Women in Health IT at the Forefront of Addressing the Opioid Crisis

The objective of this webinar is to tie the opioid crisis with the Women in Health IT community to bring awareness to women’s voices in addressing the crisis. A panel of leaders at the federal and state levels and the HIE space will share their stories on how they came into their current work roles and what they are doing in those roles that ties to addressing the opioid crisis through information and technology.
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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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Integrating Family Planning with Primary Health Care

Results for Development

When and how should vertical programs for family planning and other health needs be integrated in primary health care (PHC), particularly as countries undertake reforms in pursuit of universal health coverage? Experts from Results for Development, Population Services International (PSI), Marie Stopes International (MSI), ThinkWell and Population Services Kenya (PS Kenya) explored this question in a webinar.
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Overview of Nursing Liability

Lorman

Being a licensed nursing professional sends the message to patients that you have been educated, trained and are competent in your practice. Unfortunately, in today's increasingly litigious society, claimants take the position that all bad outcomes are the result of professional negligence and target licensed professionals, their employers and insurance carriers as being in violation of the practice act, the standard of care and/or the criminal statutes. The allegations take the form of administrative complaints, lawsuits or prosecutions.
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Leveraging Modern Data Center Technologies to Boost EHR Performance

HIMSS Media

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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