Optimizing Operations for Success in Value-Based Care

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Healthcare is in a state of constant change. With the high rate of regulatory change, industry consolidation and new business models for care delivery, forward-thinking healthcare organizations are focused on promoting innovation across all aspects of their operations. Leading organizations are embracing technology to increase flexibility, grow quickly and improve agility so they can continue to be successful in a constantly evolving environment.
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The United States spends more on healthcare than any other industrialized nation, and much of that spending is concentrated on a small percentage of individuals with complex medical, behavioral, and social needs, according to a new infographic by the Center for Health Care Strategies. The infographic highlights recommendations for advancing the field, based on input from stakeholders across the country.

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2020 Healthcare Cybersecurity Threat Landscape

Fortinet

Healthcare organizations globally continue to be targets of sophisticated cyber threats during the COVID-19 pandemic using tactics that are evolving across patient care ecosystem. These new threats are challenging organizations to evolve and adapt their defense in depth security posture as they have continued their digital transformation to support new workflows, implement new connected clinical devices, expand telemedicine and telehealth and support a remote workforce.
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Knowledge Enables Quality — Equipping Clinicians for Standardized Care

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As more and more providers take action to adapt to a new era of value-based care, standardization has become an important priority to reduce clinical variation and ultimately improve outcomes. In order to do that, health systems have to make sure their providers are aligned with current evidence-based best practices, clinical guidelines and protocols. This webinar will discuss the significance of clinical reference resources in driving standardization, and explore how healthcare leaders are ensuring clinicians are equipped to provide high-quality, standardized care.
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Can Informatics Drive Clinical Quality Improvements Alongside Operational Improvements in Cancer Care?

Ihealthtran

Due to the complexity of the disease biology, rapidly increasing treatment options, patient mobility, multi-disciplinary care teams, and high costs of treatment - informatics can play a more substantial role in improving outcomes and reducing the cost of cancer care. In this webinar, we will review how tumor board solutions, precision medicine frameworks, and oncology pathways are being used within clinical quality programs as well as understanding their role in driving operational improvements and increasing patient retention. We will demonstrate the requirements around both interoperability and the clinical depth needed to ensure adoption and effective capture and use of information to accomplish these goals.
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Structuring Physician Compensation Arrangements

Strafford Publications, Inc

This CLE webinar will guide healthcare counsel on physician compensation arrangements. The panel will examine the legal requirements and the many potential risks. The panel will discuss the implications for Stark, Anti-Kickback and False Claims Act (FCA) compliance, and offer best practices for structuring compensation arrangements.
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Spotlight

The United States spends more on healthcare than any other industrialized nation, and much of that spending is concentrated on a small percentage of individuals with complex medical, behavioral, and social needs, according to a new infographic by the Center for Health Care Strategies. The infographic highlights recommendations for advancing the field, based on input from stakeholders across the country.

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