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Telehealth Connection TV: Dr. Danielle Hairston tells Iris Frye that virtual care isn't perfect, but its accessibility is an advantage.
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.
Telehealth Connection TV: The Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Silvia Perez-Protto discusses telehealth's role in advance planning for end-of-life care.
On this episode of HIMSSCast, host Jonah Comstock welcomes Healthcare Finance News Managing Editor Susan Morse and Associate Editor Jeff Lagasse to talk about the current state of affairs for hospitals.
Deep Dive: Advocates, lawmakers and HIMSS Global Health Equity Network leaders outline the disparities in maternal mortality and access to care among Black women, as well as the actions they're taking to address these social determinants of health.
Deep Dive: From Google's AI for mammograms to clinical trial recruitment, digital health is looking to tackle some of the biggest challenges in the breast cancer space.
Parham Eftekhari, executive director of the Cybersecurity Collaborative, explains how intelligence sharing and collaborative best practices can help with risk mitigation as pandemic-era cyberattacks increase.
Cue Health anticipates that by March it will have a production capacity of 100,000 coronavirus tests per day, while surging costs and revenue loss are forcing hospitals to rely on support from county governments.