Dr. Elaine Batchlor, CEO of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital -- which attained HIMSS EMRAM Stage 7 -- shares the ups and downs of building healthcare infrastructure from scratch.
Scott Musial, chief solutions officer at Aetion, describes how the company's technology can aggregate disparate datasets to assess the effectiveness of pharmaceuticals and enable easier FDA compliance.
SAFE Health cofounders Lauren Weiniger and Ken Mayer describe how their technology connects with labs and EHRs, enabling safer sex by allowing users to securely show verified STD status on their smartphones.
Dr. Daniel Kraft, founder and chair of Exponential Medicine, discusses reinventing health in medicine to get unstuck from a "sick care system."
The collaboration platform for common workflows is able to translate a wide variety of formats into FHIR data to be exported downstream, says Lonnie Rae Kurlander, co-founder and CEO of Medal.
Omri Shor, CEO of Medisafe, describes how his company's medication management platform, which is now integrated with Apple Health Records, enables an easier way to keep tabs on prescriptions and boost medication adherence.
Risa Stack, general manager at GE Ventures, discusses new trends in consumerism and patient engagement and describes advances in pharmacogenomic therapies – and explains how IT infrastructure and care processes must evolve to enable their potential.
Ari Tulla, CEO of Quest Analytics, compares and contrasts the United States and European healthcare systems – and explains why eliminating data silos is key to outcome improvements in each.
Dr. Steve Lockhart, CMO at Sutter Health, discusses social determinants of health and says that unequal care is among the "most disappointing elements" of the US healthcare system.
Susan Dentzer, president and CEO of the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation (NEHI), says that technology is no longer a barrier to at-home healthcare.