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Dr. Bridget Duffy, former chief experience officer at the Cleveland Clinic and CMO at Vocera, discusses burnout during COVID-19, how to protect the physical and emotional safety of the healthcare workforce, and how technology can help and hurt.
In the midst of the crisis, Ochsner Health organized, formatted and shared data for a "never again" scenario, says Amy Trainor, vice president of IS clinical systems.
Pam Hoffman, the medical director of telehealth services at Yale New Haven Health Services and Yale Medicine, discusses how telehealth became a service that required a "clinical champion" to a necessary part of the health system's offerings.
Digital maturity must be utilized to improve outcomes and manage the pandemic more effectively, says Hal Wolf, president and CEO of HIMSS.
Martin Lupinetti, president and CEO of HealthShare Exchange, speaks on lessons learned about data quality and reaching seniors during the pandemic.
Digital tools have been widely adopted across the globe during COVID-19, with remote monitoring for chronic care being popular in the Nordics, says Marianne Larsson, director of New Industries and Innovation, Innovation Skåne.
Providers and citizens have an open mindset, which has enabled rapid digital transformation to take place effectively during COVID-19, says Daniel Forslund, chairman of the Innovation and Development Committee in Region Stockholm.
The pandemic presented both challenges and opportunities for real-world data generation surrounding scale, privacy and ethics, according to Nigel Hughes, the scientific director RWD/RWE at Janssen Research and Development.
Wales has benefited from being a small system and prioritized tools that have proved popular with patients, says Ifan Evans, director of technology, digital & transformation, Welsh Government Health and Social Services.
Managing the whole population during a global pandemic poses challenges, but we should share our learning, says Päivi Sillanaukee, ambassador for Health and Wellbeing of Finland and DG of the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.