Tom Knight, founder and CEO of Invistics, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for better solutions for drug diversion, where healthcare employees commit medication theft, within their healthcare organizations and how technology can help resolve the issue.
In an interview recorded earlier this year, Chief Healthcare Executive Associate Editorial Director Mary Caffrey spoke with 2 leaders of Citius Tech about meeting healthcare challenges with digital solutions.
Kate Cordell and Ken Knecht, cofounders of Opeeka, discuss their company’s Person-Centered Intelligence Solution and how it can help children and their families manage and coordinate their mental health concerns as well as the benefits the tool can have on health systems.
Tanvi Abbhi and Nora Zetsche, MD, cofounders of Veta Health, discuss the company’s remote patient monitoring (RPM) platform and how RPM can be used to personalize and improve healthcare for patients with chronic diseases.
Peter Urbanowicz, managing director and co-head of Alvarez and Marsal’s Healthcare Industry Group, discusses the FDA’s new focus in addressing supply chain and device shortages posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and what hospitals should be doing in the meantime to adjust.
Kaveh Safavi, MD, JD, global health lead of Accenture Health, discusses how the pandemic influenced the speed at which healthcare organizations adopted new technologies and how this adoption is impacting patient care.
Leslie Trigg, CEO of Outset, discusses how imbedded cloud-computing technology in home dialysis machines can improve quality of care for patients, and how the pandemic has boosted demand for these machines.
Alan Payne, chief information officer at Sensyne Health, discusses some of the ethical concerns regarding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare and what organizations should do to mitigate potential data security and bias issues.
Justin Williams, CEO of Noteworth, discusses how predictive analytic tools can improve the quality of care for patients with chronic diseases, discharged hospital patients, and patients from rural communities.