How to accelerate financial recovery by focusing on post-op efficiency

Modern Healthcare

As facilities work to return to pre-pandemic levels of efficiency and income in the face of the latest COVID surge, surgical procedures are a critical source of revenue—but common complications post-surgery can increase costs and negatively impact patient care. This webinar, featuring a panel of experts, will explore the scope of this problem and what facilities can do to combat it. Topics addressed will include historic areas for cost savings and how a proven respiratory therapy cuts post-op costs by helping prevent common post-op pulmonary complications.

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Medical assistants are typically the first and last face a patient sees.  They escort patients back to the room, take vital signs, do in-office procedures, and then discharge the patient after they meet with the physician. “We actually work very closely with the physician.

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Maternal Mental Health: Risk Assessment and Intervention Before, During, and After Pregnancy

healthstream

During this webinar, Womens Health Integration Specialist, Susan Kendig, describes the four key components of the Maternal Mental Health: Depression and Anxiety Patient Safety Bundle. She also identifies a minimum of at least two resources regarding screening and interventions with potential for incorporation into their practice, and articulates a plan for a tiered response to the patient’s risk assessment and response to interventions
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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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New Care Models and the future of healthcare

Varian Medical Systems

The healthcare ecosystem consists of those who pay, those who benefit and those who are responsible. New Care Models are helping to align these interests and share capacity across the ecosystem, all enabled by a modern digital infrastructure.This session will offer insights into how digital transformations are facilitating and improving the productivity of these New Care Models, including: Networked Care, Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Care-as-a-Service and Ambulatory Care.
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Lessons Learned and What Comes Next in Improving Patient Outcomes and Cost of Care

darkdaily

Opioid overuse and addiction continue to contribute significantly to health issues of the nations population and to the increased cost of healthcare, making it even more vital for providers to optimally prescribe for and monitor, in the safest manner, their patients using opioid drugs.The role of clinical laboratories in developing improvements within the continuum of care for this national health crisis is key. The lab can serve a facilitative and collaborative role by helping providers better understand drug test ordering and correct interpretation, and can add tangible value by simplifying and automating delivery of straightforward and actionable information to providers.
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Medical assistants are typically the first and last face a patient sees.  They escort patients back to the room, take vital signs, do in-office procedures, and then discharge the patient after they meet with the physician. “We actually work very closely with the physician.

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