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Carolyn Witte, co-founder and CEO of Tia, discusses the growing world of "femtech" and what it means to run a startup during the coronavirus pandemic.
The front door needs to be easy to open and extend beyond the system's website to search engines and guided interactions like text and chat, say Erin Jospe, MD, chief medical officer at Kyruus, and AVIA VP Sonia Singh.
"Beneath the Surface" co-producer and HIMSS TV host Kate Milliken tells how the online community she started for other folks living with multiple sclerosis grew into her new short film.
Gail MacKean, a founding member of IMAGINE Citizens Collaborating for Health, discusses the history of patient-centric care and the importance of including diverse voices.
Julia Hu, founder and CEO of Lark Health, discusses why virtual care may be the way of the future for treating diabetes.
Anna Dover, director of product management at First Databank, explains how the company has adjusted its own editorial practices as evidence of coronavirus drugs and treatment continues to evolve.
Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, EVP and chief clinical officer at Providence St. Joseph Health, discusses the continuing COVID-19 response and telehealth's role along with the future of clinical care.
Data is the cornerstone of a well-functioning society, and in "Kanta," Finnish citizens are empowered to use their data effectively, says Sinikka Salo, senior medical officer at the Regional State Administrative Agencies in Finland.
Kistein Monkhouse, CEO and founder of Patient Orator, discusses that long history of racial inequalities in healthcare, and what that looks like in the current climate.
Northwell Health's Simita Mishra and Sabina Zak discuss how the health system has sought to learn more about its patients, and to use that information to provide them with better — and more personalized — care.