While the healthcare market is always going to be fraught with some level of uncertainty, there are reasons to be optimistic, particularly in areas like precision medicine, says Jared Jeffery of KLAS.
It’s becoming clear that AI has enormous potential – both clinically and economically – but before we go full-speed ahead, there are some big issues that need to be addressed, says Jaime Parent.
If we want to improve care and lessen the burden on physicians, we need to stop thinking about buying new technologies and focus on leveraging digital tools to reimagine the way things are done, says Bob Wachter, MD.
As always, there were a lot of buzzwords thrown around at HIMSS, and a lot of predictions about where the industry is headed. But what does this all mean for CIOs today? David Chou offers his take.
Healthcare professionals need to look for opportunities to outsource routine tasks to machines and appreciate the value of caring and human connection, judgment and attention to quality, says Dr. Joe Kvedar.