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Fruit Street Health CEO Laurence Girard joins host Jonah Comstock to discuss the challenges, opportunities and successes his company has had in this space.
The director of customer support at health IT consulting firm CereCore talks about patient portals in the age of COVID-19 and where patient portals are headed into the future.
Dr. Adrienne Boissy, chief experience officer at Cleveland Clinic, discusses engaging patients through personalized care.
Germany has pioneered prescribing apps to patients within their normal care setting, in the form of DiGAs, and France has decided to replicate the system as outlined by Armin Scheuer, VP of Business Development International at HIMSS.
Seventy-three health plans earn five-star ratings for 2022, while Mandiant Intelligence analysts find FIN12 has been behind multiple ransomware attacks on hospitals and other provider organizations.
(Sponsored) Ali Abi Raad, country manager for Middle East & India at InterSystems, discusses the main benefits of a cloud-hosted EMR solution versus a regular EMR, and how the company is assisting with travel technology during the pandemic.
Dr. Augusto Elias, medical director of Metro Health at the University of Michigan Health, and Dillon Fassett, program coordinator of Metro Health, discuss the benefits of tech-backed communication in treating strokes.
Dr. Adrian Zai opens up about a recent collaboration between Massachusetts General Hospital and AstraZeneca and what it can teach the industry.
Kanav Hasija, cofounder and chief customer officer at Innovaccer, sits down with Dr. Soham Shah, vice president of clinical informatics at Dignity Health, to discuss how his cloud-based platform accelerated the health system's COVID-19 response.
(Sponsored) In the next decade, interoperability will provide healthcare professionals with the efficiency they need, according to Tommy Soh, vice president, Allscripts Asia.