Realising the recurrent savings and associated benefits of digital healthcare

Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)

Following the ‘Delivering the benefits of digital healthcare’ the role of Transformation teams has become central to cutting costs whilst improving efficiency One of the reports key lessons was, “A transformation programme supported by technology is needed, not the other way round. This is the fundamental lesson that underpins everything else.” Winscribe and the Bloor Research team have come together to demonstrate how assessing a trust’s clinical correspondence processes against best practice, bench-marking & industry standard maturity model practices can highlight additional, significant recurrent savings.
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Spotlight

This paper examines the transformations and trends in the healthcare industry as it seeks to meet pressing challenges, including escalating health care costs, an aging population, the future shortage of physicians, geographical inequities in the payer mix, and patient demand shifting to a consumer-driven model. The paper analyzes the key factors driving the changes and how they are impacting the way services are delivered, where they are delivered, and the potential future implications.

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 A Review of Validated Tools for Geriatric Assessment and How to Use Them

ACCC

Join in a practical review of validated geriatric assessment tools and learn how to incorporate them into your oncology practice. Logistics, including who can and should administer the assessment will also be included.
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Elevating Your Approach to Patient Communications

Change Healthcare

In this on-demand webinar, we take a closer look at two key trends currently reshaping our industry: consumerism and digitization. We’ll discuss how providers can capitalize on these trends to simultaneously improve patient satisfaction and cash flow.
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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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Immunotherapy Advances in Small Cell Lung Cancer

Cancerresearch

Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) is aggressive and often difficult to treat, but many patients may have new hope. On August 17, 2018, the FDA approved the first immunotherapy the checkpoint inhibitor nivolumab (Opdivo, Bristol-Myers Squibb for patients with small cell lung cancer. Since this approval, there has been renewed focus on how to make different immunotherapies work for a disease which typicallly comprises 10-15% of all lung cancer cases. In this webinar for patients and caregivers, Matthew Hellmann, M.D., of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center discusses the new FDA approval, clinical trials, and potential treatments for patients with small cell lung cancer.
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Spotlight

This paper examines the transformations and trends in the healthcare industry as it seeks to meet pressing challenges, including escalating health care costs, an aging population, the future shortage of physicians, geographical inequities in the payer mix, and patient demand shifting to a consumer-driven model. The paper analyzes the key factors driving the changes and how they are impacting the way services are delivered, where they are delivered, and the potential future implications.

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