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Dr. Korpong Rookkapan and Dr. Achirawin Jirakamolchaisiri from Bumrungrad International Hospital talk about how the entire ecosystem is ready for innovation and their organization's Asia Pacific HIMSS-Elsevier Digital Healthcare Award win.
Asia Pacific has moved beyond the shift to digital to use AI and machine learning to solve the practical problems, says Nikkole Couture, HIMSS TV host at the Bangkok event.
Dr. Panuratn Thanyasiri, CIO at Hua Chiew Hospital, reviews the goalposts for any hospital system's digital transformation efforts.
(Sponsored) GE Healthcare Enterprise Imaging Solutions' Omar Sunna explains how partnerships with cloud technology vendors, academics and international institutes have helped the company's AI platform tackle siloed healthcare data.
Dr. Tullawat Pacharapha of Vejthani Hospital sees big things to come for Thailand's medical tourism industry.
Winners of the Outstanding ICT Achievement Award and Outstanding ICT Innovation Award talk about what the recognition means to them and their journey in the implementation of the award-winning HIT projects.
In addition to being a standard for exchanging healthcare data, FHIR is a community of people who aims to create a "public treasure" that we all own, says Grahame Grieve, FHIR product director for HL7 International.
Jeremy Kagan, CEO of CardioLync, talks about breaking down information silos that would help clinicians and patients make informed decisions for better outcomes and minimize potential for harm.
Monvalee Phathanothai Guachamin, managing director of Greenline Synergy, discusses her impressions of working in healthcare after an earlier career in the financial industry.
Healthbox President Neil Patel discusses how healthcare organizations around the globe should be developing innovation strategies and adopting new technologies to survive in a value-based world.