Sharp Index Founder Janae Sharp says the unresolved issues of today are whether the industry will be subject to more regulation and how current payment and incentive models will evolve.
Jim Horowitz, manager at Beresford Ventures, says conferences such as HIMSS19 and its Health 2.0 VentureConnect event offer a valuable place to network and learn.
Savan Devani, founder and CEO of BioTrillion, explains how his experience with life sciences and technology has come full circle, from academic to professional to personal and back.
Program Executive Officer Stacy Cummings discusses how DoD is deploying a new network built with cybersecurity in mind, using a risk management framework, and undergoing regular white hat assessments.
Carium Chief Transformation Officer Lygeia Ricciardi on applying behavioral change science aligned with the way humans are wired to move us toward better health.
(Sponsored) Stacy Tselekis, principal at Grant Thornton, discusses opportunities for women in the digital space, the importance of mentorship and the real value of having a diverse workforce.
(Sponsored) Nancy Green, Global Healthcare Business Development & Strategy Executive Leader at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, talks about how the Women in Health IT initiative has grown and expanded.
Lee Kim, HIMSS director of privacy and security, discusses how recent research has shown more hospitals raising their baseline security posture.
Pew's HIT project director Ben Moscovitch says the tech can be used to foster interoperability but there are some key questions that need to be answered first, including ones about privacy and security.
The industry has learned a lot during the last decade, done the best it could in many ways and now we’re ready to use lessons learned to move in new directions, says Subha Airan-Javia, associate professor at Penn Medicine.