Tag Archives: healthcare technology

#HIMSS18 – What, Where and How HealthIT can impact healthcare

Blog post by Colin Hung. With the annual #HIMSS18 conference just a few weeks away, most of the industry’s attention is turning to matters relating to technology, cyber security and the regulations around HealthIT. We thought it would be fitting, therefore, to team up with the wonderful folks at @HIMSS for a tweetchat focused on […]

Time to Share

This week represents the ultimate sports-fanatic’s dream – all of the major North American sports leagues have games this week. October is the rare moment on the calendar when all are running at the same time: MLB Baseball has the World Series NFL Football is in week 7/8 NBA Basketball started their season last week […]

The Intersection of Tech & Medical Education

Blog by Andrew Richards This week on HCLDR we are excited to have special guest – Andrew Richards @andrewintech – College Technology Incubator Officer at Elson S Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University @WSUMedicine What should we be teaching our future docs about tech in their industry? As a technologist and entrepreneur, I […]

Patient Experience Technology – Helpful?

Blog post by Colin Hung This week for #hcldr I will be live-tweeting from Cleveland Clinic’s Patient Experience Conference – Empathy + Innovation. You can follow along with conference’s hashtag #PESummit. Patient Experience is a topic that we have covered numerous times on #hcldr. We discussed the difference between patient experience and patient engagement, we […]

Too Little or Too Much Health Technology?

Blog post by Colin Hung Our next #hcldr tweetchat – Tuesday June 7th – coincides with Canada’s eHealth conference in Vancouver (#eHealth2016). It is an annual gathering of HealthIT professionals, government policy makers, healthcare leaders and consultants. For the first time I’ll be attending #eHealth2016 as an attendee – no booth to man this time. […]

Obstacles to Innovation in Healthcare

Blog post by Colin Hung While there seems to be a great deal of both energy and discourse regarding the need for innovation in healthcare, the pace of care delivery model change would certainly not be characterized as hurried. -Roy Smythe MD @willsmythemd The opening to Dr Smythe’s post on Healthcare IT News sums it […]