Podcast: The Artificial Intelligence Question
How can healthcare assess AI’s potential? Data Book explores testing grounds and hosts a health-tech KOL panel on the tech’s future.
Podcast: Amazon Alexa and the Potential of Voice Assistants for Healthcare
Can digital voice assistants for healthcare improve outcomes, increase efficiencies and protect patient data?
Podcast: Healthcare Regulations Lag in the Digital Transformation
Healthcare can learn from the creation of the government’s national coordinator for health IT. Featuring Duke professor and attorney Barak Richman, Ph.D., J.D.
Podcast: How Analytics Changed Casinos & Could Change Healthcare
Las Vegas can teach healthcare a lot about patient engagement and the patient experience. Just ask Sunny Tara, co-founder and CEO of CareCognitics.
Podcast: Is Anyone Obligated to Incite Healthcare Innovation?
Data Book tells the story of artificial heart innovator Robert Jarvik and brings on five health-tech KOLs to discuss who is responsible for advancing medicine.
Podcast: Wearables Are Saving Human Lives. Can They Save Hospitals Too?
For patients, the benefits of wearables and other forms of real-time health monitoring are clear. But if you’re in charge of sustaining the profitability of a hospital, digital healthcare might keep you up at night.
Podcast: Implementing AI Is Simpler Than You Think
Author and entrepreneur Joshua Gans joins Data Book to pinpoint the healthcare pain points where AI is best suited to improve efficiencies and outcomes.
Podcast: Can Outside Disruption Save Healthcare?
Disrupters like Google and Microsoft are a symptom of healthcare's inherent problems. But in this case, the symptom might be the cure.
Podcast: Can Healthcare Disrupt Itself?
This week on Data Book, we discuss how IBM disrupted computing and speak with a Health2047 leader.
Podcast: Why We Need to Discuss Gene Editing and Ethics
Data Book explores consent through the story of Henrietta Lacks and talks germline editing with Marcy Darnovsky, Ph.D.
Podcast: Pedialyte, Hangovers and the Patient Experience
Guest Colin Hung discusses how healthcare can prioritize patient input.
Podcast: Rural Healthcare's High-Tech Hope
How one man is making Oklahoma the Silicon Valley of Health Data Analytics.
Podcast: The Slow, Frustrating Rise of the Electronic Health Record
Janae Sharp joins Data Book to discuss the shortcomings of interoperability.
Podcast: Finding Fault When AI Kills
This week on Data Book, the first human killed by a robot and the murky question of AI and legal liability.
Podcast: Should Cops Have Access to Consumer DNA?
The capture of the alleged Golden State Killer might lead to justice for his victims and families. But many question the ethics of the measures police used to identify and put him behind bars.
Podcast: A New Kind of Warfare
One year after the WannaCry and NotPetya cyberattacks, Data Book analyzes the fresh global threat facing healthcare.
Podcast: Is AI Real?
Artificial intelligence is a field of boom and busts. In this episode of Data Book, we look at what it actually is and what it means for healthcare. Featuring guest Kevin Campbell, MD.
Podcast: Return of the Luddite
This podcast ties the story of the Luddites to anti-data sentiment after the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal. Featuring guest John Nosta.
Podcast: The High-Tech Hospital the World Wasn't Ready For
The "first paperless hospital" was supposed to change everything, but it went bust in mere months. What can healthcare learn from this story?
Podcast: Finding Orangeworm
A new kind of healthcare hacker has been invading networks for years. Can it be stopped?
Podcast: Amazon's Path of Disruption
Amazon, Google, Apple, and other tech giants are trying to shake up healthcare. This week on Data Book, the story of Amazon and the future of medicine.
Podcast: Overcoming the Cultural Resistance to Health Tech
On this episode of Data Book: Not every doctor and health system is embracing healthcare’s tech evolution. How can medicine convince them to adapt?
Podcast: The Gene-Editing Company That Didn't Need CRISPR
Sangamo’s innovations recently earned it $3 billion. Why? But first, the CRISPR origin story.
Podcast: What Healthcare Can Learn From Baseball
Neil Kudler, MD, joins our podcast to discuss how analytics changed baseball—and medicine. But first, the story of a major league hacking scandal.
Podcast: Who Is the Dark Overlord?
In the inaugural episode of our podcast, Data Book, we take a look at the grisly hacker collective called the Dark Overlord. What damage has the group done, and why is it hell-bent on hacking healthcare?
Introducing Our New Podcast, Data Book
We’re all about great stories and great insights. And that’s what you can expect from Data Book, the first-ever Healthcare Analytics News™ podcast, dropping this Friday.
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