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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.
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.
ConsejoSano is a patient engagement platform that targets culturally diverse populations to make healthcare more accessible to those affected by social determinants, says the organization's COO Vikram Bakhru.
Jennifer Schneider, president of Livongo, talks about how her company uses data to empower individuals with chronic conditions to make daily decisions that affect their health.
Heal is bringing back the house call for primary care, says CEO Nick Desai, who adds that going into homes allows access to help address social determinants of health -- which control the majority of health outcomes.
Nurses, who represent the largest profession in healthcare, are well-positioned to drive innovation with digital tools, says Theo Fotis, Principal Lecturer at the University of Brighton's School of Health Sciences.
Stanford University School of Medicine Dean Dr. Lloyd Minor discusses how the data revolution and technological advances are changing medical school education and the potential of EHRs.
Shinji Yamamoto, director of the St. Marianna University School of Medicine in Japan, says he used a "go slow, but go steady" strategy to make small, incremental changes to overcome resistance to moving from paper to digital systems.
Dr. Edward Lee, executive vice president at The Permanente Federation, discusses how EHRs can facilitate care coordination, decision support and population health and talks about the latest telemedicine innovations.