10:10 am October 29, 2018
When taking on data governance projects, David Kho, Chief Medical Information and Chief Digital Officer of ChenMed, says it's critical to consider data quality, consistency, standards and lineage.
09:53 am October 29, 2018
Douglas Gentile, Chief Medical Information Officer at the University of Vermont Health Network, discusses how lessons learned from past failures helped his organization figure out four critical components needed for successful data governance.
09:59 am October 24, 2018
ONC’s Senior Innovation Strategist Stephen Konya discusses the Health and Human Services road show visiting American cities to give digital health upstarts and entrepreneurs better access to federal agencies. The next HHS Startup Day is slated for Nov. 8, 2018 in Cleveland.
02:55 pm October 23, 2018
Developing a better link between cybersecurity and patient-facing services is what Dan Taylor, director of security of NHS Digital, believes is a top priority – a good cybersecurity strategy focused on people.
12:19 pm October 22, 2018
Nick Dougherty, managing director of MassChallenge HealthTech, is energized by all the pilots converting to broader implementation and the “end of pilot purgatory”; he is also working on an assessment review to help innovators get over the security hurdles that bog down project launches.
09:51 am October 19, 2018
The American Medical Association launched the Integrated Health Model Initiative to bring unorganized data together for a collaborative validation process and Jesse Ehrenfeld, president-elect of the AMA, explains how they plan to do it.
03:42 pm October 18, 2018
Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, talks about how he’s working to modernize FCC regulations to close the digital divide and help rural communities get high quality healthcare through telemedicine innovations.
03:34 pm October 18, 2018
Jennifer Esposito, general manager of Health and Life Sciences at Intel, explains how AI benefits workflows with its direct impact to be a seamless integration for physicians and the patient experience.
10:33 am October 18, 2018
Kirk Lippold, commander of United States Navy (RET), explains how intellectual honesty requires a commitment to sit down with people in the organization to review what happened after a crisis and find a new normal.
03:14 pm October 17, 2018
Despite the healthcare sector’s awareness of medical device flaws, many are still focused on whether a patient has been harmed. But to UC San Diego researcher, emergency medicine provider Christian Dameff, MD, it’s more about retaining patient trust and ensure the technology doesn’t fail.