11:13 am March 19, 2019
The city's health strategy has ambitious goals, including transforming delivery models without overburdening or burning out clinicians, says Mazin Gadir, senior consultant and advisor with the Dubai Health Authority.
05:01 pm March 14, 2019
Revenue cycle management, patient and physician engagement, business intelligence and analytics, pop health and a clinically oriented supply chain are key pieces to patient-centered care, says KLAS VP of Business Development Doug Tolley.
05:54 pm March 06, 2019
At the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference, documentary filmmaker Robyn Symon discusses physician burnout and suicide and the need for systemic solutions.
02:41 pm February 28, 2019
Robin Tenenbaum, IT director, El Rio Community Health Center, shares the importance of earlier screenings for detection of eye disease.
12:02 pm February 28, 2019
Harvard University’s Stan Shaw and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s John Halamka detail a new executive education joint venture between Harvard Medical School and HIMSS.
05:39 pm February 27, 2019
The focus should be on wellcare not healthcare, because finding a condition early results in better outcomes and better costs, says Nick van Terheyden, managing director of Incremental Healthcare.
02:53 pm January 24, 2019
Blockchain won’t solve every health IT problem, so WW Health Chief Health Information Security Officer at Microsoft Hector Rodriguez offers advice for figuring out where it might, and might not, be a fit for you.
05:22 pm January 10, 2019
Digital technology is bringing about better safety and health outcomes in the quickly evolving field of dental care, says Andrew Saunders, board director of Eastern Health and Dental Services Victoria and HIMSS AsiaPac Governing Council member.
02:50 pm December 17, 2018
Chair Global Board of Directors, HIMSS, Dr. Manish Kohli discusses global struggles with quality, access and cost of care and how China has stepped up to those challenges with remarkable speed and level of ambition.
03:12 pm October 04, 2018
Gyre Renwick, vice president at Lyft, is leading the company’s healthcare team to develop partnerships and find solutions to address the major social determinant of health that impact people’s lives – getting to the doctor before an emergency.