Women In Health IT
In this episode of HIT Cybersecurity, NIST IT Security Specialist Nakia Grayson details the unique infosec challenges inherent in delivering care from hospital to home – and shares some resources that can help.
Dr. Helen Riess, a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and founder of Empathetics, and Frank Cutitta, who was hospitalized for 100 days with COVID-19, discuss "institutionalized loneliness" and other emotional aftereffects of the pandemic.
Qure4u founder Dr. Monica Bolbjerg offers her expertise in scaling digital health technologies, sharing best practices and real-world examples of those best practices in action.
Deep Dive: Female-led digital health startups still have a long road ahead to overcome funding and other challenges in a male-dominated industry.
The chief information officer shares how LifeBridge Health has adapted its EHR and IT systems for complex COVID-19 vaccine scheduling and administration – and how it plans to capitalize on shifting provider-consumer paradigms.
Advancing Health Equity founder and CEO Dr. Uché Blackstock shares strategies for achieving true equity in healthcare.
When you have leaders who think in inclusive ways, innovation increases, says Kim Garriott, CIO of healthcare at NetApp.
Dr. Nishi Rawat, cofounder of OpenBeds, an addiction treatment connection service, talks about the mental health and substance abuse disorder crisis and the role health IT can play in managing it.
Black pioneers in the medical field have made digital healthcare innovation possible, says Iris Frye, founder of Parity Health Information & Technology.
HIMSS TV contributor, entrepreneur and patient advocate Kate Milliken shares her COVID-19 journey and how she talked her doctor into prescribing monoclonal antibody treatment.