This week's top stories include the vaccine distribution pipeline facing serious cybersecurity risks as the rollout begins in the UK, and Google unveiling a new research app that shows participants how their data is driving health insights.
Telehealth Connection TV: UCLA Health Telehealth Implementation Manager Heather Hitson offers insight on LGBTQ-specific factors that telemedicine providers should know.
Cerner's Hans Buitendijk, EHRA executive committee chair, and Foothold Technology's David Bucciferro, committee vice chair, describe how the association's COVID-19 Task Force is helping provider customers.
Dr. Suliman Alomran, medical informatics lecturer at the College of Medicine, King Saud University, discusses Saudi Arabia's response to COVID-19, the contact tracing apps adopted and the digital platforms that will be used long after the pandemic.
Dr. Joe Drozda, director of outcomes research at Mercy, discusses COVID-19's impact on health systems' supply chains.
COVID-19 is highlighting the need to drive digital maturity with investment, while addressing data sharing models, says Ahmad AbuSalah, health informatics and intelligence officer at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre.
Jonathan Weiner, professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, details the data fundamentals that are necessary for effective AI and machine learning algorithms.
Digital is changing the game for those treating and caring for the medically underserved, says Rene Cabral-Daniels, CEO of Cenevia.
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.