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

HIMSS Media

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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Spotlight

For nearly a decade, healthcare organizations have been investing in innovative digital health companies to unlock value and spur growth. And Accenture analysis shows funding is even higher now than forecasted two years ago. But investors today are more discriminating: they are strategic about the scale and timing of investments and keen to prioritize affordability. While failure is often more common than success with corporate venture investments, there are reasons to believe that payers and providers that linger on the sidelines of innovation do so at their peril.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Supporting Integrated Patient Care by Moving Tests Out of the Core Lab and into Physicians Offices

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In an effort to reduce costs, many clinical laboratories and pathology groups have moved to a central lab system where almost all lab tests are sent. This has led to both patients and doctors incurring lengthy wait times often until the next day to learn the results, as well as myriad other inefficiencies.
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Incorporating Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health in Patient Care

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Social and behavioral determinants of health have a significant impact on the overall health of a patient, knowing how to leverage this infomation is critical. This session will address how nurse informaticists can optimize systems to collect and use this information.
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Putting Healthcare Under A Microscope – Understanding and Overcoming Cybersecurity Challenges in Healthcare

HIMSS Learning Center

The device landscape in the healthcare sector is growing exponentially, adding to the complexity of the network, and making it challenging for IT and security personnel to remain compliant and enforce patient safety and privacy. To better understand the complexity of healthcare networks and potential vulnerabilities, Forescout research analyzed 75 healthcare deployments with over 1.5 million devices.
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Reframing Healthcare – A Racial Justice Lens

New England QIN-QIO

How Racial Justice and Equity Can Improve Health Care We hope you were able to join the New England QIN-QIO and guest speakers from the Boston Public Health Commission, MA Department of Public Health, and the Executive and Medical Directors from the Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center in Boston, Massachusetts, on Thursday, November 15th. During this session, we heard from industry experts on institutional and structural racism in healthcare. We also discussed interventions to address health outcomes.
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Spotlight

For nearly a decade, healthcare organizations have been investing in innovative digital health companies to unlock value and spur growth. And Accenture analysis shows funding is even higher now than forecasted two years ago. But investors today are more discriminating: they are strategic about the scale and timing of investments and keen to prioritize affordability. While failure is often more common than success with corporate venture investments, there are reasons to believe that payers and providers that linger on the sidelines of innovation do so at their peril.

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