Unify ALL of Your Systems of Care to Improve Patient and Financial Outcomes

Pulsara

Poor communication contributes to 80% of medical errors (the 3rd leading cause of death), ⅓ of all malpractice suits, poor outcomes and redundant costs. Unfortunately, these miscommunications are abundant because our care teams are stuck in communication silos. That's why we need to unify ALL systems of care for ALL time sensitive emergencies with regional communication networks that connect ALL members of the care team -- from prehospital providers to interfacility teams to those at other hospitals outside of our own.
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Spotlight

Daniel Martin Watterson, PhD, professor of pharmacology and John G. Searle Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, studies biological mechanisms important in how cells communicate with each other. The work is advancing basic and translational knowledge about critical biological processes and molecules that regulate physiological pathways, and how they are altered in diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, brain injury and cancer. The goal is to develop novel drug treatments that can intervene in disease progression.

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EHR Optimization in an Era of High Demand: What Clinical Informaticist Leaders Are Learning

hcinnovationgroup

Now that the implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) has been universalized, the leaders of patient care organizations are moving forward to optimize their EHRs, and to make use of the advantage that automation has brought. Numerous issues around organizational strategy, prioritization, and operational tactics remain to be resolved.
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2021 compendium of innovative health technologies for low resource settings

World Health Organization

The objective of the Compendium is to compile and showcase emerginginnovative health technologies for low-resource settings. WHO performs rapid evidence-based assessments focused on the life cycle of health technology focusing on low-resource settings.
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Implementing a Successful Multifactor Authentication Strategy for Healthcare

Imprivata

As healthcare contends with emerging security threats and new workflow regulations, multifactor authentication (MFA) is as important as ever. But there are unique challenges that must be considered when selecting a solution — the workflow must be efficient and transparent for users to avoid disruption to productivity. And, there are specific clinical workflows that require MFA that must be considered as part of a broader strategy. In October, a new federal law was passed that mandates electronic prescribing for controlled substances (EPCS) though Medicare Part D.
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Some organizations are moving beyond the preliminary stages of vendor neutral archive start-up. This session will highlight three recent enterprise imaging challenges - and solutions - at a large regional medical center. During this webinar, you’ll learn: How this large regional player faced the challenges to operationalize the
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Spotlight

Daniel Martin Watterson, PhD, professor of pharmacology and John G. Searle Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, studies biological mechanisms important in how cells communicate with each other. The work is advancing basic and translational knowledge about critical biological processes and molecules that regulate physiological pathways, and how they are altered in diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, brain injury and cancer. The goal is to develop novel drug treatments that can intervene in disease progression.

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