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Westchester Medical Center added strength to its 10-hospital system by creating redundancy in cross-coverage by physicians and specific COVID-19 workflows, claim Medical Director Corey Scurlock and Caregility's Wendy Deibert.
Prospective analytics must include business continuity scenarios that can be upended 180 degrees, says Peyman Zand, VP of CereCore.
Now 100 days in care, health IT professional Frank Cutitta gives a firsthand look at what healthcare gets right, and wrong.
The front door needs to be easy to open and extend beyond the system's website to search engines and guided interactions like text and chat, say Erin Jospe, MD, chief medical officer at Kyruus, and AVIA VP Sonia Singh.
The experience has made fans of patients who love virtual visits as more convenient, time-saving and equal to in-person care, says Dr. Chris Hobson, CMO for Orion Health.
Dr. David Rhew, chief medical officer and VP of healthcare at Microsoft, discusses how automation can help manage high patient call volumes, unwieldy medical device data and daily employee health screening.
"Beneath the Surface" co-producer and HIMSS TV host Kate Milliken tells how the online community she started for other folks living with multiple sclerosis grew into her new short film.
The age of smartphone-enabled virtual care and remote monitoring has arrived, says Dr. Nohr of the Canadian Medical Association, who previews his upcoming HIMSS webinar exploring “person-enabled” healthcare during the coronavirus crisis and beyond.
Gail MacKean, a founding member of IMAGINE Citizens Collaborating for Health, discusses the history of patient-centric care and the importance of including diverse voices.
Kevin Phillips, VP of product management at Capsule, discusses how digital tools can help stream data from tools ranging from ventilators to monitors.