Central Logic CEO Angie Franks says with the Arizona Surge Line, health systems and state agencies are using her company's cloud-based technology to aggregate EHR and other data to assess the status of critical inventories and get resources to hospitals most in need.
Not only can speech recognition increase the time clinicians spend with patients, but using the technology in the cloud will ensure clinicians are less restricted, says Dr. Simon Wallace, CCIO at Nuance Communications UK Ltd.
GE Healthcare Enterprise Imaging Solutions' Omar Sunna says partnering with cloud technology vendors, academics and international institutes is helping the company's AI platform tackle siloed healthcare data.
Dr. John Halamka, newly named president of Mayo Clinic Platform, shares his five-year cybersecurity forecast – and discusses his new gig.
Teva Pharmaceuticals' new ProAir Digihaler detects when the inhaler is used and measures inspiratory flow, giving the patient and provider valuable insight, says EVP Sven Dethlefs.
The Mayo Clinic's new 10-year partnership with Google Cloud aims to look for the next breakthroughs that diagnose and treat complex and serious illness or conditions more effectively, says CIO Cris Ross.
Director of Digital Development Sam Shah says NHSX is bringing a new dimension to the digital transformation of the health service, starting with the crucial role of digital leadership and the right mindset.
Mark Jackson of precision medicine company NantHealth was at Health 2.0 looking for new opportunities to bring valuable cloud-based data to physicians at the point of care.
Dan Bowden, CISO, and Michael Reagin, CIO of Sentara Healthcare, see big advances in cloud security – with a deeper understanding of the configurations needed for data privacy in the public cloud.
Marc Fiume, CEO of DNAStack, discusses partnering with Google to unlock massive potential in terms of generating discoveries and medical breakthroughs.