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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Get to know the inspiring individuals driving the success of HealthBird, a healthcare tech company making waves in the industry. From innovative projects to impressive backgrounds, we've got it all.

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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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Digitally Transforming Community Health

Parkland, in partnership and coordination with Dallas County Health & Humans Services and other community-based organizations has leveraged information technology and associated collected data as powerful tools for enabling improved care for those we serve.
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Achieving Next-Generation Care Delivery with Unified Healthcare Communications

In the increasingly complex and now highly virtual world of healthcare delivery, effectively coordinating multi-channel, multi-stakeholder
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Reframing Healthcare – A Racial Justice Lens

New England QIN-QIO

How Racial Justice and Equity Can Improve Health Care We hope you were able to join the New England QIN-QIO and guest speakers from the Boston Public Health Commission, MA Department of Public Health, and the Executive and Medical Directors from the Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center in Boston, Massachusetts, on Thursday, November 15th. During this session, we heard from industry experts on institutional and structural racism in healthcare. We also discussed interventions to address health outcomes.
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