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Recognizing the difficulty of behavior change is the first step of helping patients take part in their care, says Motive Medical Intelligence's Director of Solution Development Bette Jane Reese.
Maureen Baker, chair of the Professional Records Standards Body (PRSB), talks about the work of the organization and its collaboration with providers of health and social care in the UK and abroad.
Stephanie Musso, chief HIPAA privacy officer at Stony Brook Medicine, talks about upcoming changes to HIPAA, new OCR enforcements of its right to access provision and more.
Malinda Peeples, VP of clinical services, programs and research at WellDoc, muses on how technology adoption is revamping personal health management.
An application design that is patient-centric can keep users motivated to use them over a long period, says Ayumi Maruyama, president of Triple Regards.
physIQ's Karen Larimer discusses her company's work to extract raw sensor readings from sensors and highlight the takeaways for clinicians.
A lack of third-party cybersecurity standards is hampering hospital-vendor partnerships, says Lorraine Bessmer, senior cybersecurity analyst at St. Luke's Health System.
Providing the healthcare workforce with resources to understand technology to deliver better care is an integral part of the national digital health strategy, says Dr Meredith Makeham, chief medical adviser at the Australian Digital Health Agency.
The speed at which Turkey has transformed digitally is seen as an excellent model to learn from, according to Sonia Khayat, general director of International Cooperation at Ministry of Health in Tunisia.
Through good news stories and valuable resources, the Digital Social Care website aims to engage and support adult social care providers in their digital journey, says Claire Sutton, digital transformation lead at the National Care Forum in the UK.