Dr. Elaine Batchlor, CEO of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital -- which attained HIMSS EMRAM Stage 7, shares the ups and downs of building healthcare infrastructure from scratch.
The collaboration platform for common workflows is able to translate a wide variety of formats into FHIR data to be exported downstream, says Lonnie Rae Kurlander, co-founder and CEO of Medal.
MITRE Lead Clinical Informaticist Sharon Sebastian talks about efforts to share clinical decision support (CDS) across domains.
Risa Stack, general manager at GE Ventures, discusses new trends in consumerism and patient engagement and describes advances in pharmacogenomic therapies – and explains how IT infrastructure and care processes must evolve to enable their potential.
Emily Hine, VP of business development at Meru Health, discusses her company's digital solution that aims to interrupt the downward spiral of depression and anxiety that could lead to suicide.
Susan Dentzer, president and CEO of the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation (NEHI), says that technology is no longer a barrier to at-home healthcare.
Esri curates 15,000 variables of lifestyle, behavioral, demographic, geographic and spending data from 130-plus countries that’s available through The Living Atlas website, says Dr. Este Geraghty, the company's CMO and Health Solutions Director.
Transparency with fair data usage is being explored in Finland, says Jaana Sinipuro, Project Director at Sitra, while the country's general outlook is that data should be shared and used to improve services where possible.
Australia's My Health Record provides more than 90% of citizens with a national eHealth record that can help users improve their digital health journey, according to Rachel De Sain, CEO, Codesain.
Rare conditions have been identified and treated successfully through pediatric gene testing, and is just one area of care that has been transformed, says Kate Birch, head of data and technology at Melbourne Genomic Health Alliance, Australia.