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Arcadia sends over 1 million text messages in a frictionless outreach to close gaps in care, says CMO Dr. Rich Parker.
Deep Dive: COVID-19 will remain a challenge in 2021, but the vaccines raise hope that progress is being made in the battle with the coronavirus and there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Ramin Bastani, CEO of mobile-first platform Healthvana, describes its work with labs, providers and public health organizations to deliver test results with security, efficiency and empathy.
COVID-19 has highlighted why we must drive digital maturity with investment, while addressing data sharing models, says Ahmad AbuSalah, health informatics and intelligence officer, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, KSA.
Dr. Joe Drozda, director of outcomes research at Mercy, explores the pandemic's impact on health systems' supply chains ahead of his broader discussion at The Path Forward event on Dec. 8.
Abdulaziz Alkhlaif, CIO of Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Mishari Hospital, talks data transformation, artificial intelligence and the next generation of patient portals.
Verna Yiu, MD, president and CEO of Alberta Health Services, talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has taught her invaluable lessons in supply chain management, including the interdependency of every country during times of crisis.
Pothik Chatterjee, executive director of innovation and research at LifeBridge Health, discusses how his team responded to the crisis with mobile clinics, digital patient monitoring and on-site PPE production.
Digital skills should be prioritized by the workforce to help improve workflows and care pathways, says Dr. Osama Elhassan, coordinator of the ZIMAM initiative and board member of the International Society of Telemedicine & eHealth.
Laura Jonsson, a nurse practitioner and chief clinical officer at Matrix Medical Network, discusses how telemedicine technology and the different care paradigm it enables help nurses minimize stress and the burnout it can cause.