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Wednesday, October 24, 2018
#MeToo era spotlights women’s issues, but action needed for progress
To Health2047’s Lucia Soares, the political climate has increased awareness around challenges facing women and highlighted the work that remains due to unconscious bias.
Machine learning, AI disrupting medical education and adaptive learning models
To Wolters Kluwer executive Cathy Wolfe, the shift into value-based care requires lifelong learning bolstered by new technologies that will prepare them for the evolving tech landscape.
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
Delivering command responsive and member centered healthcare in the Australian Defense Force
Air Vice-Marshal Tracy Smart shares with Healthcare IT News Asia Pacific about her role in the Australian Defense Force and some of the digital-health related initiatives at the organization.
Women in health IT at the forefront of addressing the opioid crisis
A panel of leaders at the federal and state levels will talk about how they are addressing the opioid crisis through information and technology during this Oct. 12 webinar.
Consumers – not providers – will have the power to ensure interoperability
Bettina Experton, MD, and CEO of Humetrix, talks about the history of CMS’s Blue Button project and how 53 million Americans covered by Medicare will now have access to their data through an API to ensure patient safety and interoperability.
Women in health IT channel featured on HIMSS TV
Women in Health IT channel on HIMSS TV features interviews with industry leaders - from interoperability, cybersecurity, patient engagement, innovation and many more topics - to be viewed on-demand.
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