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The Role of Standards in Preventing & Mitigating Health IT Patient Safety Risks
ONC and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)  are hosting a health IT community technical workshop on September 7, 2016. 

Health IT standards are part of the foundation needed to deliver high quality, patient-centric care. The industry continues to gain a better understanding of the relationship between managing risk and providing quality care through the safe use of Health IT.
This important forum is an opportunity to receive updates on the latest standards development process related to risk prevention and mitigation, quality assurance, and safety-related usability. It brings together industry stakeholders to share best practices and define the path forward for risk prevention and mitigation in health IT.
Register online at nist.gov

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What Approach Works Best?
Which form of recognition works best? Is it peer-to-peer recognition? Recognition from supervisors or managers? Recognition for achieving a work goal or for success in a wellness-based challenge? Recognition experts told SHRM Online all of the above work well in different scenarios. Practitioners featured in an article in HR Magazine said that in many cases, a simple thank you can suffice.
Experts said it’s vital that companies provide choice in the recognition awards offered on these software platforms, since a one-size-fits-all approach can undermine a program’s impact. While many employees might embrace gift cards, for example, others may prefer other forms of recognition. Successful approaches meet employees’ needs with a mix of tangible and intangible awards.
Whatever the methods used, it's clear that recognition has an effect on engagement. According to research from the O.C. Tanner Institute, engaged employees behave better on the job and perform at higher levels. That research also shows that employee engagement affects nine performance outcomes, including turnover rates.
Engagement can increase dramatically with acknowledgement of a job well-done, Steve Fairbanks, vice president of product management for O.C. Tanner, told SHRM Online. His company provides solutions around performance recognition, career anniversaries, service awards and employee wellness.
Some organizations may question whether a formalized employee recognition program is just a nice-to-have tool or a strategic necessity that affects business results. Fairbanks believes it’s the latter. “Recognition and appreciation are a necessity at any company, and some companies formalize that more than others,” he said. “Our research finds that company impact is measureable and impactful, and having a system to administer these programs makes it easier to track the results and see the impact [recognition] is having."
- See more at: http://www.shrm.org/hrdisciplines/technology/articles/pages/recognizing-employee-contributions-critical-step-to-success.aspx?utm_source=SHRM%20HR%20Technology%20_%20PublishThis%20(19)&utm_medium=email&utm_content=March%2001,%202016&MID=01717415&LN=Mulrooney&spMailingID=24856944&spUserID=MTg4NDA2MDQ2MjE3S0&spJobID=760222066&spReportId=NzYwMjIyMDY2S0#sthash.DrakUXr5.dpuf

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ALMOST TIME FOR HIMSS16 !!
Keynote speaker is Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos Quarterback.
Peyton Manning, National Football League’s (NFL) only five-time Most Valuable Player (MVP) and a 14-time Pro Bowl selection, has earned his place among the league's greatest quarterbacks. Since entering the NFL in 1998 as the Indianapolis Colts’ first overall draft pick, Manning has been named a First-Team All-Pro Selection by the Associated Press (AP) on seven occasions. In 2014, Manning was named No. 1 on Louisiana's list of all-time greatest athletes by The Times-Picayune.

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