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Rene Cabral-Daniels, CEO of Cenevia, discusses how digital is changing the game for those treating and caring for the medically underserved.
(Sponsored) Montreal-based software startup Imagia is expanding AI into cancer research, says Chief Technology Officer Florent Chandelier.
Dr. Jacob Reider, CEO of Alliance for Better Health, discusses the data and IT demands of coordinating SDOH efforts – and the imperative to serve underserved communities, where effects from COVID-19 will be felt long after the pandemic has subsided.
Parham Eftekhari, executive director of the Cybersecurity Collaborative, explains how intelligence sharing and collaborative best practices can help with risk mitigation as pandemic-era cyberattacks increase.
Building AI for a diverse population requires excellent data, say Dr. Art Papier, CEO of VisualDx, and Dr. Nada Elbuluk, the company's director of clinical impact.
The proper medical coding can make all the difference in reimbursement, says Angela Jordan, senior CDI Consultant at TRUSTED i10, an Abeo technology solution.
CentraCare Health improved point of service collections by 25% by giving options and out-of-pocket costs, says Sheri Liebl, the healthcare system's executive director of revenue cycle.
(Sponsored) AI-enabled decision making addresses critical data pain points along the patient's pathway, says Rahma Samow, senior VP of marketing and sales for Siemens Healthineers.
And as health systems face revenue cycle challenges due to COVID-19, delivering "patient-friendly" payment options is one key to maintaining margins, says AccessOne CEO Mark Spinner.
Irene Froehlich, chief communications officer at DrFirst, talks about the changing world of digital health and offers advice on starting a career in health tech.