HIMSS TV is your Insider’s Guide to everything HIMSS. We are the world’s first online broadcasting network, focused on global innovation and how information and technology are driving change in healthcare.
Pia Heikkurinen, theme specialist, capacity renewal at Sitra, talks about the support the Finnish government is giving Sitra to back digital health startups and other healthcare innovators.
Jordi Piera Jimenez, chief information and R&D officer at Badalona Serveis Assistencials in Spain, says good systems and shared frameworks are important, but having government policy drive integration is key.
Indu Subaiya, co-founder of Health 2.0 and executive vice president at HIMSS, discusses the value in bridging the gap between the start-up community and European hospital IT leaders.
Hans Aubauer, general director of the Social Security Service of Austria, explains how his country is incentivizing the clinical and the patient community to improve care quality.
Miguel González Sancho, who heads the eHealth, Well-being and Ageing unit at the European Commission, explains how digital health is empowering patients to have more input into their care.
(Sponsored) Dr. Lennart Jahnke, chief digital officer at Germany's University Medicine Mannheim, joins Siemens Healthineers to discuss ways to give patients easier access to their data.
Neil Patel, executive vice president for Healthbox, which recently joined HIMSS, talks about the role his consulting firm can play in working with international digital health companies.
(Sponsored) Dr. Lennart Jahnke, chief digital officer at Germany's University Medicine Mannheim, talks about a partnership with Siemens to give patients facing liver disease broad access to their health data.
Angela Velkova, who manages the WHIT community for HIMSS Europe, discusses how women executives and clinicians are coming together to elevate each other and to stand up against the discrimination they still face in the workplace.
Hans Mekenkamp, owner and managing director at MedicalPHIT, says next-level imaging will offer patients advanced access while leveraging new workflows that make the process more efficient.