How IoT and Connected Care improve outcomes
March 17, 2021
WATERLOO, Ont. – This program will introduce participants to the role of connected health applications, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), remote care, and disease and lifestyle management in facilitating more efficient and effective care and supporting the shift from hospital to community-based care.
Program sessions for Connected Health and the Internet of Things will focus on exploring the variety of connected health technologies and solutions currently in use or emerging in the healthcare industry. They will provide you with the best practices for their successful adoption, integration, deployment, and monitoring in clinical settings.
Special attention will be paid to the unique operational and privacy and security implications of these technologies, and strategies for risk mitigation and avoidance of legal and ethical issues will be discussed.
This program is for both clinical, operational, and technical senior staff and executives who are considering or planning to integrate connected health solutions into their healthcare organizations.
Upon completion, you will be awarded a McMaster University – NIHI Certificate of Attendance in Connected Health and the Internet of Things (CH-IoT). A certificate of attendance is a non-academic certificate acknowledging that the recipient has completed a minimum of 10 hours of education/training in the subject area.
Laurie Lafleur (pictured), MBA, CIIP: Healthcare IT Consultant; Professor, Health Information Science; NIHI Instructor.
10 Sessions, 10 Hours
Live. Interactive. Online.
10 Sessions: Weekly April 16 – June 18, 2021
12:00 PM ET – 1:00 PM ET
All sessions occur online via Webex
Session 1 – Introduction to connected healthcare models, technologies, and benefits (i.e., IoT and Telehealth)
Session 2 – Deep(er) dive into underlying technologies
Session 3 – Impact on infrastructure and the role of 5G
Session 4 – Requirements and considerations for leveraging connected health data
Session 5 – The Innovative Mindset and the role of Innovation Procurement
Session 6 – Developing a connected health strategy and business plan
Session 7 – Diffusion of Innovation and Change Management
Session 8 – Operationalizing IoT (process changes, asset management, etc.)
Session 9 – Measuring and Monitoring Results
Session 10 – Security, Privacy, Legal, and Ethical Requirements and considerations
- Understand the variety of applications and benefits connected technologies can bring to patients and healthcare providers.
- Equip participants with the knowledge and tools required to develop and execute strategies for adoption and integration of connected technologies in their own healthcare organizations.
- Enable participants to develop, measure, and monitor Key Performance Indicators related to the safe and effective use of connected health technologies.
- Apply best practices to ensure the security, privacy, and ethical use of connected health devices and data within regulated healthcare environments.
- CEOs, CIOs, CMIOs, CTOs looking to drive forward connected healthcare initiatives in their organizations.
- Healthcare providers and managers with a desire to better leverage connected health devices to better support both in-facility and at-home care delivery models.
- IT and operations leaders tasked with integrating, diffusing, and supporting connected health solutions today or in the future.
- Project Managers
- Anyone responsible for information security and privacy in public or private sector organizations
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