Indu Subaiya, co-founder of Health 2.0 and executive vice president at HIMSS, discusses the value in bridging the gap between the start-up community and European hospital IT leaders.
Focus on Innovation
In September, we take a deep dive into the cutting-edge development and disruption of healthcare innovation.
Waheed Arian, founder of Arian Teleheal, discusses how specialists working for his charity use smartphones, and platforms like Skype, to connect with people in areas were conflict makes it difficult to seek medical attention.
Joanne Bosanquet, Deputy Chief Nurse, Public Health England, talks to Charles Alessi, Chief Cliniical Officer, HIMSS International, about the benefits which technology can provide clnicians, including the use of video technology, which can ensure the 'community stays connected.'
Adam Culbertson, HIMSS innovator-in-residence, and MobiHealthNews Editor Jonah Comstock discuss the possibilities tied to open-source development and look at a few of the innovations that are driving change in healthcare.
HIMSS Innovator in Residence Adam Culbertson and Brent Hicks, senior director of clinical solutions at the Cleveland Clinic, discuss the opportunities and challenges to tying EHR data with new applications.
Andrew Crabtree, Google Cloud Customer Engineer, gives a detailed presentation on the API threat landscape, security practices, and fresh tips on how to secure your API application to keep vulnerable health data secure.
Dan Gottleib, who leads the Smart Health IT project at Boston Children's, and Verily's Josh Mandel talk about FHIR, SMART and the concept of "substitute ability" as a means to improve interoperability.
Drew Myklegard, who leads the Veterans Affairs project, discusses with HIMSS Innovator in Residence Adam Culbertson the role outside developers are playing in finding solutions to improve the agency's care for veterans.