Infection Control Programs

lorman

Your surgical patient, your dialysis patient, your long-term care resident, in fact, all of your patients are at risk of developing a health care acquired infection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that one in every 31 patients will develop an infection related to their care. As a health care worker, you too are at risk of exposure to infections. This topic will provide best practices to protect you and your patients from developing infections while in your facility.
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Medical Record Ownership: Do you Know Who Can Stake Claim?

Lorman

Medical records are currently a primary target of hackers. This clearly indicates the ultimate value that medical records hold. However that begs an introductory question, who owns those records in the first place? The physician, hospital, or other health care provider who compiles the medical records has a clear claim to the records, but so does the patient who is the subject of the information.
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Medicare Advantage technology trends to improve growth and star ratings via PBP, ANOC, EOC, and SB automation

eMedicareSync

What’s covered in this webinar Growth opportunities for payers in different segments and regions The competitive state of the Medicare Advantage market heading into 2022 Upgrading your real-time market intelligence without adding more manpower Leveraging latest technology in Medicare Advantage to automate PBP outputs, ANOCs, EOCs, and SBs to accelerate growth and improve star ratings
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2020 is Fast Approaching – Are your HIT Workflows Ready for Change?

HIMSS Media

The interoperability challenge of exchanging information among healthcare provider’s medical record systems is not being solved fast enough, which is why fax is still the common denominator for communications within and between providers and payers in the healthcare industry. But times are changing-- Alternatives exist that can provide a safe and secure transfer of healthcare data. In this webinar, we will provide guidance on what is required to meet the challenges to the efficient and secure exchange of information between any vendors health IT systems by 2020.
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Healthcare Simulation in Higher Education

Avispl

The Center for Digital Education (CDE) hosted “Future-Ready Learning: How Technology and Simulation Are Transforming Healthcare Education.” This webinar looked at the ways that healthcare simulation solutions are being applied to give competitive advantage to the colleges, universities and teaching hospitals that adopt them.
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