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Naomi Fried, CEO of Health Innovation Strategies, talks about developing the innovation lifecycle and how the "operationalization gap" can be avoided by engaging all stakeholders early on.
The benefits of technology were communicated early in the process, which helped prepare the workforce for change and cultivate an open-minded culture, says Katie Trott, CNIO, Royal Free London NHS FT.
The manifestation of digital health issues locally may differ, but there are plenty of opportunities to share learnings from matters such as workforce, according to Louise Schaper, CEO of Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA).
Jennifer Fogarty, chief scientist of Human Research Program at NASA, talks about the need for data-based clinical decision tools in space that are accessible to those who may not have medical training.
Dr. Annette Sobel, professor at Texas Tech University and board member at the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), discusses the research of human physiology and human factors in space medicine.
Philips Chief Nursing Officer Cindy Gaines, who toes the line between caregiver and technologist, gives her views on value-based care, patient experience and population health.
Margaret Law, president and CEO of HopeLab, describes the impact omnipresent connectivity has had on younger generations, as well as the tech-based tools that are helping negate it.
Kristi Ebong, SVP and GM at Orbita, describes how conversational AI can dynamically respond to and serve patients across the tech literacy spectrum.
The Clinically Integrated Supply Outcomes Model (CISOM) aims to improve quality and safety through the integration of supply chain and clinical data in healthcare organizations, says Anne Snowdon, director of clinical research with HIMSS Analytics.
Remote patient monitoring and digital cognitive health tools are two big areas of interest as Canada seeks improvements to its nationwide health system, says Di Jiang, team lead for connected health at National Research Council Canada.