Brendan Lovelock, health practice lead at Cisco Systems, talks about the challenge of linking the enormous amount of data generated by EMRs as well as consumer and enterprise devices in the same clinical space.
Hyland's ModLink captures measurements and metadata from multiple modalities and subsequently normalizes the information to meet the business profiles of the organization, says Peter Weston of Asia Pacific, Hyland.
Coviu's PhysioROM telehealth platform allows physiotherapists to monitor their patients' range of motion in a standardized manner for improved reporting and analytics, says Coviu CEO Silvia Pfeiffer.
Digital technology enables improved safety and health outcomes in dental care, which is a quickly evolving field, says Andrew Saunders, board director of Eastern Health and Dental Services Victoria and HIMSS AsiaPac Governing Council member.
Those living with chronic health conditions should be acknowledged and respected as the experts in managing their own care, says Renza Scibilia, Manager, Type 1 Diabetes and Consumer Voice, Diabetes Australia.
Dr. William Ibbotson, a medical officer with the Royal Flying Doctors Service, talks about rolling out a light, mobile and agile EMR system to better serve patients in rural Australia, where there may not be Internet or satellite coverage.
With the increasing volume and complexity of data in clinical situations, artificial intelligence can help support and guide care providers' decision-making processes, says Dimitri Fane, director of product management of TrakCare at InterSystems.
Samsung's wearable S-Patch ECG monitor collects and automatically uploads data to the cloud, which makes it is easier to use than conventional technology deployed for the same purpose, says Yun Hong, Global Business Manager, Samsung SDS.
Startups should work closely with their target audiences in the product-creation phase and healthcare providers need to be more willing to prescribe digital healthcare solutions, says Karolina Korth, founder of the Kuala Lumpur Health 2.0 chapter.
Healthbox, which was acquired by HIMSS in March, provides the platforms and opportunities for digital health startups to link up with payers and providers, says the company's president Neil Patel.