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Josh Mandel, health IT ecosystem lead at Verily, talks with Health 2.0 co-founder Matthew Holt about the evolution of healthcare applications and their broad adoption by EHR vendors.
(Sponsored) David Hancock, client engagement director at Intersystems, discusses the importance of having a standard information model to advance interoperability and gain wider adoption.
Simon Eccles, chief clinical information officer at NHS England, and HIMSS Chief Medical Officer Charles Alessi discuss the growing importance of patient access to data and the hurdles facing data sharing.
HIMSS Innovation Center Director Leslie Evans and Health 2.0 Co-Founder Matthew Holt discuss the important role programmers and developers play in improving healthcare for patients and systems alike.
Esteban Gershanik, MD, CIO of Louisiana Department of Health and Jim Geringer, director of Environmental Systems Research Institute, share their experience building partnerships at the state level and influencing policy.
(SPONSORED) Russell Leftwich, MD, senior clinical adviser for interoperability at InterSystems, lays out the specifications and applications for FHIR and outlines recent progress in interoperability.
To engage consumers, healthcare systems need to be designed so they are responsive to patients' needs.
The Immunization Integration Program (IIP) is a collaborative effort of CDC, HIMSS and healthcare industry partners to use electronic health records (EHRs) and other clinical software to improve U.S. immunization rates.
Richard Loomis, chief informatics officer at Elsevier is working to improve the quality of information in decision support systems in a way that extends across the care continuum.
Yuuri Ueda, MD, director of Health 2.0 in Japan, discusses the role of connected health and the state of healthcare innovation from a global perspective.