11:01 am June 14, 2018
Karina Tellinger McNeil, strategist for the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions, breaks down her country's ambitious plan to lead the world in the digitization of healthcare.
10:41 am June 14, 2018
Ron Roozendaal, CIO at the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, says the regulation gives patients a deeper stake in their own data.
03:06 pm June 12, 2018
Joanne Bosanquet, deputy chief nurse at Public Health England weighs the benefits of tech adoption with the need to give nurses the support and time they need to embrace change.
03:04 pm June 12, 2018
Naila Siddiqui Kamal, MD, senior lecturer at Imperial College London, discusses ways doctors can rise above the worries tied to IT adoption and instead embrace the ways that digital technology can assist them in caring for our populations.
03:01 pm June 12, 2018
Waheed Arian, founder of Arian TeleHEAL, discusses how specialists working for his charity use smartphones, and platforms like Skype, to connect with people in areas were conflict makes it difficult to seek medical attention.
02:52 pm June 12, 2018
Nav Chana, chair of England's National Association of Primary Care, lays out the model's framework and speaks about the digital backbone needed to support clinical decision making.
02:38 pm June 12, 2018
Alan Morton, NHS Digital programme manager, explains how the new toolkit allows organisations to measure their performance against the 10 data security standards of the National Data Guardian.
01:41 pm June 12, 2018
Taavi Kotka, former CIO for the Estonian government, discusses Estonia's major e-health feat and look at conditions that made it possible to create a countrywide EHR.
02:42 pm June 11, 2018
Qualcomm Chief Medical Officer James Mault explains the new possibilities technology gives clinicians to use the best information available to make care decisions.
08:55 am June 11, 2018
Rhonda Collins, chief nursing officer at Vocera Communications, discusses ways new notification and communication platforms are connecting care teams without overburdening clinicians.