John Erwin, CEO of Carenet Health
I was pleased with the robust turnout at HIMSS this year; it does seem like the healthcare industry is making up for the lost time from the pandemic. The topics that dominated the conference included teasing out the nuanced approach to safely deploying Chat GPT/AI into the industry (and when not to), health equity, and the patient journey. Although workforce burnout is still a major problem in healthcare, I think that we could have spent a lot more time here discussing possible solutions. Although this isn’t a new problem, it is currently the most challenging for the industry. To ensure that healthcare staffing and job security is maintained, current policies will need to be revised. Innovative AI and tech can help to bridge this gap.
Adam Mariano, President & General Manager of Healthcare, LexisNexis Risk Solutions:
The big opportunity at HIMSS this year is that everyone is finally talking about social determinants of health, bias in care and health disparities in a way that is not just theoretical but is actually ‘let’s take action’. I’m really pleased to see lots of our…