Free Webinar: Texting Illegally? How Secure Messaging Increases Physician Satisfaction and Keeps You HIPAA Compliant
Dr. James French, Executive Director, Triad Hospitalists at Moses Cone Health System
Date: June 15, 2011
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST
Free Webinar for iHT2 Constituents
It’s the most illegal activity taking place in hospitals today. But enough about texting. Dr. James French, Executive Director, Triad Hospitalists at Moses Cone Health System in Greensboro, N.C, examines the three simple things his hospital did to improve communication, increase physician satisfaction, and maintain HIPAA compliance using the existing Smartphones nurses and doctors carry in the pockets every day. Every medical practitioner, healthcare executive or hospital administrator should sign up for this lively and informative presentation by one of Healthcare's true visionaries.
* This webinar will include the simple and effective ways he and his medical staff meshed secure mobile messaging, online scheduling and real-time status messages to be more efficient with their day
* Building on the easy and successful implementation, which was done over a lunch break, Dr. French will highlight some of the unique ways doctors text other doctors and how nurses and other hospital staff streamlined communication and remained HIPAA compliant
* Finally, the webinar will update all medical and administrative personnel on the latest HIPAA non-compliance fines and penalties regarding transmitting PHI data over unsecured text
About Dr. James French:
Dr. James French, MD, is an experienced Hospitalist, practicing inpatient medicine since 2002. Currently the Medical Director of a forty-two physicians Hospitalist Group at Moses Cone Memorial, which spans three regional hospitals in Greensboro, North Carolina. Previously, he was the Hospitalist and Director of Treatment at Presbyterian Hospital in Huntersville, North Carolina. Dr. French received his medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University.
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