Heard on HIMSS TV: Thought leaders talk about the state of the industry today

Heard on HIMSS TV: Thought leaders talk about the state of the industry today

HIMSS TV debuted on March 6 in Las Vegas. Audio system for the inaugural broadcast included James Madara, MD, of the American Medical Affiliation, David Harlow from the The Harlow Group, Nick van Terheyden of Incremental Well being, Ashish Atreja, MD, from Mount Sinai, Susan Dentzer from The Community for Excellence in Well being Innovation, Jim Douglas, the previous governor of Vermont and plenty of extra. This is a sampling of what you will hear on HIMSS TV World Community.

‘The place the affected person exists is the reality of our healthcare system. That’s the place we’ve to concentrate..’

James Madara, MD, and CEO of the American Medical Affiliation, outlines his concepts in regards to the want for fast, secured, permission-based (and cheap) medical workflow instruments to alleviate the executive burden on physicians. Study extra about Analytics on HIMSS TV.

‘Safety tends to make it troublesome to observe medical drugs.’

David Harlow, principal at The Harlow Group and Nick van Terheyden, CEO of Incremental Well being, debate the problem of balancing the necessity for safety with the constraints it locations on medical productiveness. Study extra about cybersecurity on HIMSS TV.

‘The cloud is as safe, or as much less safe as some other infrastructure. If applied accurately, it may really be safer and supply better privateness than an on-premises infrastructure.’

Anand Shroff, founder and chief improvement officer of Well being Constancy, explains probably the most basic false impression about cloud computing in regard to information safety and privateness. Study extra about Cloud Computing on HIMSS TV.

‘We’re seeing aggregation, which is an indication of maturity in how the applied sciences are rising.’

Ashish Atreja, MD, Mount Sinai’s chief innovation officer gives recommendations on discovering methods to innovate and preserve a finger on the heart beat of rising platforms aggregating data. Extra on Innovation on HIMSS TV.

‘Make the transactional expertise higher, with much less friction to allow human interplay.’

Susan Dentzer, president and CEO at The Community for Excellence in Well being Innovation and Sara Vaezy, chief digital technique officer at Windfall St. Joseph Well being, talk about bringing care to sufferers the place they’re by breaking down the partitions and creating digital care initiatives. Study extra about Affected person Engagement on HIMSS TV.

‘States can get the job finished.’

Jim Douglas, former Governor of Vermont together with Daniel Morhaim, MD, of the Maryland Home of Delegates and Jesse Topper from the Pennsylvania Home of Representatives, have a candid dialog on the problem of bettering the regulatory local weather for healthcare.

‘[An app] actually must be designed in a method that buyers can perceive it immediately. Don’t make it too complicated. And make it related to their wants.’

To have interaction shoppers, healthcare programs should be designed so they’re aware of sufferers’ wants says John Sharp, senior supervisor of  Client Well being IT, PCHA. Extra about Cell and different subjects on HIMSS TV World Community.