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Kerry Amato, executive director of health innovation at HIMSS, speaks with Brook McCall, director of the Tech Access Initiative at the United Spinal Association, about the importance of involving the patient from the start when designing technology.
In this episode of Accelerate Health Podcast, Dr. Ellen Seely, director of clinical research for Brigham and Women's Hospital and research lead for Heart Health 4 Moms, discusses how pregnancy complications are a window into future health issues.
Rob Havasy, senior director of connected health with HIMSS, speaks with Troy Keyser, director of Carilion Innovation for Carilion Health, about adapting and accelerating innovation on a smaller but just as important scale.
Dr. Joe Kvedar, senior advisor of virtual care at Mass General Brigham, discusses the future of virtual care as the population ages.
Dr. Richard Milani, chief clinical transformation officer of Ochsner Health System, discusses how digital tools are changing the chronic care landscape.
Technology Association of Oregon President and CEO Skip Newberry points to early implementations of smart homes to address the social determinants of health and the barriers they faced.
Connected thermostats and fitness trackers are a good start toward smart communities, but Parks Associates' Jennifer Kent says consumers expect many digital health devices to be reimbursed or provided by public or industry stakeholders.
From healthcare to emergency response to broadband, "virtually every stakeholder" will need to play a role in transforming urban areas into smart communities, says the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Sokwoo Rhee.
Swapna Kakani, a patient advocate, tells her story of living with a rare disease and becoming a part of the emerging wave of patient leaders.
Pam Hoffman, the medical director of telehealth services at Yale New Haven Health Services and Yale Medicine, discusses how telehealth became a service that required a "clinical champion" to a necessary part of the health system's offerings.