“Technology for Public Health: Addressing Counterfeit Products”

November 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

The Green Electronics Council* presents…“Technology for Public Health: Addressing Counterfeit Products” Click here for more information. * NOTE: This is an industry resource-sponsored webinar. HealthTrust has not approved and/or endorsed the content. This program may contain the mention of products, services, drugs or brands presented in a case study or comparative format. Such examples are intended for […]

“Go With the Flow: Insights Into Complex Infusion Delivery Systems”

The AAMI Foundation’s National Coalition to Promote the Safe Use of Complex Healthcare Technology* presents…“Go with the Flow: Insights into Complex Infusion Delivery Systems” The session will explore the use, design and safety of infusion technology in the clinical environment. There are many factors that influence flow accuracy of this technology. Speakers will outline the […]

“Using Modern Technology to Surveil, Monitor, and Diagnose Infectious Disease”

Fisher Healthcare presents…”Using Modern Technology to Surveil, Monitor, and Diagnose Infectious Disease” There is a growing need for accurate and timely information about the status of infectious disease in a community, county or state. Such information will alert physicians, hospital administrators, medical and laboratory directors, and public health agencies, and can enable preventive measures and/or […]

At the Starting Line with Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement: Groundbreaking Strategies for Hitting Your Benchmarks

PREVIOUSLY RECORDED: HealthTrust is bringing together three of its top medical, sourcing and technical subject matter experts for an insightful hour of the initial impact CJR has on hospitals’ orthopedic service line. They will also discuss two strategies for moving the needle on performance: 1) build a knowledge base of implants in collaboration with physicians to increase savings; and 2) use patients’ natural affinity for technology to keep them meaningfully engaged with providers to help quantify the “quality” of orthopedic care as defined and financially rewarded by CMS.