Global Digital Health Experts Shed Light on Medical Device Interoperability
Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 11a.m. EST.
Atlanta, Georgia — Top health experts from around the globe chime in on Medical Device Interoperability and Meaningful Use — Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 11a.m. EST. During this interactive webinar, the stimulating roster of industry influencers will explain the growing need for clear sharing of information between devices and medical health records. This seamless communication system provides a safe and efficient mode of transfer for patient information, saving the healthcare system billions of dollars.
Experts, such as N. Gina Malak and digital health advisor Osama Elhassan, will discuss practical next steps in interoperability programs, such as the “Promoting Interoperability” (PI) program or Meaningful Use (MU). The experts will dive into the MU Stage 3 objectives which include: Health Information Exchange, Coordination of Care through Patient Engagement and Public Health Reporting.
N. Gina Malak, CEO/CTO BlockInterop, is an accomplished healthcare interoperability engineer, Strayer University graduate and leader of a top-notch digital health company specializing in implementing Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR / SMART on FHIR), RESTful API, HL7 and Blockchain services.
Osama Elhassan, Dubai Health Authority, is a specialist in Health Informatics & Smart Health. He is a board member with the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth and a valued member of the World Health Organization’s Digital Health Experts.
Dr. Mazin Gadir, Ambassador, Patientory Association, is a director at IQVIA Payer Provider Government Management Consultancy. He is also an external advisor at The Executive Office for Organizational Transformation, Dubai Health Authority, with responsibility for health strategy development, implementation, execution and transformation.
Jim St. Clair, Ambassador, Patientory Association, serves as chief technology officer (CTO) of Dinocrates, leading the company’s Technology Solutions in both emerging and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies. During his 10 years in the U.S. Navy, Jim worked in technology and national security.
Marquesa Finch, board member, Patientory Association, is the CEO of Pyrium, an educational platform and marketplace for non-accredited investors. She is a digital health expert and the founding member of the Silicon Valley Blockchain Society.
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BlockInterop formally changed its name to Correlate Health in January 2020.