Check out this video series, which highlights some of the most cutting edge takeaways from HIMSS 2017. Get expert insights on top trends including: value based care, communication technologies, providers and IT collaboration, EHRs, PHM, process improvement, support for not-for-profit organizations and more. Scroll to see the complete video series.
Healthcare organizations often need to take different precautions when dealing with data recovery. Harry Smith, Technology Evangelist, Zerto, discusses what organizations are currently doing and what should be done to reduce recovery times.
A large majority of healthcare organizations continue to use fax as their primary method of patient information exchange. Amy Perry of OpenText discusses trends and innovations to help improve efficiency, reduce costs and protect PHI in data transfer.
Dan Trott, Dell EMC Healthcare Strategist addresses why the longitudinal health record (LHR) is a significant goal for healthcare providers, what other advantages IT transformation can deliver, and key factors to consider in true IT transformation.
How is value-based payment changing the way care teams need to communicate? In this exclusive video from HIMSS, Terry Edwards, CEO of PerfectServe addresses this question and discusses how communication technology can help healthcare organizations deliver VBC.
Russ Cobb of Blackbaud, Inc. discusses the impact data and analytics can have on a healthcare organization's access to consumers, patients and constituents as well as how an organization can begin to lower the cost of healthcare. He also addresses the importance of growing philanthropic support of today's not-for-profit healthcare organizations.
Providers face numerous challenges in their transition to VBC. Nandini Rangaswamy, Executive VP and Chief Strategy Officer, Zeomega discusses some key strategies and approaches, including dedicated population health systems, to help make the transition smooth.
Helen Waters of MEDITECH and Christopher Edmands, D.O. of Marietta Memorial Hospital, Primary Care discuss the impact of the “post-Meaningful Use” vendor landscape and provide a case study on how next generation EHRs can enhance productivity and patient-provider relationships.