Allscripts On Call: The Healthcare Podcast
A Broader View of Blockchain  – w Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger

A Broader View of Blockchain – w Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger

June 19, 2019

Part of the Linux Foundation, Hyperledger is an open source initiative to build blockchain solutions across industries. Executive director Brian Behlendorf discusses what blockchain is, and how this “distributed ledger” model applies to healthcare challenges both now and in the future. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.

 

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Blockchain for Healthcare in 2019 - w John Bass, CEO Hashed Health

Blockchain for Healthcare in 2019 - w John Bass, CEO Hashed Health

June 5, 2019

Founded when blockchain was brand new, Hashed Health uses the technology to strengthen trust, transparency and alignment among healthcare partners. Founder and CEO John Bass addresses the state of blockchain in 2019, current solutions for healthcare credentialing and other functions and what challenges and opportunities remain in the future. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.

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Hashed Health
The Synaptic Alliance

Creating Healthcare Solutions for Small Practices – w Dr. Jim Morrow, MorrowFamMed & Business Radio X

Creating Healthcare Solutions for Small Practices – w Dr. Jim Morrow, MorrowFamMed & Business Radio X

May 8, 2019

An early advocate for the electronic health record, physician and radio host Dr. Jim Morrow has run his small practice as a software “test kitchen” for decades. Here he discusses how other small practices can build and customize solutions that fill their needs, what resources are available and what to consider when getting all users on board with a new system.

Dr. Morrow’s podcast To Your Health streams on the Business Radio X network

Patient Dignity through Technology - w Jack York, founder iN2L

Patient Dignity through Technology - w Jack York, founder iN2L

April 16, 2019

For over two decades, It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L) has created “Dignity through Technology” for older adults, especially those in residential communities and with cognitive disabilities such as dementia. President and co-founder Jack York discusses how he began iN2L by donating computers to a senior living center; how the user and patient engagement landscape has changed since then; and how user health and quality of life can be improved through meaningful engagement.

Part 1 of a 3-part series featuring leaders and engagement experts from iN2L.

Moving to Cloud - w David Houlding, Microsoft

Moving to Cloud - w David Houlding, Microsoft

April 2, 2019

As healthcare organizations gather unprecedented amounts of data, they look to store it safely and use it to its full potential. David Houlding (Principal Health Lead, Microsoft) lays out the three stages of successful cloud adoption, the challenges and opportunities organizations might encounter at each one and ways to continue innovating. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.

Project Managing Implementations - w Ryan Kennedy, National Institutes of Health

Project Managing Implementations - w Ryan Kennedy, National Institutes of Health

March 19, 2019

As technology develops and solutions update, implementations are a constant reality for healthcare organizations. Ryan Kennedy (National Institutes of Health) discusses how strong project management frameworks, adapted to an organization’s unique needs, can set priorities, allocate resources and achieve systems that support every team involved. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.

 

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Using AI to Communicate with Patients -w Conversa founder Dr. Phil Marshall

Using AI to Communicate with Patients -w Conversa founder Dr. Phil Marshall

January 29, 2019

Patient-centric technology is successful when meets its users' care needs. Dr. Phil Marshall, founder of the AI-based Conversa Conversation Platform, describes how providers can use data to discover what patients need and want today, and what to consider when offering the right tools to deliver on this.

To explore the platform, visit www.conversahealth.com or text HELLO to 77877. 

Can Fewer Clicks Grow Cognitive Burden? Part 2: Designing a “Helper” EHR

Can Fewer Clicks Grow Cognitive Burden? Part 2: Designing a “Helper” EHR

December 4, 2018

To relieve cognitive load and promote productive workflows, EHR design should center on helping users achieve their goals. UXpert Ross Teague (Allscripts) discusses working with clinical users to determine what these goals are, and designing workflows that truly deliver on those needs. Part 2 of a two-part series.

Can Fewer Clicks Grow Cognitive Burden? Part 1

Can Fewer Clicks Grow Cognitive Burden? Part 1

November 27, 2018

Efforts to ease clinician burden through EHR design often focus on reducing the number of workflow clicks. But while responses like using smaller font or longer lines of text onscreen save users' physical burden, they can actually increase cognitive burden. UXpert Ross Teague (Allscripts) describes how this influences a user’s workflow and impacts overall performance. Part 1 of a two-part series.

How Interoperability Can Empower Clinicians

How Interoperability Can Empower Clinicians

October 9, 2018

Healthcare tech enables us to gather and use data from a huge number of sources. True interoperability lets us synchronize that data and integrate it into optimized workflows, so it’s readily available at key decision points. Expert Mike McAfee describes how to adapt EHR data to empower and inform endpoint users in creating the best care outcomes. Part 2 of a 3-part interview.