Health Economic and Outcome Research (HEOR) for Medical Technologies for the US Healthcare Systems

Health Economic and Outcome
Adoption, utilization, and payment of medical technologies require safety, efficacy, and effectiveness data to convince the purchaser (provider, payer, or patient). In the United States (US) healthcare system, long-term data on effectiveness is critical to maintain payer confidence in the technology and serve the population.
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Legal Issues Facing Health Care Workers on a Daily Basis

lorman

Nurses are expected to do more with less, to work long hours, and to deliver high standard of care. Government regulations, state laws and the threat of litigation lingering require that nurses remain knowledgeable of the latest and most current information that affects their clinical practice and be aware of the legal implication of documentation in the medical record regardless whether it is an electronic format or handwritten. Understanding the legal implications of health care is frequently stated Its not if you get sued but when you get sued.There has been an increase in the number of malpractice cases in part, due to an increased awareness of patients' and consumers' rights. Nurses have to bear heavy responsibilities. Failure to fulfill these responsibilities may result in allegations of negligence that can lead to malpractice lawsuits. Allegations of negligence can arise against a nurse from almost any action or failure to act that result in patient injury. This information addresses related laws and regulations, malpractice, and ways of preventing malpractice allegations by defining the relevant issues nurses are facing in health care on a daily basis.
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Empowering Patient Digital Experiences: Trends and Solutions to Drive Innovation

HIMSS Media

Having to discern and address patient experiences is often complex, but understanding motivations and addressing choices can add clinical, operational, and financial value to care delivery. This webinar will highlight case studies and explore considerations of tools, concepts, approaches, and leading innovations empowering clinicians to deliver positive patient experiences that are necessary in the new healthcare economy.
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AI in practice: your guide to rehumanizing healthcare

Athenahealth

Artificial intelligence—AI—is already making healthcare more efficient. It’s not about robots replacing nurses; it’s about rerouting the many daily aggravations that get in the way of patient care. How can you start using AI to your advantage? Join Girish Venkatachaliah, our VP of AI, Data Strategy, Analytics, and Machine Learning, for a interactive online discussion. He’ll guide us through 5 steps of getting started with AI, sharing real-life examples of how AI is saving millions of hours of work per year for athenahealth’s customers.
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How Cybersecurity Leaders Avoid Data Breaches in Healthcare

HIMSS Media

With new software vulnerabilities being discovered every day, it’s not a matter of if, but a question of when hackers will use these vulnerabilities to infiltrate a healthcare organization. A survey commissioned by ServiceNow with the Ponemon Institute revealed 50% of respondents experienced one or more data breaches in the last two years. The majority of cybersecurity experts are struggling to keep pace. Faced with hacker onslaught, healthcare organizations need new approaches to keep patient data, assets and their information safe.
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