In this webinar, Hospital Medicine experts will explore the evolution of the practice to date, current obstacles and opportunities in the field, and strategies you can use to become a five-star program in the next generation of inpatient care.
A number of leading health systems are investing in large-scale genetic screening programs, betting on the potential of genomics to improve community health by identifying millions of individuals who are at a higher risk of developing actionable genetic conditions. This webinar will discuss the benefits and challenges of such projects.
Leading healthcare organizations in the early stages of digital transformation have changed the way work is done. Ninety-two percent (92%) of leaders and other professionals believe future technologies will continue to transform how clinicians and staff serve their communities, according to a national survey conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated.
In healthcare, constant change is the new normal. From industry consolidation, new innovations in treatment to regulatory changes, you have to be prepared to embrace the changes and make tough decisions. Change can be traumatic to an organization and just like a patient, the underlying health of the organization will determine how quickly the organization will adapt. This webinar will provide strategies and best practices to improve the health of your organization based on the leadership principles of Jack Welch, named "The CEO of CEOs" by Forbes.
The consumerization of healthcare and rise of value-based care models has put greater focus on point of care experience. While much of that focus has been on patients, systems are recognizing that enhancing the caregiver experience is critical to achieving their mission. Caregiver experience can greatly impact the overall quality of care and lead to better clinical outcomes.
Within the nation’s hospitals and health systems, quality of care must be the highest priority. Successful organizations are those with a culture that prioritizes patients, demands excellence, and rewards high quality outcomes. This webinar will showcase hospital leaders who are creating a culture of quality and developing specific quality strategies that offer strategic, long-term benefits.
Many health systems have similar goals: deliver a high quality of service that improves patient care, lower costs and achieve results that benefit the financial well-being of the health system and the patient. To achieve these goals, some health systems are leveraging data and clinician experience to improve performance. However, to be successful, each organization must establish a strong governance structure and work together to overcome the barriers to change
Diagnostic errors are the most common, catastrophic and costly of all medical errors—resulting in thousands of patients suffering serious harm every year. We are beginning to understand where and when they happen most frequently and with the highest severity. It’s now on us to take steps to prevent misdiagnoses and ensure patients get the right diagnosis at the right time.
Population changes, economic shifts and technological trends exacerbate the challenge of delivering quality affordable healthcare in rural communities. Join Nancy Dickey, M.D., and Bree Watzak, PharmD, of the Center for Optimizing Rural Health (CORH) and Matthew Walker, PharmD, CEO of William Bee Ririe Hospital, to learn how hospital leaders can meet rural communities’ healthcare needs.
Is your health system providing effective, affordable care for older adults that aligns with their goals and preferences? This webinar will offer best practices from an esteemed panel of healthcare leaders who will discuss what it means to be an age-friendly health system.
Due to the aging population, rehab programs will experience a major influx of medically complex patients. This leaves rehab leaders with one significant question: What can be done to prepare for the increase? By evolving to meet the needs of this changing population, rehab programs can meet the challenge and achieve greater performance standards.