Health plans push for their members to visit their primary care provider for a checkup. It improves health outcomes and reduces the medical spend from costs related to illness and disease. Like their members, health plans also need checkups that will identify the challenges to which they are increasingly exposed, such as issues around information security, revenue maximization, and staffing needs. In this webinar, we will discuss how to specifically deal with key issues related to each of these areas.
One of the most influential figures in the workplace is the front-line supervisor, who plays a pivotal role in determining what gets done, how it gets done and what gets ignored. Measuring supervisor safety performance, therefore, is critical to ensure the processes designed to build and sustain safety excellence are being completed in a quality way.
Drawing on practical research findings, Caterpillar Safety Services Senior Consultant for Australia, Jenny Krasny, will explain the process of identifying measures that motivate supervisors to lead zero-incident performance on the front line.
•Explore the measures that matter in a culture of safety excellence
•Understand the supervisor’s role in creating and sustaining safety excellence
•Identify the sources of feedback that drive excellent supervisor performance
Drivers are often uncomfortable with the idea of GPS vehicle tracking. When they learn that GPS tracking is about improving their productivity, safety and job security—not monitoring their every move—they’re far more likely to support the solution.
During this webinar you will discover how to overcome concerns by communicating how GPS vehicle tracking can:
- Protect drivers in unsafe or remote areas
- Defend drivers during customer disputes
- Enable help to respond quicker to roadside emergencies
- Reduce accidents by improving unsafe driver behaviors
- Exonerate drivers from false claims
Create and execute a digital strategy aligned to your business with Dell Digital Business Services. Our comprehensive 5-R Methodology helps you identify and understand the full range of digital opportunities in your enterprise, then implement a sustainable digital plan. Learn more at http://bit.ly/5-Rs.
WebRTC is a new technology that brings video-calling capabilities natively to the web browser, reducing friction for users who need access to such technology. Video conferencing in business is in transition from on-premise, device-based solutions to a hybrid, virtualized service. WebRTC is taking video conferencing by storm and transforming how video conferencing solutions are used across the globe.
In this webinar, you will learn what WebRTC is and what its capabilities are. We will cover five important aspects of deploying WebRTC as part of your video conferencing solution:
2. True access for everyone
3. Addressing changes in computing trends
4. IT bypass
5. Hybrid transition
Every profession has tools fundamental to its trade, each of which needs to be reviewed and sharpened regularly to ensure they remain effective. The risk register, matrix and bow-tie are three such tools within risk management. This one-hour webinar will provide tips on how to optimise each of these critical risk tools and tailor them to your organisation.
Patient Engagement is every Provider’s new “highest priority,” but to date, much of the focus has been on driving patients to portals as a means to engage. Innovative providers are moving the focus to other arenas including social channels in order to engage people where they are spending their time.
Join this webinar, where Janice Jacobs and Stephanie Bartels, will discuss the key components of a successful comprehensive patient engagement program that includes social strategies. Learn about a host of Patient Engagement solutions and a focused discussion around how to get started in social media, how to use social media to increase patient satisfaction and acquisition, and potentially even affect clinical outcomes. Janice and Stephanie will also discuss how to interact, educate and lead the healthcare conversation on social media, social media listening and reputation management and challenges and opportunities with social engagement for providers.
Healthcare is in the midst of a data-driven revolution. Successful healthcare organizations will be those that can use analytics effectively to guide care decisions, create effective population health strategies and use resources efficiently. Join Dr. Thomas Hill and healthcare thought leaders for this interactive panel discussion at 1:30 pm on October 20th, Executive Summit, Dell World 2015 in Austin, Texas. In this session, you will hear practical tips for how healthcare organizations can successfully embrace modern data-driven technologies and deliver better healthcare outcomes and financial performance.
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care was ranked the number one health plan in America for 10 years. Technology is extremely important at Harvard Pilgrim. The worst case scenario would be for one of their members to end up in the emergency room and be denied coverage. So they need to make sure they get things right and that they are timely about it.
Hear how Harvard Pilgrim Health Care worked with Dell to come up and IT strategy to replace their claims adjudication engine as well as a number of systems that surround it.
The webcast will discuss four ways to make your business more productive and efficient. The four areas to be discussed will be standardizing processes and procedures, leveraging technology, ensuring proper accountability and improving continuously.
Live monthly webcasts for business executives and owners
The webcasts will cover a different business topic each month and will provide:
- an overview of each topic;
- challenges many organizations face;
- how to address those challenges;
- practical tips on how to improve your business.