08:52 am June 26, 2019
Chad Konchak, assistant vice president of Clinical Analytics at NorthShore University HealthSystem, says the challenge is not so much in the technology development but in the cultural maturity for people to realize what the data can do for them.
01:30 pm June 25, 2019
Elena Bonfiglioli, Microsoft's regional business leader of Health and Life Sciences at EMEA, says empowering clinicians through collaboration and coordination is at the core of improving outcomes through personalized care.
11:40 am June 25, 2019
KVC Health Systems CIO Lonnie Johnson describes the predictive modeling goals and first steps toward AI and machine learning of the multi-state provider of foster care and adoption services.
01:17 pm June 24, 2019
Duke University Health System Chief Analytics Officer Stephen Blackwelder says interventions are the hardest part as disparate data has to be interwoven for behavior change if risk is to be mitigated.
04:35 pm June 21, 2019
One of the most common data analytics questions from providers is how to operationalize machine learning and artificial intelligence, says Rob Wellen, regional vice president at KenSci.
11:47 am June 20, 2019
FarmaTrust CEO Raja Sharif says blockchain ensures greater data integrity in areas such as AI, analytics and regulatory reporting, which can increase public confidence in the use of data.
01:30 pm June 19, 2019
Srinivasan Suresh, MD, VP at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, says start with engaging the clinicians and have a team to standardize care to reduce variation for measurable changes.
06:58 am June 19, 2019
Tina Esposito, chief health information officer at Advocate Aurora Health, says her organization's data and analytics heart failure pilot realized a 23 percent reduction in utilization.
10:03 am June 17, 2019
Start with an understanding of what the data quality issues are and the differences in documentation and in workflow from different providers, says Michael Schwarz, executive director of IS at Indiana University Health System.
11:06 am June 14, 2019
CHOC Children's CIO Anthony Chang, MD, shares misconceptions of AI and ML in healthcare, explaining why they will actually make the field a more attractive career choice for physicians and radiologists.