Here’s four different examples of health systems innovating for improvements in patient safety.
A survey on health technology priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic shows that for technology to transform healthcare, both now and in the future, there is work to do.
Technology can improve the quality of life for anyone at risk of caregiver burnout by helping them more effectively and efficiently care for their loved ones.
Using technology for clinical care delivery during COVID-19 has demonstrated that digital care can be an effective tool for providing quality healthcare.
Five women entrepreneurs share advice and the lessons learned from starting their own business.
We asked our members what they anticipate to be the biggest disruptor ahead for healthcare—the conversation around disruptive innovations mentioned several technologies, but it also focused on change elements that are not strictly technologies.
COVID-19 has impacted nearly everyone and everything. Healthcare cybersecurity is no exception. Learn how the industry is being impacted and how your organization can plan for the long term.
For the first time in history, people aged 65 and over outnumbered children younger than five globally, making seniors a growing market for products and services in this silver economy.
In the fight against COVID-19, there are many health data information gaps, but collaborative work now during the pandemic has the potential to positively impact data sharing in the long term.
Amid COVID-19, HIMSS Digital Influencers address key imperatives to improve and democratize the patient journey with digital health tools, services and policy.
As the healthcare industry evolves, more and more companies are using technology platforms as their foundation, and not just a component of their business—leading to new ways for humans to engage with healthcare technology and exchange data.
Whether it’s managing the challenges in front of you or preparing for what’s ahead, predictive analytics holds immense power to improve health outcomes.