Population Health

By HIMSS TV 05:20 pm December 03, 2019
Gaming can be used to prepare for space health emergencies, says Level Ex founder and CEO Sam Glassenberg, who demonstrates the VR technology involved. 
By HIMSS TV 12:25 pm December 03, 2019
Data from her research on animals can help assess cognitive health risks of deep space travel, says Susanna Rosi, professor of physical therapy at UCSF.
By HIMSS TV 05:16 pm November 22, 2019
Azizi Seixas, with the Department of Population Health and the Center for Healthful Behavior Change at NYU School of Medicine, talks about using risk assessment tools to close the health access gap.
By HIMSS TV 07:39 am November 22, 2019
Kristin Fabre, senior innovation scientist at the Translational Research Institute for Space Health based at Baylor College of Medicine, says TRISH is holistically looking at astronaut health.
By HIMSS TV 06:17 pm November 18, 2019
Dr. Rashmee Shah of the University of Utah Hospital says that in an age of countless sensors and data streams, what's needed is the collection and analysis of less, but more focused, patient data.
By HIMSS TV 12:21 pm November 15, 2019
Mary L. Bouxsein, professor of orthopedic surgery at Harvard Medical School, discusses how to maintain the muscular skeletal system in long-duration space flights such as a mission to Mars.
By HIMSS TV 05:24 pm November 11, 2019
Philips Chief Nursing Officer Cindy Gaines, who toes the line between caregiver and technologist, has a unique view on value-based care, patient experience and population health.
By HIMSS TV 05:00 pm November 07, 2019
Julie Robinson, chief scientist at NASA's ISS division, says findings on the effects of space travel on human health are being used to prepare for a long-term mission to Mars.
By HIMSS TV 06:35 am November 07, 2019
Speaking from experience, Bradford Power, founder of Reengineering Cancer Treatment and an author focused on process improvement, discusses the ways oncology treatment needs to become more personalized.
By 07:55 am November 05, 2019
Nonin Medical's Chris Holland and telehealth consultant Mark VanderWerf discuss the usability and logistics improvements Nonin made to its pulse oximeter to make it more desirable for the elderly.