HITEQ Webinars

HITEQ Highlights: Introducing the Health App Analyzer

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 4370

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 3836

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 5883

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.

Obesity, Insulin Resistance, and Prediabetes: Supporting Adolescents and Young Adults Part 1

Part 1 of RHNTC Webinar series

Molly Rafferty 0 3335

This session focuses on how family planning and teen pregnancy prevention service providers can support adolescents and young adults living with obesity, insulin resistance, and prediabetes. Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, is a certified diabetes care and education specialist and nutrition expert. Ms. Weisenberger covers the potential impact of obesity, insulin resistance, and prediabetes on adolescents and young adults, including risks to fertility, pregnancies, and offspring, and their impact on health and racial equity. She reviews evidence-based recommendations for supporting clients to prevent and mitigate the negative health effects of insulin resistance, prediabetes, and obesity.

This is the first webinar in a two-part series. The second webinar will focus on how to incorporate culturally competent strategies for addressing obesity, insulin resistance, and prediabetes into family planning services.


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