1.4 — Ibex with Joseph Mossel

When it comes to your health, nothing matters more than an accurate diagnosis. In this episode, Bill talks with Joseph Mossel, the CEO and co-founder of Ibex Medical Analytics, to learn more about the role that artificial intelligence plays in their pathology labs.

How High-Tech Wearables Could Save Rugby

Wearable technology captures rugby players’ heart rates, body temperatures, and other vital signals for on-the-field-monitoring and safety assessments, while mouthguards embedded with sensors record and transmit the sheer force of any collisions. Advocates hope this data will encourage deeper conversations about best practices to keep players safe.

How this Hospital Ship Uses Tech to Deliver Hope and Healing on the High Seas

Since 1978, Mercy Ships has performed free surgeries and delivered state-of-the-art medical care to the most impoverished areas in the world. Learn how technology helps seek out patients, and how keeping the onboard IT infrastructure simple is key as Mercy Ships works to double its operations with a second ship.

Lessons From a User-Trusted Data Trust

What did Johns Hopkins Medicine’s data trust administrator do when faced with the challenge of protecting patient privacy while using records to improve care and facilitate research?

How AI Helps Give ALS Patients a Voice

Stuart Moss lost his father to Motor Neuron Disease, also called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s disease. An IT innovation manager at Rolls-Royce, he is working to bring the top technology companies together to create assistive tools to help give patients a voice.

Bringing Hopefulness, Recovery, and Optimism: An Interview with the CIO of Mercy Ships

The world’s largest civilian hospital ship is providing free surgeries and training in Senegal until June 2020. Hear from Mercy Ships CIO Chris Gregg as he discusses the technology behind the organization’s heroic mission.