Executive Summary: Moving Beyond the Data Protection Status Quo

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HP

25 million data breaches reported in just the first half of 2019

Healthcare continues to be a prime target for cybercriminals - patient data is incredibly valuable and therefore healthcare organizations are incredibly vulnerable for targeting. Healthcare organizations need to go beyond just focusing on operating systems and start to include endpoints such as computers, printers, smartphones, and IoT devices in their security plans.

Learn more about how to better protect yourself from security breaches in HP's executive summary Moving beyond the Data Protection Status Quo.

Executive Summary: Improve Clinical Workflow, Reduce Costs with Purpose-Built Devices for Healthcare

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HP

Improving telehealth success with Healthcare specific devices

One of the primary challenges faced by clinicians with telehealth appointments is effectively and efficiently bringing both parties together without any breakdown in communication. Therefore, it's imperative that the hardware being utilized can support excellent audio with noise cancelling features, hi-res video and integrated hi-def cameras - without these items’ physicians are left with a good idea of the issue at hand but no way to implement.

Read HP's executive summary, Improve Clinical Workflow, Reduce Costs with Purpose Built Devices for Healthcare to learn about integrated solutions built specifically for clinicians.

Executive Summary: Discovering the Clinical and Financial Value of Sanitized Devices

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HP

Are your sanitization protocols in proper place?

On any given day, about 1 in 31 hospitalized patients have at least one Health-Associated Infection (HAI). Altogether, about 687,000 patients acquired infections while being treated in acute care hospitals in the U.S. in 2015—and about 72,000 of these patients died.

These statistics are obviously not acceptable from a clinical standpoint but with the rise of value-based care models and patient accessibility to each hospital’s mortality and infection rates, healthcare organizations can suffer financially if they are not delivering high quality care.

Read HP's executive summary on Discovering the Clinical and Financial Value of Sanitized Devices to learn the health and economic gains from obtaining equipment that can be cleaned and disinfected properly.

Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Three Key Technology Considerations for Implementing Population Health Initiative

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HP

To better improve the health and well-being of communities, healthcare organizations are investing in a variety of population health initiatives — people-focused paradigms to better manage and improve the health of a group of patients. To date, many organizations have focused on gathering the right data to help better define the right interventions for the right groups.

Hear from the head of HP Inc.’s Population Health Portfolio, Frances Ayalasomayajula, as she speaks to some of the key challenges in population health and how you can make the right technologies work harder for you to address the ongoing challenge of population health management.

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10 Steps to Optimize Your Hospital’s Rehab Program

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Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services

With greater emphasis being placed on care transitions and readmission rates, inpatient rehabilitation programs have the incredible potential to become high-performing centers of excellence that optimize the performance of the entire hospital. Rehabilitation is so critical because it is key to patient recovery for medically complex patient populations that continue to grow as the population ages, and essential in reducing readmissions and associated financial penalties.

 

Considering a Command Center for Your Hospital or Health System?

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Care Logistics

Operational Command Centers are some of the newest and most promising solutions for hospital operations, and provide substantial improvements in efficiency. Many health systems face patient flow, revenue, and patient experience challenges with no real way to identify where the progression of care is breaking down nor a way to address those issues at an organizational level.

Meanwhile, those that have fully implemented a command center report improved efficiency, increased revenue, and enhanced patient safety and satisfaction. In fact, 78% of those included in a recent KLAS study report a positive financial outcome from their command center implementation. But what exactly does an Operational Command Center do? Which models provide the best results?

With this guide from Care Logistics, you’ll learn:

  • Basics of operational command centers
  • The shortcomings of the typical command center model
  • How to overcome those shortcomings
  • Which models provide the best results

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