Five billion people worldwide do not have access to safe surgical services. Surgical diseases cause more death worldwide than HIV/AIDS, TB & Malaria combined. Using digital technology, we may enable surgeons to deliver safe surgical care for everyone
News and hype surround the field of radiology with headlines around the world purporting that it will be disrupted overnight. Few companies though really have the evidence to back up these claims.
Securing relationships with payors is often stated as a must for digital health companies looking to gain credibility and scale. The inevitable question arises 'who is going to pay for this and why?'
Digital patient reported outcomes (or ePROs) are one area of digital health showing significant promise. These solutions are showing evidence of efficacy on the basis of timely communication, simple technology solving a complicated problem.
In Part 2 of this report, we investigate some of the recently failed digital health efforts and ascertain the lessons we should learn from them.
The opioid crisis in the US is known to all in the health industry. We decided to launch a Task Force to gain a better perspective of the problem and potential technology enabled solutions from a multitude of stakeholders.
Is digital health merely a big collection of pilots; a good thing to talk about and a cool thing to have? What constitutes success in the world of health technology? Does a multi million-dollar investment mean we’re getting somewhere?
We brought together a multi-stakeholder group of experts who commented on key questions relating to the disruptive possibilities of virtual pharmacies on traditional retail pharmacies as well as other areas within the healthcare ecosystem.
We are being firmly nudged to seriously consider the role digital solutions can play in increasing quality of life and independence for aging populations. Our reports looks how new aged care models can help.
Our report on Artificial Intelligence that focuses on select AI applications in the following areas: life sciences, care delivery, payor & consumer.