During National Health IT Week, social networks will pulse with inspiring stories, policymaker activation and insights into health technology and how it can enrich our lives. Discover how you can be part of the conversation with our social media guide.
We talk a lot about interoperability and artificial intelligence, but what we're not talking enough about are the unpleasant realities like stress, substance abuse, suicide – the list goes on. The Health 2.0 panel session The Unacceptables breaks the ice on tough topics impacting the health of millions.
Our Steps to Value podcast talks with Ann O'Brien, winner of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award, about the impact healthcare consumerism has on clinician burnout, the promise and the present of big data in healthcare, and what it was like to first encounter and interact with an EHR system.
Thanks to advances in gene editing technologies and genomics, it’s possible to edit out abnormalities leading to the elimination of major disease categories – which holds the biggest promise for precision medicine. But with improved precision medicine, capabilities and technologies come responsibilities.
The Healthbox team examines the root causes of health and the ways in which digital technology and unique healthcare partnerships can be leveraged to mitigate the effects social determinants have on population health.
We sat down with Indu Subaiya, executive vice president at HIMSS and co-founder and chief executive officer of Health 2.0, to hear what she had to say about what's next in health tech and what to expect at Health 2.0's Fall Conference.