How far could we have been in managing the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic if we used the tools available to us such as data sharing, genomics, apps, and pandemic warning systems, instead of waiting to implement them on a rainy day? Bogi Eliasen, director of health at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and HIMSS Future50 leader asks...
Access to a complete picture of the patient – including the behavioral and environmental factors that influence daily health – is critical to realizing the shared benefits of value-based, holistic care.
With its three-pillar approach to modernization, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is transforming its technology systems to create foundational change, says its chief modernization officer.
What are the issues that will make up the agenda over the next few years?
The ability to gain access to the data through reusable APIs significantly improves developer productivity, enabling CIOs to achieve more with the same resources.
As use cases for healthcare video technology get more diverse, its best to take a full lifecycle approach that's managed centrally with standardized capabilities, says John Donohue, Penn Medicine's associate VP for enterprise infrastructure services.
The European offices of HIMSS and PCHA submitted last week a joint opinion on the role of AI in health promotion, care provision and the objective of driving sustainable and inclusive health systems for all.
What patients want from telemedicine tools are care quality and user experience.
Why is now the time they’ll finally join together? Patients expectations are evolving, the tech is now mature enough, and apps are emerging to integrate with legacy clinical systems.
Actionable insights and intelligent health care experiences lead to personalized care and improved operations for providers.