UX is all the rage. When will healthcare learn? Users’ experience of clinical informatics remains a mixed bag of positives and negatives, perhaps more of the latter for now. Intuitive design and greater flexibility across platforms as well as individuals can make a positive difference.
While HIMSS’ primary vision is to advocate for the adoption of technology for improved healthcare outcomes, we recognize that great healthcare delivery lies beyond technology. The inaugural Singapore eHealth Innovations Summit (SeHIS) 2016, took place on 5 - 8 October, was developed to address the pain points and provide solutions to five selected functions: Pharmacy, Enterprise Imaging, Pathology, Physician Practice and Healthcare IT Leadership. This Summit offered a repository of resources for you to implement successful transformations from within your specialty functions.
HIMSS AsiaPac16 main conference was held over 2 days to more than1,500 attendees. Convened under the theme Advancing Digital and Patient-Centered Care, the conference had four dedicated tracks. Day 1 tracks were Moving Closer to Your Patient and Creating SMART Hospitals. Day 2 tracks were Applying Better Data for Better Health and Transforming Care Models. Find out the key takeaways that attendees learnt at the event.
HIMSS Asia Pacific has taken its pre-conference roadshows to Manila, KL, and Bangkok this year. The Manila and KL roadshows ran on 24 May and 26 May respectively. Bangkok, the exciting city where HIMSS AsiaPac16 will be held later this August, hosted the final roadshow on 16 June. What were the key messages shared to prepare audiences for the upcoming annual event? This report contains: Key takeaways from Manila and KL roadshows and in-depth review of Bangkok roadshow panel discussions.
As HIT continues to develop at an exponential rate, some physicians are trying to keep up, others are keeping out. HIMSS Asia Pacific examines what makes IT beneficial for physicians and the key factors for adoption.
HIMSS Asia Pacific speaks with Dr. Justin Whatling, Vice President, Global Population Health, Cerner on what it takes to achieve population health and the steps required and how can healthcare leader achieve population health and more.
Hal Wolf, the new CEO of HIMSS, thinks adding a three letter word to his organization’s mission statement will go a long way toward positioning HIMSS for the future. Instead of the old tagline “transforming health through information technology”, Wolf wants it to read “transforming health through information and technology”.
Digitalization has a lot in store for healthcare providers – and it presents them with possibilities that were either unthinkable or at least very visionary just a few years back: For one, it means, that their global peers will always be just a click away. Furthermore, healthcare providers will be able to monitor clinical and operational performance in real-time, access real-time data and gain actionable insights from that.
HIMSS Asia Pacific speaks to Dr. Stephan Dyckerhoff, President, Buurtzorg Asia and China about how Buurtzog is redesigning health and social care in Asia. To meet Dr. Stephan in person join him at the HIMSS AsiaPac17 Conference on 12 September 2017.