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Justin Diehl, vice president of Epic services at CereCore, guides viewers through the hurdles where healthcare provider organizations are operating multiple electronic health records systems, and offers best practices to jump the hurdles.
Jim Hammer, vice president of operations and product development at Harmony Healthcare IT, offers his expert advice to healthcare provider organizations seeking to consolidate systems and data, and comply with the Cures Act.
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.
(Sponsored) Amaresh Tripathy, global analytics leader at Genpact, discusses why healthcare has been a laggard when it comes to digitization and why the "inflection point is now."
(Sponsored) Dr. John Janas, medical director of Twistle, discusses how automating communication for chronically ill patients not only gives them better access to care but improves the patient-provider relationship.
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.
Dr. Monica Bolbjerg, founder of Qure4u, offers her expertise in the arena of scaling digital health technologies, sharing best practices and real-world examples of those best practices in action.
Gerry Blass, CEO of ComplyAssistant, a software company that provides an integrated approach to cybersecurity and compliance for health systems, discusses the ramifications of the HICP law and best practices for healthcare organizations to comply.
Dr. Azizi Seixas explores how intersecting social factors can exacerbate the consequences of the pandemic.
(Sponsored) Atif Chaughtai, healthcare market leader with Red Hat, discusses looking for signals in data in a clinical setting to diagnose patients earlier than a typical diagnosis takes.