and more patients are sharing in the cost of their care, this can lead to confusion, dissatisfaction and even non-adherence to prescribed medications. During this webinar, you will hear how leading health systems are enabling providers to make data-driven and evidence-based decisions that help patients get the care they need at prices they can afford.
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Your Playbook for Driving Digital Security in Healthcare

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Both the definition and delivery of healthcare is evolving at an exponential rate. A swift convergence of medical advances, emerging technologies, consumer choices and expectations is accelerating change. Traditional borders are dissolving, and doctors, nurses, medical technicians and others are caring for patients face-to-face and from afar. While achieving secure interoperability within this environment is challenging, it is possible– with the right playbook that combines innovative technologies with best practices in patient care.
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Optimizing Operations for Success in Value-Based Care

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Healthcare is in a state of constant change. With the high rate of regulatory change, industry consolidation and new business models for care delivery, forward-thinking healthcare organizations are focused on promoting innovation across all aspects of their operations. Leading organizations are embracing technology to increase flexibility, grow quickly and improve agility so they can continue to be successful in a constantly evolving environment.
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Maternal Mental Health: Risk Assessment and Intervention Before, During, and After Pregnancy

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During this webinar, Womens Health Integration Specialist, Susan Kendig, describes the four key components of the Maternal Mental Health: Depression and Anxiety Patient Safety Bundle. She also identifies a minimum of at least two resources regarding screening and interventions with potential for incorporation into their practice, and articulates a plan for a tiered response to the patient’s risk assessment and response to interventions
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