Monthly Archives: December 2016

Voices of Healthcare Leadership 2016 #HCLDR

    This final #hcldr of 2016 isn’t about a topic. The Best of #hcldr 2016 is about the people that make up the community that comes together each Tuesday to talk, learn, and share. Please take a look at a small selection of #hcldr voices that create something special and new each week. Many […]

Technology Access in Healthcare & The Digital Divide

According to a new study [2016] from The University of Texas at Austin, nearly half of Americans are skeptical of the benefits of Health information technologies — such as wearables, patient portals and mobile apps. Let that sink in for just a moment. Nearly Half. We can discuss #Innovation, #DigitalHealth, #DesignThinking, #PatientExperience, #PatientCenteredCare, #HIT and […]

It’s on us – The Consumer-Directed Path to Interoperability

Blog post by Aneesh Chopra This week marks yet another important, bipartisan milestone to improve our healthcare delivery system – not just for its substance, but how the 21st Century Cures bill moved to the President’s desk. Congressional leaders worked tirelessly on the various provisions, negotiated funding compromises, and declared this to be a top priority […]

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Propelling us into Our Future

The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race. We are at the most dangerous moment in the development of humanity.  – Stephen Hawking Increasingly useful applications of AI, with potentially profound positive impacts on our society and economy are likely to emerge between now and 2030. – Stanford AI100 […]