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Recognizing the difficulty of behavior change is the first step of helping patients take part in their care, says Motive Medical Intelligence's Director of Solution Development Bette Jane Reese.
Dr. Larry Allen, the medical director of advanced heart failure at University of Colorado School of Medicine, describes why advancements in EHR technologies should be exciting the health industry.
Dr. Robert Harrington, president of the AHA, discusses why his organization — and cardiology as a whole — is primed for the adoption of data-driven innovations.
Dennis Robbins, a member of the AHA's Health Tech Advisory Group, describes the types of technologies he's excited to see and the challenges of identifying truly effective innovations.
Doug Adams, CEO and co-founder of Qura, says that "resilience is better than brilliance" for those hoping to upend healthcare with novel technologies.
Malinda Peeples, VP of clinical services, programs and research at WellDoc, muses on how technology adoption is revamping personal health management.
Hyunho Park, medical director of South Korean startup Vuno, describes a handful of recent academic projects employing algorithms and how similar technologies are making the jump into care.
physIQ's Karen Larimer discusses her company's work to extract raw sensor readings from sensors and highlight the takeaways for clinicians.
Chris Wasden, head of pharma at Happify Health, cites new connections and a chance to directly address physicians as the key benefits of attending conferences such as the AHA Scientific Sessions.
Dr. Jacqueline Shreibati, former chief medical officer of AliveCor, describes the company's mobile ECG tech and the industry's embrace of consumer-friendly offerings.