03:18 pm July 13, 2016
Katrina Miller and Esther Lee of L.A. Care Health Plan discuss the challenges of comparing the data from those who fall into the newer Medicaid expansion population against other sets, and the importance of top level support in getting big data initiatives off the ground.
09:21 am July 07, 2016
Penn Medicine's Associate CIO Christine VanZanbergen and Chief Data Scientist Michael Draugelis discuss the value of actionable analytics driven by the Penn Signals system.
11:50 am April 25, 2016
Mariann Yeager, Chief Executive Officer at The Sequoia Project, talks with Justin Barnes on HIMSS Radio about emerging trends at HIMSS16, especially around interoperability.
08:58 am March 23, 2016
Blain Newton, EVP of HIMSS Analytics, opines on the role of health IT in shaping the future of healthcare and introduces Logic, a global healthcare market intelligence tool from HIMSS Analytics.
11:14 am March 17, 2016
Eran Bellin, MD, of Montefiore Medical Center, discusses the tools and methods the organization implemented to track and use information for driving better population health outcomes.
12:32 pm March 11, 2016
Rebecca Busch, CEO of Medical Business Associates and author of Leveraging Data in Healthcare, describes how the expansion of the C-suite in healthcare helps to address the increasingly diverse needs of the business, including big data management.
11:56 pm March 03, 2016
Michael Zaroukian, MD, PhD, talks about his unique connection to the Flint water crisis, how population health, analytics and EHR data played roles in its discovery, and what health IT should take away from one popular hypothesis of the incident.
10:10 am February 11, 2016
Judy Murphy, Chief Nursing Officer at IBM, discusses the growing influence of mobile technologies in healthcare analytics.
11:26 am December 31, 2015
Patricia Salber, MD, founder and CEO of Health Tech Hatch and host of the popular blog "The Doctor Weighs In," reflects on discussions from the 2015 Big Data & Healthcare Analytics Forum in Boston.
12:51 pm December 30, 2015
Sriram Vishwanath, professor in data science and informatics at The University of Texas in Austin, TX, discusses the inherent challenges (and significant value) of analyzing healthcare data and using it to predict outcomes.