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Cybersecurity, patient experience and public health dominate HIMSS conversation

August 13, 2021 HIMSS Media Season 2 Episode 35
HIMSSCast
Cybersecurity, patient experience and public health dominate HIMSS conversation
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HIMSSCast
Cybersecurity, patient experience and public health dominate HIMSS conversation
Aug 13, 2021 Season 2 Episode 35
HIMSS Media

This week the HIMSS global conference was back in person after the COVID-19 pandemic sidelined last year's event. After a week packed with hundreds of educational sessions, scores of vendor demonstrations and new meet and greets, the HIMSS Media editors sit down for a debrief on cybersecurity,  patient experience, public health, and more.

Talking points:

  • The mood and feel at HIMSS21
  • New cyber attacks require innovations in cybersecurity
  • More attention paid to the voice of the patient
  • Public health infrastructure gaps exposed by the pandemic
  • More work still needed on interoperability
  • Incorporating health equity and clinical trial diversity into the conversation
  • AI/ML in a low-key but foundational role
  • Star Trek and the Jetsons -- models for healthcare
  • Some keynote highlights
  • COVID lessons, positive and negative
  • The telehealth explosion and its aftermath
  • Value-based care is coming, but when?
  • Notes from the Pharma forum

More about this episode:

 
ONC, CDC want to fix the fragmented public health system COVID-19 exposed

HIMSS21 tech news: cloud, analytics and interoperability developments

Updates and lessons learned from AstraZeneca, MGH's AMAZE platform

Govs. Chris Christie and Terry McAuliffe trade jabs at HIMSS21

COVID-19 shined light on new opportunities for public health on social media

AI is the new paradigm in forecasting infectious disease risk

Former ONC head Rucker: APIs will ‘empower totally new business models’

Rainn Wilson makes us grateful for being number two

DHA director: Information and technology drive effective pandemic response

Show Notes

This week the HIMSS global conference was back in person after the COVID-19 pandemic sidelined last year's event. After a week packed with hundreds of educational sessions, scores of vendor demonstrations and new meet and greets, the HIMSS Media editors sit down for a debrief on cybersecurity,  patient experience, public health, and more.

Talking points:

  • The mood and feel at HIMSS21
  • New cyber attacks require innovations in cybersecurity
  • More attention paid to the voice of the patient
  • Public health infrastructure gaps exposed by the pandemic
  • More work still needed on interoperability
  • Incorporating health equity and clinical trial diversity into the conversation
  • AI/ML in a low-key but foundational role
  • Star Trek and the Jetsons -- models for healthcare
  • Some keynote highlights
  • COVID lessons, positive and negative
  • The telehealth explosion and its aftermath
  • Value-based care is coming, but when?
  • Notes from the Pharma forum

More about this episode:

 
ONC, CDC want to fix the fragmented public health system COVID-19 exposed

HIMSS21 tech news: cloud, analytics and interoperability developments

Updates and lessons learned from AstraZeneca, MGH's AMAZE platform

Govs. Chris Christie and Terry McAuliffe trade jabs at HIMSS21

COVID-19 shined light on new opportunities for public health on social media

AI is the new paradigm in forecasting infectious disease risk

Former ONC head Rucker: APIs will ‘empower totally new business models’

Rainn Wilson makes us grateful for being number two

DHA director: Information and technology drive effective pandemic response