Laura Lovett

Laura Lovett is an associate editor at MobiHealthNews where she covers the intersection of healthcare and technology. She is also a contributing editor to Women in Healthcare IT at Healthcare IT News. Before coming to MobiHealthNews she worked for Gatehouse Media, where she earned a New England Newspaper Association award. Most recently Lovett won a Umass Medical Media Fellowship.  Lovett was educated at the University of East Anglia, the University of Massachusetts and Oxford University.

Artificial intelligence applications
By Laura Lovett 11:56 am March 07, 2018
AI is already working in decision support, clinical trials and hospital operations but curation of the data from experts is still important.
Health 2.0
By Laura Lovett 01:47 pm March 06, 2018
Co-founder Indu Subaiya called on providers to embrace and think beyond their walls.
healthcare policymakers
By Laura Lovett 12:09 pm March 06, 2018
Accessible regulation data allows stakeholders to understand the path toward innovation.
aneesh chopra
By Laura Lovett 03:44 pm March 05, 2018
America’s former CTO says healthcare can learn from creative approaches in both the public and private sectors.
FHIR interoperability
By Laura Lovett 10:16 am February 23, 2018
The cloud service will enable developers to build FHIR apps in a vendor-neutral environment.
patient generated health data
By Laura Lovett 03:32 pm February 13, 2018
The trickiest part is getting people to keep using the devices, even six months is a challenge.
EHR sharing
By Laura Lovett 01:00 pm February 01, 2018
Amanda Greene will address conference-goers at HIMSS18 in Las Vegas on what it’s like to manage chronic illness and making sure your doctors have the right information.
AI chatbots
By Laura Lovett 11:42 am January 24, 2018
Brett Swenson, MD, deployed a chatbot to improve engagement from EHRs to triage and found real success in reaching patients with information about flu shots.
human-centric healthcare product design
By Laura Lovett 10:22 am January 23, 2018
Human-centric design thought leader at Battelle, Amy Schwartz, will be hosting a session at the Digital and Personal Connected Health Conference on March 5.
By Laura Lovett 12:58 pm January 22, 2018
The high-energy 20-minute sessions on the show floor will also address FHIR, patient matching, population health and other pressing issues health IT issues.

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