By  HIMSS TV 05:00 pm February 04, 2021
Moving from one-size-fits-all to personalized drug dosing can increase the efficacy and safety of medications, claims InsightRX CEO Sirj Goswami.
By  01:00 am February 04, 2021
Amir Vashkover with CyberMDX and David Franklin with Philips Healthcare talk about evolving threats, including ransomware, in the healthcare sector, making it crucial for hospitals to continuously monitor for them.
By  HIMSS TV 05:00 pm February 03, 2021
Jennifer Price, THREAD's executive director of data and analytics, discusses using remote monitoring technology to expand the reach of clinical trials.
By  HIMSS TV 06:00 am February 03, 2021
Telehealth integration: 2021 to be a crucial year, according to Bret Larson, CEO of eVisit.
By  HIMSS TV 05:00 pm February 02, 2021
Monica Jones, chief data officer for Health Data Research UK and executive lead for Yorkshire and Humber Care Record, says standardized datasets have required an acceleration of digital transformation and interoperable standards in particular.
By  HIMSS TV 06:00 am February 02, 2021
Christophe Doré, security manager at Capsule Technologies, discusses how hackers are using phishing attacks against employees working from home to gain their user names and passwords.
By  HIMSS TV 05:00 pm February 01, 2021
DrFirst President Cameron Deemer explains how ML applications can improve safety and efficiency – automating medication history in hospital EHRs and aggregating patient records in consumer apps.
By  HIMSS TV 06:00 am February 01, 2021
Megan Callahan, VP of healthcare at Lyft, details how the ridesharing company responded to new demands as a result of COVID-19.
By  HIMSS TV 07:54 am January 29, 2021
This week's top stories include a House bill that would protect virtual care access beyond the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, and DarioHealth acquiring Upright to add new capabilities to its condition management and behavior change platform.
By  HIMSS TV 04:32 pm January 28, 2021
Professor Claudia Pagliari, director of global eHealth at the University of Edinburgh, says sharing data with local public health authorities will improve management of public health crises while also reducing health inequalities.