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Regulatory Updates


EPCS Mandates: What Prescribers Need to Know To Be Prepared to Meet Upcoming Requirements
November 12, 2020 | 45 minutes | Physicians and Prescribers

 The majority of states in the US have current or upcoming mandates that require doctors to transition to electronic prescriptions. In this webinar, DrFirst Regulatory Program Senior Director, Liz Dears, discusses how state and federal mandates will affect prescribers in early 2021 and how doctors can prepare for these changes with the proper technology.


Policy Levers Driving Medication Reconciliation Improvement
September 30, 2020 | 45 minutes | Clinical Leaders, IT, Nursing, and Pharmacy

Interested in hearing why CIOs need to prioritize improving Med Rec? Mari Savickis, Vice President of Public Policy at CHIME provides a look into current policy levers the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) is pulling to improve medication reconciliation and care coordination.


Patient API Access: Your Obligations and Opportunities
June 24, 2021 | 44 minutes | Clinical Leaders, IT, and Physicians

Industry research shows that access to the right information, at the right time, delivered in the patient’s preferred format leads to an increase in their ability to participate in healthcare decision-making. When data is stored across multiple EHRs and providers, it becomes difficult for patients to access all of their information. Digital-savvy patients are embracing Personal Health Record (PHR) apps to tackle this challenge. Learn how Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) APIs help care organizations meet patient needs, adhere to data sharing regulatory rules and requirements, and enable the dynamic delivery of patient data with minimal internal resources.

Medication Management


MUSE International: Enhancing Workflows &Patient Safety with AI-Driven Integrated Medication History
May 17, 2021 | 43 minutes | Clinical Leaders, IT, Nursing, and Pharmacy

Obtaining a Best Possible Medication History (BPMH) upon admission is time-consuming, even when hospitals have access to a regional pharmacy database. When a Canadian province launched its complete, online database, it was time to reimagine an EMR integrated, AI-driven BPMH that strengthens eMedRec at Interior Health Authority in British Columbia. Diane Jones, PMP, IT Systems Analyst and Project Manager shares her experience with the decision-making process and implementation of an eMedRec program.


Improving Patient Safety and Clinical Workflows with Artificial Intelligence
August 6, 2020 | 45 minutes | Clinical Leaders, IT, Nursing, and Pharmacy

Are you or your staff frustrated by manually entering your patient’s medication history? A panel of industry experts discusses the root causes of unstructured data, and how artificial intelligence can be leveraged to improve patient safety and streamline the medication reconciliation process within Epic, Cerner, Allscripts, and MEDITECH EHRs.


MARQUIS: Supporting Technology to Drive Organizational Change
September 30, 2020 | 17 minutes | Clinical Leaders, IT, Nursing, and Pharmacy

Jeffrey Schnipper, MD, Director of clinical research for the hospitalist service at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston as well as the lead investigator for the MARQUIS Med Rec Collaborative, provides an introduction to the MARQUIS Med Rec Collaborative and shares best practices for obtaining best possible medication history, identified through two separate studies.

Care Coordination and Collaboration


Backline Customer Success Webinar: Ringgold County Hospital
November 18, 2020 | 41 minutes | Clinical Leaders, Care Coordinators, Physicians, IT, and Nursing 

Ringgold County Hospital shares how leveraging care collaboration technology improved care coordination between hospital staff and providers in long-term care facilities, public health agencies, and more.