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By HIMSS TV 09:27 am June 11, 2019
Vocera Senior Clinical Executive Steven Matarelli says Smartbadge was born out of a need to integrate the company's badge technology and smartphone capabilities into a single device.
By HIMSS TV 01:00 pm June 10, 2019
Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, however, says the industry still has miles to go before public policies align with social determinants of health.
By HIMSS TV 12:12 pm June 10, 2019
WAMBI CEO Rebecca Metter discusses how looking at the clinician and patient experience through the same lens strengthens bonds between caregivers and patients.
By HIMSS TV 09:17 am June 10, 2019
The concept of keeping patients safe should go beyond infections and falls to include protecting their data from security breaches, says Richard Staynings, an independent executive security leader.
By HIMSS TV 04:19 pm June 07, 2019
The Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, a Global Digital Exemplar in the UK, uses EMRAM as a benchmarking tool to help drive its digital transformation strategy and improve patient outcomes.
By HIMSS TV 12:17 pm June 07, 2019
HIMSS TV will be live broadcasting from the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference in Helsinki June 12-13. Tune in to HIMSS.tv for in-depth interviews with the movers and shakers in digital health.
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By 09:11 am June 07, 2019
A key to reducing misunderstandings between patient and provider is to make sure that clinical content is consistent across the entire continuum, says Wolters Kluwer Health's Pam Holt.
By HIMSS TV 04:56 pm June 06, 2019
The HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference in Helsinki will feature both global thought leaders and innovators showcasing the latest dynamic healthtech solutions.
By HIMSS TV 12:10 pm June 06, 2019
Charles Roussel, CEO of Reflective Strategies, says hospitals are responding "remarkably well" to bringing ideas such as meditation and financial discussions into the patient journey when people feel vulnerable and scared.
By HIMSS TV 08:58 am June 06, 2019
Artificial intelligence will become effective in two to three years, although robots will still require human beings, according to Mahmoud Saleh El Halik, the head of Health Informatics at Latifa Women and Children's Hospital.

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