Participants from the Liberation 2019 Clinical Executive Summit share their insights from the conversation.
Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn shares her takeaways from CES 2020—and explains how digital health technology is blurring into healthcare.
Dr. Donald Casey, president, American College of Medical Quality, highlights the most thought-provoking insights from the Clinical Executive Summit at Liberation 2019.
The future is uncertain—even with 2020 vision. Jane Sarasohn-Kahn shares key uncertainties about politics, economics, technology and social factors that healthcare stakeholders should keep in mind when planning for the new year.
Some of the most enthusiastic feedback from this year’s Liberation event came in response to our world-renowned keynote speaker, Eric Topol, MD. Dr. Topol is recognized as one of the leading innovators in medicine today.
Digital health technologies may one day potentially solve some of healthcare’s biggest problems. But big problems require big solutions in order to demonstrate significant Impact on Quality (IoQ).
Medecision’s new Aerial Experience helps care teams engage consumers, improve patient health and drive collaboration.
As technological innovations continue to flood the market, will healthcare organizations adopt them at a pace that results in big-bang disruption or will they simply stick to the more measured approach that has historically been so common in the industry?
Technology can help scale social determinants of health. But to be effective, we must first understand the people with whom we wish to engage.
A simulation of Aerial’s integrated health management capabilities now available via a new digital experience at aerialhealth.io.