Mobile devices and remote monitoring are key components in end-to-end care.
Qualcomm Chief Medical Officer James Mault explains the new possibilities technology gives clinicians to use the best information available to make care decisions.
Rhonda Collins, chief nursing officer at Vocera Communications, discusses ways new notification and communication platforms are connecting care teams without overburdening clinicians.
From opioid abuse to diabetes prevention, big data is making an impact.
Nick Harte, solutions director for Cambio Healthcare Systems, explains why he thinks genomics, smart systems, standardized care and the adoption of data standards have such huge potential for the sector.
James Norman, DellEMC's healthcare CIO for Europe, Middle East and Africa, talks about Dell's role in care transformation for the UK health system.
David Hancock, client engagement director at Intersystems, discusses the importance of having a standard information model to advance interoperability and gain wider adoption.
This podcast will include a short recap of data collected from a research study commissioned by Dell Technologies in which the views of healthcare business leaders weighed in on the future, and how they intend to realize their own digital transformation in the next few years.
Jonathan Scholl, president of Leidos Health advises CIOs to ask and answer three key questions.
This whitepaper details three steps health IT organizations can take to shift their resources into working more strategically with a variety of clinical and business stakeholders to put data, devices, and applications to work to achieve real results.