06:26 pm September 18, 2018
Jack Resneck, chair of the American Medical Association Board of Trustees, emphasizes the need for physicians to be involved in the early stages of app development to ensure they actually improve the overall care quality for patients.
06:19 pm September 18, 2018
Chris Pesce, chief operating officer at Sober Grid, talks about how the company won the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation opioid challenge for its mobile app integrating a peer support social network with certified and trained peer recovery coaches.
07:20 am September 18, 2018
Albert Chi, MD, medical director of Muscle Integration at Oregon Health & Science University, and patient Johnny Matheny demonstrate how nerve reassignment and VR rehab work to advance prosthetic limb technology.
09:36 pm September 17, 2018
David Hoke, senior director at Associate Health and Well-Being at Walmart, explains how the store and its new Fresh Tri app will engage consumers with chronic health conditions to address an important health issue - their diet.
09:52 am August 13, 2018
Jeff Tully, security researcher at the UC Davis, and Christian Dameff, emergency medical doctor at the UC San Diego, break down how bad actors infiltrate medical devices and share tips for thwarting attacks.
04:52 pm August 02, 2018
Anahi Santiago, CISO and Christiana Care Health System, discusses strategies healthcare companies can use to stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape.
04:21 pm August 02, 2018
Anyi Chen, CIO, Staten Island Performing Provider System outlines the challenges of behavioral health data sharing and maximizing the use of real-time data to follow patients within the framework of a value-based care model.
08:53 am July 20, 2018
Josh Gluck, VP of global healthcare technology strategy at Pure Storage, explains how hospitals can build a more efficient data strategy to more easily get the right information and insights in real-time.
05:00 pm July 19, 2018
Hector Rodriguez, worldwide health CISO for Microsoft, breaks down the new European compliance model and highlights key strategies US healthcare needs to understand to avoid running afoul of the privacy standards.
10:40 am July 17, 2018
India Hook-Barnard, director of research strategy at the University of California San Francisco, gives a high-level look at how knowledge networks work and how healthcare can leverage them for better analytics and for advancing precision medicine.