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In Health, the Power of Content is the Power to Transform Lives
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Lyn Falconio, CMO, Publicis Health [EPA: PUB]

Content creators and engagement strategists for health are accelerating on all fronts towards relationship-driven content — specifically, creating invitational, collaborative, dynamic, two-way content that puts people and their needs first....

The Latest Trends in Patient Engagement
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Mobile health technology can be leveraged by healthcare organizations to ensure patient engagement. FREMONT, CA: More than anything, consumers prefer excellent services. Hence, it is imperative that healthcare organizations ensure consumer...

Aligning ALM Strategy with Market Disruptions
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Robert Basham, Director - Information Management, Scripps Health

Traditional Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) modeling in healthcare has undergone a total transformation in the last eight years. Historically many organizations adopted a best of breed approach that allowed each of the organizations...

Providing Quality Medical Services at Low Cost
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Lynn Barr, Founder & CEO, Caravan Health

A strong communication system, which can connect physicians, nurses, and an extended care team even in situations of emergencies, is required to provide adequate medical care for patients. A number of healthcare companies use the pager systems as...

Fulfilling the Promises of Health Information Technology: Expect to Maximize Positive Patient Care Outcomes, Advance Analytics and Innovate Research with Tele-Healthcare Application
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Donna Lee Armaignac, Director Best Practice, Baptist Health South Florida

The challenges to healthcare delivery today are surpassing conceivable solutions. Increasing number and severity of patients exist with concomitant decreased supply of and access to care specialists. Higher acuity patients that were formerly cared...

The Future of Robotics in Surgery
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Roger Smith, PhD, CTO, Florida Hospital Nicholson Center

Robots entered the operating room around 2000 in the U.S. following several successful research projects sponsored by DARPA. Since that time, Intuitive Surgical’s da Vinci machine has become the dominant player in robotic surgery with...

Does Patient Engagement Really Matter in the Business of Healthcare?
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Sujay Kakarmath, MD MS, Research Fellow, Data Science & Analytics, Connected Health Innovation, Partners HealthCare

Patient engagement has become a theme that is being repeated ad nauseum in healthcare. By being primary stakeholders in their own health, aren’t patients already engaged in their health? Moreover, given that healthcare is a universal human...

A Workflow Makeover
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Rich Temple, VP/CIO, Deborah Heart and Lung Center

Possibly the biggest system upgrade a healthcare system can go through today involves changing the currently used Electronic Health Record (EHR) system to a newer, technologically-savvier one. In Deborah’s case, its EHR has been in use for...

Healthcare IT Evolution
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Laura Wilt, Systems VP & CIO at Ochsner Health System

Technology Innovation and the Role of a CIO With rampant technology innovation, the role of a CIO has evolved from managing infrastructure to a key player in the decision-making process of an organization. In the wake of the increasing...

Now That There's Agreement to Invest in Innovation, Let's Make it Meaningful
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Nancy Yates, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health

Health care digital innovation has hit a milestone. No longer are executives questioning “if” they should invest. In fact, in a recent study, more than 75 percent of healthcare executives said digital innovation is key to their...

Evolving Data Security Involves Database Architecture
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Tom Basiliere, CIO, Provant

A few weeks ago, my wife got a call from my daughter. She called to ask us about the risk of using a mobile funds exchange service that required her to enter her bank account number into a mobile app so that funds could be transferred in and out...

Are Health Systems Ready For Innovation?
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Lauren Cheung, Senior Director of Strategy and Operations, Stanford Medicine

The imperative to change healthcare and its delivery is upon us. As new forces in healthcare converge, including healthcare consumerism, the entry of traditional technology companies into healthcare delivery, and the increased amount of data and...

The Big Data Revolution in Wellness
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Dale Rayman, SVP, Sharecare

It’s 7pm and the phone rings. You know exactly who it is–your health coach. The last time you spoke, you told them the best time to call you was after dinner. But tonight, you’re behind on a work project and the kids need...

Key Questions for Developing an Effective Simulation Program
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Scott Hudson, Director of the Simulation and Skills Center, The University of Texas at Austin

The use of simulation in healthcare education has been growing exponentially in recent years. Multiple factors are contributing to this growth: the increased competition for traditional clinical training sites due to the rising number of...

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: Revolutionizing the Physician/Patient Relationship
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Kali Durgampudi, VP of Innovation, Mobile Architecture, R&D, Healthcare Solutions, Nuance Communications

The abundance of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and connected technologies being introduced daily are pushing the limits of innovation and raising expectations with every passing day. Thanks to these developments, particularly in...

Should We Really Point the Finger at Technology for Patient Care Challenges?
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Sheri Stoltenberg, Founder & CEO, Stoltenberg Consulting

As patient expectations evolve, today’s healthcare providers must also adjust in order to meet consumer demands along with government mandates and reimbursement requirements. Yet still, many clinicians struggle with providing desired patient...

EHR: Journey from Transactional to Transformational
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Joe Longo, MBA, CHCIO, Vice President of IT Enterprise Technologies, Parkland Health & Hospital System

Thanks to some federal-driven programs, and the general perceived technological lag that the healthcare industry, many consider the timespan of approximately 2005 through 2015 as the “EMR Gold Rush,” which was fueled by the...

Sharepoint's Business Value And Evolution To Team Sites
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Jason “JD” Duigou, CIO, Medxcel Facilities Management

SharePoint On-Premises For more than a decade, many companies have adopted a SharePoint on premises solution to meet various functional uses. Common uses range from basic web-enabled file sharing to corporate intranet with sites and sub-sites....

Building on Success-A CIO's Dilemma
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Jamie Nelson, CIO, Hospital for Special Surgery

I have the good fortune of being the CIO at the leading musculoskeletal hospital in the U.S., maybe even the world. Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), located in New York City, was named the No. 1 orthopedic hospital in the country for the...

Reducing and Recovering your IT spend
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Jake Dorst, Chief Information and Innovation Officer, Tahoe Forest Health System

The much-discussed transformation of the hospital CIO from the technically focused, to a role that now encompasses those functions as well as vendor and project management, biomedical/clinical engineering, customer service, enhancing the...