Our guest writer outlines the major stakeholders within an academic medical center to help digital health companies navigate the process of engaging for digital innovation.
A health information and technology professional shares about the thoughtful and purposeful care her mother received in the MICU.
Learn about the new standards adoption efforts being supported by the ONC and how you can help advance the adoption and implementation of these standards in this on-demand webinar.
It’s an issue around the globe—how can we implement quality measures in healthcare to reimburse providers based on improving care and outcomes? The U.S. is trying with its new value pathways.
Explore three case studies detailing how 2019 Davies Award winner Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) improved tPa stroke treatment rates and quality of life for ischemic stroke patients, enhanced surgical service lines, and implemented order sets to standardize care through an Enhanced Recov...
Our director of privacy and security shares how healthcare organizations need to think beyond their EHR when it comes to patient safety and cybersecurity.
A mother shares her family’s experience in the NICU after her daughter was born prematurely.
Learn about the foundational people, process and technology controls that should be in place to secure the healthcare environment in this on-demand webinar.
Join AMDIS and HIMSS in this second session of a three-part on-demand webinar series to explore the role, value and journey of medical informatics as critical components in the future of medicine.
Innovative thinking can help address complex issues that have eluded us for years, like access to elderly care, care coordination for chronic conditions, social isolation and loneliness, and medication management.
Based on the current trends and shift in consumer demands on healthcare organizations, we’ve identified four areas of digital health that are driving the future of healthcare.
We asked our members from around the world to tell us their thoughts on what’s next for health. Here's what they had to say—in 280 characters or less.