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Andrea Perry, Emergency Department Clinical Nurse Educator at Sutter Roseville Medical Center, will discuss how the Medical Center’s Emergency Department (ED) improved clinical communication and collaboration through the creation of a targeted response team and more streamlined processes and communication tools.
This presentation will discuss third party risk management, assurance, and best practices.
To kick off Health Datapalooza 2018, NEHI will host a pre-conference event, “Health Care Without Walls: Forging a System of More Distributed Care".
Join us as we hear from a professor at Indiana University as he presents the results of a recent nationwide survey of health IT capabilities in LTPAC facilities in the US and considers the implications of these findings.
The HIMSS Physician Community CMIO Roundtable provides the platform to create and disseminate the information needed to navigate informatics. The Roundtable is open to individuals interested in supporting development of resources for the CMIO with membership at HIMSS.
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More than a meeting, Health Datapalooza is a diverse community of big thinkers and roll-up-our-sleeves-and-get-it-done problem solvers who share a mission to liberate and use data to improve health and health care.
This session will provide the current status of e-prescribing including a regulatory update, identify key opportunities to improve electronic prescription accuracy, and share the results of how those opportunities are being addressed through specific initiatives targeting SIG and drug description.
Over the last 10-15 years hospitals and health systems have spent millions of dollars to implement EHR systems. Yet, despite the investment in technologies promising bottom line improvements and greater efficiencies, many organizations have not seen their cost of care decrease or efficiency improve. Unfortunately, believing a new system or technology will resolve existing problems an organization is experiencing is a common misconception. While a new system may solve some problems, it cannot fix existing organizational and operational issues.
This webinar will focus on the importance of nurses’ involvement in leveraging informatics and technology for new innovations.
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3 - 4
In the new Verizon Protected Health Information Data Breach Report (PHIDBR), Verizon security experts studied over 1,300 PHI data security incidents to create a detailed analysis of the real-world threats healthcare organization face today. By gaining a better understanding of the threat actors, their motives and their tactics, you can better focus your resources to more effectively mitigate those threats.