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Between new government support and increased comfort with connected technologies, Biofourmis CEO Kuldeep Singh Rajput expects healthcare providers to continue shoring up their virtual care capabilities.
DrFirst President Cameron Deemer explains how practical machine learning applications can help improve safety and efficiency – automating medication history in hospital EHRs and aggregating patient records in consumer apps.
Paul Brient, SVP and chief product officer at athenahealth, predicts telehealth visits will even out, IPOs will continue and venture eyes will remain on digital health in 2021.
eVisit CEO Bret Larsen predicts "2021 will be a very telling year" with regard to telehealth integration.
Sarah Jones, VP at Best Buy Health, makes predictions about telehealth, senior care and the regulatory space in 2021.
COVID-19 has heightened public interest in vaccine and therapeutic research. It's time to build on that engagement, finding new ways to enroll volunteers in other clinical trials and improve the patient experience, says CCT President CJ Anderson.
Hackers are using phishing attacks to take advantage of employees working from home to gain user names and passwords, says Christophe Doré, security manager at Capsule Technologies.
Machine learning can help flag troubling patterns and improve systems moving forward, says Linguamatics' Dr. Elizabeth Marshall.
Vivify CEO Eric Rock on how health systems can use remote patient monitoring tools to maximize care’s potential.
Arcadia sends over 1 million text messages in a frictionless outreach to close gaps in care, says CMO Dr. Rich Parker.