Dr. Rashmee Shah of the University of Utah Hospital says that in an age of countless sensors and data streams, what's needed is the collection and analysis of less, but more focused, patient data.
Conflicting regulations and ingrained processes can hamper data sharing – but WebShield can help build networks for secure sharing of sensitive data, says Walter Pistor, the company's director of digital health transformation.
Patients need to have control of their data that is currently shared provider to provider to promote their own health, says Mark Kramer, chief engineer for MITRE's Health Technology Center.
OMNY Health co-founder and COO Sunny Grewal, whose 3.5-minute elevator pitch was the audience's top pick at the "Shark Tank"-like competition, explains how his distributed ledger tech can help hospitals monetize mounds of unused data.
Jonah Comstock, HIMSS Media's new director of content development and editor in chief, discusses the state of health tech investment, value-based care and other major talking points at this year's Health 2.0 Conference.
Quest Analytics CEO Ari Tulla compares and contrasts the United States and European healthcare systems – and explains why eliminating data silos is key to better outcomes in each.
NetApp is focusing on the citizen's data fabric, which empowers them to stay in control of their data wherever they would like to store it, says Philippe Wackers, the company's EMEA healthcare innovation manager.
However, blockchain technology is still in its infancy, so expectations should be managed accordingly, says Dr. Abdullah Albeyatti, CEO and co-founder at Medicalchain.
The challenge for all countries is to make the data assets actionable, but trust is needed with any data sharing strategy, says Tom Foley, MD, senior clinical lead at NHS Digital.
Benjamin Jackson, head of customer success, North America, at BC Platforms, describes how his company is helping organizations pull out valuable insights from genomics and phenotypic data.