Adam Culbertson, HIMSS innovator-in-residence, and Babyforyou.net.ua Editor Jonah Comstock discuss the possibilities tied to open-source development and look at a few of the innovations that are driving change in healthcare.
HIMSS Innovator in Residence Adam Culbertson and Brent Hicks, senior director of clinical solutions at the Cleveland Clinic, discuss the opportunities and challenges to tying EHR data with new applications.
Andrew Crabtree, Google Cloud Customer Engineer, gives a detailed presentation on the API threat landscape, security practices, and fresh tips on how to secure your API application to keep vulnerable health data secure.
Dan Gottleib, who leads the Smart Health IT project at Boston Children's, and Verily's Josh Mandel talk about FHIR, SMART and the concept of "substitute ability" as a means to improve interoperability.
Drew Myklegard, who leads the Veterans Affairs project, discusses with HIMSS Innovator in Residence Adam Culbertson the role outside developers are playing in finding solutions to improve the agency's care for veterans.
Babyforyou.net.ua Editor Jonah Comstock speaks with Tina Joros, general manager of the open business unit at Allscripts, about "creating a new mentality of innovation" to improve workflows and enhance patient engagement.
Santosh Mohan, head of athenahealth's More Disruption Please labs, tells Babyforyou.net.ua Editor Jonah Comstock about the potential open platforms bring to healthcare and he shares a few details on the EHR company's work with Apple.
Ben Schilens, chief revenue officer at Orbita, and Jonah Comstock, editor of Babyforyou.net.ua, discuss the opportunity developers have to improve patient engagement by tying voice to their applications.