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Drew Glaser, postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Davis, talks about her research using microfluidics technology to simulate conditions that occur in space.
Altwork Founder and CEO Che Voigt demonstrates workstation technology that adapts to any position, benefiting those with spinal or muscular issues.
Heather Provino, managing partner of The Scanlon Group, describes the roots of population health's digitization, and why the last few years in particular have been exciting for the sector.
Danielle Carroll, postdoctoral scholar and orthopaedic surgeon at UCSF, discusses how space health can learn from global health.
Decentralization of decision-making and greater collaboration should be prioritized in digital transformation projects, says Gerrit Schumann, managing director at Handelsblatt Media Group.
Citizens have full access to how their data is used in managing their healthcare which helps ensure trust remains high between the appropriate stakeholders, says Kalle Killar, deputy secretary general at the Ministry of Social Affairs in Estonia.
Dr. Nathalie Bloch, head of the innovation center for digital health at Sheba Medical Center, talks about creating the right infrastructure to implement technology solutions by partnering with startups and established companies.
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.
At HEALTH - The Digital Leaders event, Helene Lengler of InterSystems, talks about the engagement with university hospitals within SMITH consortium to harness data stocks for research and the potential for international standards in Germany.
At HEALTH - The Digital Leaders event, Christoph Herborn, chairman and CMO at Asklepios, pictures digitization from the perspective of doctors: The implementation of EHR is a meaningful step, while other innovations remain field tests, for now.