eHealth Competency: An Essential Element in Patient Care and Improving Care Quality in Israel


Oct 31, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
TIGER Virtual Learning Environment

Assuta Medical Centers is the largest private hospital system in Israel with eight facilities across the country, including four private hospitals specializing in elective surgery, high technology diagnostics, and oncology treatment. The system includes a day surgery center, a stand-alone imaging and gastroenterology center, an Ambulatory Care Center with multiple outpatient clinics, and a new public not-for-profit hospital. In addition, Assuta also operates three mobile services, mobile resonance imaging (MRI) and two mobile mammography units. Assuta places a great deal of emphasis on quality of care and service and is Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited. Join us to learn how basic skills and competencies are integrated into digital systems to direct patient care and for developing new eHealth tools, data analytics and research. Presented by Rachelle Kaye, PhD, International Projects Coordinator, Integrated Care Core Team Member, Liat Todris, RN, MPH, Director, Quality Assurance and Clinical Computing, Nursing Division, and Rama Phillips, Director, Department of Training and Organizational Development, Assuta Medical Centers, Central Staff.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discover how basic skills and competencies utilized within Assuta’s digital systems, both clinical and administrative, help direct patient care and assist with managing the organization and its services;
  2. Hear about the ways in which intermediate skills and competencies can be leveraged in benefit of higher-level functions including monitoring, quality assurance, quality control, patient safety and data security;
    Learn how advanced skills and competencies can be used to develop new eHealth tools, data analytics and research.
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Event Contact Information

Toria Shaw
Senior Manager, Professional Development