Data Book
Data Book
Inside Digital Health™
Data Book spotlights the best stories and insights in healthcare technology. Big data and artificial intelligence are changing medicine and the world, but innovation also brings grave cybersecurity concerns. Every other week, this Chief Healthcare Executive podcast explores the people and plots behind the health-tech evolution—and the solutions to its problems.
S8 Ep6: Data Book: Iodine Software CEO William Chan on AI, hospitals, and ROI
The CEO and co-founder of the AI company, William Chan talks about how AI can help hospitals with business functions, the increasing demand for proof with technology solutions, his journey as a founder, and his advice for healthcare leaders.
Jun 5
24 min
S8 Ep5: Data Book: How voice technology can expand patient engagement
In this episode, we talk with Freddy Feldman, the director of voice and conversational interfaces at Wolters Kluwer Health. He works with a team of designers and researchers to create and refine voice technologies to help hospitals engage their patients. He talks about how to use this technology to make sure patients are getting the care they need, and hopefully, reducing complications and readmissions.
May 28
29 min
S8 Ep4: Data Book: Interoperability and the duplication of patient data
Dr. Pawan Jindal, the founder and CEO of Darena Solutions, discusses about data portability and the progress toward interoperability. He also talks about the thorny problem of the duplication of patient data. And we also discuss AI in healthcare, and his journey as a physician and founder of a healthcare technology company.
May 19
28 min
S2 Ep2: The lack of funding for preventive health residency programs | Healthy Bottom Line
Dr. Mirza Rahman, president of the American College of Preventive Medicine, talks about the importance of preventive medicine. He discusses the need for more federal aid for residency programs in preventive medicine. He outlines the need for more doctors to focus on the well-being of communities, and how preventive health physicians can make a difference.
Apr 15
28 min
S8 Ep3: Data Book: The risk of third party cyberattacks in healthcare
In this episode, we talked with Dan Dodson, the CEO of Fortified Health Security, a cybersecurity firm. We discuss the risks of cyberattacks to hospitals and health systems, the dangers from attacks targeting their vendors, the role of AI, and the impact of attacks. We also talk about how health systems can reduce their risks. 
Mar 10
24 min
S8 Ep2: Data Book: Looking at interoperability and exchanging health data more easily
John Blair, CEO of MedAllies, talks about the progress that's been made in moving toward interoperability, and the work that needs to be done. Dr. Blair discusses building the company more than two decades ago, and how his work as a surgeon has played a key role in leading a healthcare technology company. 
Feb 5
31 min
S8 Ep1: Data Book: Using digital care to help musculoskeletal patients recover
Mark Lieberman, president of Force Therapeutics, discusses his company’s digital platform to help musculoskeletal patients. He talks about Force’s work with health systems, virtual care, health equity, and how AI will be playing a bigger role in orthopedic care. He also offers some advice for startup health tech companies. 
Jan 29
28 min
S2 Ep1: The outlook for hospitals and health systems in 2024 | Healthy Bottom Line
We talk with Rick Gundling of the Healthcare Financial Management Association. He shares his outlook on financial headwinds, reasons for optimism, and projections on mergers, outsourcing, new construction, and the growing use of AI. He also discusses what leaders should do to help their organizations succeed in the coming year. 
Jan 9
24 min
S7 Ep20: Data Book: Hospitals and health systems face evolving cybersecurity threats
In this episode, we talk with Michael Hamilton, the founder and chief information security officer of Critical Insight, a cybersecurity firm. He talks about the cyberattacks that have plagued hospitals and health systems, emerging threats, and what hospitals can do to better protect themselves. 
Dec 6, 2023
27 min
S7 Ep19: Data Book: The need for better data in public health
In this episode, we talk with J.T. Lane of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. We discuss some of the challenges public health agencies face, including the need for better data. We talk about lessons from the pandemic, the need for cooperation between public health and the private sector, and preparing for future threats.
Nov 28, 2023
26 min
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