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COVID-19 has encouraged stakeholders to collaborate more effectively on the use of data, which Bart De Witte, founder of HIPPO AI Foundation, hopes will help reduce health inequalities in a post-coronavirus world.
(Sponsored) Clinicians can leverage evidence-based knowledge in a meaningful way that can help at the bedside during situations such as COVID-19, says Dr. Ian Chuang, chief medical officer, EMEALAAP Health, Elsevier.
(Sponsored) Kuwait's 2035 vision aims to strengthen investment in high-quality healthcare, which has already led to increased efficiency, use of innovative technology and a changing culture.
David Champeaux, chief growth officer at Cherish Health and a member of the HIMSS UK Advisory Council, talks about the importance of designing innovation into care ecosystems and how we can ensure sustained adoption.
(Sponsored) Darine Ghanem, global head of personalized healthcare and patient access, global medical affairs, at Roche, discusses why patient care virtualization is in urgent need and how Roche is supporting the sector in using digital technology.
Technology has been embraced by the workforce to improve patient outcomes in areas such as barcode medicine and sepsis, says Dr. Afzal Chaudhry, director of digital and CMIO at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundations Trust in the UK.
Gavin Matthews, UK business development director at SkinVision, talks about using smartphones to help detect skin conditions.
Telehealth has clearly been adopted widely during COVID-19, but digital therapeutics, diagnostics and remote patient monitoring are predicted to play a more significant role moving forward, says Liz Ashall-Payne, founder and CEO of ORCHA.
Digital maturity must be utilized to improve outcomes and manage the pandemic more effectively, says Hal Wolf, president and CEO of HIMSS.
(Sponsored) The tools that Nuance has developed aim to improve workflows by reducing the burden of clinical documentation and preventing clinician burnout, says Frederik Brabant, VP of International Healthcare Operations, Nuance Communications.