The Technology will be focused on providing healthcare professionals with improved access to health information in areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, clinical care delivery, and patient engagement.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) currently introduced the launch of its new health technology, Digital Health Insights, in an attempt to expand the health care data access, stated in the recent press, dispatched to journalists on Tuesday, February 15, 2022.
According to CHIME, in order to cope with the consecutive shifts in health care delivery, Digital Health Insights has its goals set, to provide CHIME members the newest and up-to-date resources in accordance with the most compelling healthcare issues. This caters to information that mainly focuses on artificial intelligence and machine learning, clinical care delivery, cybersecurity, digital health leadership and transformation, patient engagement and experience, and virtual care.
“The launch of DHI this week is the latest CHIME initiative to bring new knowledge resources to even more healthcare industry leaders,” Steve Lieber, CHIME’s chief analytics officer, said in the press release. “Over the coming weeks and months, we will be launching additional tools that will give providers and solution companies insights, survey research data, and analysis from the world of digital health technology.”
According to the press release, health leaders who use the Digital Health Insights websites will have weekly access to tailored content. CHIME also encourages healthcare professionals to join the Digital Health Community (DHC) to continue discussions on hot topics.
CHIME stated that Digital Health Insights and its Digital Health will also provide members with access to virtual fireside chats, webinars, podcasts, exclusive access to articles, white papers, case studies, community network discussion opportunities, and research trend reports. They also aim to assist CHIME members in addressing issues such as clinician satisfaction and patient care delivery. According to an announcement, CHIME has partnered with health IT vendor DrFirst to assist CIOs and CMIOs in addressing interoperability challenges within their organizations. They mentioned that better care collaboration and medication management also can help CIOs and CMIOs in preventing readmissions, and an in-workflow system can assist them in avoiding clinician burnout.
Both organizations will work together on a number of initiatives to provide members with podcasts, educational webinars, thought leadership articles, white papers, and focus groups on topics of importance to healthcare leaders such as reducing readmissions and increasing clinician satisfaction.