After research, personal interactions and broad feedback from HIMSS’ 80,000 members around the world, it has become clear that the time is now for a comprehensive, yet focused, definition of digital health.
HIMSS Unveils the Digital Health Indicator to Measure Health System Progress Toward A Digital Health Ecosystem
To support global health systems as they look for ways to accelerate and strengthen capacity and resilience as the future unfolds, HIMSS is proud to unveil its global solution, the Digital Health Indicator.
In the earliest days of COVID-19, healthcare organizations raced to implement virtual care solutions to support their communities under shelter-in-place orders.
COVID-19 became a motivator to technology vendors to build new solutions for the healthcare industry. Forrester collaborated w...
eHealth Study: Non-clinical Telehealth Services Are Most Prevalent, but COVID-19 Accelerates New Trends
HIMSS e-Health Trendbarometer, supported by SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS, reveals telehealth maturity in Europe just before the novel coronavirus outbreak. It also highlights the impact of the pandemic on telemedicine adoption and provides lessons on how the crisis has remodeled the European digital heal...
HIMSS has joined a new digital health project, in collaboration with Queensland Health and the University of Queensland, to help health workers in Queensland, Australia, and their partners build a data-driven roadmap for digital transformation.
HIMSS and Forrester are partnering on a new survey to assess supply chain management technologies and processes related to the COVID-19 pandemic.