HIMSS TV is your Insider’s Guide to everything HIMSS. We are the world’s first online broadcasting network, focused on global innovation and how information and technology are driving change in healthcare.
Deep Dive: Technology has a role to play as the best solution that connects data between providers and the community.
Deep Dive: From clinical decision support to revenue cycle to cybersecurity, machine learning algorithms are already transforming healthcare – but so much depends on how they're implemented.
Deep Dive: While the number of women in the health industry leadership roles continues to grow, equal representation in the field has a long way to go.
Deep Dive: Overwork has become an epidemic among physicians and nurses, with burdensome regulatory requirements and suboptimal EHR experiences only exacerbating their frustrations. Fixing the problem demands new strategies to restore joy to medicine.
Deep Dive: The four-part series on cybersecurity concludes with practical advice on preventing attacks and mitigating their fallout.
Deep Dive: The third video of this four-part series on cybersecurity explores why healthcare organizations need to be aware of the data and network risks that can be introduced by their business partners.
Deep Dive: The right culture, engagement, time frames and leadership must all be aligned, while EMRAM should provide the roadmap required to benchmark your organization digitally, wherever you are in the world.
Deep Dive: The second video of this four-part series explores the motivations behind healthcare cyberattacks, as well as the specific prizes hackers are targeting.
Deep Dive: In the first of this four-part series, healthcare cybersecurity veterans discuss the major risks facing today's healthcare organizations, and why protecting sensitive data and systems is a vital step in providing care.
In the first edition of HIMSS TV Deep Dive series, we look at the crisis of opioid addiction in the United States, and talk to a few of the doctors, civil servants and entrepreneurs looking for ways to treat and prevent overuse and addiction.