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By HIMSS TV 01:14 pm February 25, 2019
Christopher McCann, CEO of Current Health, discusses how his company’s wireless device generates data that is analyzed and shared with healthcare providers to improve the outcomes of high-risk patients at home.
By HIMSS TV 04:29 pm February 22, 2019
Delivering security to healthcare institutions requires a comprehensive plan that takes advantage of AI and machine learning.
By HIMSS TV 03:33 pm February 22, 2019
With its AI data platform, Gorilla Health provides aggregated and normalized healthcare data with customized views for clinicians, hospitals and patients.
By HIMSS TV 02:17 pm February 22, 2019
The power of the patient is huge and healthcare professionals should trust patients to manage their conditions more by engaging with them through available technologies, says Kristina Tägil, founder of AppInMed AB.
By HIMSS TV 04:59 pm February 21, 2019
While working to bring greater access to data and improved treatment, providers struggle to secure medical devices.
By HIMSS TV 03:36 pm February 21, 2019
A newly launched AI-powered dashboard helps monitor, track, treat and prevent hospital-acquired infections and improve patient health during hospital stays.
By HIMSS TV 11:50 am February 21, 2019
Patrik Sundström, program manager of e-Health SALAR, discusses how Sweden is moving healthcare from the hospital to the patient via technology, in line with the Vision for eHealth 2025 national strategy.
By HIMSS TV 06:37 pm February 20, 2019
(Sponsored) Providers can offer patients more touchpoints to improve engagement, experience and outcomes by using video conferencing and mobile apps.
By HIMSS TV 06:35 pm February 20, 2019
(Sponsored) AI enables providers to better monitor their systems and premises and offers real-time response and correction across their networks and facilities.
By HIMSS TV 04:20 pm February 20, 2019
Iris Frye, chair of the HIMSS African-American Special Interest Group, and Danielle Siarri, RN, discuss the power of coming together to effect change and adding their voices to boardrooms.

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