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Whether addressing gaps in care, building dashboards for capacity planning or tackling fraud, waste and abuse, healthcare providers depend on data now more than ever, says Sue Willman, SVP and GM of Pharmacy and Data & Analytic Services at EXL.
Dr. David Rhew, chief medical officer and VP of healthcare at Microsoft, discusses how automation can help manage high patient call volumes, unwieldy medical device data and daily employee health screening.
Julia Hu, founder and CEO of Lark Health, discusses why virtual care may be the way of the future for treating diabetes.
Medicomp made early coronavirus-specific changes to its database and AI engine as the pandemic took hold in February – CEO Dave Lareau explains how the company has continued to innovate since then.
Deep Dive: From clinical decision support to revenue cycle to cybersecurity, machine learning algorithms are already transforming healthcare – but so much depends on how they're implemented.
Dr. John Halamka, newly named president of Mayo Clinic Platform, describes his view of what cybersecurity will look like in five years – and discusses his new gig in Minnesota.
physIQ's Karen Larimer discusses her company's work to extract raw sensor readings from sensors and highlight the takeaways for clinicians.
Artificial intelligence is the next priority in Turkey's drive to improve patient care, support clinical staff and pursue digital maturity, says Dr. Şuayip Birinci, the country's deputy minister of health.
(Sponsored) Siemens Healthineers aims to make the lives of physicians easier by increasing their confidence in treating their patients and ultimately improve patient outcomes, says Peter Körte, the company's EVP of digital health.
Mark Anderson, president of HealthPointe Solutions, talks about how AI from a clinical workflow perspective can help relieve the burden on physicians and improve the patient experience.