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In a preview of her keynote address at the HIMSS Healthcare Cybersecurity Forum, Anita Allen, professor of law and philosophy at University of Pennsylvania explains why "data sharing is the new health ethic."
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.
Brenda Schmidt, head of enterprise growth at Redesign Health, explains a collaboration that aims to find, build and scale digital health companies that focus on children.
Kathy Ford, chief product and strategy officer at Project Ronin, talks about the progress healthcare has made with AI, whether the industry is still risk averse, and AI in action today at Project Ronin.
The bank helps physicians understand needs, develop solutions across treasury tools and automate back office functions, says Lauren Ruane, co-head of healthcare for J.P. Morgan’s Middle Market Banking & Specialized Industries.
Lisbeth Votruba, RN, chief clinical officer at AvaSure, a vendor of a tele-sitter technology for acute virtual care, discusses when a virtual nurse is needed, the skill set required, outcomes hospitals are seeing, and more.
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.
An app that supports clinicians in overcoming communication barriers at the point of care has empowered patients, such as those in perinatal care, says Rachael Grimaldi, cofounder and CEO of CardMedic.
Brave Health CEO and cofounder Anna Lindow discusses how the virtual behavioral healthcare provider will use its recent $40 million Series C raise.
Yamin Durrani, CEO of Kami Vision, discusses the company's new AI-based fall-detection tech for elder care that uses home cameras to detect when a fall occurs, then notifies concerned parties, while aiming for privacy.