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42 CFR Part 2 Final Rule and Health Center Compliance

A HITEQ Webinar in collaboration with the California Primary Care Association (CPCA)

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The conference will explore the history and recent changes of 42 CFR Part 2, review common definitions, and how the changes may affect integrated medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) programs, and discussion on LifeLong Medical Care’s experience.

My entity just experienced a cyber-attack! What do we do now?

A Quick-Response Checklist from the HHS, Office for Civil Rights (OCR)

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The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has developed a Cyber Security Checklist and a corresponding Cyber Security Infographic that explains the steps for a HIPAA covered entity or its business associate (the entity) to take in response to a cyber-related security incident. 

Overcoming Cloud Challenges and Avoiding Failure While Transforming Healthcare Operations

A HIMSS Learning Center Webinar

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74% of Healthcare organizations report leveraging the Cloud to achieve financial savings and operational efficiencies. However, recent findings show over 60% of these organizations are experiencing Cloud adoption challenges and Security anxiety. It is essential for Healthcare organizations to overcome these challenges as there is a much larger digital transformational trend ahead, where Cloud will become a crucial component of patient care innovation.

Join Healthcare IT veterans from Microsoft & Synoptek, as they discuss the future of Cloud for Healthcare and best practices to help you overcome Cloud challenges and achieve higher levels of operational efficiency, security, and HIPAA compliance in the Cloud.

Best Practices for a Successful EHR Go Live

A HIMSS Learning Center Webinar

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oing live on a new Electronic Health Record (EHR), is one of the most critical aspects of the overall implementation.  It HAS to be successful.   The costs and morale issues associated with a go-live gone bad are significant.  The vendor you select for the planning and execution of the go-live is another critical factor.  If you select a vendor with a methodology in place, and an experienced team by your side, your organization can mitigate the stress and disruptions that can occur during go-live.

The Leidos Health Go-Live team has successfully delivered over 480 unique go-live projects consisting of over 9,200 elbow support.   Many of the resources have worked with Leidos Health on more than 20 projects.  As a result of this experience, Leidos Health has learned and developed best practices for implementing an EHR Go-Live event. During this webinar you will hear from an experienced organization with real-world examples and best practices to help you successfully complete a go-live engagement.

Join Mark Dermott, Leidos Health Vice President of Go-Live Services, as he shares 8 key factors to ensure go-live success. You will learn how to:

  • Ensure a smooth transition for a Go-Live support team
  • Avoid common go-live challenges
  • Drive and streamline EHR adoption by clinicians, patients and staff

HIMSS Analytics Essential Knowledge Series: 2017 Trends in Telemedicine Technology

A HIMSS Learning Center Webinar

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Telemedicine continues to be a healthcare IT area of great interest for clinicians and patients/consumers as organizations look to expand access to care and the services they provide while increasing convenience.  Building upon critical insights uncovered from past studies, the HIMSS Analytics 2017 Essentials Brief: Inpatient Telemedicine Study highlights four years of market data focused on the adoption of telemedicine technology across the U.S. hospital market. 

Additionally, HIMSS Analytics has for the first time produced insights on the adoption of Telemedicine technology in the outpatient market with the 2017 Essentials Brief: Outpatient Telemedicine Study. This study will provide market data focused on current telemedicine solution adoption rates and plans to purchase as well as insight into some of the barriers to adoption currently facing physician practices today. 

HIMSS Analytics speakers Brendan FitzGerald, Director of Research, and Matt Schuchardt, Director of Business Development and Innovation, will provide a high level review of insight in these areas.  Additionally, they will provide additional detail and analysis based upon data from LOGIC, the HIMSS Analytics market intelligence tool, on how the telemedicine is helping inpatient and outpatient healthcare organizations use technology to transform how they provide care. 

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