In the post-COVID normal, clinicians are defining how to best deliver care going forward. Dr. Constantin Jabarin, who has successfully implemented customized EMR solutions in the UK, discusses supporting work practices during a time of change, directing all technology to the unique needs of an organization.
New Standards for New Information – Healthcare Data Compliance with Michael Kirwan, CEO/CTO dSheet LLC
As the amount of healthcare patient data grows exponentially, provider organizations must comply with rapidly shifting compliance standards. dSheet leader Michael Kirwan discusses how the providers he collaborates with have worked to meet these standards – including Bluetooth, HL7 FHIR, and 5G – and what providers can do now to ensure compliance themselves. Also hear how the March 2020 ONC/HHS updates, and the growing sophistication of wearables and patient monitoring devices, could further change the future of information sharing.
For more information, connect with Michael on LinkedIn.
In this special episode, Allscripts Ambulatory leader Leah Jones discusses the challenges physician practices face during a nationwide shift to value-based care. Learn how to identify financial and care gaps, and find where your organization can use the support of an expertise partner to achieve the best possible financial and clinical outcomes.
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Creating a Powerful Healthcare Experience - w Cynthia Sharpe, Experience Design Principal, ThinkWell Group
By examining the four P's of experience design - people, places, platforms and processes - healthcare providers of any size can create a customized, engaging and trust-building experience for patients and staff.
Cynthia Sharpe, Theme Park and Museum Principal at experience design firm ThinkWell Group, explains:
- What makes the best healthcare experiences similar to the best cultural and educational ones
- Why guests trusted the Disney Cruise Line experience during a healthcare crisis
- How strong healthcare experiences raise patient engagement, lower staff burnout and improve care.
Resources in episode:
- Recommended book: The Experience Economy, by Joseph Pine
- Check out the ThinkWell website and blog, reach out with questions
- For more on informal science education principals, which apply to patient engagement, visit The American Association of Museums and the Association of Science and Technology Centers.
Patient Safety and Health IT part 2: ECRI’s Guidelines Trust and Patient Safety Organization – w Janice Kaczmarek and Dr. Lorraine Possanza, ECRI Institute
In this second part of the series, ECRI Institute’s Janice Kaczmarek tells how the Institute developed its own Guidelines Trust to replace the Guidelines Clearinghouse. Dr. Lorraine Possanza describes how the ECRI Patient Safety Organization empowers all healthcare stakeholders to collaborate for stronger, better care.
Patient Safety and Health IT, part 1: The History of ECRI – w Dr. Karen Schoelles, Janice Kaczmarek, and Dr. Lorraine Possanza
Healthcare technology – whether medical devices or IT – has always had a direct connection to patient safety. In this first episode of a three-part series, Dr. Geoff Caplea (Allscripts) joins experts from ECRI Institute to discuss how the organization was founded in 1968, and what’s changed in patient safety issues in the decades since.
Featured on this episode are Dr. Karen Schoelles, Janice Kaczmarek and Dr. Lorraine Possanza.
Physician practices face unique operational and financial challenges, including declining revenue, increasing denials, increasing patient balances and lack of actionable analytics. Consultant Paola Turchi explains how practice leaders can use revenue cycle management to address these gaps, improving employee, physician and patient satisfaction.
As healthcare moves into the next decade, patients, providers and technology partners must combine their strengths to address the challenges ahead. Molly McCarthy (National Director, US Health and Chief Nursing Officer, Microsoft) tells how Microsoft technology is powering healthcare outcomes, and how the right partnerships with both patients and organizations will continue to move healthcare in the right direction.
Recorded at ACE 2019
In episode: Microsoft Healthcare Industry Blog
As delivering care becomes more complicated, it can be difficult for providers to find joy in the work they do. Neil Patel, founder of HIMSS innovation services company Healthbox, discusses how tech vendors and providers can partner to identify key challenges, build solutions to address them and even fall in love with the problems they work to solve.
Recorded at ACE 2019
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Today’s healthcare providers have countless ways to connect clinicians and patients at every point of care. Dr. Jim Nielsen (CMIO, Baptist Pensacola) discusses how his community health system used the Internet of Things to address operational problems and improve delivery of care, as well as what other organizations can do to implement this themselves.