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Dr Bilal Mateen, senior manager and clinical technology lead at the Wellcome Trust, shares how the trust addresses global health challenges, especially mental health, the impact of climate change on health and infectious diseases.
(Sponsored) Simon Philip Rost, chief marketing officer at GE Healthcare Enterprise Digital Solutions, talks about digital health trends. Healthcare institutions will be successful if they unite clinical medicine and data science, he says.
In this interview Agnes Buzyn, executive director at the WHO Academy, introduces the new learning center offering 100 programs, including blended formats, to health and care workers, policymakers and the public worldwide by 2024.
(Sponsored) Corinne Dive-Reclus, global head of lab insights business at Roche Diagnostics, explains how Roche helps the healthcare industry by digitizing labs, accelerating innovation access and connecting providers with actionable data.
Dr. Tamsin Brown, delivery lead at NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur Programme and pediatric lead at ORCHA, shares her learnings from the pandemic, including a mindset shift among patients and clinicians regarding digital tools and apps.
(Sponsored) Nicky Murphy, international government health lead at AWS, discusses how the cloud computing platform supports healthcare organizations and startups that are working to promote care equity and improve outcomes.
"In this post-COVID world there just isn't enough capacity to meet the demand globally," Numan Chief Medical Strategy Officer Sam Shah says while discussing the need to create meaningful services that are accessible and make better use of resources.
(Sponsored) Erik Van Hoeymissen, VP of global business development at 3M, expands on the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care: AI, virtual assistants and digital language processing can support the transformation.
Germany's national digital maturity assessment has revealed that interoperability is a major barrier. Some hospitals don't want to share data, some are not able to, says Prof. Alexander Geissler from the University of St. Gallen.
According to Tarja Stenvall, Sanofi SVP of key markets and general medicines, a crucial cornerstone is to have well-informed and engaged patients. With less red tape, she finds, trust will turn into better patient engagement.