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Dr. Maulik Majmudar, CMO and co-founder at Biofourmis, says the success of hospital-at-home programs demonstrates the capabilities of virtual care delivery and technology.
Annette Lantos Tillemann-Dick tells the story of her daughter Charity, who received a second lung transplant in 2011 that allowed her to continue performing.
Feds say state-sponsored Russian actors have targeted a variety of critical infrastructure entities, including healthcare organizations, and Massachusetts releases a number of emergency orders in response to ongoing healthcare staffing shortage.
In November, AppliedVR scored FDA De Novo clearance for its EaseVRx system to treat chronic lower back pain. CEO Matthew Stoudt discusses how the technology works and what’s next in the pipeline for the digital therapeutic company.
Dr. Shelley Cooper, chief executive officer at SureShow, says virtual care can be a way to optimize scheduling and connect vulnerable people with services.
Cooperation, co-creation and culture are crucial in boosting innovation in Finland's capital city, along with adopting a health ecosystem approach, says Marja-Leena Rinkineva, director of economic development, City of Helsinki.
Dr. Azizi Seixas, the director of the Media and Innovation Lab at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, explains how it’s possible to bridge the gap between personalized medicine and population health.
The chief information officer describes how her Baltimore-based health system has adapted its EHR and IT systems for complex COVID-19 vaccine scheduling and administration – and how it plans to capitalize on shifting provider-consumer paradigms.
Four HIMSS Media editors discuss Oracle’s $28.3 billion buy, how industry analysts are reacting and what else might be on the docket for 2022.
Patient advocate Grace Cordovano speaks about how telehealth and virtual care have improved outcomes and made it easier for chronically ill patients to live fuller, more satisfying lives.