By  HIMSS TV 09:42 am June 12, 2020
First Databank has adjusted its own editorial practices as evidence of coronavirus drugs and treatment continues to evolve, explains Director of Product Management Anna Dover.
By  HIMSS TV 09:34 am June 11, 2020
Fortinet's Sonia Arista and Renee Tarun discuss staying on top of cybersecurity in a changing business landscape.
By  HIMSS TV 06:00 am June 11, 2020
Dr. Carl Nohr of the Canadian Medical Association discusses the arrival of the age of smartphone-enabled virtual care and remote monitoring and previews his upcoming HIMSS webinar exploring "person-enabled" healthcare during the coronavirus crisis and beyond.
By  HIMSS TV 08:04 am June 10, 2020
Central Logic CEO Angie Franks says health systems and state agencies are using her company's cloud-based technology to aggregate EHR and other data to get resources to hospitals most in need.
By  HIMSS TV 09:56 am June 09, 2020
The distance between leadership and direct care is creating a disconnect for patients, says Health Quality Council CEO Andrew Neuner.
By  HIMSS TV 09:35 am June 08, 2020
Enli Health Intelligence's CMO Dr. Joseph Siemienczuk describes the role of pop health IT during COVID-19 or any pandemic.
By  HIMSS TV 02:09 pm June 05, 2020
This week's top stories include shadow pharmacies peddling bogus COVID-19 cures, HHS giving hospitals additional aid and the challenges of optimizing the combination of virtual care and in-office visits.
By  HIMSS TV 04:50 pm June 04, 2020
HP's Daniel Colling and Raja Bhadury explain the company's moves to enhance telemedicine, accelerate vaccination research, and improve data and device security in the battle against the pandemic.
By  HIMSS TV 08:07 am June 04, 2020
Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, EVP and chief clinical officer at Providence St. Joseph Health, discusses how the coronavirus pandemic will affect the future of clinical care.
By  HIMSS TV 08:02 am June 03, 2020
Podimetrics CEO Dr. Jonathan Bloom discusses how digital health is being used to monitor high-risk patients with diabetes and avoid adverse outcomes.