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HITEQ Highlights: Tools and Tips to Prepare for Patient Centered Medical Home 2017

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

Alyssa Carlisle 0 659

This webinar will provide a broad overview of NCQA's Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition for 2017, including overall structure, timing, and evidence options that are new to 2017. The new standards focus on continuous practice transformation, flexibility including a new virtual review process, comprehensive integrated care, and increased alignment with existing initiatives. We will review what this means for health centers, what is required, and identify tools or processes that health centers may currently be using that can support PCMH recognition.

How to Protect EHRs at Scale and With Crypto-Agility

HIMSS Learning Center Webinar

Alyssa Carlisle 0 272

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

Patients willingly share Personal Health Information (PHI) living in Electronic Health Records (EHRs) with trusted healthcare providers, yet how reliable are the controls in place to ensure continual privacy? When data is physically and digitally shared across so many networks, what protection scenarios must be considered? The answer, any and all. Cyber criminals are becoming more inventive every day, demanding action from healthcare networks to move at pace with their adversaries.

While budget and staffing continue to be named as the biggest issues in the healthcare IT, what steps can be taken to ensure security and overall trust to deliver the best patient care? The solution is to either increase budget/personnel or people or invest in agile automation.

During this webinar, you'll learn:

  • Widening threat landscape for EHR breach
  • How to securing EHRs containing PHI at scale
  • The benefits of investing in crypto-agile automation tools aimed at enhancing patient experience

SPEAKERS:

MARK THOMPSON - Vice Presidnet of Product Management CSS

As the Vice President of Product Management at Certified Security Solutions, Mark is responsible for strategic management of the company's product portfolio and market adoption. Prior to CSS, Mark was Sr. Director of New Product Introduction for Aclara Technologies, and the product manager for Aclara's Metrum line of LTE products. He was at Aclara since 1998 where he developed the STAR network product line and developed and ran product marketing for several wireless communication solutions for gas, water, and electric utilities. Mark founded the Wi-Fi Alliance Smart Grid Task Group, which is responsible for the certification program for Smart Energy Profile 2.0 running on Wi-Fi devices. Mark is the former chair the group and member of the ZigBee Smart Energy and Consortium for SEP Interoperability. Mark also founded the IEEE 802.11ah standards group devoted to the development of Sub-GHz Wi-Fi for Smart Grid and sensor networks, and was its first chair. Mark was a voting member of the NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Panel and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the UTC’s Smart Networks Council.

TED SHORTER - Chief Technology Officer CSS

Responsible for CSS' Intellectual Property development efforts, Ted helps align CSS’ security focus with the changing Enterprise and Internet of Things (IoT) landscape. A renowned Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) expert, Ted has provided oversight to hundreds of private-sector Enterprise PKI deployments. Ted has worked in the security arena for over 25 years, in the fields of cryptography, application security, authentication and authorization services, and software vulnerability analysis. His past experience includes 10 years at the National Security Agency, a Master's Degree in Computer Science from The Johns Hopkins University, and an active CISSP certification.

 

FY 2018 Quality Awards TA Webinar

HRSA Webinar

Maria Walawender 0 302

HRSA recently received $125 million in supplemental funding for the Health Center Program to recognize health centers across the U.S. and the territories for their advances in quality improvement. The goal of the QIAs is to improve clinical quality, improve patient outcomes, and increase access to comprehensive primary care services while recognizing health centers’ efforts that support on-going quality improvement. Please join the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) for a webinar that will explore the role and impact of the Health Center Program QIAs, eligibility, and award criteria summary of the FY 2018 awards.

A National Web Conference on the Role of Health IT to Improve Medication Management

AHRQ Webinar

Alyssa Carlisle 0 224

Web Conference Description:     
Registration is open for an AHRQ webinar on the potential of health IT to improve medication monitoring, adherence, and medication therapy management for patients with complex conditions. Presenters will discuss a text messaging system for patients with chronic conditions, the effects of a smart pillbox intervention on patient medication adherence after hospital discharge, and recommendations for clinical decision support used by community pharmacists delivering medication therapy management.  Eligible providers can earn up to 1.5 CE/CME credit hours for participating in the live webinar.

Confirmed Speakers:

Karen Farris, PhdProfessor of Pharmacy Administration and Chair, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, and Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan School of Public Health

Jeffrey Schnipper, MDAssociate Physician, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Margie Snyder, PhDAssociate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Network Director, Rx-SafeNet
Co-Director, Community Pharmacy Programs, Purdue University

Moderator:

Commander Derrick Wyatt, USPHS Commissioned CorpsDivision of Health IT Research Grants Manager in the Center for Evidence and Practice Improvement at AHRQ

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this web conference, participants should be able to:

1.      Explain the benefits and challenges for using reinforcement learning-guided text messaging to impact medication adherence. 

2.      Discuss the evaluatio

Mental Health Mobile Apps and Videoconferencing-based Telemental Health

SAMHSA Webinar

Maria Walawender 0 359

This webinar will cover the future of mental health mobile apps and best practices for videoconferencing-based telemental health.  It will highlight APA's App Evaluation Model, privacy and security concerns when using apps, usability issues that patients may encounter, and current evidence about the use of mobile apps. The webinar will also include summary of the current policy, administrative, technical, and legal challenges of telepsychiatry. 

Best Practices for Sustaining Behavioral Health Integration Models in Health Centers Using Health Information Technology

Center for Integrated Health Solutions Webinar

Maria Walawender 0 404

HRSA’s Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) is pleased to offer a webinar hosted by the SAMHSA- HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions that will address strategies to leverage health information technology and technologies that support population health management and data aggregation to facilitate and sustain behavioral health interventions. Presenters will share best practices for health centers in streamlining and sustaining behavioral health workflows and maximizing their electronic health record to ensure comprehensive and accurate billing and coding.

Telebehavioral Health – What Every Provider Needs to Know

SAMHSA Webinar

Maria Walawender 0 396

As telebehavioral health becomes more widespread, providers will need to become aware of several issues that govern the successful provision of online services. Webinar participants will learn about the important legal issues that relate to telehealth (e.g., licensure, informed consent, privacy/confidentiality); ethical issues (e.g., competencies, documentation, marketing); clinical issues (e.g., assessment/screening, boundaries/telepresence, handling emergencies); technical issues (e.g., technology/platform choices, cybersecurity, handling repairs); and other related information.

Telebehavioral Health and the Consumer

SAMHSA Webinar

Maria Walawender 0 333

Consumers of behavioral health services, especially those in sparsely-populated regions or those who have difficulty getting to a provider, should become aware of how this technology can improve access to care.  Webinar participants will learn what kinds of issues can be safely addressed by an online therapist, how they can find a qualified online therapist, how to ensure the information they share remains confidential, and what they can expect to pay for a good online therapist.

Innovations in Patient Engagement to Improve Patient Safety in Primary Care: Warm-Handoff

Clinical Directors Network, Inc. (CDN) Webinar

Maria Walawender 0 241

Learning Objectives 

  1. Review patient safety issues in primary care settings and interventions to engage patients and families to improve safety
  2. Describe the role and value of the Warm Handoff Plus strategy in improving patient safety
  3. Identify strategies for implementing the Warm Handoff strategy in primary care settings

 

Working Together to Eradicate Pediatric Obesity

HRSA Webinar

Maria Walawender 0 403

As part of its Telehealth Learning Webinar Series, HRSA is hosting a webinar featuring experts from the University of Kansas Medical Center who have developed treatment recommendations for pediatric obesity. Join to hear about the prevalence of pediatric obesity and the use of telehealth for the treatment of pediatric obesity.

The webinar series aims to highlight successful projects/best practices as well as resources to promote and further the use of telehealth technologies for health care delivery, education, and health information services.

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