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By HIMSS TV 01:47 pm March 01, 2019
James Weese, system vice president at Aurora Healthcare, says that even though machine learning has great potential, most of the trials he's seen have not been successful.
By HIMSS TV 11:22 am March 01, 2019
Tammy Kwiatkoski, director of clinical informatics for the HIMSS Office of the CTIO, explains why advancements in healthcare technology, while necessary, can’t take away the way of the human element.
By HIMSS TV 05:02 pm February 28, 2019
There are promising opportunities for transformation, especially in Asia and Middle East, says Hee Hwang, CIO of Seoul National University Bundang Hospital.
By HIMSS TV 04:39 pm February 28, 2019
Lighter is working with both hospitals and grocery delivery systems to deliver customized meal plans to patients with food restrictions, says CEO Alexis Fox.
By HIMSS TV 02:49 pm February 28, 2019
Earlier screenings result in earlier detection of eye disease, says Robin Tenenbaum, IT director, El Rio Community Health Center.
By HIMSS TV 12:08 pm February 28, 2019
Harvard University’s Stan Shaw and John Halamka of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center discuss the goal of an executive education joint venture between Harvard Medical School and HIMSS.
By HIMSS TV 06:18 pm February 27, 2019
Brightree is working with the CommonWell Health Alliance to enable patient-centric interoperability across the spectrum of care, says Brightree VP of Strategic Initiatives Nick Knowlton.
By HIMSS TV 05:46 pm February 27, 2019
Nick van Terheyden, managing director of Incremental Healthcare, discusses the benefits of focusing on wellcare not healthcare, since finding a condition early results in better outcomes and better costs.
By HIMSS TV 11:34 am February 26, 2019
Lisa Simpson, CEO of AcademyHealth, discusses the different types of innovation – from technology to value-based care and population health to state-based healthcare experimentation – that are disrupting the healthcare industry.
By HIMSS TV 02:14 pm February 25, 2019
Georgia USA works with established healthcare enterprises and entrepreneurs to better utilize the state’s resources and workforce.

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