Digital Health’s deployment has been as fast as it has wide. Overnight it has become the central focus for hospitals, health plans and emerging market disruptors across the nation. The result? Workflows are more complicated than ever. We’re failing on patient engagement. And we still lack a clearly defined digital care payment infrastructure.
Another year of sub-optimal digital health use is not an option for an industry at breaking point. Now is the moment to tackle our inefficiencies and create the sustainable care delivery system that our overburdened workforce and underserved patients deserve.
That’s why 300+ digital health leaders, from health systems, payers, policy makers, pharma, and health tech, join forces at Reuters Events Digital Health this April; to share the truly groundbreaking practices and systems that we urgently require to be replicated industry-wide for quality, affordable and equitable healthcare in America.
Create the foundations of Digital Health: Data and operations
Build integrated care systems that effectively track the journey of each individual patient. Implement AI and machine learning for more efficient data analysis. Harness the power of real time data to monitor your hospitals resources, avoid shortages and drastically improve patient safety.
Regulation, population health and payments models for Digital Health
Impact reimbursement discussions to see that you are supported economically for your offering of digital health solutions. Leverage community collaborations and interoperability to better understand population health and address gaps in your care provision. Assess the impact of ‘Direct to Consumer’ models on your business and position yourself accordingly in an increasingly competitive market.
Self-health, consumerization and health at home
Build and sustain patient engagement with remote monitoring solutions. Ensure disadvantaged or disconnected populations are not left behind in the digital health era. Maximise the digital literacy of your patients and your clinicians.
Diversify and develop your virtual health offering
Provide a hybrid care model fit for post-pandemic society. Better capture patient data via telehealth to provide more informed clinical assessments virtually. Ensure quality control of telehealth consultations across your organisation to increase patient safety and satisfaction.