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Amy Bantham, DrPH candidate at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, describes her research on physician-prescribed exercise referral programs for cardiac rehabilitation.
Mahima Muralidharan , chief psychology officer at Tiatros, talks about partnerships her company has made to inject digital mental health support into established care and rehab programs.
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.
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.
Jena Daniels, director of research at Medable, describes how digital trial technologies can streamline clinical research and improve the patient experience.
Charles Parker, principal of Escentium Consulting, gives his thoughts on the value of various remote monitoring technologies.
University of Pittsburgh Professor Lora Burke describes her research into healthy behaviors, and why encouraging health skills is increasingly difficult in today's landscape.
Kathleen Warner, chief of emerging strategies and ventures at the AHA, describes how the organization is looking to guide healthcare startups as they build credibility and supporting data.
Patrick Wayte, SVP of the AHA's Center for Health Technology and Innovation, describes how his organization is working to bring clinicians, behaviorists and technologists into a single conversation.
The gulf between tech's vision and the clinical world's practical needs is wide, and clinical evidence will be vital in closing that gap, says Duke School of Medicine Professor Dr. Eric Peterson.