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By HIMSS TV April 02, 2019
Zipari CEO and founder Mark Nathan talks about how payers have been putting the focus on consumers by building better transparency and trust over the last five years.
By HIMSS TV April 01, 2019
Medial Earlysign is helping hospitals turn data into action for particular high-need use cases, says CEO Ori Geva.
By HIMSS TV April 01, 2019
Meru Health’s behavioral health app can interrupt the downward spiral that leads 400 physicians each year to take their own lives, claims Vice President Emily Hines.
By HIMSS TV April 01, 2019
Jay Spence, vice president of healthcare solutions at Kaufman Hall's software division, explains why providers need a now, near and far paradigm to link strategy to a financial plan.
By HIMSS TV March 29, 2019
Healthcare is at a turning point when it comes to using data analytics; AI is no longer just a "nice to have" competency, says Tushar Mehrotra, senior vice president of analytics at Optum.
By HIMSS TV March 29, 2019
Brian de Francesca, CEO of Ver2 Digital Medicine, discusses efforts to provide medical care to refugees in camps using a cloud-based electronic health record built on blockchain.
By HIMSS TV March 29, 2019
Rohit Ghosh, an AI scientist and founding member of Qure.ai, discusses how AI and deep learning are improving healthcare, giving an example of how they are advancing radiology.
By HIMSS TV March 28, 2019
Microsoft Chief Medical Officer Simon Kos says health systems are still stuck in the 20th century so the software giant is focusing its efforts on AI, population health, public cloud, precision medicine, virtual services and more.
By HIMSS TV March 28, 2019
Parham Eftekhari, executive director of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, says hospitals have to demand more secure products so manufacturers wake up to realize prospective clients are buying based on security.
By HIMSS TV March 28, 2019
Patients need a better experience when paying medical bills, says Deirdre Ruttle, vice president of strategy at InstaMed.

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