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Bill Hayes, MD, chief medical officer at CPSI, talks about providers' need to quickly access the most relevant patient information where and when they need it – and how machine learning he calls "cognitive logic" could help.
Dr. Joel Diamond of 2bPrecise says precision medicine is moving into the mainstream, from pharmacogenomics in primary care, to genetic insights being used in an array of specialties.
Alfred Hamilton, CEO and president of Technology Solutions Consulting, discusses how the data available to consumers can help them make decisions about their health and why COVID-19 will permanently change the industry.
Dr. Richard Baron, president and CEO of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the ABIM Foundation, weighs in on how organizations can promote technology satisfaction and mitigate clinician burnout.
Kyruus's Scott Andrews and HealthSparq's Harlan Edlin discuss how organizations can improve their patient engagement.
Two experts join HITN Senior Editor Kat Jercich to discuss the role health IT can play in pandemic-related research.
The future includes decision-support tools, remote patient monitoring and digital therapeutics, says Jodi Daniel, partner in Crowell & Moring's Health Care Group.
Patient engagement consultant and HIMSS Digital Influencer Stacy Hurt talks about the importance of continuing telehealth post-pandemic, especially for disabled and immunocompromised patients.
Elise Kohl-Grant, chief information officer at Innovative Management Solutions NY, explains why the consumer and patient perspective needs to be considered when building digital health tools, particularly in the behavioral health space.
Zoom Global Healthcare Lead Ron Emerson discusses the lasting changes to the healthcare industry coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.