Newsletter | February 28, 2019

02.28.19 -- Less Talk, More Action: 3 Ways HIMSS19 Is Kickstarting Conversations

 
Featured Articles
Informed Hope: Hardwiring Compassion In Healthcare
Article | By M. Bridget Duffy, Vocera Communications

With the growing number of checklists and mounting pressures to improve quality, safety, efficiency, and performance, it is easy for healthcare providers to lose sight of an essential part of medicine — compassion.

The Healthcare Information Revolution
Guest Column | By Ron Fuschillo and Jeff Jorczak, Renown Health

Healthcare always has been at the forefront of technology adoption, whether that be biological (e.g., antibiotics) or mechanical (e.g., artificial hearts). But other than tracking patient records and schedules, information technology has not played a significant role in affecting the quality of care. That's all about to change.

Less Talk, More Action: 3 Ways HIMSS19 Is Kickstarting Conversations
Guest Column | By Susan M. Reese, Kronos Incorporated
With HIMSS19 continuing to build momentum for consumerism, integrations, and collaboration—as well as discussing the role they play in reshaping the healthcare industry—it’s with excitement (and anticipation for the future) that I share my perspective on each of these key areas.
In Case You Missed It
How The Decentralized Web Will Drive Innovation In The Healthcare Industry
Guest Column | By Jonathan Bingham, Janeiro Digital

Whether you are a practitioner, provider, or payer; digital health startup, Big Pharma, or tech vendor; the time to start exploring the decentralized web is now. Because by this time next year, its material impact on patient experiences, medical discovery, and innovation will have begun, and we can as an industry focus less on the burdens and liability of data privacy.

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