The LTPAC webinar archive provides a series of informational sessions on topics ranging from adoption and use of technologies within LTPAC provider organizations to issues relating to the broader education of LTPAC’s IT needs and concerns to external healthcare IT organizations.
Long Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Webinar Series
2018 LTPAC Roundtable Sessions
In this month's roundtable 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.
This month's roundtable discusses the MOQI Model and its value of Health Information Exchange toward preventing avoidable hospitalizations in post-acute care.
2017 LTPAC Roundtable Sessions
In this month's webinar we hear how one mental/behaviroal health facility implemented a multifaceted strategy to promote, measure and advance patient engagement.
In this webinar, hear how one small organization with significant budgetary and staff limitations creatively protected their patient health information.
This month's roundtable reviews the recently released ONC report profiling EHR adoption and interoperability in skilled nursing facilities and discusses HIMSS’s efforts to further examine health information exchange in LTPAC settings.
This month’s special joint roundtable with the HIMSS HIE Community featured a researcher from the University of Michigan who explored electronic information exchange between hospitals and long-term care facilities.
This month’s roundtable disucssed how a senior living company and its partners are leveraging wearables and analytics to assess overall wellness across the senior care continuum and help guide intervention efforts.
Join us for a continuation of our behavioral health discussions as our panelists address the varied challenges clinicians, health systems and HIEs entities face in exchanging, accessing and using behavioral health data across the health interoperability eco-system.
Join your LTPAC peers for a discussion of ways to assess care coordination efforts across the care continuum as well as a recap of LTPAC events at last month’s HIMSS17 conference including insights from the 2017 HIMSS Leadership and Workforce Survey.
Join industry and government experts as they provide insights on the recently revised 42 CFR Part 2 regulations governing the confidentiality of substance abuse treatment and prevention records.
Transparent continuous communications with seamless transitions of care have been elusive yet are critical elements managing patients’ conditions. In this month’s Roundtable meeting, we catch-up with Sumit Nagpal, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer LumiraDx, USA, Inc. as he shares insights into their transitions of care experiences involving LTPAC providers.
2016 LTPAC Roundtable Sessions
This webinar examines the role that business intelligence driven solutions play in driving care coordination efforts as well as the challenges of leveraging predictive analytics in a market lagging in health IT adoption.
This webinar will address the varied challenges clinicians, health systems and HIEs face in sharing behavioral health data across the healthcare eco-system, as well as the approaches used to successfully exchange the data.
This month’s session explores efforts by the academic community to define and measure progression towards a person-centric longitudinal care plan and a review of the experiences of one innovative software vendor to advance the reality of an imagined longitudinal care plan.
This month’s session includes insights on ONC’s envisioned relationship between LTPAC and acute care providers, as well as an exploration of one acute care organization’s experience in engaging with LTPAC providers in coordinating patient care post-discharge.
In this LTPAC Roundtable meeting, researchers from the University of Missouri discuss various issues to be considered in the development of national EHR maturation model for nursing home providers and advances in post-acute health information technologies.