In this webinar, you will learn how to harness the power of an ambient clinical intelligence solution (ACI) to capture and contextualize physicians' conversations with their patients, reduce administrative burden, allowing physician and clinicians to spend more time with patients.
The healthcare industry was already at a critical inflection point before the pandemic began. Now, CFOs are increasingly being asked to play the role of corporate strategist or “co-pilot” to the CEO in navigating this new pace of change.
In this session, experts discuss the issue of failed follow-up as we explore the role of analytics in helping us to ‘shine the light’ on and identify failed follow-ups, and further, how to make these insights actionable to ensure that patients are getting the recommended care that they need.
In this webinar, Dr. Ben Wandtke, Chief of Diagnostic Imaging of University of Rochester Medicine Thompson Health, Kirk Hintz, Regional Vice President of Mednax, Inc, and Sander Kloet, Diagnostics Sr. Director of Product Management, discuss how to prioritize patient follow-up and how to get those patients back into the health system.
As health systems have invested heavily in patient-facing technologies to meet the significant surge in virtual care demand, it has become evident that finance and back-office tools must also advance to fully bring health systems into the digital future.
In this webinar you will hear from speakers who have spent over a decade proving a sustainable model in musculoskeletal care that is designed to align stakeholders, move market share, improve profitability, drive quality patient outcomes and lead the transition to value-based care in sustainable ways.
Join us for an interview-style presentation to learn how Adventist Health has been able to better manage COVID-led complexity—and reduce maintenance costs--through enterprise data management, rolling forecasts and improved analytics.
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted a host of opportunities in delivering person-centered care. As affordability becomes the top issue for payers and publicly-funded healthcare organizations, the time to accelerate the development of your population health capabilities is now.
Recent changes in healthcare have propelled virtual care management and delivery at healthcare institutions. For oncology in particular, this shift has prompted leaders to accelerate innovation to maintain continuity of critical, even complex patient care.
COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the speed at which the healthcare sector needs to innovate in order to meet demands and remain competitive. In this session we’ll share practical advice and expertise on how to think differently about integrated health management technology and operational investments. And what to consider to create a healthcare ecosystem delivering intervention and engagement opportunities throughout your market footprint.
As the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in the U.S., health systems, medical groups and payers scrambled to transform their processes, protocols and technology to provide safe, efficient care at a massive scale that couldn't have been predicted.
COVID-19 has put unprecedented strain on the healthcare workforce, as it has demanded significant clinical resources and challenged staff wellbeing. This webinar will explore how health systems can efficiently manage staffing during the pandemic with a human-first approach, putting people at the forefront of decisions.
Traditionally, healthcare organizations scheduled providers without visibility into exam room availability. However, when COVID-19 hit, health systems needed to quickly understand their capacity, including immediate visibility into available providers and rooms.