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Dr. Anthony Orsini and Dr. Tanganyika Barnes discuss their novel training method for caregivers, and how they've adapted it in the age of COVID-19.
From electronic case reporting to PDMP to disaster response, Executive Director Jay Nakashima says he's optimistic as network architecture improves and public-private data sharing efforts make progress.
Host Jonah Comstock talks to Kajeet's Director of Strategy, Dominic Marcellino, about some of the different roadblocks to secure, reliable connectivity and how to approach tackling them. Link mentioned: get.kajeet.net/healthiot
Period- and fertility-tracking app maker Flo Health settles with the FTC over an allegation that it improperly disclosed sensitive user data to third-party firms, while the federal government is no longer holding back on vaccine doses.
(Sponsored) The investment in healthcare over the past 10 years prepared the Middle East to meet patient needs and leverage its digital transformation to help fight COVID-19, says Lina Shadid, Health Industries Lead, PwC Middle East.
(Sponsored) Lea Sims, marketing practice lead for healthcare insurance and life sciences, Verizon, shares how the pandemic has created unforeseen virtual care use cases that Verizon’s connected solutions – from in-room devices to 5G – make possible.
(Sponsored) Montreal-based software startup Imagia is expanding AI into cancer research, says Chief Technology Officer Florent Chandelier.
Optum parent company UnitedHealth Group expects the acquisition to add to its bottom line as early as 2022, while a fractured approach to implementing Haven's various projects may have ultimately doomed it.
(Sponsored) CEO envisions a global ecosystem that shifts healthcare from diagnose and treatment to wellness and prevention.
(Sponsored) Among the benefits of E Ink's Digital Paper technology is it frees up nurses while ensuring patient data is accurate and up to date and improving the patient experience, says Stanley Chiang, E Ink's director of strategic partnership.