Leaders from Verizon, VA, Microsoft and Medivis discuss how Project Convergence is enhancing care to veterans by using 5G technology to bring augmented reality and AI to the surgical theater.
Nala CEO Othman Abahussein says government initiatives have helped meet user demands and drive digital health in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, reflected in the rise of telemedicine and e-prescriptions.
Although Q3 2020 was the largest quarter for digital health funding in history, there's still a lot of work to do to address the most pressing healthcare needs, says Katya Hancock, StartUp Health's Investor Network director.
Ongoing Senate races could have unforeseen impacts on healthcare IT, says Tom Leary, senior vice president of government relations at HIMSS.
LifeBridge Health responded to the crisis with mobile clinics, digital patient monitoring and on-site PPE production, says Pothik Chatterjee, executive director of innovation and research.
It's imperative to collect and share data to address inequities in care, says George Halvorson, chair and CEO of the Institute for InterGroup Understanding.
Dr. Joe Kvedar, senior advisor of virtual care at Mass General Brigham, talks about the future of virtual care and what seniors need as the population ages.
Dr. Fadi Al-Buhairan, deputy CEO for Saudi Post, discusses how digital systems and communities have been collaborating during the pandemic.
Dame Sally Davies, former CMO for England and current Master of Trinity College in Cambridge, UK, says behavioral, economic and movement data must be leveraged effectively to improve outcomes during future pandemics.
Bart De Witte, founder of the HIPPO AI Foundation, says COVID-19 has encouraged stakeholders to collaborate more effectively on the use of data, which he hopes will help reduce health inequalities in a post-coronavirus world.