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Live from HIMSS22
If you’re not able to be at HIMSS this year, we’ve got you covered! Our team of reporters were all over the convention center and hotels and captured some thoughts from our friends and colleagues. Enjoy this quick compilation of what’s happening Live from HIMSS22!
How Healthcare Data Can be Used to its Fullest Potential
Data! Data! Data! It is all about the data. Healthcare organizations have been working for a long time to gather data to improve care and overall business functions. So now that we have all this data, what do we do with it? Where is the data going? And even more important, what are some practical ways you can improve the impact and use of data in healthcare IT? To help answer these questions and more, host Matt Curtin is joined by Kyle McAllister, Director Strategic Implementation with Pivot Point Consulting and Chris Hoekstra, Senior Advisor with Pivot Point Consulting.
Practical Ways to Provide Virtual Training and Go-Live Support
As health-systems balance physical distancing and continuing with the implementation of strategic projects, many are finding ways to innovate by providing virtual support for areas that have traditionally seen a face-to-face solution. The support for training and go-live are two areas experiencing some exciting innovation and development. Sharing some practical experience on this topic, host Joe Clemons, Director ERP Practice and Advisory is joined by Margaret Moore, Senior Advisor Pivot at Point Consulting and Tom Slowe, Training Manager at Pivot Point Consulting.
AI in Healthcare: 3 Tips to Avoid Common Pitfalls
Healthcare organizations are incorporating Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AIML) into their daily practice. This episode provides a good foundation for how to get started and offers keen insight into how to grow this technology in your organization in a practical way. Host Matt Curtin, Pivot Point Consulting’s Senior Director Strategic Growth is joined by Kyle McAllister, Director Strategic Implementation with Pivot Point Consulting and Chris Hoekstra, Senior Advisor with Pivot Point Consulting, two resident experts on the topic of AIML.
Legislative Policy Update! Ready or Not, Let’s Take a Deep Dive into Information Blocking
On May 1, 2020, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) published its 21st Century Cures Act final rule in the Federal Register, starting the compliance clock on numerous provisions for developers and organizations that offer certified health IT, healthcare providers, and certain health information networks and health information exchange entities. The information blocking provision and compliance requirements in this rule are of specific interest and concern for the healthcare provider community. The compliance date for this provision is just around the corner - set for November 2, 2020. To help us navigate the very latest, Host Joe Clemons, Pivot Point Consulting’s Director ERP Practice and Advisory is joined by Denise Webb, Executive Advisor with Pivot Point Consulting and former Healthcare CIO in both the public and private sectors and a member of the federal Health IT Advisory Committee, and Keith Olenik, Vice President Practice Management at Pivot Point Consulting.
Legislative Policy Update! Understanding and Preparing for the CMS Final Rule on ADT
The CMS Final Rule on ADT was published in the Federal Register on May 1st of this year. In this episode, Pivot Point Consulting’s Joe Clemons, Director ERP practice and Advisory connects with Pivot Point Consulting’s Laura Kreofsky, Vice President Advisory to talk through key due dates, what the requirements mean for hospitals, and a practical list of considerations to get started and be ready for the changes that are right around the corner.
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I thought each podcast was very informative, even for someone not familiar with the EHR world. As a consumer, it was helpful to have an explanation of some of the medical billing practices and challenges related to processing medical records and how this impacts patient care. Worth the listen!