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HITEQ Webinars

Making Meaning of UDS Data with HITEQ UDS Clinical Quality Dashboards

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

Jodie Albert 0 162

Are you interested in knowing how your health center is doing relative to your peers in terms of clinical measure results? Health centers have the power to analyze their UDS data through the HITEQ UDS Clinical Quality Dashboards, which were recently updated with the latest UDS data to include 10 years worth of clinical information. Join us to learn about the multiple ways that the dashboards can present your organizations’ clinical data across years, and compare it to customized comparison groups of other health centers, to explore potential drivers of results. The HITEQ UDS Clinical Quality Dashboards have evolved and improved each year to provide new analysis options. The Dashboards present the UDS data in a flexible and readily understandable graphical format, and delivers an organization-specific version of the content to each health center, HCCN, and PCA via a web interface built on Tableau. Each organization's access allows them to see the data relevant to their center while protecting the data of other organizations.

Please join us to see how the dashboards can provide you data to answer many questions for example: 

  • As a homeless health center, how does our clinical quality compare to homeless health centers nationally?
  • As a small health center, which we choose to define as those with <10,000 medical patients, does it appear that our size is a driver of our clinical results compared to other health centers?
  • How have the trends in my clinical outcomes over the past 5 years compared to similar health centers in states that I consider relevant to mine?

CoE-PHI Nationwide Privacy and Compliance Officers Training-of-Trainers (TOT)

Train-of-Trainer Webinar

Amelia Fox 0 444

Join our CoE-PHI Legal and Training Experts for a FREE national “Train-the-Trainer” webinar for Privacy and Compliance Officers who work within organizations that provide substance use disorder (SUD) services to provide them with tools and resources they can use to provide required training to staff in federal health privacy laws, including HIPPA and 42 CFR Part 2 (Part 2). The webinar will include:

  • an overview of the training resources and how to use them
  • helpful tips for presenting information and links to key resources
  • access to these FREE training materials

The training packages address the following four areas:

  • Introduction to Federal Privacy Laws for Substance Use Disorder Treatment
  • When Does Part 2 Apply?
  • Sharing Part 2 Protected Information
  • Recent and expected changes to Federal Privacy Laws

HITEQ Highlights: Is Zero Burnout Possible in Primary Care? Insights from Recently Published Findings Among 715 Practices

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

Jodie Albert 0 1403

Drawing on recently published research from Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s EvidenceNOW initiative, Dr. Samuel Edwards shared insights for primary care practices seeking to assess and address provider burnout. Dr. Edwards highlighted associations between the use of quality improvement strategies, EHR capabilities, and satisfaction among practices with zero-burnout versus high-burnout. Key, and sometimes surprising, takeaways regarding leadership, workplace environment and culture, EHR use, and more from this research were discussed.

Understanding and Applying SDOH Screening Data to Address Barriers to Health

HRSA Webinar

Amelia Fox 0 1171

The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), Health Outreach Partners, MHP Salud, and National Health Care for the Homeless Council invite health centers to learn strategies to screen special and vulnerable populations for SDOH and build effective practices to begin addressing SDOH through outreach and enabling services.

Topics will include:

  • Identifying enabling service workforce providers for SDOH screening and documentation.
  • Showing the value of enabling service staff and how they can impact clinical decision-making.
  • Demonstrating the impact of analyzing SDOH screening data on increasing capacity to address SDOH.

Supporting Patients in Substance Use Disorder Treatment And Recovery through Social Services and Telehealth Peer Coaching in Rural South Dakota

HRSA Webinar

Amelia Fox 0 1298

Telehealth is especially important in rural areas for engaging and sustaining patients in substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and recovery support services. In particular, accessing services that address social determinants of health and engaging in peer coaching via telehealth can be invaluable to patients’ success in SUD treatment and recovery.  

Learning Objectives:

  •  Describe the START-SD (Stigma, Treatment, Avoidance, and Recovery in Time) Program and challenges to accessing substance use disorder (SUD) services in rural South Dakota
  • Discuss the need for support services related to the social determinants of health to engage and sustain patients in SUD treatment and recovery services 
  • Gain awareness of the Face It TOGETHER peer coaching model for individuals experiencing SUD and their families/caregivers
  • Understand the impact of peer coaching in rural areas and overcoming barriers through telehealth opportunities

Level Up: Leveraging Your EHR to End the HIV Epidemic

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 3647

What if we told you your electronic health record (EHR) was one of the keys to ending the HIV epidemic (EHE)? Your EHR is a powerful tool that can support increases in HIV testing, access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for people at risk for HIV, and so much more! View our HITEQ Highlights webinar on June 8th to learn more about leveraging your EHR through the use of digital tools and innovative strategies!

Strategic Cybersecurity Investments: Leveraging American Rescue Plan Funding to Enhance Infrastructure and Services

HITEQ Highlights webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 3016

Healthcare continues to be the sector most targeted globally by ransomware and related malware attacks and leads in the average total cost of data breach across industries. The FY 2021 American Rescue Plan Funding provides an excellent opportunity for Health Centers to make strategic investments in cybersecurity infrastructure and services. This HITEQ Highlight, presented by Adam Kehler of Online Business Systems provides an overview of assets that can increase Health Center cybersecurity. Topics covered include cybersecurity infrastructure and services that can increase defense-in-depth for health IT, including EHRs, telehealth tools and services, mobile medical devices, patient portals, and related health information software applications.

Note: You can view our American Rescue Plan: Budget Your Cybersecurity Investments guidance document in the Documents to Download section below. An accessible version of the handout is is also available in the Documents to Download section. 

HITEQ Highlights: Introducing the Health App Analyzer

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 3789

While there are thousands of consumer health applications (health apps), which run on smartphones, watches, tablets, and other mobile devices, there is currently no central government agency that provides certification or guidance on consumer-based health apps. View this HITEQ Highlights webinar to learn more about a new tool, the Health App Analyzer, designed to assist health care providers, patients, and consumers in determining whether a given consumer health app provides appropriate health information, guidance, and related services. The Health App Analyzer is a step-by-step decision tree that determines whether a particular health app is the best fit for a specific patient or a health center's patient population.

Obesity, Insulin Resistance, and Prediabetes: How to Initiate Counseling for Adolescents and Young Adults (Part 2)

RHNTC Webinar Part 2

Molly Rafferty 0 3313

This second webinar in a two-part series focused on how family planning and teen pregnancy prevention staff and providers can most effectively support adolescents and young adults with obesity, insulin resistance, and prediabetes. Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, is a certified diabetes care and education specialist and a nutrition expert. Ms. Weisenberger covered actionable tips and culturally competent strategies for initiating counseling related to obesity and diabetes prevention during discussions of pregnancy prevention or planning. She reviewed recommendations for addressing obesity and diabetes prevention, with emphasis on evidence-informed, high-impact, low-effort changes that the client deems important and feasible. She shared suggestions for resources, including those that address underlying social and environmental factors.

Measuring Telehealth Success: You Can't Achieve it if You Can't Measure It

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 5258

More than a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, it is now obvious that telehealth — in the form of a hybrid care delivery model that blends virtual and in-person care — is not a fad, but a healthcare delivery option that is here to stay. Healthcare leaders are seeking to optimize their organization's telehealth services for high performance and long-term sustainability. The problem is that most leaders neither know how well (or how bad) their telehealth services are performing, nor what true success can or should look like.   Telehealth, when designed and implemented correctly, will engage patients to achieve positive outcomes, delight physicians, and contribute to organizational strategic objectives, including sustainable financial success.  In this presentation, Christian Milaster of Ingenium Digital Health Advisors leads viewers through a series of pragmatic concepts on how to set an organization’s telehealth success targets, what and how to measure telehealth performance, the Physician Bill of Telehealth Rights, and how to leverage telehealth to achieve strategic success. This presentation is the second session of a two-part series. The first session focused on a telehealth maturity model and is available here.

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