There is no encyclopedia that contains the metrics of what makes a digital health program usable or not.
How can physicians leverage AI technologies to enhance their workflows and the patient experience?
There is a lot of narrow AI, but health systems need more general algorithms that are intelligent and can make inferences.
Jothi Dugar, chief information security officer at NIH Center for IT, said working in a silo isn’t good for an organization.
John Bulger, MBA, of Geisinger Health Plan, said this is the linchpin to improving health.
The tech gives patients more options when purchasing medications.
A comprehensive approach could lead to increased adoption of the technology.
Amar Desai, M.D., MPH, said that health systems across the U.S. must migrate away from fee-for-service payment models.
With all of the health tech out there, healthcare executives need to evaluate which would be most efficient when implemented into their health system.
Population health management programs can improve quality of care and reduce costs. 

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