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.
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.
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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March 5, 2019
A patient and family advocate with years of lived experience, Lisa Danielpour is an expert in optimizing the personal health record for patients and providers alike. In this episode, she discusses her family’s story, how accessing information through patient portals changed the direction of her son’s care journey and how healthcare providers can save time sharing records with patients. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.
Resources in episode:
Open Notes “Putting everyone on the same page”
Beryl Institute Improving Patient Experience
PFCC Partners Patient and Family Centered Care
Lisa Danielpour’s Speaking and Advocacy
Gooseling, Lisa’s site for families dealing with special needs or chronic illness
February 19, 2019
As personal tech devices and communication channels multiply, so do the options for giving and receiving care. John Moore (Chilmark Research) describes the industry and regulatory trends that have made telehealth significant, the roadblocks providers and patients might face in adopting it and the opportunities to continue building care access through technology.
Resources in episode:
Chilmark Research Report: Telehealth 2018
American Telemedicine Association
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.
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.
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.
November 13, 2018
The standards for HIMSS Analytics EMRAM are constantly updating as technologies develop and healthcare organizations adopt them. Solutions Consultant Ellen Loch (Allscripts) talks through the changing standards for 2018, the roadmap for achieving Stage 7 and what steps organizations can take now to continue advancing in EMRAM.
October 30, 2018
As systems can store more and more patient information for both individuals and populations, healthcare is uniquely positioned to leverage the “big data revolution”. Dr. Fatima Paruk (CMO Analytics, Allscripts) discusses using big data in healthcare, the distinct possibilities offered by machine learning and AI, and what clinicians can do to manage these in their processes themselves.