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The Future of Healthcare

Thursday, June 9, 2022 | Original broadcast

Oracle Live: The Future of Healthcare

Creating more effective, efficient, and secure healthcare to improve health outcomes globally is one of the world’s most important challenges today. Oracle’s acquisition of Cerner will transform healthcare delivery by providing a new generation of modern, secure healthcare information systems. Better insights enable governments to respond faster to public health crises, help caregivers make informed treatment decisions, and deliver better patient outcomes.

Announcement highlights

Oracle Live in 5: The Future of Healthcare (05:29)

Larry Ellison

Larry Ellison on Transforming Healthcare (00:28)

Improving the quality of lives with better healthcare

Tony Blair

Partnering for Global Change (04:56)

Tony Blair, Former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Executive Chairman of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

Better information is transforming healthcare

Larry Ellison

Oracle’s Vision for More Effective, Efficient, and Secure Healthcare (22:09)

Larry Ellison, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer, Oracle

Mike Sicilia

Oracle’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Portfolios (19:59)

Mike Sicilia, Executive Vice President, Industries, Oracle

Steve Miranda

A Complete Suite of Cloud Applications for the Healthcare Industry (08:42)

Steve Miranda, Executive Vice President, Oracle Applications Product Development

Brenna Quinn

Advancing Healthcare with Open Technology, Innovation, and Expertise (10:57)

Brenna Quinn, Chief Product Officer, Oracle Cerner

David Feinberg

The Value of Connected Data to Achieve Health Goals (01:19)

David Feinberg, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Oracle Cerner

Healthcare innovators are driving better outcomes

Jim Kublin

Developing Vaccines to End Pandemics Including HIV (00:45)

Jim Kublin, MD, MPH, and Executive Director of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

James E.K. Hildreth

Using Data to Improve Health Equity and Care (01:27)

James E.K. Hildreth, PhD, MD, and President and CEO of Meharry Medical College

Kevin Jarrold

Improving Care Access, Efficiencies, and Health Outcomes (02:01)

David Walliker, Chief Digital and Partnerships Officer of Oxford University Hospitals and National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust, and Kevin Jarrold, Joint CIO of Imperial College Healthcare and NHS Trust

Tony Ambrozie

Automating Electronic Health Records to Improve Patient Care (01:38)

Tony Ambrozie, Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer/CIO, Baptist Health South Florida

“Better information is the key to transforming healthcare. Better information will allow doctors to deliver better patient outcomes. Better information will allow public health officials to develop much better public health policy. And better information will fundamentally lower healthcare costs overall.”

Larry Ellison Chairman of the Board and Chief Technology Officer, Oracle

“COVID-19 showed us the big gains to be made by deploying technology effectively not only in fighting the pandemic but in creating the healthcare systems of the future without the necessity of replicating the often outdated legacy systems of the developed world.”

Tony Blair Former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Executive Chairman of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

“We’re seeing that progress that has been made over the past two years with COVID-19 and the vaccines against COVID can now be applied back to HIV and other pathogens. The partnership we have with Oracle has really made this happen.”

Jim Kublin, MD, MPH Executive Director of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

“In healthcare and in public health, we now understand quite clearly that data and big data can allow us to develop treatment plans that are more precise and effective and impactful to the people that we care about.”

James E.K. Hildreth, PhD, MD President and CEO, Meharry Medical College

“AI and machine learning will be transformational over the next 10 years, and in our trust, we'll be looking to use this technology to improve diagnostic performance such as predicting cancers earlier and undertaking routine results for consultants.”

David Walliker Chief Digital and Partnerships Officer, Oxford University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust