Upcoming Virtual Health IT Events for Providers
Take advantage of these upcoming online educational events. The webinars are all intended for eligible hospitals or eligible professional & their practices. They are free of charge so register today.
For other Health IT events, conferences, or summits visit our HIT Event Calendar. For our upcoming webinars see Our Webinars in the HIT Event Calendar. To follow Hashtag Events see our post in HIE Answers.
Public Reporting on Physician Compare Webinar – Learn about public reporting on Physician Compare and information in the pipeline for potential inclusion on Physician Compare in late 2018, including Year 1 Quality Payment Program performance information. Topics: Overview of public reporting; Merit-based Incentive Payment System and Alternative Payment Models; Upcoming 30-day Preview Period.
CY 2018 eCQM Self-Directed Tools and Resources Webinar – This presentation provides a high-level overview of self-directed tools and resources available to hospitals and vendors to support successful electronic Clinical Quality Measure (eCQM) reporting to the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting Program and Promoting Interoperability Program.
Prescription for Engaging Patients – Patients have so much more choice in who they choose for their care and healthcare providers need to worry about attracting patients as well as getting them engaged in their own care. In this webinar we will bring together CalvertHealth with Windstream Enterprise and give real-life examples of how CalvertHealth is improving their patients’ experience.
The Patient’s Power in Improving Health and Care – Around the globe, we are facing a trifecta of healthcare challenges: financial constraints, an aging population, and an increased burden of chronic disease. We need to turn healthcare upside down, empowering our patients to take action for their health and helping physicians, nurses, and healthcare professionals move from being sages to guides. In this webinar Maureen Bisognano from Institute for Healthcare Improvement will present stories of patients and healthcare organizations that are partnering together with tools, processes, data, and systems of accountability to move from dis-ease to health-ease.
Blockchain Technology and its Potential Impact on Data Security and Privacy – Blockchain is taking the healthcare industry by storm. First adopted in the financial world that allows Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to operate, many think it could be the answer to numerous industry challenges including data security and interoperability. Join eFax Corporate and Answers Media Network as we bring two industry experts to the virtual table to talk about blockchain and its impact on healthcare.
#Claims are from Mars, Attachments are from Venus! Thursday, July 26th (1-2ET) we will be hosting a complimentary #webinar.Register today to learn the 5 critical steps necessary to achieve a happy union between claims processing and attachments workflows. https://t.co/G6iammPPSj pic.twitter.com/F2mFLYbbUM
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Vendor and HIT Consultant Events
The following events are hosted by Health IT and EHR vendors and consultants. They are open to the public and we have not been paid to advertise. Presentations could include product marketing.
Earning Power: The Changing Social Media Landscape in Healthcare – Times and algorithms are changing, and it’s time for your social media channels to get moving. Take a deep dive into the past, present and future of social media marketing. Leslie Godlewski breaks down what works, what doesn’t and how to tell the difference.
A Journey to Opioid Prescribing Reduction – In this session, they will walk through Anne Arundel Health System’s journey to reducing Opioid prescribing by over 50% system-wide. They will review the clinical and technological steps that were taken and the findings as opioid prescribing went down. Learning Objectives: Understand steps that can be taken by any health system to reduce opioid prescribing. Discover data and studies that can help you address change management hurdles. Learn about the governance structure that has worked in one institution.
Getting the Most Out of Your Care Management Model – Regardless of which care programs your organization has already invested in, they should all include foundational care model design elements that drive successful outcomes. This includes answering questions about how to staff the care team, where to deploy resources, and how to assign patients to care teams. This webinar, hosted by Ensocare and the Advisory Board, provides a detailed review of the five key attributes of effective care management organizations—from patient recruitment through graduation.
Part 3: Cybersecurity: Protecting Your Healthcare Enterprise – Although cyber attackers constantly create new versions of malicious software and search for new vulnerabilities to exploit, healthcare organizations must continue to be vigilant in their efforts to combat cyber extortion. MRO’s privacy and security experts will cover the following objectives: Review how to ensure identity and access management; accounts are authenticated prior to granting access to your organization’s data. Define threat protection; detecting suspicious behavior and malicious activities, then responding to breaches quickly. Strategize information protection; flexible data classification methods based on cybersecurity needs. And much more.
REC and State HIE Events
These events are hosted by Regional Extension Centers or State Health Information Exchanges. The events could have registration limited to their members. Please check registration requirements on these events.
Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH)-Redesigning Primary Care – Join them for a free webinar on PCMH Recognition and its role in improving patient safety and redefining quality outcomes. The presentation by one of our NCQA certified PCMH content experts will provide an overview of NCQA’s 2017 requirements to become a PCMH recognized practice.
Caring for Providers: Taking Steps to Prevent Burnout – Studies show that nearly two thirds of the nation’s doctors are experiencing symptoms of burnout – including depression, physical, and mental exhaustion – that adversely affect how they relate to patients. In this webinar, Allison Winkler will discuss the challenge and how practices can help improve the wellbeing of physicians and other providers. She will share practical steps to prevent burnout, including enhancing communication using team-based huddles, setting up a wellness committee and infrastructure, and developing schedules with flexibility. A Q&A session will follow the webinar.