In today’s digital market, healthcare organizations suffer from the inability to ensure the identity and demographic information of a patient while associating them with the correct medical records. Though legacy methods of addressing industry challenges are correct, they are not 100 percent effective because there is a lack of identity assurance at the point of service. Fortunately, healthcare IT is pivoting to address common patient identification obstacles to streamline patient care, improve security, provide a high level of assurance of a patient’s identity, protect against data entry errors, improve the on-boarding experience, prevent medical identity fraud, and improve revenue cycle management. This webinar explains how a single identity across the care continuum can eliminate the effects of false processing for patients and providers. It discusses why organizations benefit from a digital unique identifier and reviews methods of strengthening patient authentication from the very first interaction, such as two-factor authentication. The presenter covers the challenges healthcare professionals are facing every day, and discusses methods to address these barriers. Finally, the webinar concludes with the findings from a pilot site that incorporated innovative technology into their identity proofing process. If you want to see where patient identity technologies are headed and how your organization can benefit, then join us for this exciting presentation.
- Recognize the significance of a single patient identity across the care continuum.
- Unveil how patients and providers are truly affected from false processing.
- Discover the importance of a digital unique identifier.
- Review methods of strengthening patient authentication,
- Explore findings from a demonstrated pilot.
Who Should Attend
Healthcare Data Analyst, Healthcare Informatics Professionals, HIM Director, Healthcare Business Analyst, Revenue Cycle Director
a live seminar:
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