Health IT Outcomes Webinars

  1. The Anatomy Of A Health Data Breach
    12/23/2014

    It seems like every week there’s news of another notable health system falling victim to a security breach where patient PHI (protected health information) is exposed. In fact, according to The Washington Post, healthcare data breaches have affected more than 30 million patients to date and have resulted in millions of dollars in penalties against offending healthcare providers. This disturbing trend has hospitals, physician practices, and other healthcare facilities scared stiff. Many are re-evaluating their technology initiatives or scrutinizing their existing technology infrastructures as a result.

  2. Securing Health Data In A BYOD World
    12/23/2014

    Mobility has become an expectation in healthcare. Not only do clinicians expect to have anytime, anywhere access to critical health information, most demand to leverage their own personal devices to interact with patient data and communicate with other clinicians. This had led to the rise of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programs among healthcare providers.

  3. Lessons Learned: Adopting Evidence-based Nursing/Interdisciplinary Care Plans In EpicCare Inpatient Clinical System
    12/22/2014

    This ProVation Medical webinar discusses lessons learned from adopting evidence-based care plans in Epic at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

  4. Patient "Hot Spotting" - How GIS Helped An Organization Cut Healthcare Costs By 50%
    12/5/2014

    The health care system in the US is burdened by “super utilizers”, patients that account for up to 30 percent of health care costs. These patients are admitted through the ED, hospitalized, and then discharged, only to return seeking care again.

  5. Healthcare Cloud Security Myths Debunked
    11/18/2014

    Many healthcare IT professionals have a deep-rooted aversion to the cloud. There's a fear of the unknown when it comes to cloud-based platforms - a perception that because the technology infrastructure is not under the direct control of the healthcare institution it is somehow less secure. However, when you look at the facts, one finds cloud-based systems are perhaps more secure than their traditional on-premise counterparts and a perfectly safe haven for clinical health data.

  6. Using People, Process, And An Evidence-Based Framework To Cross The CPOE Adoption Divide
    9/4/2014

    A regional hospital in eastern Michigan, McLaren Port Huron relied upon an established infrastructure to efficiently upgrade their order sets as a part of the MEDITECH 6.x READY implementation approach. In just 8 months, McLaren Port Huron successfully customized and deployed over 200 evidence-based order sets. Having the correct people and processes in place before the project started further benefited McLaren Port Huron by allowing them to focus on what truly mattered to their organization: driving clinician adoption.

  7. How To Accelerate Insight With Anonymized Health Data
    9/3/2014

    In June of this year, Privacy Analytics completed a survey of healthcare analysts, researchers and privacy professionals on best practices associated with anonymizing data for secondary purposes. The survey results pointed to common management approaches among leading practitioners to govern and anonymize data in their enterprise.

  8. White Plains Hospital: Integration And Go LIVE (Part 2)
    7/28/2014

    Learn how White Plains Hospital (WPH) successfully improved care plan compliance as a part of their overall evidence-based practice initiatives, leveraging the role of nursing informaticists.

  9. White Plains Hospital: The Interdisciplinary Model (Part 1)
    7/28/2014

    Learn how White Plains Hospital (WPH) successfully improved care plan compliance as a part of their overall evidence-based practice initiatives, leveraging the role of nursing informaticists.

  10. Identify And Resolve Revenue Vulnerabilities With Data Analytics
    6/23/2014

    Today’s revenue cycle is undergoing fundamental transformation. Audits and denials are on the rise. Coding and documentation are rapidly changing. And clinical quality increasingly determines financial success. How can you effectively enhance and protect your revenue in this atmosphere of change?