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Personal health records, health information exchange and other digital health learnings can be extracted from the Middle East experiences, says Sam Shah, digital health advisor and former NHSX director of digital development.
In addition to being a standard for exchanging healthcare data, FHIR is a community of people who aims to create a "public treasure" that we all own, says Grahame Grieve, FHIR product director for HL7 International.
CaroMont Regional Medical Center reduces ER overflow hours from 1,700 to just 148 by using telehealth, reports Healthcare IT News Managing Editor Bill Siwicki in a recent case study.
Jeremy Kagan, CEO of CardioLync, talks about breaking down information silos that would help clinicians and patients make informed decisions for better outcomes and minimize potential for harm.
Monvalee Phathanothai Guachamin, managing director of Greenline Synergy, discusses her impressions of working in healthcare after an earlier career in the financial industry.
Healthbox President Neil Patel discusses how healthcare organizations around the globe should be developing innovation strategies and adopting new technologies to survive in a value-based world.
Hee Hwang, CIO of Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, talks his organization being South Korea's first fully digital, paperless hospital with its own homegrown EHR and how staying at the forefront of innovation.
In addition to providing higher quality at a lower cost for patients, we need to get better at identifying payment models that reward physicians in the value-based environment, says David Grauer, senior VP, Health Catalyst.
Julie Robinson, chief scientist at NASA's ISS division, talks about applying findings of the effects of space travel on human health to prepare for a long-term mission to Mars.
Catherine Domingo, operations manager at the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), describes how her group evaluates whether a technology could contribute to care during spaceflight.