From vaccines to virtual care, enterprise imaging to precision medicine, these are the growth areas that will shape the direction of healthcare, this year and beyond.
Health and care have been inexorably moving toward a new paradigm – one where the nature of the interactions is more personalised and they require the person to be more active in their pursuit of reducing risks that have an adverse effect upon the development of non-communicable diseases, says Dr Charles Alessi, chief clinical officer...
What are the issues that will make up the agenda over the next few years?
It's hard for me to believe, but I’ve been at Penn Medicine for 13 years. There has been a remarkable amount of change, growth, and learning that has occurred both within my organization and in myself during this time.
When EHRs can learn – gather and remember – what works best for each user, they can attain maximum efficiency.
Actionable insights and intelligent health care experiences lead to personalized care and improved operations for providers.
Allowing patients to become partners with practitioners in their care is where an effective wellness plan and prevention starts.
The EHR vendor’s chief executive weighs in on the industry's most exciting opportunities to improve care ahead of HIMSS17 and into the future.
Penn Medicine’s Brian Wells puts out a call to technology companies to incorporate new functionalities that could vastly improve how physicians personalize care and eradicate killer diseases.
Penn Medicine associate vice president of health technology Brian Wells shares insights from cognitive computing work so far.