Health leaders contemplate the key features of a strong, data-driven response to a health crisis at the HIMSS & Health 2.0 Middle East Digital Event.
A recent JAMIA study found that Epic, Cerner and Allscripts make EHR use measures available in a platform to clients – but athenahealth, eClinicalWorks and NextGen have not.
The codes have been made available prior to the public roll out of the vaccines in order to facilitate better tracking, reporting and analysis on electronic health care systems. This aims to support data-driven planning and allocation.
Dr Afzal Chaudhry, consultant nephrologist and chief medical information officer, Cambridge University Hospital updates HIMSS & Health 2.0 Middle East Digital event attendees on the trusts' recent EMRAM 7 validation and explains why we need to engage the workforce in the journey.
COVID-19 has exposed weaknesses in the digital armoury of healthcare systems around the world and the need for global collaboration over data and technological solutions to fight future pandemics. Leaders from universities, hospitals and ministries gathered at HIMSS & Health 2.0 Middle East Digital event to discuss how we can use the lessons...
Financial support has been awarded to 13 projects which have digital tools and AI at the heart of their approaches.
A panel of leaders came together at the HIMSS & Health 2.0 Middle East Digital event to discuss Saudi Arabia's strategic Vision 2030 and the importance of collaboration between public and private sectors for improved clinical outcomes.
The revalidation was done over three days, along with the successful EMRAM Stage 6 revalidation of the co-located Jurong Community Hospital.
Saudi Arabia’s Digital Transformation Advisor in the Ministry of Health has called for increased global collaboration to improve digital maturity in the Middle East. Dr Ahmed Balkhair was addressing the HIMSS & Health 2.0 Middle East Digital Health Conference.
When COVID-19 hit, it exposed a crucial need for reliable, real-time data sharing. For Abu Dhabi, it was here that its new health information exchange could step in, enabling a swift and effective response to the crisis.