AI gets major press for computer vision and robotics, but patient engagement is largely missing from the conversation. Why? AI patient engagement is already in use today helping to aim the right services to the right patients. In many health systems, healthcare informatics is already helping to personalize the patient experience! How can healthcare leaders combine AI, informatics, and patient engagement to create the personalized experiences patients demand? OHSU‘s Dr. William Hersh, Professor of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology, is here to help us and you explore this intersection! Dr. Hersh helped write the book on healthcare informatics, and he holds awards for from HIMSS and Modern Healthcare on informatics leadership. Let’s think about what’s in it for the patient and dig deep on 2020’s latest capabilities, limitations, and success strategies for our patients.
Dr. Hersh – Professor and Chair of Biomedical Informatics at Oregon Health & Science University
Sheetal Shah – COO @ SymphonyRM
Host: Chris Hemphill – Director of Client AI & Operations @ SymphonyRM
Healthcare Informatics Topics in this Video
- 00:00 Introductions
- 03:37 What inspired the shift from practicing medicine to medical informatics?
- 05:11 What is healthcare informatics?
- 07:15 Intersect Between Patient Engagement And Informatics
- 09:37 How do we apply the store of data in a way for organizations to engage patients to drive better health?
- 11:50 Are providers able to depend on technology to engage of their patients?
- 15:00 What is the impact once you bring the predictive modeling and AI element into the patient engagement spectrum?
- 16:35 What role does marketing communications play in health systems with getting more info to patients?
- 19:20 Given what’s available today, what should leaders start focusing on now?
- 22:05 The Role Of Analytics In Patient Engagement
- 24:12 The Next Era Of Clinical Informatics & Engagement Data
- 26:31 Can IOT help in better data collection in the EMR?
- 29:30 How To Evaluate An Informatics Initiative
- 31:20 Varying Approaches To Digital Transformation
- 34:20 Lessons Healthcare Can Learn From Analytics, Data Governance Policies And AI capabilities We See In Other Sectors