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Jabari Butler outlines the lessons other federally qualified health centers can take from HEALing Community Center's virtual care rollout.
The Indian government has advocated the use of digital tools to accelerate virtual care, including telehealth, and address the shortage of hospital beds, says professor Krishnan Ganapathy, director of Apollo Telehealth Services, India.
(Sponsored) Transformation in telemedicine, AI diagnosis and AI-enabled medical devices have been accelerated during the pandemic, while innovative digital tools can now help in everyday life for South Koreans, says Yuri Jung, manager, F&D Partners.
Dr. Hans Kluge, WHO regional director for Europe, says universal health coverage is based on systems ensuring an equitable vaccination rollout that is underpinned by solidarity, while the power of connectivity can enable preventative care.
The senator describes the bipartisan interest in safeguarding access to telemedicine as "thrilling."
(Sponsored) Dr. Rowland Illing, chief medical officer and director of International Government Health for Amazon Web Services, shares the various AWS technologies developed and deployed during COVID-19.
As a longtime telehealth advocate, the senator from Virginia says it will take a “sizeable federal commitment” to get Americans connected.
Dr. Deborah Maufi, chief medical officer at Babymoon Care, discusses the health inequalities that need to be addressed after COVID-19 and highlights ways to build a more equitable system for maternal health.
Innovations include digitally streaming application specialists into the operating room, says Dr. Atul Gupta, CMO of Philips' Image Guided Therapy business.
Franka Cadée, president of the International Confederation of Midwives, discusses how to make sure the use of digital tools is preserving compassionate connections between clinicians and patients.