The Collaborative Role of Technology and PharmD in Managing Chronic Conditions

Himsslearn

The prevalence and cost of chronic, cardiometabolic conditions like Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Disease is one of the greatest healthcare challenges we face today. Luckily, price points are coming down on cellular and Bluetooth-enabled medical devices like blood pressure cuffs and glucometers, and at the same time, enhanced interoperability capabilities are allowing us to seamlessly pull patient-generated data from the devices into analytics platforms and combine it with patient record data from the EHR.  The connection gives clinicians a more complete view of their patients’ health whether at the point-of-care or virtually giving them the ability to detect costly complications before they happen, and prompting them to intervene with appropriate guideline-based management.
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Spotlight

How much is inventory management interfering with your hospital staff’s patient responsibilities? Studies show that nurses in medical/surgical inpatient units typically spend up to two hours of their shift performing supply chain related tasks. This impacts the quality of care. Streamlining supply chain processes allows frontline caregivers to spend more time with patients. This infographic illustrates a new way to store, use, replenish, analyze and optimize medical/surgery inventory to help get clinicians back to patients and support outcomes – see how it saved one hospital three hours per day* in labor spent on ordering products.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

SSH Keys: Security Asset or Liability for Healthcare?

HIMSS Media

With the extensive network systems found in the healthcare industry, SSH keys are widely used to provide privileged administrative access and to secure machine-to-machine automation for important business functions. However, SSH keys are routinely untracked, unmanaged and unmonitored. This lack of visibility and control can create HIPAA violations by not adequately restricting access to Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI). If SSH keys are not surely managed, the organization does not know who has access. In this session, we’ll examine SSH study results that reveal widespread lack of security controls for SSH keys in the healthcare industry. We’ll discuss the common mistakes that almost all healthcare organizations make around security, policy, and auditing practices when managing SSH keys.
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SPOILER ALERT—TELEHEALTH IS JUST HEALTHCARE WITH A SMARTPHONE

PYA, P.C

PYA Principal Martie Ross is a co-presenter during the on-demand webinar, “Spoiler Alert: Telehealth Is Just Healthcare but with a Smartphone—Get the Scoop on How to Increase Your CMS Telehealth Reimbursements.” Martie and the other panelists discuss changes to the new Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, which allows providers to bill for common practices, such as texting colleagues to coordinate patient care. The presenters outline the practical details of the telehealth codes, which impact organizations across the continuum of care, and explain how technology can allow providers to remotely interact with patients.
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Cyberthreat Research for the Healthcare Industry

HIMSS Media

The cyberthreat landscape for the healthcare industry continues to evolve with clear evidence that securing connected medical devices require a different approach to that of IT devices. Through year-long research, Zingbox analyzed the underlying vulnerabilities of connected medical devices, identified the particular type of medical devices requiring attention, and the security implications of IoT devices as a whole to the healthcare community. The research also found promising trends in how care providers are improving the security of their network. Join us as we provide the details of our findings.
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Patient Engagement in Healthcare Increases ROI for the Marketing Budget

Sequence Health

Watch and learn how patient engagement in healthcare can significantly increase your leads and provide a positive return on your marketing spend for your Bariatric Program.
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Spotlight

How much is inventory management interfering with your hospital staff’s patient responsibilities? Studies show that nurses in medical/surgical inpatient units typically spend up to two hours of their shift performing supply chain related tasks. This impacts the quality of care. Streamlining supply chain processes allows frontline caregivers to spend more time with patients. This infographic illustrates a new way to store, use, replenish, analyze and optimize medical/surgery inventory to help get clinicians back to patients and support outcomes – see how it saved one hospital three hours per day* in labor spent on ordering products.

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