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HIMSS senior director Jonathan French speaks with Dr. Michael Zaroukian, CMIO at Sparrow Health System, about how Sparrow measures the success of using data and analytics to put interventions where they will do the most good.
Jason Johnson, Information Security Officer at Marin General Hospital and HIMSS Northern California Chapter President-Elect, says that the worst-case scenario for a security leader is to lose the faith of users.
Renown Health increased Medicare Advantage membership 4 percent by using data, analytics and outreach to get to know its consumer.
Arterys CEO Fabien Beckers says artificial intelligence and cloud computing can open new fields for big data, analytics and research on large multi-modal cohorts.
(Sponsored) Tushar Mehrotra, senior vice president of analytics at Optum, says that healthcare is at a turning point when it comes to using data analytics; that AI is no longer just a "nice to have" competency.
(Sponsored) Josh Gluck, VP of Global Healthcare Technology Strategy at Pure Storage, explains how the application and data storage silos built during the last few years has effectively trapped data in systems so it cannot be of value.
Adrian Zai, director of research at Partners HealthCare, says enabling innovators starts with creating a framework that supports them to move new ideas forward.
With 11 hospitals validated at Stage 7 on the HIMSS Analytics EMRAM, China has been making great strides toward digitizing healthcare. Yu Quan, CIO at China Medical University’s Shengjing Hospital, which achieved Stage 7, talks about the next steps.
Dzulkefly Ahmad, Malaysia's minister of health, argues that even if an organization has a good program and system in place, digitizing healthcare will not succeed if there is no clinical buy-in underpinned by training.
John Daniels, VP of HIMSS Analytics, says there is more to digitizing an organization than installing EMR functions, and discusses other adoption and maturity models including continuity of care, AI and infrastructure.