Is your organization ready for change?
Healthcare reform is now inevitable, and that will lead Payers, Providers, and Life Science companies to think differently this year --- about consumers, costs, technology and acquisitions.
Driven by regulations, growing demand for healthcare services, and a drive for greater efficiency, healthcare companies are striving to remake themselves to deliver products and services efficiently, securely, and cost-effectively--and in the process improve the overall quality of care.
The key to making that transition is attracting, retaining, and retraining top technical talent.
Is your organization's workforce prepared for the changes rippling through the industry?
IEEE Computer Society's TechLeader Training Partner Program provides the tools needed to bring healthcare professionals up to date on a variety of skills, including:
- Cloud computing
- Information security
- Mobile application development
- Software and systems development
- Database management
- Business analytics
- Java and other programming languages
- Program management
- And more.
Healthcare reform is mandating the modernization of clinical and financial systems, including EHR, analytics, and other innovations. Help your staff acquire the skills they need to make the transition. The Computer Society offers online courses, certifications, and books organized into 16 Knowledge Centers, as well as training webinars, digital magazines, and custom events.
With the passage of HITECT Act, impending move to ICD-10, and new Meaningful Use requirements, hospitals must move into a new era of Healthcare IT. Help your staff acquire the skills and understanding to:
- Implement secure EHR and HIE systems
- Work with predictive analytics and modeling tools
- Interpret business intelligence and analytics
- Create mobile applications
- Develop coordinated medical services across a continuum of care.
Payer IT organizations must comply with a myriad of federal and state laws and regulations. Empower your IT staff with the resources they need to:
- Modernize legacy systems
- Comply with HIPAA Privacy and Security mandates
- Integrate information and actionable advice across the ecosystem
- Deploy strategies that include new SOA frameworks and cloud computing models
- Perform care, disease, and health management
Life science, pharmaceutical, and medical device companies are facing a variety of pressures. Prepare your staff with the training they need to implement:
- Regulatory compliance
- Quality products
- Cost-effective products
- R&D efficiency, and
- Data and system security.
Training your talent
Your organization's success relies on:
- Attracting technical personnel
- Retaining top performers, and
- Retraining staff to fill future roles.
Those are the top concerns of healthcare hiring and training managers today. The industry is reinventing itself to meet future challenges. And it's competing with other industry sectors for the staff needed to complete that transition.
Make sure your organization doesn't get left behind by not having the skilled technical staff it needs.
Limited-time offer: Get a free copy of IEEE Security & Privacy's Healthcare IT issue. Email sales Development Manager Helen Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or to read free articles from this issue.
Free Webinar on Mobile Challenges in Healthcare Enterprises: Dr. John D. Halamka, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network (NEHEN), will describe the scope of mobile device challenges in healthcare. Register now.
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For a free training needs assessment, contact Sales Development Manager Helen Scott at email@example.com.