Dr. Rick Vaugh did his residency with a paper chart, but now oversees the digital transformation for SSM, a large midwestern healthcare system. Although this conversion hasn’t been easy, he sees opportunities for patients and providers to get back to more human-human interaction. He discusses the past, present and future of health tech.
[podcast] Dr. Michael Birt discusses opportunities for aging in place via technology.
[podcast] Dr. McElligott leads Medical University of South Carolina’s effort in telehealth. He and his leadership are looking to share their experience and platform with other healthcare systems throughout the state to transform the lives of their citizens.
[podcast] Alexis Gilroy is a lawyer based in Washington D.C. and a partner for Jones Day. She is a nationally recognized expert specializing in healthcare and technology. She has a particular expertise in telemedicine and “compact” legislation, the evolving process for physicians to care for patients across state lines. She offers her perspectives on the innovation and the changing legal requirements.
[podcast]Dr. Yan Chow spent 10 years as the Director of Innovation at the Garfield Center, one of Kaiser Permanents’ centers for innovation. During that time countless companies came through the doors. Dr. Chow has some insights for both the companies and hospitals looking to innovate.
Several weeks ago I was presented with a CT scan on a new patient, a young woman with a severe headache who had been transferred overnight by air ambulance from another hospital. As a center that specializes in diseases of the nervous system, my facility, the Barrow Neurological Institute (BNI), routinely accepts people from around […]