Heather Jordan Cartright - General Manager at Microsoft Health

Microsoft is pleased to host “Hack on FHIR", along with health data developers who are gathering at the FHIR Dev Days conference June 15-18, 2020. Get coding time, explore the FHIR spec, and learn the platforms helping organizations innovate using technology that removes barriers to interoperability.

David Raths

Do machine learning algorithms require a systemic approach to validation and monitoring once they are deployed? Regenstrief CEO Peter Embi, MD, makes the case for creating a surveillance system for algorithms akin to pharmacovigilance.

The Lancet, one of the world’s top medical journals, on Thursday retracted an influential study that raised alarms about the safety of the experimental Covid-19 treatments chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine amid scrutiny of the data underlying the paper.

Timothy M. Smith - Senior News Writer for the American Medical Association

Medical education has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the disruption has opened the door for newly relevant topics to make their way into medical education. A series of lectures on biomedical and health informatics—a long peripheral topic in medical education—is now available as part of a resource from the AMA to help medical educators develop virtual learning opportunities until students return to clinical settings.

Fred Bazzoli - Healthcare IT writer, former editor for several healthcare IT publications, past Communications Director for both CHIME and HIMSS

Recap of the April HL7 Da Vinci Project Community Roundtable

Benjamin Powers

Miriam Gonzalez initially saw the posters around the hospital where she worked. They depicted a diverse range of people that actually represented the American population—not something she usually saw in medical ads.