Webinars

The Health IT Unit is committed to providing up-to-date information and education resource tools to healthcare providers participating in the Promoting Interoperability (PI) Program. Health IT hosts a series of engaging live webinars to further assist providers attesting to Meaningful Use. Click the links below to register for any of these exciting webinars. After completing your registration, you will receive an email confirmation with instructions of how to join the event.

Inside PI: 2019 Edition

Get the latest updates and information about the Medicaid PI Program from Health IT staff and partners (DXC, GaHIN, HI-BRIDGE and Myers and Stauffer). This live webinar covers new changes occurring within the program, including an overview of MU objectives and measures, audit preparedness, HIE resources and more.

Turning MU Into Incentive Payments: Our Champions Tell You How

Six years of attestation and incentive payments are possible. Don't believe us? Hear it directly from the providers who did it. Learn how they overcame challenges and successfully navigated through Meaningful Use to achieve not only improved workflow and patient outcomes but also incentive payments. These webinars feature best practices and success stories of PIP Champions. This is a webinar you don't want to miss!

Measuring Up with Georgia's CQMs

Back by popular demand! The Health IT team and experts from HealthTech Solutions provide an interactive demo of Georgia's Clinical Quality Measures System (CQMS). Discover the valuable benefits and functionalities of provider generated data and learn firsthand how to enter CQM data, produce performance comparison reports, and more!

Take Five! How eCQMs Improve Patient Care & Outcomes

Hospitals, physicians and health care professionals use electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs) to provide feedback on their care systems, identify opportunities for clinical quality improvement, and for those participating in the PI Programs, report clinical data to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Join us as we dive deep and take a closer look at 10 eCQMs during this five-part webinar series. Discover the tools to prioritize and effectively manage them from a clinical perspective with the help of our expert Clinical Advisory Board members.

Preventive Care and Screening
  • Tuesday, April 30, 2019                                                  11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Women’s Health Screening  
  • Tuesday, May 21, 2019                                                   11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Monitoring Chronic Conditions
  • Tuesday, June 25, 2019                                                  11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Pediatric Care 
Behavioral Health and Treatment
Post Payment Audit "Do's and Don'ts" 
 
Hear directly from incentive post payment auditors, Myers and Stauffer, as they discuss the audit process, documentation requirements and "do's and don'ts" for post-payment audits for the Medicaid PI Program.

Risky Business: Security Risk Analysis with Sandeep Kapoor

The consequences and costs of a patient data breach can be staggering. Don't let it happen to you. Learn about the necessary documentation to satisfy Meaningful Use requirements, and the safeguards and security assessment tools to protect yourself in the event of an audit.

Leveraging GaHIN to Improve Care

Georgia Information Network (GaHIN), the state's nonprofit health information exchange (HIE), delivers six exciting new webinars to help improve the quality of patient care through the secure exchange of patient health information. Each webinar is unique and features topics that promote interoperability and the roles healthcare providers play in the "continuum of care."

How ADT Alerts and Redirects Are Impacting Care

Accessing GaHIN Through GAMMIS

Electronic Access to Lab Results Launched in Georgia

How Interoperability Helps Practices Improve Patient Care and Operations

The Role of Medication Fill Data in Measuring Adherence and Preventing Abuse

How Interoperability Helps Hospitals Improve Patient Care and Care Coordination Across the Continuum of Care

Dot Your I's and Cross Your T's — Do your SRA, PLEASE!!

Don't leave it to chance! It's the law! Conducting an annual Security Risk Assessment (SRA) helps assess threats to electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) that can be reasonably anticipated. Completing an adequate SRA is essential if you participate in either the Medicaid Promoting Interoperability (PI) Program or Quality Payment Program PI category. Join our HI-BRIDGE experts as they shed light on the SRA requirements.

Deep Dive: Understanding Promoting Interoperability

This webinar series helps demystify the confusion of Meaningful Use by offering a clear and in-depth look into the objectives, measures and documentation required for Stage 3.