From artificial intelligence, analytics and cloud services to EHRs, revenue cycle and telemedicine tools, health technologies are changing. Fast. Our next-gen series dives into the front-runners, startups and stalwarts to share insights about what’s coming on the near horizon from the very experts shaping the future of healthcare.
Hospitals should expect orders of magnitude more data – but will also see emerging tools such as artificial intelligence and 5G connectivity helping to put both structured and unstructured information to work.
Tampa General's new partnership with GE Healthcare is the most recent example of Artificial Intelligence-driven care coordination centers that harmonize patient safety and quality improvement initiatives.
ATM's interoperable functionality has been a benchmark for EHRs and now, they're making progress toward a similar interoperability says Cedars-Sinai chief clinical transformation officer Scott Weingarten.
The CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization says its population health platform has helped manage disparate data, but he still wishes vendors and payers would help manage the burden of value-based care.
Enterprise imaging is a fundamental component of a modern health system, but it continues to evolve. As more vendors and healthcare organizations integrate a broader range of new and emerging technologies with imaging, providers need to be prepared for future, especially as these core systems become more linked with electronic health record platforms. In this special project, we look at the how smart systems are girding for the future.
The opioid epidemic has received a lot of attention recently, but how can technology help in the battle to alleviate abuse? There's a digital pill in trials to understand medication adherence. There are analytics tools being put to use to understand patients and prescribing patterns. Policymakers are trying to stop doctor shopping and over-prescribing through state legislation and prescription drug monitoring programs. And then there are the partnerships with federal agencies and state and local governments.
Check out our latest coverage about how health IT is helping to fight the epidemic.
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.