The pandemic has created a national worker shortage. Dubbed "The Great Resignation" it is estimated that 48% of workers are either looking for a new job or actively considering it. The challenge is amplified in healthcare where job burnout is at an all-time high. Within healthcare, Revenue Cycle has always had a high attrition rate. Organizations are looking for processes and new technologies that can help automate some of the mundane, but necessary tasks, to allow teams to focus on higher-value work.
With the recent HRSA hypertension funding requirements to implement Bluetooth or wireless-enabled self-measured blood pressure devices, health centers are looking for guidance on how to roll out high-tech remote patient monitoring (RPM) tools. In response, this three-part RPM training series will kick off with a high-level overview of RPM, such as the difference between low tech and high-tech tools and how to choose an RPM tool. The second session will focus on best practices for RPM implementation and data collected. The final session for this series will be taking a deeper dive into the data and how to utilize it in a meaningful way.
Ensuring equitable access to care during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond is a top priority for today's healthcare organizations. At the start of the pandemic, New York City Health and Hospitals, the largest U.S. public healthcare system, moved quickly to innovate and build a telehealth system that addressed disparities and improved access to care. Today, NYC H+H and Dr. Kevin Chen, Senior Director of Design and Evaluation, continue to build on the path to a more equitable telehealth environment. During this webinar, hear from Dr. Chen to learn how your organization can leverage evidence based strategies to address current barriers to equitable telehealth access and more.
In partnership with the Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center and the Behavioral Health Institute , this webinar will focus on informing participants about common myths and misconceptions related to telehealth. Presenters will equip attendees with the skills to obtain Informed Consent and Safety plan with clients when providing telehealth services. The Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center will also provide attendees with resources and educational opportunities available to providers within the state of Washington.
In this panel discussion, healthcare leaders will look at the current policy and operational landscape around interoperability, discussing how such phenomena as TEFCA, mandates for providers and health plans to provide data to consumers, and the ongoing evolution of the health information exchange sector will help to shape advances in interoperability going into the near future.
If you’re still using binders, Post-its and faxes to handle the administrative work at your clinical practice, your workflows might be failing you. These ad-hoc processes and vehicles don’t foster structure, collaboration and accountability in organized ways. This webinar will explore digital administrative resources that alleviate workflow inefficiencies, delays in care and missed revenue opportunities, so you can drive improved practice performance in 2022.
This 60-minute webinar will provide you with the knowledge to:
Identify your current system’s inefficiencies
Recognize opportunities for improved collaboration in 2022
Locate digital resources that improve practice performance
Consumers best experience anywhere becomes their expectation everywhere. Healthcare is no different. As the consumer experience continues to evolve, having a digital-first, patient-centric, elevated engagement strategy on the patient's channel of choice is paramount to remain competitive.
Over the last two years, health systems have been forced to reevaluate care delivery, including increased adoption of virtual care while accelerating their operational and digital transformation strategies. Join us to hear how SCL Health and Community Health Network are reinventing themselves by scaling capabilities to provide seamless consumer experiences, increasing access, and driving operational efficiency, while helping support interoperability of health data.
As the list of responsibilities for today's physicians grows, reducing documentation burden and cognitive overload are a must for healthcare leaders. Join us for a fireside chat with a panel of CMIOs as we discuss the ways computer assisted physician documentation (CAPD) is boosting provider satisfaction and enabling higher quality care for the patient.
Key Learning Points:
How artificial intelligence can support the existing documentation workflow across different care settings
How to determine what care setting should go first based on your organization’s strategic initiatives
What to consider in your evaluation process
Best practices for demonstrating outcomes and return on investment
The pandemic has ushered in a transformative era for healthcare payers. Health plans now need to integrate more higher-value care models, more mental health offerings and digital assistance. Join Becker’s Healthcare as payer and health system executives explore the changing landscape, discuss patients’ needs and forecast the future of healthcare. Stay-in-the know and hear peer-to-peer conversations on the biggest issues facing the industry and how your organization can be ready.
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