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January 2020

Webinar: Enabling a Digital Healthcare Enterprise

January 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CST

"Healthcare organizations continue to undergo major digital transformation throughout the continuum of care. Technology, business processes, new government mandates, industry consolidation, and strong consumerism-driven healthcare are just a few of the key underlying forces that continue to fuel the much needed changes in the healthcare space. In fact, technology is one of the primary drivers behind the innovation engine in the healthcare space. Healthcare IT budgets are expected to grow by 20 percent or more over the next couple of years, and two-thirds of healthcare executives said that they are leading their peer group in digital transformation. Several initiatives to change or modify their technology so operations are more efficient, more secure, and more cost-effective are well underway.

Be sure to join us for this webinar to learn first-hand how organizations such as Seattle Children’s Hospital and Hastings Prince Edward Health transformed IT. In this session, you’ll learn how to:

* Leverage IT spending priorities such as IT infrastructure modernization, big data analytics, and AI/ML to enrich patient and care provider experience
* Meet the needs of the diverse and growing set of mission-critical applications (both clinical and IT)
* Simplify IT operations and management
* Improve application performance, availability, and security"

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City of Hope, Data Culture Mindset – Saving Lives and Solving Real-World Health Issues

January 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

"As healthcare continues to evolve, understanding data has become increasingly critical to being able to make timely, informed decisions. At City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, we replaced traditional data silos and manual processes with a data culture mindset and modern approach to managing our data and facilitating research.

Our visualization-first approach has enabled us to better manage, understand, and utilize our data for research and discovery to improve health. Specifically, our team of population cancer scientists have been collecting and analyzing real-world data to discover what differs between the healthy and the ill. The work we do with data visualization can easily translate to activities that occur in disease and patient registries, in exploration of social determinants of health, and in population health."

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February 2020

Webinar: AI and Machine: Advancing Clinical Intelligence Initiatives

February 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CST

"What clinical innovations could you develop with data and the help of artificial intelligence (AI)? It’s time to put your data to work to help improve care and outcomes using data science and predictive analytics. Join this webinar to hear how Advocate Aurora Health is continually innovating to reduce readmissions and ultimately, improve the health of its population using HealtheDataLabTM, the Cerner data science ecosystem built on Amazon Web Services (AWS)."

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Webinar: Protecting Healthcare Institutions from Cyber Attacks

February 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

"From prevention to care, hospitals play a crucial role in the healthcare ecosystem. Hospitals also play a significant role in training future healthcare professionals and perform much of the important research that drives the best possible medical outcomes for kids. Unfortunately, the important role that hospitals play has not gone un-noticed by cybercriminals who increasingly target these entities. Stolen medical records continue to be highly valuable on the dark web, but patients can be especially vulnerable. It may take years for a child or a child’s parents to realize that their personal information has been compromised, especially if their health care provider is unaware that a breach has occurred.

In this presentation, the speakers will discuss new threat intelligence research that can help hospitals identify the job categories most vulnerable to cyberattack. Using this research, he/she will demonstrate how these vulnerabilities can put patient safety at risk and describe practical, pro-active steps that institutions can take to protect against cyberattacks. The speakers will also offer techniques for helping hospital executives to realize the need for a more robust cybersecurity posture."

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Webinar: Operationalizing Business Associate Risk Management for Compliance with HIPAA Regulation

February 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CST

"The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires covered entities (i.e., health care providers, health plans, and health care clearinghouses) to safeguard the privacy and security of individuals’ PHI. As healthcare providers and other covered entities continue to outsource tasks to business associates, third-party risk management has become a growing HIPAA compliance challenge. Attend this webinar to understand healthcare best practices for operationalizing your third-party risk program, including assessments and due diligence, ePHI data protection, contract management and more."

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