By  HIMSS TV 07:17 am January 27, 2020
Older adults live in a world where they are invisible, so it's time to create one that enables them to thrive, says Dr. Louise Aronson, professor of geriatrics at UCSF. 
By  HIMSS TV 12:15 pm January 24, 2020
Jeremy Kagan, CEO of CardioLync, says his company is breaking down information silos to help clinicians and patients make informed decisions for better outcomes and minimize potential for harm.
By  HIMSS TV 06:00 am January 24, 2020
Michael Coates, co-founder and CEO of Altitude Networks, says we have to rethink the controls, technology and tools we use and then scale into workflows to optimize for accuracy.
By  HIMSS TV 02:00 pm January 23, 2020
John Sharp, Personal Connected Health Alliance at HIMSS, says if consumers trust the healthcare source, conveying compassion, or "digital empathy," is possible through such innovative technologies as virtual coaching and chatbots.
By  HIMSS TV 08:13 am January 23, 2020
To minimize risk, there are certain features and offerings that third-party vendors need to have, according to Jigar Kadakia, chief information security and privacy officer at Partners HealthCare, and Ed Gaudet, CEO at Censinet.
By  HIMSS TV 02:00 pm January 22, 2020
Healthbox President Neil Patel says healthcare organizations around the globe need to develop innovation strategies and adopt new technologies to survive in a value-based world.
By  HIMSS TV 06:00 am January 22, 2020
Joseph Dorocak, manager of population health analytics at Cleveland Clinic, describes some of the staffing and process strategies the health system uses as it puts AI to work to improve patient outcomes and financial return.
By  HIMSS TV 02:00 pm January 21, 2020
Justin Gernot, vice president of HIMSS subsidiary Healthbox, says common pitfalls of healthcare innovation include the lack of follow-ups, the lack of an innovation strategy and an overemphasis on technology.
By  HIMSS TV 08:36 am January 21, 2020
Tohoku University's Dr. Masaharu Nakayama says his group was able to withstand the disruption of Japan's 2011 earthquake but that level of resilience is difficult to maintain.
By  HIMSS TV 02:00 pm January 20, 2020
Motive Medical Intelligence's Director of Solution Development Bette Jane Reese says the first step of helping patients take part in their care is recognizing the difficulty of behavior change.