After investing considerable effort in managing throughput, many hospitals and health systems today have created a more coordinated inpatient experience. But as hard as it is to create a harmonious environment within a hospital’s walls, unifying patient care outside those walls is exponentially more difficult. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has adopted an innovative population health management strategy that is helping the organization build a better healthcare system outside the hospital, driving a transformational shift in patient care delivery. The health system has also invested in telehealth and AI through its fast-growing NYP OnDemand digital care service, which is allowing caregivers to more efficiently deliver care and support NYP’s commitment of delivering the highest level of care to underserved communities.
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.
Using real-world examples of healthcare data breaches, we will discuss how hospital systems and healthcare providers can strategically implement security design principles to help reduce costs and manage data.
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.