Nurx CEO Varsha Rao discusses the trends in women's health that are propelling telemedicine into the new year.
Optum, Change join forces while Haven pulls the plug; patient engagement tools can speed vaccine rollout
This week's top stories include Optum and Change creating a healthcare powerhouse; Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase's joint venture calling it quits; and patient engagement tech's role in streamlining the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
E Ink's Digital Paper technology frees up nurses and ensures patient data is accurate and up to date while improving the patient experience, says Stanley Chiang, the company's director of strategic partnership.
Patients and providers should work as a team to ensure accuracy in health records and diagnosing, says PocketHealth Chief Patient Officer Dave deBronkart.
Dr. Don Rucker, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, says big data is going to be transformative, as ONC and CMS rules move healthcare from a gated interaction to digitally transparent clinical care.
Skip Newberry, president and CEO of the Technology Association of Oregon, points to early implementations of smart homes to address the social determinants of health and the barriers they faced.
Ron Emerson, global healthcare lead at Zoom, details the company's rise to prominence in the healthcare field and looks toward the future.
Osman Minkara, managing director at Aldara Hospital and Medical Center, discusses improving patient care and satisfaction, obstacles to advanced digital technology and the consumerization of healthcare.
SapphireHMS CIO Omar Shraim explains the importance of digital transformation and how SapphireHMS endeavors to improve patient care.
Tools such as artificial intelligence and machine learning will support patient mobility, and associated data, in the future, says Sibu Siddique, VP of Digital Transformation and Customer Success at GE Digital.