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The Colorado health system manages patient flow by predicting bed capacity, rooms and clinical teams needed, says Jamie Nordhagen, UCHealth's director of capacity management and patient representatives.
April Kapu, DNP, president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, gets to the heart of the nursing shortage today and discusses where health IT can benefit – and hurt – nurses in their daily routine.
Trilliant Health's Sanjula Jain explains how Amazon's planned $3.9 billion acquisition of primary care company One Medical could affect providers and patients.
Michelle Machon, director of clinical education, practice and informatics at Kaiser Permanente, outlines how Kaiser leveraged existing technology in unexpected ways during the pandemic to keep patients, providers and families connected.
Interviews have put the focus on health disparities, access to care and the lack of rural providers, says Heidi Altman, associate professor at Georgia Southern University.
Dr. Tamsin Brown, delivery lead at NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur Programme and pediatric lead at ORCHA, shares her learnings from the pandemic, including a mindset shift among patients and clinicians regarding digital tools and apps.
Tammy Kwiatkoski, director of clinical informatics at HIMSS, talks about how data supports digital transformation and enhances the patient experience, and about the importance of nurse informaticians in healthcare.
According to Tarja Stenvall, Sanofi SVP of key markets and general medicines, a crucial cornerstone is to have well-informed and engaged patients. With less red tape, she finds, trust will turn into better patient engagement.
Well Living Lab’s Barb Spurrier, executive director and Chi Lam, director of technology, talk about a competition they’re hosting called “The Home as a Hub for Health” to help find partners in improving human health in indoor environments.
Hannah Galvin, MD, chief medical information officer at Cambridge Health Alliance, talks about balancing granular data segmentation and patient-driven consent-management tools for patient privacy, interoperability and health equity.