Government & Policy
12:12 pm June 14, 2018
Ilker Köse, technology transfer office director at Istanbul Medipol University, says the motivation to adopt EMRAM standards created the momentum needed to transform hospital systems.
11:01 am June 14, 2018
Karina Tellinger McNeil, strategist for the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions, breaks down her country's ambitious plan to lead the world in the digitization of healthcare.
02:38 pm June 12, 2018
Alan Morton, NHS Digital programme manager, explains how the new toolkit allows organisations to measure their performance against the 10 data security standards of the National Data Guardian.
01:41 pm June 12, 2018
Taavi Kotka, former CIO for the Estonian government, discusses Estonia's major e-health feat and look at conditions that made it possible to create a countrywide EHR.
03:33 pm June 06, 2018
Richard Corbridge, chief digital and information officer for Leeds Teaching, and Daniel Ray, director of data science for NHS Digital, discuss the tangible ways healthcare data is advancing population health for the United Kingdom.
02:55 pm May 09, 2018
Drew Myklegard of the VA project, discusses the role outside developers can do to improve the agency's care for veterans.
11:05 am September 11, 2017
Barry Herrin, principal at Herrin Health Law, says spending more money on security technology will only accomplish diminishing returns. Instead, hospitals should take a broader view of people and processes, implementing risk management frameworks such as NIST SP 800-53 and partnering with external threat groups such as InfoGuard and the FBI.
11:02 am September 11, 2017
With security risks on all sides, healthcare providers must have a game plan. At the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge lays out the top things they should be doing right now to gain visibility into the threats – and how they should be planning for the future – while explaining the...
09:59 am May 01, 2017
(SPONSORED) Justin Barnes interviews CEO of eHealth Services Group Denise Hines, addressing the hot topics of discussion at HIMSS17 including Women in Health IT, workforce diversity and the future of health IT policy and technologies.
03:16 pm April 03, 2017
Katherine Baicker, professor of health economics at Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health, spoke at the HIMSS Pop Health Forum about the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment, whose findings on the effects of Medicaid expansion have been touted by both supporters and opponents of the Affordable Care Act.