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Artificial intelligence can make care more personal from both the clinical and consumer perspective, claims Livongo CEO Zane Burke.
Dr. Doug Fridsma, AMIA's president and CEO, gives his views on new ONC regulations covering full export functions.
Bringing clinical staff in at the ground level ensured analytics tools were properly deployed for the ACO's success, according to Bill Gillis, CIO, and Dr. Sarika Aggarwal, CMO at Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization.
Conversa Health has seen growing enthusiasm for healthcare chatbots across both sides of the aisle, says Chief Product Officer Dr. Phil Marshall.
Telehealth is evolving from minor episodic care to managing complex conditions, says Teladoc Health's Dr. Alan Roga.
Investments in social care will reduce the cost of medical care, says Dr. Jacob Reider, CEO of Alliance for Better Health.
Dr. Michael Sanders, CMIO at Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida, says clinicians are using unsupervised learning algorithms to reduce costs and prevent medical errors.
Andrew Rebhan, consultant at The Advisory Board, discusses new advances in "digital frontiers" such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, 3D printing, augmented reality and more.
Northwell Health addresses the quadruple aim - including physician burnout - by reducing redundancies and increasing efficiency, says Simita Mishra, the organization's population health informatics lead.
Salesforce Health Cloud can help providers aggregate, analyze and make actionable the data providers need to address social determinants of health, says Dr. Joshua Newman, chief medical officer at Salesforce.