Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS): Data
Data in healthcare or clinical data is a staple resource of both health and medical research. Data in healthcare can be in the form of EHRs, administrative data, clinical trials data, claims data, and health survey’s data, etc. Sometimes the healthcare data is made easily accessible to users for various purposes. There are many sources by which the health data can be made accessible. For example, Data Navigator application developed by CMS allows you to filter publicly available data sets by geography, health care setting, and document types.
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Security has always been about protecting data. In this webinar we will discuss the many aspects of data security and protection in this transforming health care business. There are methods of security to consider as part of a building and maintaining a robust data security program, starting with protecting the perimeter all the way down to session level data. We will examine how a holistic approach addresses the challenges of creating a cohesive data security strategy and program. Two information management experts from Zelis will address the issue of data security. They'll discuss current and possible future threats, best practices for organizations to protect themselves, and how Zelis is leading in data at rest and data in-transit data security.
Texas Health Resources is using real-time workforce data to improve the nursing experience and empower their nurse managers (and leadership) to make more informed staffing decisions. During this webinar, leaders will share how they used their performance management tool to unite staffing and scheduling data, trended volumes and census-based targets into a single source of truth for nurse managers to create action plans and communicate decisions to leadership. Hear feedback from front-line managers on how real-time workforce data has created efficiency in decision-making.
The value real-time insights have brought to their nursing teams
How real-time data can empower nursing leaders to make cost-informed staffing decisions
How a single source of truth can allow for more efficient staffing huddles and resource allocation conversations
In healthcare, data grows exponentially as the ability to extract operational value continues to fall behind. Without the right questions, approaches, and technology, data can’t be leveraged to its full capacity, leading to lackluster outcomes and the difference between a leading and lagging organization. More so, this issue can have a downstream effect in several key areas of your business, including digital transformation, clinical and non-clinical operations, and the patient/member experience. In this webinar presented by EXL Health, you’ll hear engaging discussions from industry leaders on how healthcare organizations can harness the power of data to achieve a sustainable business advantage. Centered around the building blocks of data-led value creation, cloud enabled solutions, and enterprise architecture, you’ll discover the steps needed to turn your data into a trusted, strategic asset.
Learning points include:
How an enterprise data strategy and delivery can enable strategic business priorities, including improved health outcomes and financial performance and expanded market access.
Understanding how successful data-led healthcare organizations are driven by four key pillars, including data access, insight at speed, continuous evolution, and end-to-end adoption.
How to solve operational inefficiencies by leveraging cloud-based, digital solutions to ease the burden on clinical and non-clinical staff.
A review of case studies that focus on how a data-led approach led to a turnaround in cost savings and productivity.
You have access to mountains of data - now what? A wealth of data from different sources can reveal valuable insights into service line performance, but the right strategy is essential for making the most of it — and market data can play a key role. Healthcare leaders must transform data beyond just numbers: They need to bring together disparate sources of financial, operational and market data to create a comprehensive view of their current service line performance and inform data-driven decisions. In this live webinar, experts will share how to combine market data with your own financial and operational data to guide growth and reimbursement optimization strategies.
Healthcare leaders face tough choices in today's economy. Cuts need to be made and every investment decision must have a positive ROI. At the same time, revenue must increase along with patient retention. Scheduling is a crucial component to driving both revenue and retention, but most scheduling solutions require too much manual intervention and often create even more work and less capacity. To fully understand the impact of all the manual work that goes into patient scheduling, Notable conducted a survey of 50+ patient access leaders. Join us to learn:
Why health systems still over rely on the call center and staff despite having digital scheduling solutions
How the manual workflows involved in scheduling negatively impact patient revenue and retention
How to build a scheduling approach that drives better financial, clinical, and organizational value
Static reports and dashboards are no longer cutting it in today's emergency departments and clinical spaces. When leveraged the right way, data can be much more valuable. Join Matthew Ledges, MD, and Wilfredo Rivera, MD, as they share how a clinical analytics platform moves organizations beyond mere data collection to actionable solutions that optimize emergency department staffing and clinical operations.
Learn more about:
Using data and analytics to guide performance improvement
The value of an integrated analytics platform
Leveraging collective data to improve clinical operations in any department
This webinar will examine strategies to address social determinants of health across the care continuum. By integrating and aligning SDOH insights across payer and provider organizations, these organizations can collectively decrease the number of patients that fall through care gaps due to societal circumstances.
Learn how to:
Recognize the value of integrating SDOH data from multiple sources to provide insights to clinicians, hospitals and payers
Incorporate SDOH into the delivery of healthcare to meet models for newer value-based care and payment
Identify effective programs for populations based on organizational
AcademyHealth will once again host Health Datapalooza as a standalone conference in 2023. Unique among other data or health policy offerings, this event embodies the ethos of Datapalooza’s beginnings with a renewed focus on the partnership between the public and private sectors to collaborate, innovate, and disrupt the industry. Join us February 23-24, 2023 in Arlington, VA for one of our most exciting meetings. Great minds across multiple sectors will convene and learn from each other to leverage data and policy for action that transforms health and health care.
With financial resiliency efforts, budget constraints, and staffing shortages likely to continue, 2023 could be the year when the operational efficiencies that result from partial IT outsourcing is one of your best options for staying on track with the technology innovations your healthcare organization needs. What if you had more time to build stronger, strategic relationships with your C-suite colleagues and clinical stakeholders instead of managing day-to-day operations like the service desk? What if you could fill that gap in expertise so your IT team could deliver successfully on high priority, transformational IT projects? See why these new models will give you strategic advantage and dispel the myth that IT outsourcing will cost more, is disruptive and robs intellectual capital. Get research-based advice and value-based metrics for making decisions on the operational model that best fits your organization’s strategic objectives.
Florida Blue/GuideWell and University of South Florida Muma College of Business are partnering to launch the first Florida Blue/Guidewell/USF Data and AI for Health and Wellness: Best Practices Forum aimed at building an ongoing community around the use of data and AI for good in the healthcare area. The first event will be at the Guidewell Innovation Center in Orlando and features four keynote talks and a data/AI panel in healthcare. Policy makers, industry leaders, academics and students interested in the use of data and artificial intelligence in healthcare are welcome to attend this free event sponsored by Florida Blue, GuideWell and USF.
The Festival of Genomics & Biodata is a unique experience – a crossroads for the entire genomics ecosystem to discover, meet, learn, have fun and celebrate. It is the largest genomics event in the UK and the fastest growing genomics event in the world. Meet incredible people (in person!) and benefit from being part of an incredible community. Listen to and learn from a handpicked list of 150+ inspirational speakers and panelists.
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Welcome to the age of constraints, most cannot afford either the cost or deployment time of large complex systems, you likely already own platform automation capabilities that can drive impact toward transformative healthcare outcomes. This discussion will focus on how your data can drive the automation of outcomes that quickly align with the principles of the quintuple aim and create the agility to address future challenges.
For many years, data vendors have focused exclusively on the enablement of pharma and CROs to drive more impactful, efficient clinical research. However, the need to enable healthcare professionals (HCPs) with data to direct better patient care through clinical trial awareness and accessibility hasn’t been considered. In this webinar, the featured speaker presents a case study of how a change in the mindset of data vendors can drive more collaborative and impactful translational and clinical research and support both HCP and patient communities in finding more targeted care pathways.
As we enter the flu season while COVID-19 variants remain prevalent, healthcare facilities across the industry must anticipate the potential for increasing cases of both. Having access to low-cost, easy-to-use rapid antigen combination tests can help distinguish these viral infections at the onset, helping everyone save time and resources. Most importantly, it will enable the right care and can help prevent the viruses from spreading. This webinar will take a deep dive into the flu/COVID-19 landscape care providers are facing, and how combination tests can quickly answer one the season’s most critical questions: “Do I have COVID-19 or the flu?”
Attendees will gain:
An outlook on what this year's flu season will look like based on trends and data
Understanding of the clinical significance and prevalence of COVID-19 variants
Strategies for healthcare professionals and other decision-makers to plan for the “twindemic”
There’s still more to learn! Building off of our first DataJam webinar, this webinar will feature presentations from three additional winners of AcademyHealth’s 2022 Health Equity DataJam. The 2022 Health Equity DataJam challenged participants to transform raw data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services into actionable insights to bridge disparities of health, including those exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and to ensure equitable access and wellness for all. Participants chose from one of four challenge tracts that included Access to Care, COVID-19 and Health Equity, Kidney Care and Health Equity, and Lyme Innovation and Health Equity.
Arcadia, the leading data analytics platform for healthcare, today announced it has partnered with Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, to make Arcadia's de-identified electronic health record (EHR) and …
MRO, the leading clinical data release platform in healthcare, announced today it ranked No. 4838 on Inc. magazine's 2022 annual Inc. 5000 an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private …
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