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By HIMSS TV 04:52 pm September 27, 2019
This year's Health 2.0 attendees were particularly interested in providing patients with their health data, report Jamie Skipper and Damon Davis of Elevation Health Consulting.
By HIMSS TV 04:30 am September 27, 2019
Dr. Robert Pearl, author of "Mistreated," discusses ways the American healthcare system needs improvement and how technology can help make it happen.
By HIMSS TV 12:04 am September 27, 2019
Dr. Indu Subaiya, co-founder and president of Catalyst @ Health 2.0, says digital health companies are evolving from mere point solutions to "flip stack" vendors complete with clinical staff, innovative therapeutics and more.
By HIMSS TV 08:58 am September 26, 2019
OMNY Health co-founder and COO Sunny Grewal, whose 3.5-minute elevator pitch was the audience's top pick at the "Shark Tank"-like competition, explains how his distributed ledger tech can help hospitals monetize mounds of unused data.
By HIMSS TV 03:51 pm September 25, 2019
Jonah Comstock, HIMSS Media's new director of content development and editor in chief, discusses the state of health tech investment, value-based care and other major talking points at this year's Health 2.0 Conference.
By HIMSS TV 08:05 am September 25, 2019
Vizlitics' bi-directional engagement platform aims to improve the clinical experience for patients and physicians alike, says CEO Tarun Kumar.
By HIMSS TV 03:06 pm September 24, 2019
Truly impactful innovations are those that understand and directly address a problem in care, argues Neil Gomes of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health.
By HIMSS TV 08:39 am September 24, 2019
Mark Jackson of precision medicine company NantHealth was at Health 2.0 looking for new opportunities to bring valuable cloud-based data to physicians at the point of care.
By HIMSS TV 03:57 pm September 23, 2019
Deep Dive: The right culture, engagement, time frames and leadership must all be aligned, with EMRAM providing the roadmap to benchmark your organization digitally.
By HIMSS TV 10:27 am September 23, 2019
Dolby Laboratories Chief Scientist Poppy Crum describes a future where ubiquitous sensors will anticipate physical and mental health needs.

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