Large vendors aren’t the only ones shaping the future of healthcare – so why do they have the biggest platforms? It doesn’t have to be that way, says Dan Nigrin, MD, who talks about what made ViVE a success during its inaugural run, and how CHIME and HLTH have incorporated feedback to make the event as valuable as possible for healthcare leaders.
Forget the bells and whistles; artificial intelligence should be about “trying to meet people in the trenches with business solutions that solve problems,” said our panelists, who discussed the keys to buy-in with AI and ML, the pitfalls to avoid, and why the people piece is so critical.
“It’s been wonderful.” From Boot Camp experiences that provided access to influencers, to earning recognition from peers, leaders share some of their most cherished memories from CHIME events over the years.
When we asked a handful of influential leaders – including Craig Richardville, Liz Johnson, and Kate Pierce – how CHIME has impacted their careers, the answers varied, but one central theme kept coming to the surface: collaboration.
If you’re only using social determinant data to send referrals, you’re taking advantage of about one percent of the opportunity, said CIO Ray Lowe. In this interview, he talked about the work his team is doing to improve health at the individual level, and why he believes “we’re just scratching the surface” when it comes to SDoH.