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Irene Froehlich, chief communications officer at DrFirst, talks about the changing world of digital health and offers advice on starting a career in health tech.
Dr. Bridget Duffy, former chief experience officer at the Cleveland Clinic and CMO at Vocera, discusses burnout during COVID-19, how to protect the physical and emotional safety of the healthcare workforce, and how technology can help and hurt.
In the midst of the crisis, Ochsner Health organized, formatted and shared data for a "never again" scenario, says Amy Trainor, vice president of IS clinical systems.
Telehealth has clearly been adopted widely during COVID-19, but digital therapeutics, diagnostics and remote patient monitoring are predicted to play a more significant role moving forward, says Liz Ashall-Payne, founder and CEO of ORCHA.
Connected thermostats and fitness trackers are a good start toward smart communities, but Parks Associates' Jennifer Kent says consumers expect many digital health devices to be reimbursed or provided by public or industry stakeholders.
Swapna Kakani, a patient advocate, tells her story of living with a rare disease and becoming a part of the emerging wave of patient leaders.
Digital tools have been widely adopted across the globe during COVID-19, with remote monitoring for chronic care being popular in the Nordics, says Marianne Larsson, director of New Industries and Innovation, Innovation Skåne.
The digital health indicator has helped to remove care siloes and enabled a more integrated, outcomes-orientated healthcare system, says Vanessa Janissen, national director of strategy and service development at Calvary Health Care, Australia.
Dr. Amy Abernethy, principal deputy commissioner at the U.S. FDA, talks regulatory "agility" during the coronavirus pandemic.
(Sponsored) Darine Ghanem, global head of personalized healthcare and patient access, global medical affairs, at Roche, discusses why patient care virtualization is in urgent need and how Roche is supporting the sector in using digital technology.