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Where is the tech making progress? Where is it lagging? Blockchain expert Maria Palombini, director, healthcare and life sciences practice lead, global business strategy and intelligence, at the IEEE Standards Association, has the answers.
Where are EHRs evolving to? What are innovations leading the evolution? Where will EHR technology be in 10 years? Mutaz Shegewi, research director for provider IT transformation strategies at IDC Health Insights, offers answers.
Tyler Cohen Wood, cofounder of Dark Cryptonite, talks about where CISOs, CIOs and other health security leaders should begin, what to avoid, educational best practices in cybersecurity and how to make it personal.
Delayed care means higher acuity, longer stays and more complicated cases.
Andrew Lovewell, CEO at Columbia Orthopaedic Group, discusses a tech platform that offers a messaging component for 90 days after surgery as well as extensive education and recovery assessment.
David Bucciferro, vice chair of the Electronic Health Record Association and co-chair of the association's Opioid Crisis Task Force, shows how electronic records can and have helped.
April Kapu, DNP, president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, gets to the heart of the nursing shortage today and discusses where health IT can benefit – and hurt – nurses in their daily routine.
How have regional health information exchanges evolved to serve their members during the pandemic? What does the future hold for regional and nationwide interoperability? John Kansky, the IHIE CEO offers perspective.
Clinicians need answers to be in the workflow at the point of care, says Stephen Zander of Cedar Gate Technologies.
Chirag Shah, an AI expert and professor at the iSchool at the University of Washington, discusses some practical and ethical imperatives as Google, Meta and others advance their research efforts.