By 02:58 pm May 03, 2019
Grant Thornton's Stacy Tselekis discusses opportunities for women in the digital space, the importance of mentorship and the real value of inclusion.
By 02:09 pm May 03, 2019
Digital health enthusiast and NOSTALAB President John Nosta discusses the three D's of health innovation – device, data, decision – and what it will take to get to where we need to be.
By 06:28 am May 03, 2019
Ian Z. Chuang, chief medical officer at Elsevier, says in a traditional model, research to bedside takes an average of 17 years. With the advent of new technologies, including machine learning, that needs to change to a shorter timeline.
By 04:35 pm May 02, 2019
Akamai's Patrick Sullivan and Tony Lauro discuss how healthcare is a fertile target for cybersecurity attacks, making zero trust networks appealing as a simplified solution to protect data no matter where employees are.
By 09:39 am May 02, 2019
Dr. Chris DeRienzo, chief quality officer at Mission Health, says the industry is on the precipice of making fundamental improvement in population health with machine learning models.
By 05:52 pm May 01, 2019
Recent research has shown more hospitals raising their baseline security posture, according to Lee Kim, HIMSS director of privacy and security.
By 03:19 pm May 01, 2019
Brazil is facing many of the problems common in other countries, notably interoperability, privacy, infrastructure, a large population and the combination of private and public health, says E-VAL Saúde Director Luis Gustavo Kiatake.
By 08:39 am May 01, 2019
Leavitt Partners Principal Ryan Howells discusses work with the CARIN Alliance using the HIPAA Individual Right of Access to extract data into an app and then redirect that information back into the HIPAA workflow.
By 01:08 pm April 30, 2019
Neil Jordan, Worldwide Health Leader and Connector at Microsoft, discusses the best use of AI in healthcare, as well as issues involved with its implementation, including ethics and regulations.
By 06:58 am April 30, 2019
The physical therapy space went from 15 percent EHR adoption rate to 85 percent, says Shawn McKee, VP of marketing at WebPT.

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