03:18 pm June 26, 2017
As a distinct profession with meaningful and well-paying careers, the health IT field has proven difficult for women to advance. This session recorded at HIMSS17 hosts lessons learned, experiences, and counsel from executives who champion women in health IT.
02:02 pm June 13, 2017
Eric Dishman, director of the All of Us Research Program, explains the goals of the landmark genomics initiative – and explains how his own personal experience with whole-genome sequencing has informed his work.
10:39 am June 02, 2017
HIMSS Radio guests Karen Desalvo and Suzi Grizancic discuss the issues around gender diversity and quality in the health IT field and their involvement in the HIMSS Women in Health IT initiative.
01:50 pm June 01, 2017
Adnan Hamid, Assistant CIO at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, discusses the organization's areas of focus for health IT in 2017 including cybersecurity, disaster recovery, interoperability and more.
02:12 pm May 19, 2017
(SPONSORED) Shareefa Alabdulmunem, Head of eServices at King Faisal Specialist Hospital, and Christina Caraballo, Senior Healthcare Strategist at Get Real Health, each reflect upon what it means to receive the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award.
10:56 am May 18, 2017
Zeeshan Syed, Director of the Clinical Inference and Algorithms Program at Stanford Healthcare, presents the differences between AI and machine learning and discusses current applications of each technology in healthcare.
01:49 pm May 17, 2017
Cheryl Reinking, CNO at El Camino Hospital, discusses how data analytics assisted their efforts to curb a rising trend in patient falls.
10:01 am May 17, 2017
Analytics is about a lot more than data, says J. Bryan Bennett, executive director of the Healthcare Center for Excellence. He shares his five-step approach to professional leadership development.
07:46 pm May 15, 2017
Tressa Springmann CIO at Baltimore-based LifeBridge Health, and Mary Jo Morrison, principal with The Chartis Group, say smart analytics projects demand leadership, accountability, incentive alignment and a data-driven culture of decision-making.
05:26 pm May 15, 2017
Leonard, D’Avolio, Harvard professor and CEO of Cyft, sees a near future where artificial intelligence and machine learning will enable transformative improvements in healthcare. But it's important to have realistic understandings of their capabilities.