By  HIMSS TV 09:39 am August 06, 2019
Simita Mishra, Northwell Health's population health informatics lead, says the organization addresses the quadruple aim - including physician burnout - by reducing redundancies and increasing efficiency.
By  HIMSS TV 10:19 am July 31, 2019
Rare conditions have been identified and treated successfully through pediatric gene testing, says Kate Birch, head of data and technology at Melbourne Genomic Health Alliance in Australia.
By  HIMSS TV 05:14 pm July 30, 2019
Codesain CEO Rachel De Sain discusses how Australia's My Health Record enables the country’s citizens to improve their digital health journey.
By  HIMSS TV 07:34 am July 30, 2019
Jaana Sinipuro, project director at Sitra, says transparency with fair data usage is being explored in Finland, while the country's general outlook is that data should be shared and used to improve services where possible.
By  HIMSS TV 09:58 am July 29, 2019
Patients can manage their own healthcare from home if given the right tools, says Konstantin Hyppönen, chief architect at Kanta Services in Finland.
By  HIMSS TV 05:07 pm July 26, 2019
The NHS.UK platform provides users with an app that allows them to access their own records, book appointments, order prescriptions and do basic triage, says James Hawkins, director of strategy at NHS Digital.
By  HIMSS TV 09:10 am July 26, 2019
There are new ways data and technology application can improve the future of care, says HIMSS CTIO Steve Wretling.
By  HIMSS TV 09:47 am July 25, 2019
Liz Ashall-Payne, co-founder and CEO of ORCHA, discusses the push to use health data to support care and improve remote monitoring.
By  HIMSS TV 05:21 pm July 24, 2019
The value of blockchain in healthcare goes beyond data ownership, access and control, as well as consent management, says Mirko De Maldè, president at Government Blockchain Association Italy.
By  HIMSS TV 01:23 pm July 23, 2019
Not only can augmented reality and virtual reality help patients better understand their condition, but the technologies can help train residents in different approaches to surgery, says Tristan van Doormaal, a neurosurgeon at UMC Utrecht in the Netherlands.