HIMSS TV at Dev4Health

Developers, innovators show off next-generation tech in Cleveland

HIMSS TV was on location at the Dev4Health Conference at the HIMSS Innovation Center in Cleveland in May for two days of presentations and workshops about developing healthcare applications that will move the industry forward. Expert speakers discussed the future of APIs, how voice recognition and AI are changing workflows and gave attendees a high-level look at many innovative projects happening in the developer community. Watch the full video archive below.

Key Presentations

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A call to action: Using open APIs to solve global healthcare challenges

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Aneesh Chopra, former chief technical officer for the United States, urges developers to leverage open API ecosystems.

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Presentation: A high-level look at API security

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Andrew Crabtree, Google Cloud Customer Engineer, gives a detailed presentation on API security threats, solutions.

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Dev4Health: A new map for innovation

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Health 2.0 EVP Indu Subaiya and co-founder Matthew Holt highlight new research into emerging trends in healthcare innovation.

Interoperability

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How health apps are chipping away at interoperability hurdles

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Dan Gottleib, of Boston Children's, and Verily's Josh Mandel talk about FHIR and SMART.

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How Cleveland Clinic is leveraging APIs to advance interoperability

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Brent Hicks, senior director of clinical solutions at the Cleveland Clinic, talks about tying EHRs with new applications.

Blockchain

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How blockchain will decentralize healthcare

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Abel Kho of Health Data Link talks about how data is transferred throughout the healthcare market.

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What business case will build the blockchain infrastructure?

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Compliance and regulations to build audit reports are likely the first business case to get data into blockchain.

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Building blockchain as a service framework

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Tim Dunlevy from Pokitdok explains how today's systems can be integrated into next generation of automation.

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Blockchain can work with existing systems to provide transparency, high integrity data

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Emily Vaughn of Change Healthcare explains how blockchain provides an integrity check with event data.

Solving problems

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Developers are key to driving healthcare innovation

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Here's why programmers and developers play an important role in improving healthcare for patients and systems alike.

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Are open APIs the be-all, end-all for healthcare?

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Adam Culbertson, HIMSS innovator-in-residence, looks at the possibilities tied to open-source development.

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Why APIs are only one piece of the puzzle for healthcare transformation

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Will Morris of Cleveland Clinic Innovations connects work of developer community to systems integrations.

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How the VA's Lighthouse initiative is leveraging the developer community

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Drew Myklegard of the VA project, discusses the role outside developers can do to improve the agency's care for veterans.  

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Creating 'medical intelligence': Getting clinicians involved in healthcare's AI transformation

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Anthony Chang, MD, at CHOC, explains how machine learning will "augment the intelligence of the clinician."

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Moving from reactive to proactive use of technology to solve healthcare's problems

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Tina Joros of Allscripts talks about "creating a new mentality of innovation" to improve workflows.

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From HITECH to open APIs: How healthcare is becoming more connected

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Josh Mandel from Verily talks about the evolution of healthcare apps and their broad adoption by EHR vendors.

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Voice assistants are pushing AI beyond old barriers

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Ben Schilens from Orbita discusses the opportunity developers have to improve patient engagement.

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Disruptive innovation: Inside athenahealth's developer lab

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Santosh Mohan explains the potential open platforms bring to healthcare and the EHR company's work with Apple.