Forging a Path to Connected, Data-Driven Healthcare

Today, people everywhere are actively seeking tools and information to stay healthy and prevent disease. Care providers want greater insights and guidance to make the most accurate clinical diagnoses and the most effective treatment decisions. Key discussion points for this webinar:How to move from being "data aware" to data-driven, moving beyond data gathering, to intelligent insight, to action, Examples of how meaningful operational analytics tools can help improve workflow, reduce manual processes, and achieve gains in many areas like referral volume, scanner utilization, and staff experience.
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Transform Healthcare IT with Hyperconverged Infrastructure Solutions

Himsslearn

The healthcare industry is under pressure to transform IT operations in the face of new technologies and increased regulation. As healthcare organizations work hard to simplify operations and add new applications and services, legacy IT infrastructure is no longer able to meet their needs. Join us on this webinar to learn how Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is using Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solutions to elevate IT to focus on the applications and services that power healthcare.
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The Map to Sustainability for Safe Patient Handling & Mobility

Safe Patient Handling & Mobility programs vary tremendously in their structure within healthcare organizations. There are many different options to format this work.
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Value-based Healthcare by Design

Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement

Value-Based Healthcare (VBHC) is becoming a leading approach to improving patient and health system outcomes around the world. It links dollars spent to outcomes that matter to patients, rather than to the volume of services or to specific services processes or products that may or may not achieve those outcomes.
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Integrating Sensor-Generated Data to Drive Clinical Decision-Making

Digital endpoints offer significant opportunities to improve what we know about patients’ biologic processes and responses, as well as how they feel, function, and survive in both clinical trials and routine clinical care.
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