Telehealth Connection TV: The longtime telehealth advocate says it will take a "sizable federal commitment" to get Americans connected.
Babymoon Care Chief Medical Officer Dr. Deborah Maufi discusses ways to build a more equitable system for maternal health.
This week's top stories include the Biden administration aiming to get 70% of adults at least one vaccine dose by July 4 and a report finding that ransomware continues to be a major threat to the healthcare industry.
Monthly Update: HIMSS Media Editor in Chief Jonah Comstock recaps some of the biggest trends and stories from April, including insurtech news, Fitbit studies and telehealth being called into question.
Christine Czerniak, technical officer of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, says new variants highlight the need for genomic surveillance and sequencing across the globe and reinforce the importance of collaboration in the fight against COVID-19.
This week's top stories include a consumer safety group warning parents to stop using Peloton Tread+ after reports of child injuries and death, nurses giving EHR usability an "F" and HHS vowing to tackle racism as a serious public health threat.
Israel has found both innovation and data instrumental in tackling COVID-19 challenges and improving patient outcomes, says professor Ran Balicer, chief innovation officer of Clalit Health Services in Israel.
HealthEC CIO Sita Kapoor discusses the four elements that make up the next stage in the evolution of population health.
The IT leader discusses how Penn State has managed population health during COVID-19 with help from EHR tweaks, telehealth, data sharing via CommonWell and more, and highlights things healthcare can learn from other industries.
Dr. Helen Riess, a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and founder of Empathetics, and Frank Cutitta, who was hospitalized for 100 days with COVID-19, discuss "institutionalized loneliness" and other emotional aftereffects of the pandemic.