We had a conversation with the HIMSS Government Relations team to learn how the proposed changes by CMS, if finalized, could expand access to telehealth, support progress toward addressing the opioid epidemic, and ultimately address the issue of clinician burden.
"As a woman in health IT who helped usher in the initial waves of digital health innovation, I’ve witnessed an incredible amount of transformative change throughout my career." – Judy Murphy, winner of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award
Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono – a recipient of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award – shared with our Steps to Value podcast how her path has been full of changes, but that these changes helped her become the leader she is today.
In an ever-changing environment, healthcare organization leaders need to be prepared for unexpected situations. As the incident commander during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Chief Daniel Linskey shares three leadership lessons learned during his time in crisis management.
In a field experiencing such vast change, it’s important to possess a standard body of knowledge and an up-to-date skill set that shows you’re well informed and well prepared for what’s ahead in your career.
Healthcare is moving beyond physical, biological, behavioral and environmental components – guest blogger H4 Technology discusses how technology is showing great promise in capturing and analyzing this data related to whole-person health.