By HIMSS TV 11:26 am June 20, 2019
Providence St. Joseph Health’s chief medical analytics officer is both a physician and a data scientist so understands clinical context as well as data structure, says CCO Amy Compton-Phillips.
By HIMSS TV 03:30 pm June 19, 2019
Advocate Aurora Health Chief Health Information Officer Tina Esposito explains how her organization is using predictive analytics to identify high-risk patients.
By HIMSS TV 02:15 pm June 19, 2019
Start with engaging the clinicians and have a team to standardize care to reduce variation for measurable changes, says Srinivasan Suresh, MD, VP at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
By HIMSS TV 04:55 pm June 18, 2019
Paula Cobb, head of Global Strategic Marketing for Healthcare Informatics at Philips, says the Future Health Index report focuses on how digital health technology can improve the clinician and patient experience across the globe.
By HIMSS TV 09:09 am June 18, 2019
Day 2 of our event in Helsinki included experts, startups and thought leaders discussing such pressing issues as interoperability and EHRs. Watch the stream in its entirety.
By HIMSS TV 09:07 am June 18, 2019
Watch the stream of the event's first day in its entirety, with discussions on hot topics including blockchain, cybersecurity and patient advocacy.
By HIMSS TV 05:11 pm June 17, 2019
Physicians and nurses need to be part of any planned digital implementations to ensure a successful digital transformation, says Philippe Kolh, CIO at University Hospital of Liège, a Stage 6 EMRAM hospital.
By HIMSS TV 02:57 pm June 17, 2019
It’s necessary to get clinicians interested in cybersecurity because of the potential risks to outcomes, says Saif Abed, MD, founding partner of AbedGraham Healthcare Strategies.
By HIMSS TV 10:08 am June 17, 2019
Michael Schwarz, executive director of IS at Indiana University Health System, says you don’t just jump into advanced analytics and machine learning. There’s a natural process.
By HIMSS TV 01:05 pm June 14, 2019
One misconception is that machine intelligence will replace human clinicians; AI and ML, in fact,  will actually make the field a more attractive career choice for physicians and radiologists, says CHOC Children's CIO Anthony Chang, MD.