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Telehealth, visualization and the pandemic – Health Business Group – Health Article

https://healthbusinessgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/VisualDx-podcast-edited-recording.mp3 Dr. Art Papier, VisualDx CEO Infectious disease expert and dermatologist Art Papier is CEO of VisualDx. In this podcast interview we discuss the pandemic, telehealth, and racial disparities. Here’s what we covered: (0:13) Comparing today’s crisis with 9/11 and anthrax attacks(2:06) Lack of preparation for COVID-19(3:43) The all hazard approach to bio-preparedness(7:04) Why COVID-19 hit the US so hard(8:19) How the pandemic will end(10:04) Role of virtualization in diagnosis(13:50) What changes with telehealth(15:58) Future potential of telehealth(18:45) Impact of…

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Q&A with CIO Ryan Smith, Part 1: “We Have to Flex Our Muscles and Move Quickly.” – Health Article

Ryan Smith, CIO, Intermountain Healthcare When Ryan Smith first started as a software engineer at Intermountain Healthcare, he probably wouldn’t have guessed he’d come back one day as CIO. But he did aspire to become someone who could “influence the direction of technology,” just as Larry Grandia (the organization’s first CIO) had. And he knew that attaining a leadership role at a “pioneering institution” like the Utah-based health system wasn’t possible without the right experience. And so he went to…

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Telehealth: Redefining Delivery of Care & Igniting Radical Change – Health Article

Though a few were far down the telehealth road, many organizations only stood their programs up in response to the COVID-19 pandemic which exposed systemic issues in healthcare. Now, the opportunity arises to stand back and take stock of what can be improved or optimized. Going forward, organizations that have closed the capacity and capabilities gap will create opportunities for radical change and innovation in the areas of extended care delivery, clinical and operational workflows and interoperability and cybersecurity. In…

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What do patients think of virtual care? Interview with Kyruus’s Dr. Erin Jospe – Health Business Group – Health Article

https://healthbusinessgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Erin-Jospe-Kyruus-podcast.mp3 Dr. Erin Jospe, Kyruus CMO Patients have been receiving a megadose of virtual care since March. How’s it going and what will it mean long-term? Provider search and scheduling company, Kyruus asked 1000 patients for their opinions and published the findings. How Patients Learned About Virtual Care Options Kyruus Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Erin Jospe and I had a chance to catch up on the report and speculate about its implications in this podcast. Here’s what we discussed: (0:15)…

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Adaptive Clinical’s Tope Keyes on clinical trials in the COVID-19 era (podcast) – Health Business Group – Health Article

https://healthbusinessgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Tope-Keyes-Adaptive-Clinical.mp3 Temitope Keyes Thanks to COVID-19, the era of decentralized trials is now upon us. In this podcast interview, Adaptive Clinical Systems‘ Temitope Keyes and I discuss how trials are changing and what clinical data infrastructure is needed to make them flow smoothly. Questions include: Changes are underway in clinical trials right now as a result of COVID-19 The imperative for “frictionless clinical data.” Ensure optimal performance in the new environment New data sources and endpoints that will be employed…

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Dr. Adam Glasofer on Making Data “Actionable” – Health Article

Adam Glasofer, MD, Chief Innovation Officer & Associate Medical Director of Informatics, Virtua Health You never know where the next big idea will come from. It’s a talking point often used by leaders seeking to inspire creativity. But at Virtua Health, it’s more than lip service — and not just because the NJ-based organization has its own Center for Innovation. In fact, the idea that resulted in the deployment of intubation boxes to protect both providers and patients during Covid-19…

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[Podcast] How to Adjust Your Creative Strategies In Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic? – Health Article

Home » Blog » Interviews » [Podcast] How to Adjust Your Creative Strategies In Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic? Dana Callow, Executive Creative Director,Healthcare Success COVID-19 has been a life-changing event for us all. It’s the kind of event that has lasting effects on people that we can’t even truly see just yet. We’ve thrust an entire population into a cycle of grief that is ubiquitous but unique to every person. How will the healthcare consumer, patient, and caregivers‘ needs,…

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Interoperability for health plans. Interview with WK’s Karen Kobelski – – Health Article

https://healthbusinessgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/WK-Kobelski-6_4_20-9.43-PM.mp3 Karen Kobelski of Wolters Kluwer Health The 21st Century Cures Act (signed by President Obama in 2016) set out to make healthcare more patient-centric and increase patient access to medical records held by health plans. Implementation is occurring this year and health insurers need to improve interoperability in order to meet the requirements. In this podcast interview, Karen Kobelski, who runs Wolters Kluwer Health’s Clinical Surveillance, Compliance & Data Solutions business unit explains what plans are doing and how…

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CIO Matthew Gaug on the Importance of Partnering with Vendors – Health Article

Mathew Gaug, VP of IT & CIO, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center For many people, the key to a successful balance in life is in keeping work and family separate; ensuring the two worlds never collide. Some, however, have a completely different – and perhaps, more realistic – approach. Mathew Gaug, CIO at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center, views his team as family, often applying the same conflict resolution and communication strategies as he does in his own…

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CIO William Walders on the Basic Blocking & Tackling of IT – Health Article

William Walders, CIO, Health First There are few things more daunting than dealing with a natural disaster; especially when you’re new to the organization, and the storm headed your way is a category 5 hurricane. It’s the type of news that would send any leader into a panic — unless the individual in question has quite a bit of experience with disasters. Like, say, being in a submarine during a tsunami. Or providing relief after a devastating earthquake. Or, perhaps…

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Orion Health CMO Dr. Chris Hobson discusses HIE’s past, present, future – Health Business Group – Health Article

https://healthbusinessgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Orion-Health-podcast-12_7_19-9.15-PM.mp3 Dr. Chris Hobson Orion Health has been the Health Information Exchange (HIE) business around the world for more than 15 years. In this podcast, Chief Medical Officer Chris Hobson and I discuss the past, present and future of health IT. Topics include: (0:12) There are a lot of buzzwords in health IT: interoperability, population health, precision medicine. What is their relevance? (3:07) What new buzzwords will we encounter as we head into the new decade? (8:07) Health Information Exchanges…

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Kate Pierce on the “Many Hats” Worn in Rural Health – Health Article

Kate Pierce, Executive Director of IT & Clinical Informatics, North Country Hospital “We’re pretty much on an island.” For rural health organizations, it’s a harsh reality — especially ones like North Country Hospital, a critical access hospital based in Northeast Vermont where “the community is very dependent” on its facilities. In fact, NCH owns nearly every practice in the area, some of which are operating at a loss, just so patients won’t be left out in the cold. Being a…

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Erik Decker on Cybersecurity as a Shared Responsibility – Health Article

Erik Decker, Chief Security and Privacy Officer, University of Chicago Medicine A few weeks ago, HHS released the Health Industry Cybersecurity Practices (HICP): Managing Threats and Protecting Patients, a set of guidelines designed to help organizations of all types and sizes more effectively safeguard data. Though it was developed in response to a mandate set forth by the Cybersecurity Act of 2015 Section 405(d), the document that was born out of a two-year effort from more than 150 cybersecurity and…

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On Starting A Business + Creating An Inspiring Life: The Real Story (PART 1) – Health Article

This is Part 1 of a full series this month, taking you behind-the-scenes of building and creating a business & doing what you love: the ups, the downs, the tears & the real real. Yes, I tell this story every year, because every year there is more to share and tell and show you, especially for those of you that have dreams of your own business or something like it. Our stories are so important to tell, and are so…

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