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Patient engagement consultant and HIMSS Digital Influencer Stacy Hurt talks about the importance of continuing telehealth post-pandemic, especially for disabled and immunocompromised patients.
The chief digital and information officer describes how the health system developed a new Alexa Skill designed for home care patients, and discusses larger emerging trends around artificial intelligence and remote patient monitoring.
Ricky Sahu, CEO at 1upHealth, talks about the potential of interoperability and price transparency to help patients get the data they need to take charge of their own care.
Robert Cohen, former president of Appriss Health, talks about how Appriss works with providers, payers and patients to coordinate care and break down the stigma around behavioral health treatment.
Dr. Alan S. Young, head of clinical partnerships at KēlaHealth, discusses the potential of artificial intelligence and data analytics to help clinicians get a full picture of a patient's health.
The technology leader looks back on the decision 10 years ago to transition a 130-year old conglomerate into a company focused on healthcare, and describes the forward-looking investments Philips is making in data and informatics.
Dr. Bill Hayes, chief medical officer of CPSI, describes the importance of tools that help surface relevant, timely clinical data.
Dr. Shelley Cooper, chief executive officer at SureShow, says virtual care can be a way to optimize scheduling and connect vulnerable people with services.
VyTrac CEO Zach Fink describes how technology he developed to bring healthcare access to hurricane survivors in Puerto Rico found use cases at home.
Sheeza Hussain, chief commercial officer at Biofourmis, explains how the company’s advanced analytics engine finds baseline metrics for individual patients so their providers can assess when they need medical intervention.