Attorney Sherwin Yoder will moderate a MITEF program on digital health. The featured startup will be Oxitone, the first company to bring to market an FDA-approved wearable that measures blood oxygen and heart rate among other things.
About the Program
There is no doubt that the digital health ecosystem is growing and the use cases for transformative digital health tools continue to evolve. Global Market Insights expects the global digital health market to hit $504.4 billion by 2025 and in August, Apple released data from an early research study it did with Eli Lilly to detect evidence of alzheimers by using data from Apple watches and iPhones.
A serious effort is being made by hospitals, providers, payers, pharmaceutical companies and others to help accelerate the adoption and scale of innovative digital health solutions. Simultaneously, these groups also need to strategically align their technology initiatives to meet the demand of the next generation integrated care requirements.
On September 19, we’ll discuss the way forward for innovative digital health technologies including:
Technology-enabled care: improving the delivery and experience of healthcare
The innovation around wearables, artificial intelligence and personalized healthcare
How health systems are addressing digital health technologies