Whether you work at a hospital, in eldercare, telehealth, or smaller-scale operations, the same challenges remain. However, leaders can find refuge in technology that eradicates tedious manual tasks, guides employee spending, and provides insight into where money is going.
Telepsychiatry is a well-researched strategy to provide high-quality, accessible mental health services to patients. But the technology can be implemented and administered incorrectly, leading to poor patient care and a dissatisfied clinical workforce. Join this panel discussion to hear from industry experts about how to successfully implement and optimize a telepsychiatry program as well as understand what key pitfalls to avoid.
Join this webinar to gain best practices for implementing telehealth consistently and effectively beyond the pandemic era, and hear how expert perspectives from both payer and provider leaders on how the technology will play a permanent role in patient care well into the future.
In this session we will explore ways in which clinicians and administration can work together to identify needed capital resources. We’ll explore how leaders can build trust with clinicians that they will have access to the equipment they need when they need it, while ensuring clinician support of health system leadership in making strategic capital planning decisions based on sound logic and data.
In April, federal rules aimed at improving health information exchange will take hold following a year-long delay due to COVID-19. The rules are expected to force a “culture change” across the industry, according to the top federal health IT official, Micky Tripathi. Regulators will closely monitor whether the new regulations make information more easily available to patients, including through patients’ mobile apps. So, what can you do to make sure that your organization is prepared to implement operational and business responses and not be vulnerable to penalties?
Join us as we analyze the critical moments of every patient’s journey and how to improve digital interactions to elevate care, improve patient satisfaction and even alleviate overwhelmed front desk staff. From the moment a patient finds your organization—through scheduling, care, billing and follow up—technology has a place and has become an expectation.
Despite its challenges, the pandemic has also uncovered meaningful opportunities for hospitals and systems to strengthen their roots, reset expectations, and establish pathways to prevail. In this webinar, we’ll explore lessons learned from the four major phases of the pandemic to date and how each “season” has fundamentally changed the future for hospitals, clinical teams, and patients.
In seconds, cyberattacks can undo time and resources spent building a solid business. An increase in activity during the COVID-19 pandemic showed that hackers won’t hesitate to prey on healthcare organizations when they’re most vulnerable. During this webinar, a panel of experts—including Geisinger’s top cybersecurity leader—will discuss common mistakes that must be avoided so organizations can safely implement new opportunities for revenue growth.
Healthcare systems need to be prepared to offer a range of care options to meet patients’ expectations. Often though, more options create more confusion. During this webinar, we’ll offer best practices for streamlining this experience and making it easier for patients to seek care, regardless of whether it is in-person or via telehealth.
The 2020 presidential election presented some unique challenges this year, as will the subsequent transition in power. Healthcare-related issues will be in the forefront in the next few months, as President Donald Trump looks to leave his mark through executive orders, the Supreme Court considers the fate of the Affordable Care Act and Congress negotiates stimulus funding. On the table is everything from additional hospital relief funding to changes to the Stark law. In the meantime, President-elect Joe Biden has already signaled he will take immediate action on reversing some of Trump's political moves as soon as he takes the oath of office in January.
Existing consumer engagement solutions can be applied within healthcare to automate intelligent interactions and meet these patient service demands. A digital conversational AI experience can empower patients with access to information and self-reliance that drives patient satisfaction and protects revenue.
In this webinar, Keith Shah and Michele Molden of Optum Advisory Services and George Sauter, Chief Strategy Officer at John Muir Health, will discuss how disruption is rewriting the rules of engagement in health care and how providers and health plans can respond nimbly to the new financial reality.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a diversion of resources, increasing the risk of HAIs. The pandemic has forced hospitals to rethink protocols to enhance the safety of patients and staff. However, periods of disruption often lead to new and better solutions.
Today, patients have the tools to monitor their glucose levels—but access to this information stopped there. Through their combined solution, Current Health and Dexcom make continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) available to clinicians as their patients recover from acute hospitalization at home.
As healthcare evolves into the increased risk environment of value-based care, leveraging lab data and analytics will be the key to achieving healthcare’s triple aim: providing better care for patients and improving population health at a lower cost.