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Patient care is optimized with the use of artificial intelligence, which also helps reduce clinician burnout, according to professor Selwa A. F. Al-Hazzaa, MD, founder and CEO of Saudi Development Med.
The chief digital officer and system CIO at Wellforce describes the strategic opportunities – and the challenges – of moving the health system's entire Epic infrastructure and app ecosystem to AWS cloud.
(Sponsored) James Millington, director of Healthcare Industry Marketing at VMware, says the cloud is ready for healthcare, so expect healthcare organizations to be moving their data centers from on-premises to the cloud.
NIST Fellow Tao Zhang joins hosts Jonah Comstock and Mike Miliard to provide a primer on edge computing and explain what it can do for healthcare organizations.
A look at the history of EDI and ERP, why customizations bring risk and how to implement smart contracts to address these risks and improve the overall security picture for health system supply chains.
To optimize for accuracy, we have to rethink the controls, technology and tools we use, and then we can start to scale into workflows, says Michael Coates, co-founder and CEO of Altitude Networks.
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.
(Sponsored) Healthcare organizations are increasingly open to adopting new capabilities and technologies to deliver better and more efficient patient-centered care, says Tapan Mehta, global head of healthcare solution marketing at Nutanix.
CEMOSoft CEO Mahesh Dharan gives a rundown of his company's products for connecting devices to improve patient experience.
Cris Ross, CIO at the Mayo Clinic, describes his organization’s new 10-year partnership with Google Cloud that aims to look for the next breakthroughs that diagnose and treat complex and serious illness or conditions more effectively.