The explosion of health-related data could transform clinical trials and drug development. But only if we learn how to make sense of the data first.
As investors pour money into health startups, customers press for price breaks and streamlining; ‘We are inundated’.
It’s no secret that technology has the grand potential to completely revolutionize how we approach healthcare. Actually, transforming the healthcare industry is much more challenging.
Health is more about what happens outside the clinic. So why aren’t our high-tech health care systems better at addressing it?
Is that FitBit or FuelBand actually doing your patient or you any good? The first studies are gearing up to find out.
"We’re headed toward a zero code world, where AI writes it for you or you just say what you want and natural language processing takes care of the rest,” says Patel. “The pace will be tremendously faster than what we’re seeing today. The question is, how do we align our regulations to that radically different development timeline?”
The growing popularity of blood sugar monitoring for non-diabetics and the noninvasive device CEO Tim Cook has been seen wearing lately has prompted speculation that such indicators, familiar to diabetes sufferers, could become commonplace, allowing us to make decisions about when and what to eat if we want to perform better at work, lose weight, etc.
High-tech health care hasn’t proved effective at changing patients’ bad habits.
What if, instead of creating artificial policies to reduce the cost of healthcare, we focus instead on creating a marketplace that improves the consumer experience of shopping for, accessing and receiving healthcare? A market of supply and demand, where providers must compete to treat you, would dramatically change the cost equation in your favor.
In venture capital, we always ask: “where’s the pain that your product takes away, and who cares?” In U.S. healthcare the pain (literally) is huge, and everyone cares. Relieving some of that pain makes the prospect of Digital Health exciting.
Virtual home assistants and portable diagnostic devices will help provide better elder care and in turn control medical costs.
Digital health technologies have the power to transform healthcare. Yet many new technologies are hitting ‘last mile" issues and failing to deliver on their promise. We believe that access to the creative minds and patients at our world class medical center can drive insights into the successful development, implementation, and adoption of new digital health technologies.
The Digital Health Coalition, a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status, was created to serve as the collective public voice and national public forum for the discussion of the current and future issues relevant to digital and electronic marketing of healthcare products and services.
The distance between providers represents the space that Digital Health Space is attempting to close using virtual applications, websites, social media, email, web portals and telehealth.
Digital Health Summit focuses on the latest products and consumers' growing demand for high-tech health services.
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Thank you for your interest in the Story of Digital Health! As we are seeing and experiencing, digital health – the convergence of the digital and genetics revolutions with health and healthcare – is empowering us to better track, manage, and improve our own and our family’s health. It’s also helping to reduce inefficiencies in healthcare delivery, improve access, reduce costs, increase quality, and make medicine more personalized and precise.
Dr. Bertalan Mesko, PhD is the Medical Futurist. A geek physician with a PhD in genomics and Amazon Top 100 author, he envisions the impact of digital health technologies on the future of healthcare, and helps patients, doctors, government regulators and companies make it a reality.
Launched in 2007, Health Media Network is the fastest growing digital Point of Care media company in the U.S., reaching more than 55,000 physicians in over 12,000 medical offices and healthcare systems across the country. HMN offers 30 specialty health networks that educate and empower patients to facilitate better conversations with their doctors.
Medgadget is an independent on-line journal covering the latest medical gadgets and technologies, discoveries in medical science, and the progress of the digital revolution in the healthcare industry.
TEDMED celebrates conversations that demonstrate the intersection and connections between all things medical and healthcare related: from personal health to public health, devices to design and Hollywood to the hospital. Together, this encompasses more than twenty percent of our GNP in America while touching everyone's life around the globe.
We are engaging patients, providers and the connected health community to deliver quality care outside of traditional medical settings. Telehealth, remote care and disease management initiatives reflect the opportunities for technology-enabled care programs. Join us - share your thoughts, learn from others - help transform healthcare.
Evidation Health began as a collaboration between GE Ventures and Stanford Health Care to realize a shared vision for a digital health enabled future.
At the University of Southern California Center for Body Computing (CBC) we believe that technology solutions are not the problem or the drivers of our terrific and ever rising health care costs, they are the solutions, and they represent the very best achievements in modern society. The need for these digital health products, when their capability is fully realized, will transcend policy and politics.