By HIMSS TV 04:25 pm November 07, 2019
Julie Robinson, chief scientist at NASA's ISS division, talks about using health research on the International Space Station to prepare for a long-term mission to Mars.
By HIMSS TV 11:49 am November 07, 2019
Alex MacLeod, manager of HealthShare Commercial Initiatives at InterSystems, shares the key areas where artificial intelligence is expected to make a real difference in healthcare in the coming years.
By HIMSS TV 07:02 am November 07, 2019
Bradford Power, founder of Reengineering Cancer Treatment and an author focused on process improvement, speaks from experience on why oncology treatment needs to become more personalized.
By HIMSS TV 02:08 pm November 06, 2019
It’s important to collect the right data for the right purpose, and patients should be rewarded for sharing their data, says Health Enovation CEO Grace Lee.
By HIMSS TV 11:34 am November 06, 2019
Jay Spitulnik, associate director of the health informatics graduate program at Northeastern University, talks about how the clinical IT professionals of the future are becoming more attuned to the needs of patients.
By HIMSS TV 09:10 am November 06, 2019
Johnathan Pascall, EMEA sales director of uPerform by Ancile, says clinicians need access to the resources required to use digital systems as painlessly as possible to free up their time.
By HIMSS TV 04:38 pm November 05, 2019
There are challenges centered around human physiology and human factors in space and other extended environments, says Dr. Annette Sobel, professor at Texas Tech University and board member at the Translational Research Institute for Space Health.
By HIMSS TV 02:05 pm November 05, 2019
Dr. Jonathan B. Clark, associate professor of neurology at Baylor College of Medicine, says the future can learn from past failures, successes in space medicine.
By HIMSS TV 08:01 am November 05, 2019
Nonin Medical's Chris Holland and telehealth consultant Mark VanderWerf discuss how the usability and logistics improvements made to Nonin's pulse oximeter make the device more desirable for the elderly.
By HIMSS TV 02:25 pm November 04, 2019
Space health research can teach us a lot about aging, including in such areas as osteoporosis and neurovestibular system issues, says Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor at UC Davis and former NASA astronaut Stephen K. Robinson.

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