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Though technology has radically changed how healthcare is delivered, many people worldwide don’t have access to high-speed internet, creating a divide between those who can and can’t use the most innovative types of care.
Telehealth can reach underserved communities, but there are barriers, including lack of coverage and consumer discomfort. A concerted effort is needed to increase its adoption and efficacy in a post-pandemic world.
Danielle Louder, program director at the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center, gives a brief overview of the state of telehealth reimbursement at the federal and state levels.
Paul Amadeus Lane of the United Spinal Association discusses digital transformation and how virtual rehab, AI and machine learning can enhance quality of life.
Vanessa Guzman discusses how community-oriented, coordinated, team-based care is now possible thanks to new and improved data sharing, consumer-facing healthcare apps, telemedicine, and other capabilities.
DaShawn Groves provides an in-depth look at a scalable care delivery model and technology solution to assist individuals with complex needs that seamlessly integrates primary care, behavioral health and social services.
Deep Dive: Advocates, lawmakers and HIMSS Global Health Equity Network leaders outline the disparities in maternal mortality and access to care among Black women, as well as the actions they're taking to address these social determinants of health.
Melanie Surber discusses the significant value of HIEs in accelerating social determinants of health data interoperability to better address people’s social needs and improve health across communities.
(Sponsored) Tim Suther, SVP of data solutions at Change Healthcare, talks about how Social Determinants of Health Analytics services provide data EHRs don't capture, not only benefiting patients, but also payers, researchers and providers.
The acceleration and increased adoption of technology during the pandemic is a positive takeout, but the digital divide must be addressed by greater investment, says professor Sam Shah, founder and director of Faculty of Future Health.