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Change Healthcare has seen some big changes of its own in the year since its IPO, says CEO Neil de Crescenzo, who describes how it's been tailoring its technologies to help payers, providers and patients during the pandemic.
Patients' age, race, gender and ZIP code can have a big impact on their overall health, explains Equality Health Director of Clinical Outreach Solutions Roger Pena.
Dr. Jenifer Leaf Jaeger, senior medical director at HealthEC, discusses how her company is able to identify the top 10 percent of a client's patients who are at highest risk for a severe outcome due to COVID-19.
Westchester Medical Center added strength to its 10-hospital system by creating redundancy in cross-coverage by physicians and specific COVID-19 workflows, claim Medical Director Corey Scurlock and Caregility's Wendy Deibert.
Carolyn Witte, co-founder and CEO of Tia, discusses the growing world of "femtech" and what it means to run a startup during the coronavirus pandemic.
Most physician practices say they're unprepared for the continued ravages of the coronavirus, and even larger practices are looking at potentially billions in lost revenue.
(Sponsored) Paladina Health's Sampath Narayanan and Salesforce's Chequeta Allen and Sean Kennedy discuss how Paladina Health, alongside Salesforce, is providing clients with a return-to-work strategy that meets public health policies and guidelines.
(Sponsored) Organizations need to understand how they look through the eyes of an attacker and line up their defenses the same way that they're being attacked, says Ryan Kalember, executive vice president of cybersecurity strategy at Proofpoint.
Prospective analytics must include business continuity scenarios that can be upended 180 degrees, says Peyman Zand, VP of CereCore.
Invalidating the federal healthcare law would result in 20 million or more uninsured – a bad outcome for many as COVID-19 is surging across the country.