Abdulaziz Alkhlaif, CIO of Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Mishari Hospital, discusses data transformation, artificial intelligence and the next generation of patient portals in Saudi Arabia.
Telehealth Connection TV: There are advantages of – and hurdles to – providing contraception virtually, says Pandia Health CEO and co-founder Dr. Sophia Yen.
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.
LifeBridge Health responded to the crisis with mobile clinics, digital patient monitoring and on-site PPE production, says Pothik Chatterjee, executive director of innovation and research.
Kester Nahen, CEO of Notal Vision, says patients are showing an increasing appreciation for remote diagnostic eye care.
Dr. Joe Kvedar, senior advisor of virtual care at Mass General Brigham, talks about the future of virtual care and what seniors need as the population ages.
Laura Jonsson, a nurse practitioner and Matrix Medical Network's chief clinical officer, shares how telemedicine technology and the different care paradigm it enables help nurses minimize stress and the burnout it can cause.
This week's top stories include Under Armour throwing all its weight behind MapMyFitness, HHS unveiling its 2020-2025 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan, and CMS approving a Georgia waiver for a non-ACA marketplace.
Telehealth Connection TV: Virtual care tools have allowed providers at Northwell Health to connect with senior patients in their own homes, says Dr. Karen Abrashkin, medical director of the healthcare provider's House Calls program.
The explosion of telehealth, videoconferencing and digital tools generally has been essential during COVID-19, says Nationwide Children's Hospital CMIO Dr. Jeffrey M. Hoffman.