Patient data represents the medical information about patients’ health, including past and current illnesses, lifestyle choices, treatment history, genetic data, biometric data, etc. The patient data is held in individual medical records as personal health records that can be accessed by care providers whenever required. The patient health information stored in personal health records is used to inform decisions about the individual’s care and treatment.
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Pharmaceutical companies work with many different types of data ranging from commercial sales through to longitudinal patient data. In this webinar, the featured speakers explore the distinct differences and the importance of applying the right methods to ensure data accuracy and maintain business confidence. The panel of industry and data science experts draw from their collective experiences working with clients and real world datasets across the world. They address some of the most common questions clients ask when working with longitudinal patient data. This webinar will be a discussion on navigating the complexity of real-world data (RWD) to help pharma companies maintain a competitive edge driven through real world insights. The team will provide tips for asking the right analytics questions to unlock the true power of real-world data.
Discuss the crisis in patient data inaccuracy caused by desperate interoperability solutions and and regulatory drivers. Share results of a recent CHIME member survey on patient data matching and resulting top five trends in patient data cleansing and absolute record matching.
Butler County Health Care Center in David City, Nebraska, dodged a malware attack planted just before July 4th, thanks to quick action by the FBI. The IT director for Butler County Health Care Center, …
The recent UK government draft policy Data Saves Lives highlighted the real-life example of a young woman with asthma who had visited different health care services on 42 separate occasions. This was …
In the COVID-19 era, health systems recognize that existing data infrastructure is inadequate. Today, healthcare consumers are more empowered with the health data readily available through healthcare …
Your patient data is precious. The more robust it is, the more value it provides to operations, financials, marketing, engagement, and care delivery. While the transition from paper-based processes to digital solutions has paved the way for powerful patient and practice intelligence, we must continue to address areas of vulnerability. Fighting cyberattacks is an ongoing battle, but Cybersecurity Awareness Month is the perfect time to #BeCyberSmart, revisit best practices for building a cyber-resilient DSO, and put new policies, procedures, and technologies in place.
In this session, dental industry technology and information leaders will share:
Routines/practices for identifying vulnerabilities in their systems and organization.
Surprising vulnerabilities identified and how they were addressed.
How they identify vendors and systems that will help to keep patient data safe.
How they educate employees about ransomware, malware, social engineering, and more.
Soon, Apple announced recently, it will enable doctors to monitor health data from their patients’ phones and watches between visits, part of the push into health care that Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, has …
Ethical data sharing means patients are the true owners of their data, not the tech experts who have become the de facto owners, say Cotiviti's Nicole Neumarker and Sensyne Health's Derek Baird.
The landscape of cancer care and delivery is dynamic and rapidly changing, and while there's incredible potential for technology to accelerate research and improve the quality of personalized care, much of the available data is spread across the country's massive, fragmented health system.
The right data infrastructure, however, can allow health systems to leverage real-world patient data, translating to improved quality performance and value-based care delivery.
During this discussion, industry experts will discuss how real-world data paired with the right infrastructure can be used to analyze and improve quality performance, report on metrics and more.
Over this four-part webinar series organized by the Patient Data Access Initiative (PDAI) and the Patients as Partners in Clinical Trials conference team, you will hear best practices and guidelines for providing patients with appropriate access to their clinical trial data.
To support the sudden increase in test results and medical records being transmitted during the pandemic, hospitals, laboratories, and pharmacies implemented additional devices and remote connections …
How can health plans protect their members from fraudulent healthcare apps and bad actors? And how can they ensure 3rd party apps are helpful to their members?
The CMS Patient Access Rules are coming. …
he current ability to share patient data between different practices, who each specialise in different aspects of the patients care, is a long process.
A group of patients with diabetes were surveyed …
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