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Mei Wa Kwong is Policy Advisor and Project Director at the Center for Connected Health Policy in the U.S.. As healthcare grapples with how telehealth can be utilised for better patient outcomes, Kwong answers HealthManagement.org’s question: In What Ways Can Telehealth Enhance Value Based Care? Value-based care has been the subject of much discussion... Read more
Drew Ivan was one of the winners in the recent ONC Blockchain Ideation Challenge which focused on use of the technology in healthcare security. He is Director of Business Technology at Orion Health. Drew answered the HealthManagement.org question: What are the top potential benefits of using Blockchain technology to secure healthcare records? Blockchain... Read more
Anna Sort, nurse, healthcare gamer and app creator at Play Benefit, answers the question: How should a healthcare app developer create a product that addresses a service need and that healthcare professionals want to use? For the past few years I've heard this discussion a lot in start-up meetings, over coffee in congresses and even with my clients.... Read more
Like other sectors whose mission depends on network-connected technology, healthcare is in crisis. In addition to the need for confidentiality, people’s lives depend on the integrity of the health information system. Incorrect decisions based on incorrect information could mean the difference between life and death. Finally, the information must be available... Read more
Anna Sort is a qualified nurse, healthcare lecturer and the director of PlayBenefit, a Barcelona-based company which uses gaming to help people heal. What are your key areas of interest and research? Video games, Engagement design, behaviour change, Placebo effect/mind power, willpower and eustress. What are the major challenges in your field? Finding... Read more
What are your key areas of interest and research? My key interests are people, politics, and economics of cybersecurity. I enjoy helping organizational executives understand how to use people powered cybersecurity and digital strategy as a mission, innovation, and productivity driver for their organizations. What are the major challenges in your field? The field... Read more
People need to talk; stakeholders need to network. Both activities are needed in order to build roadmaps for future directions in the field of active and healthy ageing. ENGAGED http://www.engaged-innovation.eu was a thematic network, funded by the European Commission, that run for over two years. It was a learning community for sustainable active... Read more
Dr. Sandeep Bansal is a doctor turned entrepreneur. Now CEO of Medic Creations, he works with a team of colleagues on tech solutions that are aimed at improving healthcare and the patient experience. 1. What are your key areas of interest and research? My interest is in improving the global structure of wellbeing, health and social care. I was a GP... Read more
Dr. Peter M. Fleischut is the Chief Innovation Officer at NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP) in New York city, a facility that is a leader in healthcare innovation. In 2014, NYP launched the Innovation Centre in order to pool impactful ideas and then realise them with a focus on providing IT support to patients and staff. Since its origin, the Innovation Centre... Read more
What are your key areas of interest and research? My main area of interest and research, is helping to drive the future evolution of electronic health records (EHRs) to be a rich, holistic and smart information resource to all of the players involved in health care and research. EHRs need to underpin intelligent use of health data to support patients... Read more
The DT590BU Medical-Cart Computer, an All-in-one Medical PC, Medical Computer, integrates a 19” TFT-LCD screen, Intel® 5th Generation Core™ i computing platform and hot-swappable batteries in a compact, mountable package with anti-microbial coating to...
The DT592BU Medical-Cart Computer, an All-in-one Medical PC, Medical Computer, integrates a 22” Full-HD screen, Intel® 5th Generation Core™ i computing platform and hot-swappable batteries in a compact, mountable package with anti-microbial coating to...
Pocket Pad is a 7" clinical handheld mobile computing platform designed especially for use in mobile healthcare and medical equipment applications. It delivers high-performance with an Intel® Atom™ processor Z series processor. Pocket Pad, with P-cap...