Healthcare Tech Talk- Exploring how technology can help meet the challenges in Healthcare.

Healthcare Tech Talk is a show that discusses issues around each technology used in the delivery of healthcare, including Healthcare Information Technology, Informatics, Telemedicine and Clinical\Biomedical Engineering Technology. Terry Baker and Kelley Hill, who spend their days in the healthcare environment, sit down on both sides of the table of healthcare technology. Terry comes with more than 20 years of implementing and managing technology, and Kelley brings a decade of perspective from clinicians who use said technology. Together with guests they discuss relevant and timely subjects in healthcare technology, from the latest developments in electronic health records to wireless enabled infusion pumps to health information exchanges and all matters in between.

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HTT 60- Are we ready to fullfill the promise of precision medicine?


In this episode we discuss the promise and reality of precision medicine and whether is just the latest buzz word or something we can really begin to leverage to impact the treatment and care of our patients.  We talk with a 25 year veteran...


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 2017-02-20  35m
 
 

HTT 60- Big Data enabling Precision Medicine


We are all unique individuals, therefore what works for one patient may not work for another. No longer is trial and error and acceptable approach to treating patients, it is time to use Big Data to help deliver the most precise medicine and most...


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 2017-02-11  15m
 
 

HTT 59- Clinical Alarm Management


We have been on a bit of a summer hiatus here at Healthcare Tech Talk, but we are back in the editing room and ready to begin publishing new episodes. Today though we present to you an important episode of the AAMI Podcast. If you enjoy it please...


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 2016-08-23  37m
 
 

HTT 58- Ransomware hits multiple Healthcare organizations, are you prepared?


A string of recent, highly publicized "Ransomware" attacks have many healthcare organizations and their vendors scrambling to protect themselves and spurred the FBI to publish a Flash Alert. These attacks are a fairly new paradigm for hospitals after...


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 2016-04-06  41m
 
 

HTT 57- Is your Healthcare organization ready to ditch pagers yet?


It's time to move to secure messaging solutions.


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 2016-04-01  21m
 
 

HTT 56- Engaging patients via Social Media, are you doing it right?


Many Healthcare organizations have had love hate relationship with Social Media given privacy concerns, the belief the that social media is what you do in your spare time and other reasons.  In fact many of us can remember when access was blocked...


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 2016-03-25  20m
 
 

HTT 55- The progress and challenges of Health IT in Europe


With more than 25% of our listeners coming from outside the U.S., we have been encouraged to provide a more international view of the state of Healthcare Technology. In this episode we have a chance to do just that.  Our guest John Rayner,...


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 2016-03-09  14m
 
 

HTT 54- Cancer MoonShot 2020, seeking the cure for cancer.


Cancer will affect nearly everyone, either as a patient, or as friend or family member of patient.  Fortunately very intelligent people have been working to find a cure and making some progress in treatment and prevention. Now Cancer MoonShot...


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 2016-03-03  14m
 
 

HTT 53- A CIO's perspective on HIMSS16 and the challenges of the coming year;


In this episode, we talk with Micheal Archuleta. Micheal has been acknowledged as Becker's Healthcare's top 100 CIOs and his organization, Mt. San Rafael, has been awarded "2015 Most Wired Hospitals".  Micheal provides us his thoughts on what he...


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 2016-03-02  9m
 
 

HTT 52- Can Real-Time Clinical Intelligence save lives?


Sepsis affects over 1,000,000 patients and causes 280,000 deaths per year, 82 people are affected by a Hospital Acquired Infection every hour, 217 patients are affected every hours by a preventable Adverse Drug Event, CMS fined healthcare...


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 2016-02-25  27m