23 episodi

Brought to you by the editors of Internet Retailer, B2B E-Commerce World and Internet Health Management, the Digital Commerce 360 Insights podcast covers news and stories of how the internet is revolutionizing commerce. It combines data insights with analysis listeners can apply to their own businesses, and includes interviews with industry executives and trendsetters.

Digital Commerce 360 Insights From the editors of Internet Retailer, B2B E-Commerce World and Internet He

    • Economia

Brought to you by the editors of Internet Retailer, B2B E-Commerce World and Internet Health Management, the Digital Commerce 360 Insights podcast covers news and stories of how the internet is revolutionizing commerce. It combines data insights with analysis listeners can apply to their own businesses, and includes interviews with industry executives and trendsetters.

    How digital health programs helped limit the flu's spread

    How digital health programs helped limit the flu's spread

    We've all been there, sitting in a doctor's waiting room, listening to people around us cough and sneeze and wondering if we're going to catch what they've got. But some patients in southwest Michigan, where Spectrum Health operates, got a reprieve from this year's nasty flu bug. In this episode, Spectrum Health chief operating officer Tina Freese Decker shares how the health system's long-term investments in digital health services helped deliver health care to those in need and limit the flu's spread.

    • 27 min
    The hottest topics in B2B e-commerce in 2018

    The hottest topics in B2B e-commerce in 2018

    In this episode, B2B E-Commerce World editors Paul Demery and Bill Briggs share and discuss their predictions for B2B e-commerce in 2018. The episode digs into the hot topics of the Internet of Things, platform-readiness and the role of the sales team in an increasingly digital world.

    • 12 min
    Top retail predictions for 2018, with Rob Garf of Salesforce.com

    Top retail predictions for 2018, with Rob Garf of Salesforce.com

    We've been in touch with a clutch of retail's top thought leaders asking what their top predictions for the industry are for 2018. In this episode, Rob Garf, vice president of industry strategy and insights at Salesforce Commerce Cloud, shares his predictions. The episode digs into the hot topics of artificial intelligence and voice-driven experiences, and what these developments mean for retailers.

    • 16 min
    How digitally delivered health care helps kids stay healthy

    How digitally delivered health care helps kids stay healthy

    Children's Health is one of the largest pediatric health care providers, and as VP of digital health Julie Hall-Barrow is the driving force behind its ground-breaking initiatives to deliver care to kids who might otherwise not see a doctor. In this episode Hall-Barrow and Internet Health Management editor Mark Brohan discuss the origination and execution of Children's Health's school- and community-based telehealth programs and the digital monitoring methods it uses to make sure patients stay healthy.

    • 29 min
    Making sense of Cyber Week sales and the shopping yet to come

    Making sense of Cyber Week sales and the shopping yet to come

    Online retailers have booked strong holiday sales this season, and in this episode we analyze the sales activity and trends evident during Cyber Week--the Tuesday before Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday (the Monday following Thanksgiving). Providing statistics and analysis is Ken Cassar, VP and principal analyst at Slice Intelligence. Ken names the week's sales winners and losers, market leaders and challengers, and forecasts what retailers and consumers can expect for the remainder of the season.

    • 31 min
    Dr. Robert Pearl on what it will take to make health care better

    Dr. Robert Pearl on what it will take to make health care better

    Dr. Robert Pearl, former CEO of Permanente, the largest medical group in the U.S., has a unique vantage point on how much digital and data technology can help transform--or at least improve--how health care is delivered and managed in this country. In this episode he talks about digital technology's contribution to improved treatments and outcomes for patients and the themes running through his recently published book, "Mistreated: Why We Think We're Getting Good Health Care--and Why We're Usually Wrong."

    • 31 min

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