How Better Healthcare Cybersecurity Helps Protect Patients

cybermdx

In order to stay competitive, improve efficiencies, drive down costs, and improve patient care, hospitals increasingly turn to technology.The result is a rapid expansion in the number and use of medical devices and clinical assets. As the threat of cyber attacks loom large, those assets are quickly becoming liabilities.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, San Luis Valley Health is proudly participating in American Heart Month.


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The Evolution of Value-Based Care

Change Healthcare

Asvalue-based careprograms evolve, Episodes of Care (EOC) payments are shifting from retrospective to prospective payments. Hear Unified Women’s Healthcare Chief Medical Executive Officer Jack Feltz, MD, Florida Blue Director of Value Based Specialty Programs Jennifer McGrath, and BCollaborative CEO Lili Brillstein explain how to scale these programs with maximum success and minimum maintenance.
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it’s time for telehealth: why virtual is now vital

athenahealth

Telehealth has always made sense in theory: quickly provide consultations, assessments, and test results, and save your patients a trip to your office. Now that some telehealth services are reimbursable, its time to make the most of this opportunity.
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Scripps Health and HIMSS Share New Insights into IT-Driven Clinical Process Efficiencies

HIMSS Learning Center

Clinicians are under an increasing time burden to care for patients. Even under the best circumstances, technologies implemented to automate and streamline workflows may not achieve the right balance to deliver as promised and improve effectiveness, efficiency, and job satisfaction.
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Initial Evaluation and Treatment for a Burn Patient

Lorman

Learn more on burn injury, prevention and the immediate care needed for patients with burn injuries. In the United States, approximately 486,000 people seek medical treatment for burns each year. Many people may not recognize their risk of burn injury. It will cover the classification system used for burn injuries describe the local and systemic effects of a major burn injury, discuss the potential fluid and electrolyte alterations of the emergent/resuscitative and acute phases of burn management, describe care of the patient with burn injuries, and identify the appropriate patient referral to a burn center.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, San Luis Valley Health is proudly participating in American Heart Month.

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