During the COVID-19 pandemic, advanced practice nursing (APN) faculty were forced to integrate simulation into APN curricula at a higher rate than in previous years. Since then, there has been substantive development in guidelines for use of simulation in APN programs.
Learn how to better identify any liability and regulatory risks that may occur on social media. Social media seems to be part of every aspect of our lives, and health care is no exception. In the health care industry, professionals dealing with social media confront unique and critical compliance pitfalls like privacy, security, and HIPAA concerns. This topic will go over how to navigate key compliance issues, such as using social media for marketing, setting social media policies for employees, ownership of social media content, social media as part of the medical record, and how to identify risks and mitigate them by setting up appropriate social media policies. This information will give you the insights and tools you need to identify and minimize regulatory and liability risks linked to social media, and draft your own social media policy using a sample policy and put into place appropriate consequences for potential violations.
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In a recent HIMSS study, only three out of 10 hospitals noted they were highly effective at democratizing data. This isn’t surprising considering 54% of providers still struggle to access and integrate multiple data sources. But healthcare isn’t immune to disruptors. In this webinar, Michigan Health & Hospital Association will share the fundamentals behind its self-service analytics strategy to unlock a black box of data around hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) and readmissions. Jim Lee, VP Data Policy & Analytics, will share how his team analyzes complex data sets to meet HIINs grant requirements for an unparalleled data project in partnership with three state hospital associations. The goal Reduce HACs by 20 percent and readmissions by 12 percent.