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The Society for Participatory Medicine's Joseph Ternullo and Eric Bersh talk about how to get patients in the driver's seat of their own care and their group's annual symposium that took place a day before the Connected Health Conference.
HealthBeacon CEO Jim Joyce discusses why his company decided to go deep on one important medication adherence use case: self-administered injectables.
Roxie Mooney, CEO and commercial strategist at Legacy DNA, describes the concept of patient co-creation – and says involving patients early in the design and development process can make for a better product and more successful launch.
HIMSS Media VP of Content Strategy Stephen Wellman highlights the can't-miss events for Connected Health Conference attendees seeking new technologies or impactful connections.
Sometimes technologies can be a hindrance if personal impact and realistic processes aren’t taken into account, says Steve Wretling, HIMSS CTIO.
Dr. Allison Weathers, associate CMIO at Cleveland Clinic, discusses how to ease the burden of EHRs and address pain points through an initiative called, "Getting Rid of Stupid Stuff" (GROSS).
Walter Pistor, director of digital health transformation at WebShield, describes how conflicting regulations and ingrained processes can hamper data sharing – and how his company can help build networks for secure sharing of sensitive data.
Raj Ratwani, director of MedStar Health National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare, discusses how policy, vendors and clinicians can work together to improve EHRs.
Glen Tullman, founder and chairman of Livongo, discusses the company's "Applied Health Signals," which aggregates and analyzes information to generate insights that could make it easier for individuals to stay healthy.
Evolution over revolution should be the focus for Germany in its efforts to advance healthcare digitally, but true value can only be realized with close stakeholder collaboration, says Armin Scheuer, HIMSS VP of international business development.