Webinars

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Technological innovations and data-driven insights are making healthcare more collaborative and outcomes driven.
Sponsor:
Philips
ON-DEMAND
Join this webcast on January 26, 2017 with Apparsamy Balaji, Director of BI and Data Warehousing at Baycare Health System as he shares the vision and strategy to leverage analytics to improve patient care and experience and create an active longitudinal patient view across the continuum of care including acute care, community care, post-acute ca
Sponsor:
Oracle
ON-DEMAND
Successful population health and value-based care initiatives require complete and accurate information.
Sponsor:
InterSystems
ON-DEMAND
Freeman Health began to improve timely access to patient care by automating critical workflows through a cloud-based, operational platform. Hear a CIO’s perspective on how this initial effort grew into a long-term strategy to improve patient flow across an enterprise.
Sponsor:
Microsoft
ON-DEMAND
Engage with your peers and take the next step to further your career while connecting with and empowering women in health IT while in Orlando for HIMSS17. Check out the education and networking taking place.
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ON-DEMAND
Like many health systems, Maury Regional Medical Center, had data across five EHR systems, making it difficult to get a single view of the patient.
Sponsor:
VisionWare
ON-DEMAND
Join this webinar and hear from Humber River Hospital and Avaya on the importance of patient-centered communication in the digital hospital to deliver the high quality care, outcomes and experiences patients expect and deserve.
Sponsor:
Avaya
ON-DEMAND
The reality in healthcare IT today is that we are fighting a day-to-day battle to keep up with demands for new apps, analytics, performance and mobility.
Sponsor:
ON-DEMAND
Today, information security is a top C-Suite priority for healthcare as the industry is increasingly being targeted by threats seeking to monetize the theft of protected health information. Patient care, safety and privacy are at risk.
Sponsor:
Caradigm
ON-DEMAND
According to security experts, the majority of mobile apps used in healthcare today are open to HIPAA violations, hacking, and data theft.
Sponsor:
VASCO

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