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Michelle Machon, director of clinical education, practice and informatics at Kaiser Permanente, outlines how Kaiser leveraged existing technology in unexpected ways during the pandemic to keep patients, providers and families connected.
Bill Hayes, MD, chief medical officer at CPSI, talks about providers' need to quickly access the most relevant patient information where and when they need it – and how machine learning he calls "cognitive logic" could help.
Mohammad Al Redha, MD, director of health informatics and smart health for the Dubai Health Authority, talks about how hospitals and health systems in the United Arab Emirates have implemented digital transformation to improve patient outcomes.
Tammy Kwiatkoski, director of clinical informatics at HIMSS, talks about how data supports digital transformation and enhances the patient experience, and about the importance of nurse informaticians in healthcare.
Mark Martin, vice president of product management for Availity, talks about how Availity uses machine learning and AI to help providers and payers streamline approvals, referrals and claims management.
Dr. Joel Diamond of 2bPrecise says precision medicine is moving into the mainstream, from pharmacogenomics in primary care, to genetic insights being used in an array of specialties.
Dr. Nirav Shah, medical director of quality innovation for NorthShore University HealthSystem, discusses how informatics and technology help spur innovation in delivering better healthcare remotely on the patient's terms.
Duncan Weatherston, CEO of Smile CDR, discusses how Smile, a FHIR-based enterprise data platform, helps enable payers, providers, researchers and others to manage data from a variety of sources, and outlines Smile’s plans for the future.
Rhonel Cinous, who serves on the Tech Access Group of the United Spinal Association, discusses the importance of making connected health innovations available and accessible to everyone.
Santosh Mohan, vice president of digital innovation at Moffitt Cancer Center, talks about the challenges oncology presents for digital health and how oncology providers should work with startups to improve the patient and clinician experience.