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Pia Heikkurinen, theme specialist, capacity renewal at Sitra, talks about the support the Finnish government is giving Sitra to back digital health startups and other healthcare innovators.
Waheed Arian, founder of Arian Teleheal, discusses how specialists working for his charity use smartphones, and platforms like Skype, to connect with people in areas were conflict makes it difficult to seek medical attention.
(Sponsored) HIMSS International Chief Clinical Officer Charles Alessi sits with Qualcomm Chief Medical Officer James Mault to discuss the new possibilities technology gives clinicians to use the best information available to make care decisions.
Simon Eccles, chief clinical information officer at NHS England, and HIMSS Chief Medical Officer Charles Alessi discuss the growing importance of patient access to data and the hurdles facing data sharing.
Ron Roozendaal, CIO at the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, says the regulation gives patients a deeper stake in their own data
Charles Alessi, MD, chief clinical officer for HIMSS International, discusses the ways HIMSS is connecting global healthcare systems through education, partnerships and adoption models to advance care globally.
HIMSS CEO Hal Wolf discusses the organization's mission, and how the right information and technology can meet the challenges the industry faces across the globe.
Taavi Kotka, former CIO for the Estonian government, and HIMSS International Chief Clinical Officer Charles Alessi discuss Estonia's major e-health feat and look at conditions that made it possible to create a countrywide EHR.
Giovanni Delgrossi, chief information officer at Italy's Vimercate Hospital, explains how the system used the EMRAM model to streamline operations and ultimately secured buy-in from its physicians and nurses.
Claus Nielsen, whose new foundation seeks to ensure patient data is used responsibly, says reform is needed when it comes to the ownership of healthcare data, especially when it comes to giving patients more access.