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Brian de Francesca, CEO of Ver2 Digital Medicine, talks about how telemedicine has evolved and efforts to provide medical care to refugees in camps using a cloud-based electronic health record that was built on blockchain.
Rohit Ghosh, an AI scientist and founding member of Qure.ai, discusses deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning to radiology and examples of success stories.
Prof. Jane Griffiths, associate professor and chief nursing information officer at the Dubai Health Authority, sees game-changing tech on the healthcare horizon but clinicians need to be on board.
(Sponsored) Ian McCrae, founder and CEO of Orion Health, on using machine learning to provide medical records to physicians and nurses in a coherent manner so the data is usable and not overwhelming.
His Excellency Awadh Seghayer Al Ketbi, Assistant Undersecretary for Support Services at Ministry of Health & Prevention in the UAE, discusses the role of the government's AI strategy in improving outcome for patients and clinical staff.
Mike Fuller, regional managing director at InterSystems, says that shaping the future of healthcare IT requires an understanding of common problems and solving them in a whole health economy -- inside and outside of the hospital.
HIMSS Enterprise Board Chair Manish Kohli and HIMSS International EVP Bruce Steinberg discuss examples of digital transformation successes and failures throughout the world and lessons learned from each.
Mazin Gadir, senior consultant and advisor with the Dubai Health Authority, discusses the goals of the city's ambitious health strategy, including the transformation of delivery models, while not overburdening or burning out clinicians.
(Sponsored) Michel Amous, regional managing director at InterSystems, discusses how enabling providers and regulators to focus on patients will improve the quality of care delivered and potentially reduce the number of adverse events.