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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Leveraging Modern Data Center Technologies to Boost EHR Performance

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With the widespread digitization of patient health records, traditional paper and film-based records have been replaced with Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Whether your organization is a large clinical practice with multiple locations, a single facility hospital, or an accountable care organization, EHR solutions can help you streamline workflows and improve your ability to care for patients. But to make the most of today’s innovative EHR offerings, IT teams often resort to piecing together custom infrastructure solutions using separate servers and storage in order to deal with the need for improved application performance.
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Commercial determinants of health and health inequalities

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Our health is influenced by the conditions we are born, grow, live, work and age in the wider determinants of health. These include commercial determinants of health and health inequalities. We held the third webinar in this series sharing emerging findings from UKPRP-funded projects and exploring their implications for policy.
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Health Care in the Age of Social Media

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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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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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