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Oracle Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison is joined by thought leaders, healthcare pioneers, and technology innovators to address one of the most important challenges in the world today: creating more effective, efficient, and secure healthcare to improve health outcomes globally.

0:00:00 Welcome to Oracle Live: Future of Healthcare
0:01:55 Larry Ellison on vision to advance global healthcare
0:25:12 Tony Blair on partnering to transform global health
0:31:07 Mike Sicilia on Oracle’s healthcare and life sciences portfolios
0:39:38 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center is developing vaccines to end pandemics
0:40:28 Mike Sicilia on Oracle public health solutions
0:52:17 Baptist Health is automating electronic health records
0:55:25 David Feinberg on the value of connected data
0:56:43 Brenna Quinn on advancing healthcare
1:08:58 Meharry Medical College uses data to improve health equity
1:10:26 Steve Miranda details end-to-end systems and technology solutions
1:19:10 Oracle is powering the future of healthcare
1:20:13 The National Health Service is improving care access

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  1. It's great to see a vision with progress and small steps but why don't we aim higher together?

    I think the vision should be a global EHR. I agree that putting the patient in charge will help with the legislation aspect. If the patient has all his data he can give access to any clinician in the world.

    The complex structure of the data will be difficult to manage. Agreeing a global data set is not an easy task. OpenEHR is doing good work and would be beneficial here too.

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