Government & Policy
An integral part of Australia's digital health strategy is providing its healthcare workforce with resources to understand technology to deliver better care, says Dr. Meredith Makeham, chief medical adviser at the Australian Digital Health Agency.
UK organizations must look beyond their borders to collaborate more effectively with other systems, says Hassan Chaudhury, digital health lead at Healthcare UK.
Thailand's healthcare informatics system is taking cues from what other countries have learned the hard way, particularly in terms of data privacy, says TPP Healthcare International's Togio Chayanuwat.
Alberta has made big strides in digital transformation with the implementation of technology as it aims for patient-centric care, says Reda Alhajj, a professor at the University of Calgary.
Countries such as Tunisia can learn a great deal from Turkey's digital transformation, says Sonia Khayat, general director of International Cooperation at Ministry of Health in Tunisia.
Stony Brook Medicine Chief HIPAA Privacy Officer Stephanie Musso discusses upcoming changes to HIPAA, new OCR enforcements of its right to access provision and more.
When it comes to using citizen data to improve health outcomes, trust and security are extremely important, explains Sinikka Salo, leader of change with Finland's Permanent Secretary's Cabinet Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Government.
Dr. Nathalie Bloch, head of the innovation center for digital health at Sheba Medical Center, talks about partnering with startups and established companies to create the right infrastructure to implement technology solutions.
Ramon Vullings, speaker, author, cross-industry expert and self-titled ideaDJ, sees a need for the NHS to adopt a new attitude toward innovation.
Sam Shah, digital health advisor and former NHSX director of digital development, says personal health records, health information exchange and other digital health learnings can be extracted from the Middle East experiences.