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Black clinicians and innovators, often unsung, have been responsible for many of the transformative medical advancements of the past two centuries. Here are some of their stories.
Sheldon Fields, VP of the National Black Nurses Association and founder of the S.D.F Group, brings historical context to today's COVID-19 racial health disparities.
The longtime chief information officer discusses the challenges of remote work for IT staff, having to hit pause on a big implementation due to the pandemic and what it means to serve the community during times of crisis.
North Dakota Department of Health's Mary Woinarowicz discusses how, although North Dakota doesn't lend itself to the easiest vaccine rollout, it has a secret weapon: a robust database called NDIIS.
The effects of the pandemic continue to push margins, volumes and outpatient revenues below the performance of the prior year, while HHS Secretary nominee Xavier Becerra signals support for virtual care.
(Sponsored) Jeff Evernham, VP of product strategy at Sinequa, discusses the power of Intelligent Search: its capability to analyze unstructured content and documents as well as structured information for faster, smarter decision-making.
Rob Havasy, senior director of connected health with HIMSS, speaks with Troy Keyser, director of Carilion Innovation for Carilion Health, about adapting and accelerating innovation on a smaller but just as important scale.
(Sponsored) There's been a regression in the use of virtual health since its huge spike at the beginning of the pandemic; the answer is changing the operating model, not better technology, say The Chartis Group's Thomas Kiesau and Gregg Mohrmann.
Black trailblazers in the medical field have made digital healthcare innovation possible, says Iris Frye, founder of Parity HIT.
HIMSS' Global Maternal Health Tech Challenge is looking for solutions to behavioral health and care coordination challenges.