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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Value-based care creates a new paradigm—one in which care is no longer delivered only by doctors and nurses but by an entire community of providers that treat the “whole” patient rather than just treating the disease. Communication and care plans can no longer live inside the four walls of a doctor’s office—they must integrate information from the community to fully address the needs of the patient and of the population. Further, those members of a patient’s care team must work together to deliver an effective and coordinated treatment experience. Integrating care coordination with robust analytics into a single platform provides the big picture of patient care, enabling efficient, collaborative care for diverse teams to treat complex populations.


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The What, When and How of Educating People with Diabetes

lorman

Help. My education sessions are boring even me! How can I keep my content fresh and reach people with diabetes in new ways? It's time to include cognitive science about learning and memory into our approaches as diabetes educators. How do we create a welcoming learning environment? How do we wake up the brain and make learning active? How do we make learning stick? How do we move our participants from learning to action? This information will keep you thinking. Experience your creative power as you develop interactive approaches to teaching, reviewing, and energizing your learners (and yourself). Leave this topic with dozens of ideas for making your diabetes education curriculum more engaging.
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Ask the Healthcare Industry: Phishing is a Pain

HIMSS Media

A third of all breaches target healthcare companies. But while phishing defense is an industry must, new Cofense research shows that healthcare lags behind other sectors in recognizing and reporting phishing. If you're in healthcare, or any other industry for that matter, how do you know if your organization is ready for an attack? In this presentation, we will discuss the current state of healthcare's resiliency against phishing threats
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Telephone, Texts and the TCPA: Everything Healthcare Organizations Need to Know

Bloomberg

In a new webinar, Manatt provides an in-depth look at the TCPA and how it applies to healthcare communications, as well as discusses approaches for mitigating litigation risks. The session will present a detailed overview of TCPA regulations, restrictions, statutory damages and litigation trends. Participants will gain an understanding of consent requirements and what triggers them, the FCC’s definition of autodialers and the resulting challenges, and the distinctions between informational and marketing calls.
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The Future of Medicine: Protecting Privacy Without Impacting Quality of Care

HIMSS Media

Management of patient data is easily one of the most pressing responsibilities faced by healthcare organizations today. Modern technology and innovative approaches to care are making it easier than ever for patients to receive the treatment they need when they need it, but these advances are challenging the standard approach to privacy and protection of data. How do you ensure ease of access to patient records in a timely manner without compromising privacy? In this webinar, Nick Desai, CEO and Co-Founder of Heal, and Kevin Sheu, Director of Customer Identity Solutions at Okta, discuss the challenges of balancing patient control with data security.
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Value-based care creates a new paradigm—one in which care is no longer delivered only by doctors and nurses but by an entire community of providers that treat the “whole” patient rather than just treating the disease. Communication and care plans can no longer live inside the four walls of a doctor’s office—they must integrate information from the community to fully address the needs of the patient and of the population. Further, those members of a patient’s care team must work together to deliver an effective and coordinated treatment experience. Integrating care coordination with robust analytics into a single platform provides the big picture of patient care, enabling efficient, collaborative care for diverse teams to treat complex populations.

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