Partners in Digital Health

by Tory Cenaj

Partners in Digital Health (PDH) is a forward-reaching media and communications company, catalyzing strategic thoughts-leaders, and new era thinkers that champion the acceleration of healthcare transformation. The portfolio converges leading academics, pragmatic innovators, and practitioners around the globe to assist in the acceleration of healthcare transformation, and better outcomes for health consumers presenting evidence  ...   ...  Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Season 5

  • Best Practices to Improve Healthcare Delivery Using AI

    Best Practices to Improve Healthcare Delivery Using AI

    Best Practices to Improve Healthcare Delivery Using AI Prasad Kothari, Director, Axtria Health Tarun Mohan Lal, Vice President, Chief Analytics and Solutions Officer, Atrium/Navicent and incoming President of Society for Health Systems Dr. Anand S. Rao, Partner and Global AI Lead, PwC Swathi Young, Chief Technology Officer, Integrity Management Services Inc. A candid discussion that dives into the recesses of AI and ethics including topics such as what lessons can be used in healthcare from tech players implementing responsible AI and unbiased systems, how can responsible AI help build a clinical support system, examples from providers and payers and learnings from responsible AI which can be used in Obamacare and clinical trial implementation. Discussion topics will include: What is responsible AI? Is it the same as Ethical AI? What lessons can be used in healthcare from tech players implementing responsible AI and unbiased systems? Why is responsible AI important for healthcare? Is there demographic bias in the treatment part of responsible AI? How can responsible AI help build a clinical support system? What are some examples of responsible AI in the healthcare industry with respect to providers and payers? What are learnings from responsible AI which can be used in Obamacare implementation? HHS introduced an interoperability rule between EMR/EHR systems in 2019. How does it help in the implementation of responsible AI? How responsible AI is currently covered in new US government initiative such as AI.gov Responsible AI & data bias in clinical trials

  • Empowering and Protecting Patient Data with Open Source DLT's

    Empowering and Protecting Patient Data with Open Source DLT's

    Empowering and Protecting Patient Data with Open Source DLT's Maria Palombini | Director, Healthcare & LIfe Science Global Practice Lead, IEEE SA Sachin Shetty | Associate Director , Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC), Old Dominion University, and Executive Director of the Center for Secure and Intelligent Critical Systems Daniel Harrell, PhD | Research Associate, Department of Population Health, Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin Key discussion points of this panel session include: The role of open source DLTs in empowering and protecting patients data The role of where technical and data standards are pragmatically needed The technical and ethical considerations of patient data governance

  • Bringing Acute-level care Into the Home

    Bringing Acute-level care Into the Home

    Bringing Acute-level care Into the Home Dr. Sandeep Pulim | Medical Director, Biofourmis Until recently, acute care technological innovations were centered on improvements in procedural interventions or critical care. Accelerated by the pandemic, there has been a shift and developing interest in bringing acute-level care into the home. As a result, more tech-enabled improvements are supporting decentralized care models. Developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), combined with clinical necessity, are enabling healthcare systems to deliver better care beyond the four walls of the hospital.

  • Utilizing a Strategic Framework That Redefines the Roles of Collaboration and Innovation

    Utilizing a Strategic Framework That Redefines the Roles of Collaboration and Innovation

    Utilizing a Strategic Framework That Redefines the Roles of Collaboration and Innovation Tom Andriola | Vice Chancellor, Information, Technology and Data & Chief Digital Officer, UC Irvine Health Many organizations talk about the power of data but too few really understand the full potential.  Utilizing a strategic framework that redefines the roles of collaboration and innovation, see how one organization built competitive differentiators by expanding upon the concept of a data analytics platform to create a data operating system and beyond enterprise analytics to facilitating an ecosystem.

  • Paving the Way for a Digitally Native Healthcare Ecosystem

    Paving the Way for a Digitally Native Healthcare Ecosystem

    Paving the Way for a Digitally Native Healthcare Ecosystem Stephen Konya | Senior Advisor, Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) Learn about the history of health IT policy in the US, and how the national infrastructure being built today via the 21st Century Cures Act, is paving the way for a digitally native healthcare ecosystem in the years ahead.