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Using telemedicine to reach rural populations
Alan Podawiltz, D.O., chairman and associate professor for psychiatry and behavioral health at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, talks about how mental health professionals are using telemedicine to reach rural populations at AHCJ's 2015 Rural Health Journalism Workshop in Fort Worth, Texas.
Abner Mason, CEO of ConsejoSano, discusses why a one-size-fits-all messaging approach from health care institutions doesn’t work or build trust among diverse populations. He was a panelist at EHI’s Digital Health Equity Summit in November 2021.
Health Affairs: Telehealth
The December 2018 issue of Health Affairs is dedicated to Telehealth, a broad range of technologies used to connect clinicians to each other and to their patients. Distinguished authors examined the broad reach of telehealth and also highlight significant areas of unrealized potential and discussed their findings at a forum at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 4, 2018. Part 1 | Part 2
AI works to close brain-behavior gap with healthy eating app
Kyra Bobinet, MD, founder the neuroscience-based design firm EngagedIN, is working with AI algorithms in Walmart’s First Tri app to build a brain taxonomy to identify behavior to help individuals understand what motivation changes their food habits.
How blockchain will decentralize healthcare
Abel Kho, co-founder of Health Data Link, talks about the ecology of care and how data is transferred throughout the health care market.
The Evolution of AI with Cade Metz
Fresh Air, March 15, 2018 The evolution of artificial intelligence has exploded over the past five years, leading to computers that can drive and talk. New York Times' Cade Metz explains how machines are learning on their own.
May 2018 Videos from HIMSS, the industry's largest health information and technology educational program and exhibition center. Topics include open APIs, health IT an connected health, how engaged patients are healthier, virtual health care, cybersecurity and more.
Journey to HIMSS18
This series of webinars offers you the opportunity to get a heads-up on what’s new, what to expect, hot topics to explore, and how to plan your agenda for HIMSS18. The HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition brings together 40,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors from around the world. This series of webinars will provide a weekly exploration focused on hot topics ─ including cybersecurity, data analytics, HIE, innovation and more.
Code Red: HIMSS' Cybersecurity Podcast
Code Red focuses on cybersecurity challenges facing health care today & tomorrow, featuring the voices of the people on the front lines. The goal of the podcast is to explore the interplay between the people, processes & technologies that make up an organization’s cybersecurity posture from both a leadership & skills-based perspective.
Telehealth and e-consults
This webinar series from the California Improvement Network details how providers are using technology to reach and support patients outside the medical office.
Podcast series by the American Medical Association on changes to physician payments and health IT requirements.
Pulse Check: Farzad Mostashari
Dan Diamond interviews Farzad Mostashari, former National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He's now CEO of Aledade, a fast-growing company that blends digital and population health and riding the wave of Obamacare startups. The discussion ranges from Mostashari's start in public health, including efforts to curb smoking in New York City; moving the nation forward on using electronic health records; his thoughts on the Meaningful Use program, what it's like to be a government regulator; why he started Aledade; whether MACRA is a boon for the industry and if independent doctors are endangered and how new Medicare pilots will help. Listen on SoundCloud or iTunes. (May 5, 2016)
Pulse Check: Karen DeSalvo
Dan Diamond interviews Karen DeSalvo, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and and acting Assistant Secretary for Health. She discusses digitizing health care, how she’s shaped by her upbringing, her perspective as New Orleans health commissioner post-Katrina, how she balances her two big jobs (15:45), the nation’s progress on digital records and why white life expectancy has declined. Listen on SoundCloud. (June 1, 2016)
Listening In (With Permission)
Dr. Tom Delbanco on his crusade to help patients access their medical records (June 26, 2017)