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Dr. Helen Riess, a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and founder of Empathetics, speaks with Frank Cutitta, who was hospitalized for 100 days, about "institutionalized loneliness" and other emotional aftereffects of the pandemic.
The IT leader talks about how Penn State has managed population health during the pandemic with help from EHR tweaks, telehealth, data sharing via CommonWell and more. He also highlights some things healthcare can learn from other industries.
In the age of digital retail and travel, users are expecting more from digital health apps, according to Very Big Things Chief Creative Officer Renato Lopez.
The longtime chief information officer and practicing physician at Boston Children's discusses what it's like to take on a new top job during a pandemic, and describes his plans for vaccine distribution, telehealth and remote monitoring across Maine.
HIMSS Media editors welcome the HIMSS Government Relations team to discuss the vaccine rollout, broadband, Biden appointees and more.
In the new episode of HIT Cybersecurity, Nakia Grayson, IT Security Specialist at NIST, discusses the unique infosec challenges inherent in delivering care from hospital to home – and shares some resources that can help.
In the debut episode of HIT Cybersecurity, Kelvin Coleman, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, gives an overview of the current threat landscape – and offers tips for safeguarding a target-rich environment during COVID-19.
Dr. Azizi Seixas explores how intersecting social factors can exacerbate the consequences of the pandemic.
The chief information officer describes how her Baltimore-based health system has adapted its EHR and IT systems for complex COVID-19 vaccine scheduling and administration – and how it plans to capitalize on shifting provider-consumer paradigms.
HIMSS TV contributor, entrepreneur and patient advocate Kate Milliken shares her own story of beating COVID-19 and talking her doctor into prescribing monoclonal antibody treatment.