Liz Ashall-Payne, co-founder and CEO of ORCHA, discusses the tangible push to use health data securely and safely to support care and improve remote monitoring.
Anonymity and remote access are just two benefits of using digital tools to help improve the mental well-being of citizens, says Victoria Betton, mHabitat founder and director and HIMSS UK Advisory Council member.
Lessons from oil and gas industry successes along with Norway's pioneering culture help fuel the drive to maximize the healthcare system's potential, says Kathrine Myhre, CEO of Norway Health Tech and winner of the HIMSS Europe Future50 award.
Westchester Medical Center integrated data from the EHR using a machine learning algorithm to connect patients to the right sources of care, according to Simer Sodhi, the organization's director of data management & analytics.
Dr. Johanna Mattson, director of Comprehensive Cancer Center at Helsinki University Hospital, said cancer patients who used digital solutions to stay connected to their caregivers and report symptoms lived 6-7 months longer.
Finland's Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Päivi Sillanaukee, MD, PhD, says that health data collected has been used to improve life for the population, which has created trust between the government and citizens.
Amy Compton-Phillips, EVP and CCO at Providence St. Joseph Health, talks about her organization's chief medical analytics officer who is a physician and data scientist, so he is able to understand clinical context as well as data structure.
(Sponsored) DataRobot describes how advances in auto-machine learning and predictive analytics are enabling healthcare enterprises to be AI-driven.
Carium Chief Transformation Officer Lygeia Ricciardi says technology can make connections with people 24x7 and not just when they’re in a care setting to manifest empathy.
WAMBI CEO Rebecca Metter on looking at the clinician and patient experience through the same lens to impact both simultaneously and strengthen bonds between caregivers and patients.