Digital health and virtual care promise to deliver patients a better care experience that makes access to care more convenient, streamlined, and more closely attuned to their needs. Reports predict that by 2040, empowered consumers, radically interoperable data, and scientific and technological advances will transform the health care system we know today.
COVID-19 highlighted the need to accelerate adoption of all types of digital health applications, but has served as the impetus for innovation, including the development of the next-generation healthcare technology stack that is virtual first and digital health focused.
The new health tech stack is been engineered from the ground up in the cloud, using AI/ML technology. The current health tech stack that most existing products have been built on limits interoperability and were not originally designed for patient centricity. An emerging ecosystem of innovators is developing digital first healthcare solutions that put the patient in control and support seamless integration with other platforms. Yet, the ability to build and deliver new health platforms at intersection domain and technology expertise is a common hurdle to innovation. The digital health leaders of tomorrow will excel at integrating deep industry insight with technology expertise.
Join us for an interactive discussion on how cloud, data, and artificial intelligence can be utilized to enhance and extend existing digital health offerings and accelerate the development of the next-generation cloud-native platforms.