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In our first episode of "When It Works," intracranial hematoma patient Danielle Collins and George Washington University Hospital's Dr. Walter Jean discuss how a virtual reality tool helped Collins comprehend her condition.
The proliferation of digital personal assistants and other voice interfaces have opened the door for personable AI care platforms, LifePod Solutions CEO Stuart Patterson says.
Helping practitioners self-learn and improve patient outcomes through coaching and data dashboards has also benefited employers with better risk mitigation strategies, says Melinda Wassell, chief health informatics officer at Work Healthy Australia.
Bryan Poteet, CEO and co-founder of Continuity Health Solutions, outlines how the home medical device ecosystem has changed over the past decade of its business.
Rick Beberman, CEO of Sira Medical, runs a demo of his company's VR/AR surgery planning tool, which he says can save up to 20% of operating room time and provide additional revenue opportunities.
Jena Daniels, director of research at Medable, describes how digital trial technologies can streamline clinical research and improve the patient experience.
There is progress in Germany with digital health, but the digitization process needs to speed up in order to keep up with the rest of Europe, says Peter Vullinghs, CEO of Philips Market DACH.
Ibo Teuber, director healthcare at Deloitte, outlines why Germany needs good innovation management and predicts digital diagnostics, holistic and personalized treatments will remodel clinical processes and lay focus on patients.
Jörg Studzinski, with HIMSS Analytics, and Jochen Messemer, with McKinsey & Company, discuss HIMSS European eHealth Survey findings that include telemedicine's growing importance and countries that are digital health role models.
Charles Parker, principal of Escentium Consulting, gives his thoughts on the value of various remote monitoring technologies.