Social determinants of health analytics services provide data that EHRs don't capture, not only benefiting patients, but also payers, researchers and providers, says Tim Suther, SVP of data solutions at Change Healthcare.
Alberta Health Services CEO Dr. Verna Yiu shares the invaluable lessons the COVID-19 pandemic has taught her about supply chain management, including the interdependency of every country during times of crisis.
COVID-19 is highlighting the need to drive digital maturity with investment, while addressing data sharing models, says Ahmad AbuSalah, health informatics and intelligence officer at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre.
Jonathan Weiner, professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, details the data fundamentals that are necessary for effective AI and machine learning algorithms.
This week's top stories include NorthShore University HealthSystem's digital strategy being tested against the second wave, Amazon rolling out Amazon Pharmacy, and a report finding front-line workers spend significant time fixing technical problems.
Kester Nahen, CEO of Notal Vision, says patients are showing an increasing appreciation for remote diagnostic eye care.
The Alessi Agenda: Duncan Selbie, former chief executive at Public Health England, explains how data-driven decision-making improves outcomes in the public health setting.
Dame Sally Davies, former CMO for England and current Master of Trinity College in Cambridge, UK, says behavioral, economic and movement data must be leveraged effectively to improve outcomes during future pandemics.
Bart De Witte, founder of the HIPPO AI Foundation, says COVID-19 has encouraged stakeholders to collaborate more effectively on the use of data, which he hopes will help reduce health inequalities in a post-coronavirus world.
Rahma Samow, senior VP of marketing and sales for Siemens Healthineers, says AI-enabled decision making addresses critical data pain points along the patient's pathway.