HIMSS TV features programming from major HIMSS events and many of the industry's thought leaders. See the latest coverage at HIMSS.tv.

By HIMSS TV 06:00 am June 30, 2020
COVID-19 has forced remote patient monitoring, and the experience has made fans of patients who love virtual visits as more convenient, time-saving and equal to in-person care, says Dr. Chris Hobson, CMO for Orion Health.
By HIMSS TV 07:34 am June 29, 2020
Health IT professional and COVID-19 survivor Frank Cutitta, now 100 days in care, gives a firsthand look at what healthcare gets right, and wrong.
By HIMSS TV 06:00 am June 26, 2020
Co-producer Kate Milliken tells how the online community she started for other folks living with multiple sclerosis grew into her new short film, "Beneath the Surface."
By HIMSS TV 05:04 am June 26, 2020
This week's top stories include the virtual health platform going mainstream, hospitals being forced to disclose privately negotiated rates with health insurers and sleep tracking coming to Apple Watch.
By HIMSS TV 07:11 am June 25, 2020
Doctors are racing to adapt to new technologies in order to care for patients remotely, says Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris.
By HIMSS TV 08:19 am June 24, 2020
Online staffing services can help move the workforce where it's needed most, says Nomad Health CEO Alexi Nazem.
By HIMSS TV 04:52 am June 23, 2020
Availity CEO Russ Thomas says his company ensures providers have the information they need to treat and bill COVID-19 encounters.
By HIMSS TV 07:20 am June 22, 2020
Deep Dive: Although compliance deadlines for interoperability rules have been delayed, recent days highlight the pressing need for greater access to health data.
By HIMSS TV 09:39 am June 19, 2020
This week's top stories include the Department of Health and Human Services whittling down vaccine candidates, the Senate HELP Committee looking at telehealth's future and Proteus filing for bankruptcy.
By HIMSS TV 07:50 am June 19, 2020
Automation can help manage high patient call volumes, unwieldy medical device data and daily employee health screening, says Dr. David Rhew, chief medical officer and VP of healthcare at Microsoft.

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