The presentation will address critical components for developing and implementing an effective Medical Device Security Management Program.
Medical Device Security (Part 2 of 3): Building an ROI-Based Business Case | Minnesota Chapter of HIMSS
The presentation will address the stakeholders involved in building a business case, determining level of efforts, and understanding what medical device security products offer to support the Medical Device Security Management Program.
Medical Device Security (Part 1 of 3): For Hospitals and Other Care Providers| Minnesota Chapter of HIMSS
The presentation will address critical components for developing and implemention an effective Medical Device Security Management Program.
A panel discussion on the impacts of COVID to Nursing Informatics (NI) programs at four Minnesota Hospital systems. How do the NI journeys differ and how are they similar? Minnesota is unique in that many of the hospitals share the same EMR vendor. A facilitated panel discussion followed by audie...
Innovation in Data Analytics Visualization for COVID-19 | Northern California Chapter of HIMSS Webinar
Join us for a live webinar about a Mighty COVID-19 Analytics Response Team implementing major analytics and data transformation during the COVID-19 crisis led by an interdisciplinary team of six women across the UCSF Health System.
GLOBAL CONSORTIUM LISTENING SESSIONS - Session 2 Focus - Technology: HIT Professionals and Market Suppliers – Accelerating Interoperability by Leveraging Existing Resources Webinar | National Capital Area Chapter of HIMSS
Each 90-minute listening session will include representatives from key projects that will provide an overview of their efforts, projected milestones, and describe potential opportunities for participation. These listening sessions will be held at different times to accommodate an international au...
ePatient 2020 - Cybersecurity & the Future of Remote Patient Monitoring | Northern California Chapter of HIMSS
Several trends are driving increased interest and adoption for network-connected medical devices outside the clinical environment to diagnose, monitor, and treat patients.