View archived webinars featuring members of the Innovation community presenting new solutions, processes or products that challenge existing paradigms.
Innovation Community Webinar Series
2017 Innovation Community Session Recordings
HIMSS Innovation Community members will gain a glimpse into the many opportunities awaiting them at HIMSS17 with a spotlight on Innovation specific events and locations.
Tobin Arthur, CEO, angelMD and Mark Mesche, SVP, Professional Relations, angelMD prepare startups, advisors and investors on best practices to enhance their engagement, and achieve their business goals.
2016 Innovation Community Session Recordings
Ted Tanner, Jr., Co-founder & CTO of PokitDok, reveals how blockchain can fundamentally change the way consumers, providers, and payers interact in the healthcare system. He covers how to prepare for blockchain’s inevitable impact on the industry and cite early use cases.
James Deren, Director of Information Technology (IT) Healthcare Planning for CareTech Solutions, will take us on a journey through past, current, and future technologies, identify healthcare trends, and ways to leverage technology in order to achieve your organizations business goals.
Dr. Scott Crawford, President of SimGHOSTS, presents how healthcare simulation based technologies increase training and patient safety outcomes. Dr. Crawford provides an overview of challenges and focus on how one medical program integrated simulation based healthcare technologies to fill in training gaps.
2015 Innovation Community Session Recordings
Nicholas Assad, Senior Vice President of Business Development, CirrusMD and Anne Weiler, Co-founder, CEO, Wellpepper discuss their Venture Plus Forum award winning innovations around closed loop virtual care solutions and a clinically-validated mobile patient engagement platform.
Andrew Colbert, Managing Director Ziegler Healthcare, presents an overview of capital markets activity in today’s Healthcare IT landscape, identifies key differentiators, and best practices to achieve successful outcomes.
Dr. Thomas Maddox, MD, MSc, FACC, FAHA, Cardiologist, Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System, discusses the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Assessment, Reporting, and Tracking (CART) Program for catheterization labs, and how its organization and work support “learning healthcare system” principles.
With the possibility of up to four generations simultaneously working in a health IT setting at any one time, emerging health IT leaders and executives need to focus more on the people and the processes that will drive personal, professional, and organization success rather than the technologies.
2014 Innovation Community Session Recordings
This November Innovation Community Meeting features a presentation from Aaron Seib the ?CEO of the National Association for Trusted Exchange, a not-for-profit organization founded to address the legal, policy and technical barriers that inhibit health information exchange between entities within a state and across states.