By HIMSS TV 08:09 am March 12, 2021
This week's top stories include the House approving a bill that expands the scope of those who qualify for financial help, bad bots jeopardizing vaccine appointments, and PatientPoint merging with Outcome Health.
By HIMSS TV 07:01 am March 11, 2021
Image sharing is finally advancing away from CD-ROMs and toward image-enabled personal health records, say Dr. David Mendelson, vice chair of radiology IT at Mount Sinai, and Dave Cassel, executive director of Carequality.
By HIMSS TV 07:35 am March 10, 2021
Medicomp Systems CEO David Lareau touches on recent progress, what's on the Biden team's plate and ways healthcare organizations can take action now until true interoperability is a reality.
By HIMSS TV 03:25 pm March 08, 2021
When you have leaders who think in inclusive ways, innovation increases, says Kim Garriott, CIO of healthcare at NetApp.
By HIMSS TV 08:41 am March 08, 2021
The chief digital and information officer describes the health system's new Alexa Skill for home care patients as well as larger emerging trends around AI and remote patient monitoring.
The power of Intelligent Search, says Sinequa VP Jeff Evernham, is its capability to analyze unstructured content and documents as well as structured information for faster, smarter decision-making.
By HIMSS TV 08:52 am March 05, 2021
This week's top stories include a plea from medical groups to increase efforts to collect ethnicity data when administering vaccinations, the release of Apple Hearing Study results, and Johnson & Johnson and Merck ramping up vaccine manufacturing.
By HIMSS TV 04:29 pm March 04, 2021
Dr. Derk Arts, founder and CEO of Castor, developer of automation tools for clinical trials research, describes its recent work with the WHO and how expanded access to its technology can improve health outcomes.
By HIMSS TV 07:44 am March 04, 2021
With new ransomware tricks and recent attempts at "double extortion" on the black market, there's been "a marked change in adversarial intent," says Caleb Barlow, CEO of CynergisTek.
There's been a regression in the use of virtual health since its huge spike at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic; the answer is changing the operating model, say The Chartis Group's Thomas Kiesau and Gregg Mohrmann.
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