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Without transparency, how can patients opt in as to how their information is being used? asks Nicole Neumarker, EVP of Development and Innovation for Cotiviti.
Professor Rupa S. Valdez outlines how vendors and informaticists could work to improve virtual care accessibility.
Nursing informatics professional Judy Murphy weighs in on the potential for virtual services to bolster preventive care.
One challenge is competition for remote staff is nationwide, says Kimberly Scaccia, VP of Revenue Management for Mercyhealth.
Janet Dillione, CEO of Connect America, discusses the role of remote patient monitoring and hospital in the home in the evolving delivery of healthcare.
Michelle Snyder, partner at McKesson Ventures, talks why a "virtual first approach" could be the new norm.
Working with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Vocera, one facet is health justice as a critical component of safety.
A large portion of nurses report being overworked and exhausted, but recent advances in technology are helping to ease their burden.
(Sponsored) Transformation in telemedicine, AI diagnosis and AI-enabled medical devices have been accelerated during the pandemic, while innovative digital tools can now help in everyday life for South Koreans, says Yuri Jung, manager, F&D Partners.
Bias in dermatology toward white skin can result in missed diagnoses for people of color, say VisualDx physicians.