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Livongo CEO Zane Burke talks about how artificial intelligence can make care more personal from both the clinical and consumer perspective.
AMIA President and CEO Dr. Doug Fridsma gives his views on new ONC regulations covering full export functions.
Bill Gillis, CIO, and Dr. Sarika Aggarwal, CMO at Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization, explain how they collaborated to bring clinical staff in at the ground level, ensuring analytics tools were properly deployed for the ACO's success.
Teladoc Health's Dr. Alan Roga talks the evolution of telehealth from minor episodic care to managing complex conditions.
Dr. Phil Marshall, chief product officer at Conversa Health, says his company has seen growing enthusiasm for healthcare chatbots across both sides of the aisle.
Dr. Jacob Reider, CEO of Alliance for Better Health, explains how investments in social care will reduce the cost of medical care – and how technical and business infrastructure can be built to support social care providers.
Andrew Rebhan, consultant at The Advisory Board, discusses new advances in artificial intelligence and other emerging tech for which hospitals should prepare: biopsychosocial IT, internet of things, 3D printing, augmented reality and more.
Dr. Michael Sanders, chief medical information officer at Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida, describes how clinicians there are using unsupervised learning algorithms to reduce costs and prevent medical errors.
Hospitals and health systems should be fostering a culture where patient experience is valued and prioritized, says Sue Murphy, chief experience officer at UChicago Medicine. But that includes one key component: a positive experience for caregivers.
Dr. Vinay Vaidya, chief medical information officer at Phoenix Children's Hospital, describes how the health system is deploying analytics for its chronic disease management program, longitudinally tracking patients with an actionable dashboard.