Take advantage of these upcoming webinars for healthcare providers focused on adopting health information technology and participation in federal initiatives and quality reporting programs for transition to value based care. The webinars listed are free of charge so register today. For other Health IT events, conferences, or summits visit our Event Calendar. For our upcoming webinars see Our Webinars in the HIT Event Calendar. Also follow our Hashtag Events.
State of Healthcare Interoperability Virtual Summit 2023 – Join DirectTrust and Answers Media Network for a free half-day virtual Summit on the current and future state of interoperability. Hear from industry leaders on hot topics, including what’s new and what’s next, regarding data quality and usability, patient identity, use cases for interoperability, engaging patients, and the future of interoperability.
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RCE Monthly Informational Call – The Recognized Coordinating Entity (RCE) hosts a public informational call as an opportunity to share information about the progress to-date on the third Tuesday of each month. This meeting will also provide stakeholders an opportunity to share their support, questions, and ideas. If you were registered for the 2022 series, you will automatically be registered for the 2023 webinar series.
Vendor and HIT Consultant Events
The following events are hosted by Health IT and EHR vendors and consultants. They are open to the public and we have not been paid to advertise. Presentations could include product marketing.
5 tips to create a successful clinical mobility program – Are you looking to enhance your organization’s clinical mobility program? Join them for an informative webinar where experts from Imprivata, Zebra, and SMG3 will discuss the critical factors that contribute to a successful mobile-first workflow. By bridging the gap between device environment management and frontline workers, you can ensure adoption, efficiency, and ongoing success. Whether you’re just starting your mobile journey or seeking to optimize your existing program, this webinar is a must-attend event. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and practical strategies.
Don’t Limp into Mandatory Reporting: Automated Patient Reported Outcomes for Hip & Knee Replacement – On July 1, 2024, all health systems will be required to collect Patient Reported Outcome Measures as part of the CMS regulation for the following measures: Hospital-Level, Risk Standardized Patient-Reported Outcomes Performance Measure Following Elective Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty and/or Total Knee Arthroplasty; Hospital-Level Risk-Standardized Complication Rate Following Elective Primary. Are you equipped to handle these new requirements? Mandatory data collection begins April 1, 2024, and failure to submit timely data can result in a 25 percent reduction in payments by Medicare. Attend this webinar to learn how mobile engagement can empower your organization to meet this requirement.
Wrangling Net Revenue Forecasting – Currently, net revenue is being forecasted using inaccurate information that’s based on static, inconsistent, and historical aggregate data. But is there a better way to project revenue? In this webinar, their panel of financial leaders from New York Bariatric Group, Florida Eye Specialists & Cataract Institute, and Pinehurst Medical Clinic will dive into the pitfalls of revenue forecasting, key revenue projection techniques, the impact of accurate and sufficient data, and how to get more out of your projections.
Network enablement: How WKCC strategically empowers their healthcare organization with data-driven tools and capabilities – The confluence of operational, clinical, and technical expertise has become paramount in modern healthcare organizations. As ACOs, CINs, and health systems shift towards value-based care, population health, and other alternative models of care, the need for actionable data is crucial. This session delves into the interplay between operations, technology, and care teams, emphasizing how data serves as the backbone for achieving organizational success and holistic network enablement. Discover how self-service tools built on the foundation of a solid data platform are transforming the way insights are served to providers, leaders, and other stakeholders, and the mechanisms that are ensuring that care teams act promptly on these insights to close critical gaps.
The Impact of Digital MSK on Rehab Therapy Patient Success – In an ideal scenario, everyone would have the time and resources to enjoy in-person care. Unfortunately, reality is something different: Physical therapists need to sleep, and patients can’t afford to make a long-term, continuing commitment to in-person care. The solution is digital MSK treatment when in-person care isn’t necessary, either because the care doesn’t require in-person engagement or components of the treatment plan can be handled virtually. This creates efficiencies at scale while maintaining needed patient-to-therapist engagement. In fact, studies show that the combined use of digital MSK tools and techniques has improved short-to-mid-term patient success rates. In this webinar, attendees will learn how to assess and apply a digital approach to patient care, maximizing adherence to treatment plans through greater convenience and patient self-management.
Proven Success Factors to Revitalize Your Urgent Care – Over the past few years, many urgent care clinics turned away from traditional urgent care practices to adopt a COVID-first policy. While this worked for the short-term, it is having negative long-term effects. But some clinics stayed the course during the pandemic and didn’t reduce their services or hours, instead, they augmented traditional care with COVID care — and as a result, they continue to thrive and grow. In this webinar, they’ll share the secrets to their success, and provide real-world recommendations to help you revitalize your practice.
REC and State HIE Events
These events are hosted by Regional Extension Centers or State Health Information Exchanges. The events could have registration limited to their members. Please check registration requirements on these events.
Accelerating Medical Device Design Through a Multi-Physics and Multidisciplinary Approach to Design of Medical Devices – Medical devices must meet regulatory requirements and standards during the certification process for commercial use and product distribution. This process is more complex when trans-disciplinary teams are involved throughout the entire product lifecycle. Join this webinar for an explanation of a method based on the Model-Based Systems Engineering approach that aligns design, engineering, and manufacturing teams to create robust and efficient products. This method allows evaluation and validation of the design and product from requirements to manufacturing and services.