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Thought leaders, innovators, and practitioners in health care attended San Francisco this month for Signum 2019, an inaugural conference focused on solving the nation’s chronic condition epidemic.
Today, we’re shifting away from healthcare information systems designed to support clinicians to innovations focused on empowering consumers.
The future of healthcare focuses on helping people with chronic conditions which requires a system of care and support that looks different from traditional healthcare.
Chronic disease management calls for a health-care system that can provide support 24/7 whenever and wherever people need it
Innovations in healthcare technology are posed to bring health care beyond the four walls of a hospital to wherever patients need it.
Today’s latest health innovations are empowering people to manage their health independently the thesis explored in Glen Tullman’s forthcoming book.
Livongo Health, one of the leading consumer digital-health companies focused on chronic conditions, recently raised $105 million in Series E financing, a development underscoring the growing need for digital health solutions targeting chronic illness.
Dr. Smith spoke about the personalized learning program – Modern Teacher’s Digital Convergence Framework – and the accompanying new book coming soon which is designed to take k-12 educators and leaders on a journey through the framework.
Dr. J.R. Proctor, superintendent of Axtell Independent School District spoke on “Year One in Axtell, Texas,” reporting on the district’s progress working though the Digital Convergence Framework.
Despite incredible medical improvements, the healthcare system hasn’t evolved to address one of our greatest crises. The current system is designed to treat problems that have a transactional cure. The future of healthcare allows consumers to take charge of their own health from anywhere.
Dr. David Miyashiro, superintendent of Cajon Valley Union School District in California, was a featured speaker at the 2018 National Conference on Digital Convergence, held in Jacksonville, Florida in February.
Technology in the classroom promises to fundamentally transform how our teachers instruct and students learn. While few can argue about the benefits of leveraging technology in the classroom, school districts continue to struggle with its successful and sustainable use.
Designer, futurist, filmmaker and writer Anab Jain was a featured presenter at the 2018 National Conference on Digital Convergence , held in Jacksonville, Florida in February on the next generation of technology and how that affects K-12 students.
Technology is always changing, so once an organization makes the transition from paper records to digital, systems will continue to evolve. EHR adoption forces healthcare to match technology’s accelerated rate of change or be left behind.
Futurist, TED speaker, and Synthesis Corp. founder Ari Wallach was a featured speaker at the 2018 National Conference on Digital Convergence, held in Jacksonville, Florida in February.
The conference—the first of its kind—brought together administrators from more than 150 school districts across the country, including many of the K-12 education leaders.
Dr. Heather Haugen will be a presenter at the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition. She will present research during a forum on EHR adoption.
Dr. Shawn K. Smith sat down with MSKOR to talk about his new book. It’s the second in a three part series which teaches educators how to arrive at digital convergence through a personalized learning platform.
Glen Tullman is speaking at the Young Jewish Professionals CEO Healthcare Symposium this February about healthcare innovation and how Livongo embodies that idea.
Health Evolution recently invited Glen Tullman of Livongo to speak on his vision of the future of healthcare. He says patient experience and quality will drive healthcare technology trends.
People crave personal connection. This is especially true when dealing with a chronic condition. Today, technology is making it possible to not only join communities of likeminded individuals, but empower consumers to develop their own communities.
When it comes to managing a chronic condition, experience drives everything. This is one of the hallmark messages of Glen Tullman’s upcoming book,
Patient engagement is one of the biggest buzzwords in healthcare. Most healthcare providers and health insurers see it as the solution to rising healthcare costs, declining patient health, and decreased patient satisfaction.
In her best-selling book, Beyond Implementation: A Prescription for the Adoption of Healthcare Technology Dr. Heather Haugen explores the proven methodology for optimizing technology for improved clinical and financial outcomes. MSKOR met with Dr. Haugen to discuss the book and her latest research.
Any complex change or comprehensive effort requires a systematic approach, not an episodic one. In healthcare, this remains especially true as organizations increasingly look to optimize new technology and transform delivery of services.
Electronic health record (EHR) adoption is not only still necessary, but more important than ever.
Crowdsourcing entails leveraging the participation of large audiences to acquire new ideas or services. Individuals can use crowdsourcing platforms on the internet and social media to receive feedback for personal and professional projects.
The inaugural conference is coming to Jacksonville, FL February 13, 2018
Many educators see personalized learning as the future of K-12 education. Personalized learning is the process of tailoring instruction to the individual needs of students, and ensuring their experience in the classroom reflects their unique learning styles, habits, and preferences.