Patient Data and Health Information Technology
Health care professionals talked about some of the changes taking place in their industry, including the use of information technology to… read more
Health care professionals talked about some of the changes taking place in their industry, including the use of information technology to improve the accessibility of patients' medical data and to help them lead healthier lives. Other topics included data sharing between hospitals and insurance companies, and the potential for implementing a national system to measure patients' medical costs against results. Former President Bill Clinton also spoke during a question and answer session.
This event was part of his Clinton Foundation’s annual health care conference. It was moderated by NBC News Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman. The conference was held in La Quinta, California. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Kelvin Baggett M.D. Senior Vice President Tenet Healthcare
- Donald M. Berwick M.D. Administrator (Former) Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
- Chelsea Clinton Daughter Bill Clinton
- Mike McCallister CEO (Former) Humana, Inc.
- Susan Siegel Vice President General Electric
- Nancy Snyderman M.D. Chief Editor NBC News->Medical
- Peter Tippett Chief Medical Officer Verizon Communications
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