One of the many offers at HIMSS21 is The Future of Healthcare, a continuation of the data-driven virtual event State of Healthcare, which HIMSS held in June. In this special episode of HIMSSCast, we welcome all four HIMSS Trust partners and moderators to give a sneak peek of the August event.
Moderator Jonah Comstock and MobiHealthNews Managing Editor Laura Lovett speak with Tom Kiesau, Director and Digital Health Leader at Chartis Group; Lauren Goodman, Director of Market Intelligence at HIMSS; Shreesh Tiwari, a director at ZS; and Dr. Darryl Gibbings-Isaac, Senior Manager in Accenture’s Health Strategy Practice.
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- Health takeaways
- Tension between learning the technology class and getting back to normal
- Patient attitudes towards machine learning and artificial intelligence
- Vendors Still Looking For A Value Proposition For AI, Barriers To Digital Health Adoption
- How payers accept technological innovations
- The future of digital health investments
- Uncertainties: What Will Big Tech Companies Do? What will providers prioritize?
- More uncertainties: value-based care acceptance, interoperability and access to patient data
- Generational differences in patient attitudes
- New competitive threats to health systems and payers
- Keeping health equity and patient focus in mind as we shape the future of healthcare
- The importance of trust in healthcare
- The potential of technology to humanize healthcare
- How COVID-19 has and has not changed healthcare
More about this episode:
Register for HIMSS21
The state of health, ICYMI
The future of healthcare
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