Engaging Patients and Technology for Healthier Living

HIMSS Media

John Sharp, Senior Manager of Consumer Health IT with HIMSS, will share how the growing availability of consumer wearables, home IoT smart devices, and smart homes create an opportunity for a connected life which supports health. Join us to discuss examples of how: Consumers are increasingly aware of how technology and apps can engage them in healthier lifestyles. Remote patient monitoring is increasingly being used to monitor chronic conditions and showing success in reducing hospital admissions for some (KLAS Report).
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Spotlight

A wealth of studies and research have identified collaboration as a key driver of positive change in healthcare. When data and images flow smoothly across departments and specializations, it leads to a more complete understanding of the patient’s condition.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

A view from the Hill for community health centers

Athenahealth

Who speaks for your community health center’s interests in Washington, D.C.? Who advocates for policy in technology and healthcare sectors so you can uphold your mission to serve the underserved?Join us to hear how athenahealth actively engages with policymakers in Congress to help make healthcare work as it should. We’ll discuss our areas of focus for 2018/2019, particularly those areas of uncertainty that will affect how you serve your community. Bring your questions.
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AI and Medical Imaging: Hype or Help?

HIMSS Media

The role that Artificial Intelligence is starting to play in the analysis of medical images is transitioning from one of controversy and the threat of displacing radiologist’s jobs to one of being a critical advance in helping them meet the demand for timely and accurate analysis of ever-more prevalent and complex imaging studies. This webinar will explore the advances, challenges, future, and most importantly, the implications and actions for healthcare stakeholders to consider when employing AI in medical research and clinical practice.
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Incorporating Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health in Patient Care

Himss

Social and behavioral determinants of health have a significant impact on the overall health of a patient, knowing how to leverage this infomation is critical. This session will address how nurse informaticists can optimize systems to collect and use this information.
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Skilled Nursing Facility Patient Drive Payment Model (PDPM)

Omnicare

This special webinar will provide some thought-provoking questions to help you get ready for the biggest change in long-term care in decades. Beginning October 1, a new case-mix model, the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM), is set to take effect and replace the existing RUG-IV case-mix classification model. Reimbursement will largely shift from rehabilitation services to nursing services. It is essential that skilled nursing facilities consider every care process, from improved nursing assessment skills to a different relationship with their rehab provider.
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Spotlight

A wealth of studies and research have identified collaboration as a key driver of positive change in healthcare. When data and images flow smoothly across departments and specializations, it leads to a more complete understanding of the patient’s condition.

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