The pandemic laid bare the limitations of today’s face-to-face model of care and has shown that with the availability of smartphones, wearables, and the use of connected devices to monitor and measure patient risk across multiple virtual care use cases, the inherent challenges of transformation can be solved.
What clinical innovations could you develop with data and the help of artificial intelligence (AI)? It’s time to put your data to work to help improve care and outcomes using data science and predictive analytics. Join this webinar to hear how Advocate Aurora Health is continually innovating to reduce readmissions and ultimately, improve the...
COVID-19 has added momentum to a wave of innovation already building within health IT. The pandemic has also increased the need for strong infrastructure to support these new technologies.
Sustaining Ongoing Care During and Post Pandemic: Two Health Systems Highlight Their Scheduled Virtual Visit Strategy
In this webinar, you’ll hear how two health systems rapidly scaled their telehealth programs to keep delivering care while brick-and-mortar locations remained closed.
In the world of healthcare, technology is often viewed either as an enabler or a barrier. For many healthcare IT departments, using digital technology to transform the patient and clinician experience sits atop their wish lists and roadmaps. But modernizing antiquated hospital technology systems isn’t as simple as creating your own mobile...
Research: US providers’ AI Journey–learn about their challenges, priorities, strategies, and more. The majority of US providers place high importance on data analytics and AI, particularly those in executive leadership roles, according to new research conducted by HIMSS. Healthcare organizations are most often successful at advancing...
The next decade will be a pivotal one for health IT innovation. Learn how the next decade will be key to optimized communication, improved interoperability and new support for clinicians.
Healthcare organizations continue to undergo major digital transformation throughout the continuum of care. Technology, business processes, new government mandates, industry consolidation, and strong consumerism-driven healthcare are just a few of the key underlying forces that continue to fuel the much needed changes in the healthcare space.
What healthcare trends will 2020 bring? Facilities today aren’t just looking to get imaging from point A to point B; they are looking for new opportunities for interoperability, innovation, patient and referring physician engagement, and most importantly, diagnostic discovery and clinical breakthroughs.
According to new research from HIMSS about innovation, U.S. hospitals are most widely prioritizing initiatives to drive operational, procedural and financial efficiencies, as well as enhance the patient experience. To fully realize these aspirations requires a coordinated mix of people, processes, technology and partners. In this second part of...