The Covid-19 pandemic has brought health crises globally, but it had worse effects on businesses’ economic status. Digitization could change the business model in a creative way for better productivity. Digitization, agility, and multistakeholder collaboration could help healthcare organizations respond to the current crisis in a better way.
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Since the Residential and Home Care Show last took place in 2019 it is impossible to underestimate the devastating impact Covid-19 has had on the whole sector. Our 2022 programme has been created with you, our audience, firmly in mind. Geared around very practical sessions, high profile panel discussions and inspirational keynotes, the Residential and Home Care Show is a key date in your calendar. Increase your knowledge, take away tangible takeaways and leave re-energised ready for the challenges ahead.
The show focuses on how you can improve the quality of care you offer, workforce recruitment and retention challenges, support and advice for your business weathering the pandemic storm, and how social care can better integrate with the NHS – particularly new Iocal Integrated Care Systems. We’ll also be covering personalised care, safeguarding, dementia, CQC inspections, employment laws and new technologies.
The COVID 19 pandemic has brought tremendous disruption to healthcare in the Latin American region, particularly to the already overburdened and underfunded public healthcare systems. Many of these systems were unprepared and still struggling with long-running challenges including inequity in health and access to services, lack of capacity and data, and fragmented decision-making and response to crises. But as a profound disruptive force, the pandemic has also served as a catalyst for bold transformation of Latin America health systems.
In this informative webinar, you will discover the barriers to your own personal resilience. It is during challenging and uncertain times that we question ourselves and our ability to endure the constant pressure and strain of what we are going through and to have feelings of uncertainty going forward. But resilience is more than just a belief that we will “bounce back”, it is about looking hard at how we communicate internally, understanding how negative thinking holds us back and holds us down and how we make the choice to alter and improve our thinking to improve our outlook and our lives.
AHRQ is hosting a free Web conference on July 1, 2021 from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. EST, to discuss how digital healthcare has been affected by the pandemic. The pressing need to put evidence into practice to optimize outcomes for all patients and improve experience and reduce burnout for all providers has been dramatically intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants will describe their research and efforts related to the use of digital healthcare strategies and tools to support information flow in caring for patients with COVID and other conditions, and implications of their results for leveraging digital healthcare going forward. The Web conference speakers will not discuss or provide any treatment recommendations for COVID-19.
The role of the CIO in digital transformation is changing with current and future challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the CIOs role as the leader of business IT strategy development and implementation remains unchanged, the pace at which they must adapt and respond to digital transformation has increased. Ensuring that IT systems are running properly is only half the battle. To be leaders in digital transformation, CIOs must be Chief Experience, Chief Education, and Chief Innovation Officers.
John Henderson, Vice President & CIO, Children's Hospital of Orange County
Lee Milligan, SVP & CIO, Asante Health
Vik Nagjee, Director, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Sirius Healthcare
Stephanie Lahr, MD, CIO & CMIO, Monument Health
Shahid Shah, Publisher and Chief Editor, Medigy.com
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