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There’s a huge disparity in health literacy, which affects how people navigate the labyrinth of healthcare, says Ian Slade, chair of the HIMSS Chapter Advocacy Taskforce.
Telehealth Connection TV: Dr. Danielle Hairston tells Iris Frye that virtual care isn't perfect, but its accessibility is an advantage.
(Sponsored) CEO envisions a global ecosystem that shifts healthcare from diagnose and treatment to wellness and prevention.
In this HIMSSCast episode, HIMSS editors discuss the healthcare issues at stake in the upcoming election.
(Sponsored) Montreal-based software startup Imagia is expanding AI into cancer research, says Chief Technology Officer Florent Chandelier.
With lower cost and less complex setup, integrated emergency alerts, motion sensors, smart cameras, temperature control and connected medical devices offer new opportunity for seniors to stay in their homes with enhanced remote monitoring.
During HIMSS Global Health Equity Week, panelists said a stronger focus on population health is needed to improve health disparities; meanwhile, drops in admissions are putting a financial squeeze on smaller and rural hospitals in particular.
To support health equity, Congress must expand telehealth access, says Terri Ripley, chair of the HIMSS Public Policy Committee and Virginia HIMSS Chapter Advocate.
The Alessi Agenda: Data-driven decision-making is what improves outcomes in the public health setting, as supported by cancer registries being shifted onto a digital platform, says Duncan Selbie, former chief executive at Public Health England.
Dr. Jacob Reider, CEO of Alliance for Better Health, discusses the data and IT demands of coordinating SDOH efforts – and the imperative to serve underserved communities, where effects from COVID-19 will be felt long after the pandemic has subsided.