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Together Facing the Challenges of Change. eHealth Initiative’s 2017 Annual Conference & Member Meetings, March 21-23 in Washington, DC will bring together the most influential leaders from across the healthcare spectrum to discuss critical issues related to the use of data and technology to improve healthcare for all Americans. To register go to: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=cktmjryab&oeidk=a07...
EHRs offer robust data and analytics capabilities that routinely go unused. Understanding how best to leverage those capabilities and who to involve in the decision-making processes will position your healthcare organization for creating a successful data-driven culture. Our distuinguished panelists will highlight the care team engagement needed to be successful and how to engage the organization (particularly the clinical care team) beyond the C-suite in analytics. Join the discussion where we’ll focus on optimizing Electronic Health...
The future of healthcare in the US is based on an assumption that every health IT system can interoperate with every other health IT system—which would enable better care coordination and reduce costs. But how far along are we at actually achieving full interoperability and what can we do to get there?
Attendees of this webinar will first hear from Andrea Darby, the System VP of IT Integration - Applications at OhioHealth, about OhioHealth’s strategy to achieve interoperability within its own four walls. Then, attendees will hear from Wes Rishel, former VP and Distinguished...
Please join us to hear from fellow eHI members about current events and initiatives at eHI.
The health care industry has customarily thought about health care data and individual responsibility as primary influencers of a person’s health outcomes. Organizations are now recognizing that alternative drivers, such as economic status, social factors and physical environment are also key influencers in health outcomes. But, how should organizations leverage social determinants in managing populations? How do they integrate these insights into existing processes to help providers make more informed decisions at an individual and population level?
Social determinants of health...
Privacy issues and cybersecurity threats can wreak havoc among healthcare organizations. Malicious agents now seek patient data as frequently as financial information, and the value of a medical record far exceeds that of a stolen credit card. Today, the question facing most security officers is no longer whether a breach will occur, but rather when it will happen and what should be done to mitigate the damage. This new reality necessitates innovative approaches to managing risk and protecting data.
With nearly 6 in 10 hospitals using at least a basic electronic health record, the...