Richard Staynings, an independent executive security leader, says that the concept of keeping patients safe should go beyond infections and falls to include protecting their data from security breaches.
Ali Parsa, Babylon Health CEO, talks about the AI technology powering the company's service and his mission to deliver access to digital health tools to everyone throughout the world.
Simon Lin, VP of APAC HIMSS, talks about what's driving growth of digital health markets in Thailand and Indonesia, including investments from major healthcare players as well as an increasing demand for technology in the space.
Dr. Yuuri Ueda, director of Health 2.0 in Japan, discusses a health tech innovation hub to support startups that was recently launched by the country's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI).
ConnectedHealth CEO Ronald Ling explains how the organization's SugoSure monitors, identifies and manages type 2 diabetes through the patient, physician and health coach.
Taking a measured and 'start small' approach to healthcare IT usually results in greater adoption compared to a top-down, government approach, says Joe McDonald, director of Connected Health Cities in the UK.
Christian Besler, CDO of AC Health in the Philippines, talks about how his organization utilizes family clinics, pharmacies and digital platforms to increase access to healthcare.
Cryptoloc Technology Founder Jamie Wilson discusses the limitations of blockchain, including its inability to give privacy back to the consumer and the speed of transactions.
Deo Dumaraos, CEO of Syncmed Informatics Corp, discusses how by fusing together health baselines with daily habits of patients, the niña health app is able to generate preventive programs that would help reduce health insurance utilization and costs.
Bruce Leong, director of technology and strategy at Mount Alvernia Hospital in Singapore, talks about the ground-up approach to innovation and collaboration at his ever-evolving organization.