WEDI provides a full suite of resources designed to help organizations better understand and manage health IT. The Resources section provides access to WEDI’s various tools and library of health IT information.
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Knowledge Center We chat with Peggy O’Kane, President and Founder of the National Committee for Quality Assurance, a non-profit who since 1990 has been tasked with “turning on the light” to the sometimes dark and murky healthcare landscape. Peggy has been named by Modern Healthcare as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare”…Read More
Knowledge Center Health inequity is one of the most dangerous issues facing healthcare today. It refers to the health disparities that create gaps in healthcare for different groups of people. Use the blue link below to learn more.Read More
Knowledge Center Matthew spends time with the new WEDI Chair, Nancy Spector, Coding and Health Advocacy Director with the American Medical Association. Nancy explains how she got her start in healthcare and the role of WEDI in the ever changing and ever expanding healthcare IT landscape. What are WEDI’s plans as the preeminent national membership…Read More
Knowledge Center A message from WEDI’s CEO, Charles Stellar 2020 has met the criteria for being a challenge to our health care delivery system and unfortunately for the loss of lives that the pandemic has created. Amid so many crises, we have seen our health care community rise to meet an unfathomable challenge, divert resources,…Read More
Episode 20: Considering the HUMAN System in Healthcare; A Talk with George Halvorson, Chair and CEO of the Institute for InterGroup Understanding
Knowledge Center An truly impactful conversation with one of healthcare’s most influential thought leaders, George Halvorson, Chair and CEO of the Institute for InterGroup Understanding. George talks with Matthew about understanding our uniqueness, and how overcoming the “Us” vs “Them” instincts can bring about success, innovation and most importantly peace. George will be speaking at…Read More
Knowledge Center Matthew sits down with Softheon Founder and CEO Eugene Sayan to discuss the growth of healthcare IT services, the ACA and the consumerization of healthcare.Read More