Although video visits and remote monitoring have garnered successes, the percentage of care being delivered virtually is still small, says Dr. Joe Kvedar, who identifies three startups who could change the game.
With more people requiring care and fewer professionals able to provide it, it’s time remote monitoring took center stage, says Dr. Joseph Kvedar, who talks about what adoption will mean for healthcare delivery, and how we got here.
As the CIO role continues to evolve, one of the most important aspects has become the ability to express the return on capital investments, says Jim Noga of Partners HealthCare.
Although standardization often has a negative connotation, it can actually help drive optimization and foster innovation across an organization – if done right, says CIO Jim Noga.
After spending the past five years putting in a “platform for clinical transformation and innovation” through the eCare initiative, Partners is shifting its focus to digital health, says CIO Jim Noga.