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Top Stories for 2/26

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse: Operating margins and other hospital metrics are struggling to recover from a winter COVID-19 surge; HHS pick Becerra praises telehealth. Plus: Google launches CareStudio to tackle EHR navigation issues.Links to the stories:U.S. hospitals and health systems face a long road to recoveryHHS Secretary nominee Xavier Becerra signals support for virtual careGoogle rolls out EHR navigation tool Care Studio
February 26, 2021
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Health equity, caregiver diversity, and COVID-19

HIMSSCast host Jonah Comstock welcomes Sheldon Fields, RN, PhD, a researcher, health policy analyst, educator and advocate. He serves as Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion at Penn State, First Vice President at the National Black Nurses Association, and founder and CEO of his own consulting firm, the SDF Group. On today's episode, they talk about some of the current health equity challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and how to combat them. Talking points:Dr. Fields' history as a nurse and academicThe mission of the National Black Nurses’ AssociationHow caregiver representation aligns with care equityComparing the COVID-19 pandemic with the HIV/AIDS epidemicHow pandemics can illuminate health disparitiesThe history of medical atrocities in the US, and its aftereffectsIs vaccine hesitancy as big an issue as vaccine access?How minority nursing associations can help expand vaccine accessHealth equity beyond the pandemic — including medical researchHow the NIH’s All of Us initiative has continued throughout the pandemicMore about this article:Nurses You Should KnowThe National Black Nurses AssociationDr. Fields' PSU Faculty PageAll of UsIn-depth: Health organizations harness the power of technology to address health disparities during pandemicAMA past president Dr. Patrice Harris advocates for equity in the COVID-19 eraAI bias may worsen COVID-19 health disparities for people of colorNIH All of Us program gearing up for 'precision engagement,' Eric Dishman saysHuman rights law can provide a fair, transparent framework for vaccine allocationsDisadvantaged census areas are linked to COVID-19 incidenceCVS Health, Lyft and YMCA team for equitable access to a COVID-19 vaccination siteBig tech, digital health coalition forms to undercut COVID-19 healthcare disparitiesCalifornia taps Blue Shield to oversee an equitable vaccine distribution plan
February 25, 2021
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Health equity, caregiver diversity, and COVID-19 — with Sheldon Fields

HIMSSCast host Jonah Comstock welcomes Sheldon Fields, RN, PhD, a researcher, health policy analyst, educator and advocate. He serves as Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion at Penn State, First Vice President at the National Black Nurses Association, and founder and CEO of his own consulting firm, the SDF Group. On today's episode, they talk about some of the current health equity challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and how to combat them. Talking points:Dr. Fields' history as a nurse and academicThe mission of the National Black Nurses’ AssociationHow caregiver representation aligns with care equityComparing the COVID-19 pandemic with the HIV/AIDS epidemicHow pandemics can illuminate health disparitiesThe history of medical atrocities in the US, and its aftereffectsIs vaccine hesitancy as big an issue as vaccine access?How minority nursing associations can help expand vaccine accessHealth equity beyond the pandemic — including medical researchHow the NIH’s All of Us initiative has continued throughout the pandemicMore about this article:Nurses You Should KnowThe National Black Nurses AssociationDr. Fields' PSU Faculty PageAll of UsIn-depth: Health organizations harness the power of technology to address health disparities during pandemicAMA past president Dr. Patrice Harris advocates for equity in the COVID-19 eraAI bias may worsen COVID-19 health disparities for people of colorNIH All of Us program gearing up for 'precision engagement,' Eric Dishman saysHuman rights law can provide a fair, transparent framework for vaccine allocationsDisadvantaged census areas are linked to COVID-19 incidenceCVS Health, Lyft and YMCA team for equitable access to a COVID-19 vaccination siteBig tech, digital health coalition forms to undercut COVID-19 healthcare disparitiesCalifornia taps Blue Shield to oversee an equitable vaccine distribution plan
February 25, 2021
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Top Stories for 2/19

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse: Online platform ClassPass unveils a new COVID-19 vaccine locator, while New Jersey struggles with its Microsoft-powered vaccine registration portal. Plus: Insurers are feeling the financial effects of the pandemic.Links to the stories:ClassPass adds COVID-19 vaccine search feature to its platformNew Jersey blames Microsoft for weeks of vaccine rollout glitchesFourth quarter COVID-19 costs catch up to insurers
February 19, 2021
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How North Dakota's immunization database is supporting its COVID-19 vaccine rollout

With a small population distributed over a large geographical area, North Dakota doesn't lend itself to the easiest vaccine rollout. But the state has a secret weapon: a robust database called the North Dakota Immunization Information System (NDIIS). NDIIS manager Mary Woinarowicz joins host Jonah Comstock to talk about the early days of the COVID rollout, and how having a robust data management system has helped the state to make the most of its allocated COVID-19 vaccine doses. Talking points: The NDIIS and its pre-COVID functionHow NDIIS is supporting the COVID-19 vaccine rolloutLogistical challenges to vaccine administration, especially in rural areasThe challenges of launching a state-level response that’s part of a national rolloutHow NDIIS has responded to strong vaccine demandPatient-facing tools to improve the vaccine rolloutAdditional challenges related to the second doseThe NDIIS’s Immunization Forecasting toolThe slip in non-COVID vaccination during the pandemicWhat still lies ahead for COVID-19 vaccinationShould people who have had COVID get the vaccine?How to decide which vaccine patients get which vaccineMore about this episode:NDIISAthenahealth developer creates COVID-19 vaccine website from maternity leaveHow patient engagement tools can help ensure 2nd COVID-19 vaccine dosesHow top EHR vendors are prepping their systems for COVID-19 vaccinesEpic, Cerner offer updates on COVID-19 vaccine rollout effortsAI has advantages for COVID-19 vaccine rollout, but potential dangers tooHealthcare Finance News' latest updates on the COVID-19 vaccine distributionCalifornia taps Blue Shield to oversee an equitable vaccine distribution planHospitals need vaccine supply predictability 'all the way to the loading docks' 6,500 pharmacies to get 1 million doses of COVID-19  vaccineApple requires COVID-19 vaccine passport developers to work with public health authoritiesGoogle adds feature to help users find COVID-19 vaccination sitesGoogle Cloud launches vaccine distribution tool for local governments
February 19, 2021
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Top Stories for 2/12

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse:  Best practices for weathering the COVID-19 pandemic are emerging among hospital CEOs, while reimbursement restrictions for telehealth have been removed at a rapid pace. Plus: Fitbit introduces blood glucose monitoring.Links to the stories:The top 10 things CEOs got right during the pandemicReport shows 'vast improvement' in state telehealth reimbursement policiesFitbit adds blood glucose tracking to its connected app
February 12, 2021
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How the healthcare system fails patients, and how it can do better — with Matthew Zachary

Matthew Zachary — cancer survivor, patient advocate, influencer, pianist, and podcast DJ — joins host Jonah Comstock to tell his story and break down his patient's-eye view of the healthcare system and what needs to change for it to serve its consumers better. In a wide-ranging conversation with Matthew's irreverent style, they address topics like patient experience, financial incentives, socio-economic disparities, and more.This podcast is brought to you by RingCentral.Talking points:Matthew’s patient storyPatient advocacy in a nutshellThe beginnings of the modern patient-centered movement and the founding of Stupid CancerChallenges in today’s healthcare systemWhat can healthcare stakeholders do to make life better for patients?Aligning monetary incentives with patient needs and experiencesClinical trial databases as an example of profits over patientsThe challenge of bringing good care to minority and underserved groupsThe gaps between innovation, adoption, and patient awarenessMore about this podcast:A more active role for consumers will decelerate health spending over the next two decadesThe role of health systems in empowering communities3 patient experience trends that IT leaders should act onFocus on Health Equity (our new collection page)The Stupid Cancer Show (Matthew's previous podcast)Out of Patients (Matthew's current podcast)
February 11, 2021
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Top Stories for 2/5

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse: Google Cloud joins the national COVID-19 vaccination effort with a new tool, while the feds plan on additional doses. Plus: A security breach at a New York health system.Links to the stories:Google Cloud launches vaccine distribution tool for local governmentsOne million COVID-19 vaccine doses are going to 6,500 pharmaciesEHR snooping at Montefiore leads to security breach
February 5, 2021
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Virtual care: The next frontier in telehealth — with Sean Duffy and Chris Hogg

Omada CEO Sean Duffy and Chris Hogg, former COO at Propeller Health, join host Jonah Comstock to talk about virtual care, remote chronic condition management, and just what healthcare will look like into the next decade. Talking points:What is virtual care?Virtual care in a post-COVID telehealth landscapeAdoption curves: virtual visits vs virtual careMulti-modal provider-patient communicationWhen the adoption curve lags against the innovation curveWhat’s the product? the transition from hardware to software to experienceUsing a jobs-to-be-done framework for healthcareHow to integrate virtual care with traditional brick-and-mortar careFitting virtual care into a patient-centric care ecosystemThe changing concept of primary careWhat virtual care companies have to offer for telemedicine (Sean’s non-answer on American Well)The role of Amazon, Walmart, and other big players in the new provider ecosystemHow traditional providers are reacting to the changing marketLooking aheadMore about this episode:https://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/after-covid-19-telehealths-momentum-will-be-sustained-younger-consumers-seeking-conveniencehttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/omada-reports-blood-sugar-weight-improvements-after-12-months-its-digital-diabetes-preventionhttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/omada-health-acquires-physera-adds-virtual-msk-therapy-its-chronic-care-programshttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/amazon-furthers-foothold-digital-pharmacies-launch-amazon-pharmacy-storehttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/amazon-releases-wearable-health-tracker-app-called-amazon-halohttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/walmart-snaps-digital-health-company-carezones-medication-management-toolhttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/north-america/propellers-pharmacy-app-now-connects-users-cvs-walmart-kroger-rite-aidhttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/amwell-ceo-looks-back-year-unprecedented-telehealth-adoption-predicts-more-chronic-carehttps://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/mobihealthnews-predictions-2021-price-transparency-tools-will-be-game-changer-telemedicine-use
February 4, 2021
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Top Stories for 1/29

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse: the House of Representatives seeks to safeguard telehealth access beyond the end of the COVID-19 pandemic; DarioHealth acquires Upright Technologies. Plus: the AHA pushes back on a new CMS rule.Links to the stories:U.S. lawmakers reintroduce House bill safeguarding access to telehealthDarioHealth buys into MSK with Upright Technologies acquisition and announces $70M private placementAHA condemns most favored nation model and asks CMS to withdraw it
January 29, 2021
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Nurses are leading the fight against vaccine hesitancy — with Shawna Butler and Melody Butler

Right now, COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the United States is facing supply chain and volume problems. But there's another, thornier challenge lurking beneath the surface once those challenges are addressed: a significant portion of Americans who may choose not to get the vaccine.In today's episode, host Jonah Comstock welcomes Shawna Butler, host of the See You Now podcast, and Melody Butler, founder of the nonprofit Nurses Who Vaccinate (no relation), two nurses who discuss vaccine resistance and vaccine hesitancy and how we can get ahead of them to address the current crisis. They also touch on the role of nurses in the healthcare  innovation ecosystem.Talking points:Why Melody founded  “Nurses who Vaccinate”?Vaccine hesitancy vs vaccine resistance: reaching the people who can be reachedWhat is (and isn’t) unique with the COVID vaccinesmRNA vaccines aren’t a brand new technologyVaccine development was an optimized process — not a truncated oneHow COVID has worsened under-vaccination in other conditionsHow could innovators help address undervaccinization?Addressing hesitancy in communities of colorWhat can you do to help the vaccination effort?The importance of including nurses in the conversationMore about this episode:Overcoming vaccine hesitancy and skepticism, especially for those at higher risk for COVID-19Here are the latest updates on the COVID-19 vaccine distributionGoogle takes on COVID-19 vaccine misinformationEpic, Cerner and other health IT heavy hitters join forces for Vaccine Credential InitiativeAHIP launches resource page dedicated to COVID-19 vaccinesConfusion about flu shot, efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines may slow adoptionShawna Butler's SEE YOU NOW podcastTwo relevant episodes: Frontiers in Public Nursing and Nurses Who Vax Nurses Who VaccinateAdditional vaccine education resources from NWV
January 29, 2021
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Telehealth policy under the Biden administration — with Sebastian Seiguer

On today's HIMSSCast, host Jonah Comstock and Healthcare IT News Senior Editor Kat Jercich welcome eMocha CEO Sebastian Seiguer to look ahead at the Biden administration and discuss what needs to happen next for telehealth. In particular, we look at vaccine distribution as a medication adherence problem, the important role of finance reform, and much more.This podcast is brought to you by Kajeet.Talking points:How 2020 changed healthcareTelehealth largely hasn’t addressed care disparitiesThe importance of asynchronous care toward addressing chronic conditionsHow the COVID telehealth boom has and hasn’t affected asynchronous virtual careWhat regulators can do to make next-gen health tools accessibleChanging incentives by moving to value-based careTo make machine learning and AI work, we need better dataThe importance of continued federal COVID reliefCOVID-19’s affect on school-based healthHow can we use technology to support the vaccine rollout?Vaccine administration is a medication adherence problemInterstate licensure as a barrier to accessLet’s redefine medication adherenceMore about this podcast:What's next for telehealth under the Biden administration?Telehealth's digital divide is real, and members of Congress want to address itMedPAC members weigh future of telehealth coveragePatient engagement tools can speed, streamline COVID-19 vaccine rolloutAs telehealth becomes the new normal, NCQA updates quality measuresMayo Clinic uses $1M in FCC funds for connected devices to expand telehealth
January 22, 2021
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Top Stories for 1/22

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse, Joe Biden begins his presidency with an aggressive healthcare agenda, including new appointments and nominations for HHS and CMS positions. Plus: YouTube will push for higher quality medical content on its platform.Links to the stories:President Joe Biden's pan to control the COVID-19 pandemic on day oneMicky Tripathi named by Biden Administration to lead ONCBiden nominates Dr. Rachel Levine as assistant secretary of healthYouTube taps Dr. Garth Graham to lead new health partnerships team
January 22, 2021
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Top Stories for 1/15

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse, Flo Health lands in hot water with the FTC for allegedly deceitful practices; Feds are no longer holding back on vaccine doses. Plus: a new coalition looking to improve the vaccine rollout infrastructure.Links to the stories:Fertility app Flo Health settles with FTC over sensitive data sharing complaintFederal government tells states not to hold vaccine in reserve for second doseEpic, Cerner and other health IT heavy hitters join forces for Vaccine Credential Initiative
January 15, 2021
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How improv actors are helping doctors break bad news — with Dr. Anthony Orsini and Dr. Tanganyika Barnes

The Orsini Way has been helping train doctors on handling patient relationships for a number of years, and New Jersey's Englewood Health has been a long-time user of the innovative teaching method. But last year, as doctor-patient interactions overwhelmingly went online, already difficult patient-doctor interactions became even more fraught. In today's episode, host Jonah Comstock welcomes Dr. Anthony Orsini, founder and president of The Orsini Way and Dr. Tanganyika Barnes, program director for internal medicine at Englewood Health, to talk about their novel training approach and how they have had to adapt it in response to COVID-19 and the telemedicine boom.This podcast is brought to you by Twilio.Talking points:What the Orsini Way is and how it came aboutThe deficit in communication training for physicians, especially around delivering bad newsHow the program has worked at EnglewoodWhy the program uses professional improv actorsThe importance of one-on-one instruction and self-reflectionCommunication training as a form of medical simulationThe long affects of delivering news badlyHow the program was adapted for telehealthWhat not to do when delivering bad newsROI of trust and communicationWhere do we need to go vis a vis patient empathyMore about this story:The Orsini WayEnglewood HealthDifficult Conversations (Dr. Orsini's podcast)Clinicians' empathy must not be sidelined by virtual care technologiesConveying empathy through digital tools requires education, supportPatient advocates: Tech can help improve experience, but empathy is most importantHIMSS and Cleveland Clinic's Patient Experience Digital Series
January 15, 2021
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Top Stories for 1/8

In today's Top Stories: Optum and Change are joining forces to create a new healthcare powerhouse; Haven pulls the plug after a three-year run. Plus: How patient engagement tools can help with the vaccine rollout.Links to the stories:Optum to acquire Change HealthcareAmazon, Berkshire, JPMorgan's employee health joint venture is officially winding downPatient engagement tools can speed, streamline COVID-19 vaccine rollout
January 8, 2021
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What to expect from 2021 health tech news

HIMSSCast is back from a short holiday hiatus with our first annual predictions podcast. In this episode, host Jonah Comstock, Healthcare IT News Executive Editor Mike Miliard, Healthcare Finance News Managing Editor Susan Morse, and MobiHealthNews Managing Editor Laura Lovett engage in a round table discussion of trends and predictions for each of their respective coverage areas.Notes: This episode was recorded Tuesday morning, before the Georgia results were final and before the tumultuous events at the Capitol. Additionally, Laura's prediction piece is forthcoming and will be added to the show notes later this afternoon.Talking pointsWhat comes next after 2020’s telehealth boom?How virtual visits could evolve in different specialtiesThe importance of mental health in 2021Virtual care is the new telemedicineHow will a Biden administration and a Democratic Congress affect health policy?Digital therapeutics will continue to accelerate in 2021Cross-sector use cases for AI and machine learningHow the pandemic could accelerate value-based careTrends in cybersecurityMore about this episodeHealth IT execs offer thoughts on the big issues of 2021The move to value accelerates in 2021, spurred by lack of fee-for-service payments during pandemicHere are the major issues facing healthcare in 2021, according to PwCWhat to expect in 2021 and beyond? IDC offers 10 healthcare predictionsFrost & Sullivan's Top 10 predictions for healthcare in 2021Best Buy Health VP talks what's next for senior tech in 2021 Athenahealth's VP predicts more value-based care, investor interest and an evening out of telehealth in 2021
January 8, 2021
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S7E01 – How Healthcare Is Transitioning In Europe

Healthcare is in transition, not just in the U.S. but in Europe as well. The COVID pandemic has sped up the transition to digital medicine and it would be interesting to know how other countries are dealing with the transition. In this episode, we are privileged to hear from Roberto Ascione, CEO at Healthware Group, a next-generation integrated consulting group that has been supporting life sciences companies, healthcare stakeholders, and start-ups to navigate the transformation in healthcare, from strategy to technology.   Roberto discusses what's happening in the world of digital health in Europe. He shares with us his company's partnership with Frontiers Health and what they did to produce an interesting and dynamic conference despite the distance and the number of participants. He talks about large-scale adoptions in Europe, digital therapeutics, and the importance of designing solutions in partnership with venture capital companies.  Roberto also shares the possible challenges he foresees and where Frontiers is going in the next couple of years. There's so much to learn from this episode on the work that Frontiers and DOCSF are doing to help improve outcomes in healthcare, so please tune in!
January 6, 2021
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S7E01- Introducing DOCSF365 a New Way To Stay Connected

Welcome to DOCSF365, a website committed to bringing digital health to musculoskeletal care. We believe you can find in this site knowledge and skills you need to lead digital innovation in your practice.  In this short introduction, our host, Stefano Bini welcomes you to the site and shares his goals and plans to bring Digital Orthopedics to your fingertips. On the DOCSF365 site, you will find the best-curated content from the most respected voices in digital health, modular segments that can be consumed live or on-demand, courses on specific topics like machine learning and robotics, and masterclasses from world-class consulting firms.  This site will feature the most innovative thinkers of our time, and we look forward to having you visit us on the site. 
January 6, 2021
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HIPAA Privacy Rule proposed changes: What they mean and what to expect — with Matthew Fisher

Healthcare IT News Executive Editor Mike Miliard speaks with Matthew Fisher, a Partner at Mirick O'Connell and a specialist in healthcare law, about the new proposed HIPAA rule changes. They discuss the content of the rules, what effect they're likely to have, and the timing of the rules as the Presidential administration changes over.This will be the last episode of the year. We'll be back with more podcasts in 2021.Talking points: How big are these changes?How the right of access is being strengthenedAlignment with the info-blocking rulesExpanded definitions for care coordination and care managementThe extent to which the rule is playing catch-up with current practicesReducing HIPAA’s role as a blocker of legitimate information accessThe impact of the new rules on HIPAA’s privacy protectionsThe timing of this announcement and the Presidential transitionAdvice for providers and vendorsMore about this episode:HHS floats major changes to HIPAA Privacy RuleOCR issues guidance on disclosure of protected info using health information exchangesIs HIPAA outdated? AHIMA questions whether law is keeping pace with changeHIPAA update inches closer to realityThree ways providers get HIPAA right of access wrongHIPAA right of access: In what looks like a new trend, another costly settlementHow to solve the 'Goldilocks' dilemma of health data sharing?
December 21, 2020
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Top Stories for 12/18

In today's Top Stories with Jeff Lagasse: Hackers use the SolarWinds platform to target the National Institutes of Health in a large data breach; Vaccine preparedness gets a boost from the federal government. Plus: Apple is rolling out a new low VO2 Max feature on its Apple Watch wearable.Links to this week's stories:NIH among agencies targeted by Russian 'Cozy Bear' hackers, says WaPoWhat healthcare orgs should be doing in response to the SolarWinds breachCDC is giving $227 million for COVID-19 vaccine preparedness and trackingNew low VO2 Max feature comes to Apple Watch
December 21, 2020
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Common pitfalls of healthcare connectivity and what to do about them — with Dominic Marcellino

Telehealth is here to stay and it's dramatically changing the healthcare landscape. But there is no telehealth, no virtual visits, and no remote patient monitoring without reliable, secure connectivity — and that's not something that can be taken for granted.In this episode, created in collaboration with sponsor Kajeet, host Jonah Comstock talks to Kajeet Director of Strategy Dominic Marcellino about some of the different roadblocks to secure, reliable connectivity and how to approach tackling them.Talking points:Dominic’s journey to Kajeet and healthcare IoTCommon healthcare connectivity pitfallsConnectivity in the consumer world vs the enterprise worldThe importance of patient and provider user experienceWhat to do when patients lack necessary connectivity infrastructure?The current state of health data interoperabilityA lot of things have to line up for remote monitoring to work wellMaking health data not just readable but usefulHow to maintain security in IoT connectivityThe relationship between security and HIPAA-complianceDominic’s advice for providersMore about this episode:'The health system of the future will be consumer-centric, wellness-oriented and digitally connected'Pandemic-era burnout: How EHR vendors are redesigning UI and UX to battle stressInteroperability consortium an 'even higher priority' post-pandemicCerner expands tools available for rural hospital clinical trialsEndpoint security is vital, even as 'the definition of endpoint itself has changed'Mount Sinai-linked computer pads keep patients at home during COVID-19
December 18, 2020
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Top Stories for 12/10

In today's Top Stories: With a COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, cybersecurity concerns have emerged; Despite this, the rollout is already underway in the U.K. Plus: Google launches a new app for clinical trial research.Links to the stories:Vaccine distribution pipeline faces serious cybersecurity risksThousands in the United Kingdom are the first to receive Pfizer COVID-19 vaccineGoogle's new research app shows participants how their data is driving health insights
December 11, 2020
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Looking back at digital health's roots — with John Sharp

Host Jonah Comstock welcomes John Sharp to the show on the occasion of his retirement from HIMSS. Until recently the director of thought advisory at HIMSS, John has worn many hats in his career and become one of the most well-known, respected, and beloved voices in the digital health community. We talked about that community, John's career, and all the ways the space has changed and developed — not to mention where we see it headed next.Talking points:How John found his way to the fledgling digital health spaceHealth 2.0, Medicine 2.0, and the early days of digital healthSocial media and the digital health community“10 years of growth in six weeks” — the rapid adoption spurred by COVID-19Telehealth adoption after COVID-19Value-based care, reimbursement, and virtual careHow virtual coaching fits into the future of careDigital health has moved from niche to mainstreamThe “who will own telehealth?” debateJohn’s hopes for the future of health IT: better incentives for value-based careVirtual reality’s ascendancy in healthcareMore about this episode:John on TwitterCOVID-19 brings a boom in use of virtual consumer-centric careTelehealth set for 'tsunami of growth,' says Frost & SullivanTeladoc Health data shows virtual mental healthcare boom'Weeks where decades happen' (Healthcare Dive)The Empathy Machine: COVID-19 and Therapeutic VR, part 2 with Dr. Brennan SpiegelThe Teladongo Episode
December 11, 2020
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