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Patientory's population health, data analytics and patient engagement app is built on a decentralized blockchain network, says CEO Chrissa McFarlane.
The organization's ultimate goal is to use analytics to reduce administrative waste in healthcare, says CEO Brian Robertson.
The future is to build a worldwide network for diverse data on a global scale, says Derek Baird, president, North America, Sensyne Health.
Analytics can transform overwhelming data into actionable intelligence to improve the caregiver experience and patient outcome, says Jerry Shultz, president of Lightbeam Health Solutions.
Juli.co CEO Bettina Hein says the juli app helps providers and patients manage complex conditions such as asthma, depression, bipolar disorder, migraine and chronic pain using formerly siloed data.
MatrixCare CTO John Weatherbie describes how his company is using AI to stay ahead of the curve.
Reid Oakes, executive VP, HIMSS Analytics, and Dr. Anne Snowdon, director of clinical research, HIMSS Analytics, Canada, discuss the changes and the opportunities that COVID-19 has created for digital health.
(Sponsored) AI can help accelerate workflows for improved efficiency and patient experience and advise on clinical and operational optimization to allow physicians and staff to focus on what they do best and offer the best possible care to patients.
There are additional use cases for leveraging continuous video observation beyond monitoring patients for fall risk. And AI has a role to play. Caregility's chief strategy officer explains.
Bias in dermatology toward white skin can result in missed diagnoses for people of color, say VisualDx physicians.