The Covid-19 pandemic changed the way we think of the role of diagnostics not only for clinicians but also consumers. The pandemic propelled innovation of in vitro diagnostics and the at-home test kits space for chronic conditions, sexual health, and more.
基于HLTH去年的成功,HLTHHead of Content Jody Tropeano shared why the theme for the 2023 event, Elevate Humanity, will highlight the encouraging and exciting developments in the healthcare industry across the event agenda, providing reasons for optimism.
Health systems need to turn their attention to technology that can improve staff retention by reducing employee burnout, according to HCA Divisional CIO Andy Draper. Here’s a look at what Parlance is doing to realize ROI with conversational AI.
Introducing Payer’s Place, a Video Interview Series Highlighting Healthcare Payer Executive Perspectives
The series, part of a content partnership between HLTH and MedCity News, will share insights from executives from both public and private payer organizations based on developments and trends they’ve seen in the healthcare industry and what keeps them up at night.
The ViVE conference in Nashville, powered by HLTH and CHIME, offered an overview of the latest developments in health tech spanning interoperability, cybersecurity, price transparency, behavioral health and health equity.
The financial outlook for the digital health sector is less than ideal, characterized by lower funding amounts, shrinking valuations, dwindling profitability and the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank. During a recent conference panel, four healthcare VCs discussed their reactions to this. They explained why the market has switched its focus from growth to value, as well gave advice to startups about what they need to know in this changing environment.
Executives from health systems and subject matter experts shared how they are contending with data security challenges, particularly training to change behavior and acquiring expertise in cybersecurity.
StartUp Health’s presence at ViVE will highlight the launch of its Health Transformer University and the addition of Helmsley Charitable Trust as an investor. Its pavilion will showcase 16 health tech companies and include panel discussions on remote patient monitoring, automation and more.
Sandy Vance, HLTH’s senior adviser, Interoperability, offered a preview of the interoperability pavilion at ViVE and what she hopes to achieve at the conference this year.
David Finn, CHIME Association Executive Healthcare and Information Sector, lead of the cybersecurity pavilion initiatives at ViVE 2023, does not mince words. With ransomware attacks surging to an all time high this month, Finn said in an interview that security is no longer a defensive posture; we are engaged in a war.
It takes time to develop a cogent thought leadership platform. Julia Fuller, Executive Vice President at Ford Hutman Media provides insights, tips, and strategies for companies and industry leaders looking to get ahead and define emerging trends.
The newly launched Techquity for Health Coalition from the HLTH Foundation will share findings from its first national survey of techquity at the conference. Healthcare leaders will also discuss on ways to improve health tech design, tech literacy, accessibility, workforce equity, patient trust, and equitable use of data.
HLTH Foundation Executive Director Janna Guinen described its focus on promoting equity, inclusion and opportunity in healthcare on behalf of patients, healthcare professionals and health tech entrepreneurs.
Caregiver services and benefits specific to LGBTQ+ populations are some ways employers can support their employees. Executives shared these ideas on a panel at the HLTH conference in Las Vegas.
Third Culture Capital (3CC) is a venture capital firm founded with the mission to foster more equity and diversity in health technology innovation. 3CC Founder and Managing Partner said the firm is intentional about connecting to the “unique lived experiences” of the founders it invests in, as this approach ensures that it is not just checking its diversity boxes.