Not many Health IT startups get to the successful exit. This week Charlie Lougheed co-founder of Explorys now an IBM company joins us to discuss technology and the Healthcare Startup space.
Dr. David Bensema joins us once again to provide insight on the recent announcement from the VA on removing the state barriers for telehealth. Also, a conversation about the role of the CMIO from someone who has been a practicing physician, CMIO, and CIO for a health system.
Lowest unemployment in a century, good news or bad news for Healthcare IT? We explore strategies for addressing the growing talent shortage. Also, my guest puts me on the spot with regard to recent Cyber changes in the Whitehouse. All this and more on This Week in Health IT.
One of the most important conversations in healthcare is how to handle the increasing pace of change. Agility is required and a pre-requisite is an intentional framework to handle rapid change. Architecture.
This Week, Tressa Springmann CIO of LifeBridge joins us to discuss CMS’ big announcement around the future of MU or Promoting Interoperability. We also talk with Tressa about the Apple Health record implementation at LifeBridge.
The VA CIO just stepped down. Ed and I embark on a thought experiment of what we might do if we were asked to step into the role. Plus seven rapid-fire questions from precision medicine to the future of work for Health IT. A packed 40 minutes of insight.
David Chou and I sit down to discuss data privacy with regard to the medical record. In addition, we take a look at some of my favorite “David Chou” social media posts. Role of the CIO, Digital Transformation, and alignment of priorities between the business and the office of the CIO.
Microsoft does a major reorganization deemphasizing the operating system and Vanderbilt shows off NLP/AI for navigating the EHR. Could this signal a change in computing paradigms? How to grow the number of women in Health IT leadership roles.
Sarah Richardson joins us to discuss Apple’s medical record expansion from 13 to 39 healthcare systems. Does this signal the start of the revolution? An important discussion on gender pay equity and what are CIO’s spending their time on?
Healthcare on FHIR, MyHeathEData, BlueButton for 53 Million Medicare Patients, and a confirmation on the direction and actionable response from Joe Biden on these announcements. Today we are joined by my good friend Aneesh Chopra.
Cloud and Machine Learning have arrived, CIO as Convener, CMS Big Announcements in a Discussion with John Halamka
Use cases are real, adoption is happening in the cloud and for machine learning. What the CMS announcements mean for the consumer in healthcare and how the role of the CIO has changed to a convener. Dr. John Halamka joins us for a fun look at the big announcements at HIMSS.
My Friend David Baker, CIO of Pacific Dental joins me from the HIMSS floor to discuss the hits and hypes of HIMSS 2018.
This week we cover a Wall Street Journal article on the future of Hospitals. Is interoperability possible through a single vendor? Finally, we dive deep on the subject of Physician Burnout and what can be done to stem the tide.
My friend Charles Boicey joins to talk practical Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. We also discuss the push to a national unique patient identifier in healthcare.
Should we grade healthcare on the curve? What is the real reason that Allscripts on Azure is a big deal? Why are healthcare startup investors in New York getting antsy? and Stephen Klasko from Jefferson Health welcomes us to a brave new world of digital transformation.
This Week Drex Deford joins us to discuss where Amazon fits best into healthcare. Why the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch matters to healthcare IT and how “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast” and wins Super Bowls.
We recap an exciting week where not only do Apple and Amazon make big announcements but they bring big successful players along with them with JP Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway. Plus a great discussion on the role of the CIO with Sue Schade former HIMSS/CHIME CIO of the year.
Dr. David Bensema joins us to discuss these stories: Does Epic hinder innovation? Depends on when you ask | Panel charged with improving nation’s health IT infrastructure set to meet.
Plus Google Glass, breaking down the wall between physician, computer and patient.
Also, should we all be considering Hamburger U?
Mega-Mergers are the talk of the town we explore the implications to health. Also, are we negotiating with terrorists when we pay ransomware? May want to set a policy before it happens to your health system. Finally, beyond the buzzword of Digital Transformation.
What else do you do with Episode 1? We explain what the podcast is and who it’s for. We also cover the non-profit track of the JP Morgan Healthcare conference. Lots of interesting insights into what lies ahead from the CEOs of 22 non-profit health systems.