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Dr. Allison Weathers, associate CMIO at Cleveland Clinic, discusses how to ease the burden of EHRs and address pain points through an initiative called, "Getting Rid of Stupid Stuff" (GROSS).
Roxie Mooney, CEO and commercial strategist at Legacy DNA, describes the concept of patient co-creation – and says involving patients early in the design and development process can make for a better product and more successful launch.
Dr. Jennifer Schneider, president of Livongo, talks about how her company uses data to empower individuals with chronic conditions to make daily decisions that affect their health.
Erin Trimble of 23andMe discusses the value of polygenic risk scores, ways to make genetic information actionable for better health and the importance of equipping primary care providers to talk with their patients about genetics.
Pamela Garmon Johnson, VP of health equity and national partnerships at the American Heart Association, explains how the AHA is targeting social determinants of health, addressing gaps in care and improving the health of underserved populations.
Holly Rimmasch at Health Catalyst says many health systems are living with feet in both worlds, but diverse incentives will eventually force a reckoning. She also discusses how data can help hospitals allocate thin resources like care managers.
Dame Fiona Caldicott, national data guardian for health and social care in England, discusses attempts at using patient data to improve the health and care of citizens, and the importance of raising awareness and building trust.
Victoria Betton, founder and managing director of mHabitat, details the process of introducing technology in challenging healthcare environments.
Caron Swinscoe, chief nurse at NHS Digital, talks about the recent launch of the HIMSS Nursing & Midwifery Network for England.
Rachel Blank, co-founder of Rory, explains how the digital health clinic is helping remove the stigma around discussion of women's health and opening access to telemedicine-based treatment.