Leveraging Open Source to Advance Clinical Decision Support

HIMSS Media

Hospital and acute-care facility staff view clinical decision support (CDS) tools as a chief ingredient in improving patient care, despite dissatisfaction with their current solution. That’s according to a recent survey of clinicians and healthcare IT and business professionals conducted by HIMSS Media. Join our webinar to take a deeper dive into the research and solutions that healthcare organizations are using today to achieve success and satisfaction in CDS, including the role of open-source software to obtain the desired capabilities.
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Recognizing and Treating Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents

Lorman

Anxiety disorders are one of the most prevalent mental health issues among children and adolescents. When not identified and successfully treated on time, it can have detrimental effects on their personal, social, and academic life. Furthermore, it can continue impacting the individual throughout adulthood. During this topic, you will learn about the etiology and manifestations of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents, as well as diagnostic assessment tools and treatments. Taking into consideration the importance of providing effective clinical interventions, special emphasis is given to evidence-based interventions for the treatment of anxiety disorders with the mentioned population.
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Managing User Adoption in Informatics Projects

Siim

Given the number and diversity of people affected, deploying or replacing clinical IT infrastructure is never easy. Add to that, a financial incentive tied to the commercial success of the product your implementing and you amplify the complexity. Proper change management is critical to ensure a positive user experience and acceptance of a new system.This webinar will focus on a PACS replacement project at a large hospital system and the development of a scalable, repeatable strategy for site readiness and change management for go-lives with a focus on operational success as well as product acceptance.
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Improving Clinical Judgment in New Graduate Nurse Hires to Improve Patient Outcomes

Healthstream

Current research demonstrates only 23% of newly licensed RNs are able to think at entry level expectations. Additionally, 68% of errors made by nurses are due to poor decision-making skills. In order to reverse these staggering statistics, we must focus on continuing education to advance competency and use proven data to identify development needs and accurately measure progress towards success.
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Pressure injuries assessing, treating and preventing infection

Lorman

Many care providers struggle with assessment and treatment of pressure injuries. Infection is the most common complication of the pressure injury condition, and the costs associated with both conditions can be astronomical. With a plethora of products and methods of treatment on the market, decision making surrounding wound treatment and confusion about wound assessment persists. This topic will demystify basic decisions about pressure injury treatment, and provide strategies to help mitigate and identify further complications such as infection in those who are most vulnerable to the condition.
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