Albert Chi, MD, medical director of Muscle Integration at Oregon Health & Science University and patient Johnny Matheny demonstrate how nerve reassignment and VR rehab work to advance prosthetic limb technology.
Matt Park, the general manager of the Swiss-based company Dacadoo Americas, explains how the company’s health scoring app works and their bet consumers also want to calculate their real time health risks with a new component of the open API.
David Hoke, senior director of Associate Health and Well-Being at Walmart, explains how the store and Fresh Tri app will engage consumers with chronic health conditions to address an important health issue - their diet.
Iomed Medical Solution CEO Javier de Oca is in the business of generating data specific databases for health systems and believes the time is now to see that data translate into better patient outcomes and sustainable systems for providers.
Chris Pesce, chief operating officer at Sober Grid, talks about how the company won the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's opioid challenge for its mobile app integrating a peer support social network with certified and trained peer recovery coaches.
Jack Resneck, chair of the American Medical Association Board of Trustees, emphasizes the need for physicians to be involved in the early stages of app development to ensure they actually improve the overall care quality for patients.
Kyra Bobinet, MD, founder the neuroscience-based design firm EngagedIN, is working with AI algorithms in Walmart’s First Tri app to build a brain taxonomy to identify behavior to help individuals understand what motivation changes their food habits.
Aashima Gupta, global head of Health Solutions at Google Cloud, talks about Google’s approach to technology enabling infrastructure with healthcare industry standards to allows organizations to have more time to innovate.
Advancing open APIs so consumers can better coordinate their healthcare is a key piece of the 21st Century Cures Act implementation for Thomas Mason, MD, chief medical officer for National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
Livongo CEO Glen Tullman explains that moves by businesses like Amazon and CVS are pushing the traditional healthcare system model because ready or not, consumers want to make their own healthcare decisions.