Healthcare system of any nation can only be as strong as the collective health of the population. In these unprecedented times, the digital health is seeing an inflection point which compel the nations to use it as a standard protocol. Digital health has moved from the pilots to rapid rollouts for mainstream deployment and it is expectated to stay at the center stage for next few years to come.

Armed with advancements in technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, cognitive computing, wearables, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality, digital health is now aspiring to move away from being a companion to traditional healthcare to being a fully functional ecosystem on its own. Virtual care is seen as the primary application to be deployed in order to provide seamless care to be extended beyond the hospitals. It needs to be utilized to the full extent beyond just teleconsultation to monitor, engage and manage the patients effectively.

While the pandemic has been a catalyst in the rapid adoption of digital healthcare, its true success will be measured by its ability to sustain the engagement levels in a post-COVID world. As healthcare organizations prepare themselves for the new normal and beyond, they need to continue investments in building a robust, secure, scalable, and resilient digital health infrastructure. This shift towards digital health centred around virtual care also creates an imperative for stakeholders to collaborate and address the concerns around privacy, security, and trust to enhance provider productivity, improve outcomes, and deliver a personalized and integrated experience to patients.

Zinnov, a leading consulting & advisory firm in partnership with HARMAN, a global leader in providing connected solutions, is hosting an exclusive Virtual Forum on the theme “Future of Digital Health” on 05th November, between 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM EDT.

We invite you to be part of this closed-door discussion as we bring together key stakeholders of the Healthcare ecosystem to discuss the Future of Digital Health.

Key Discussion Areas

  • What role can digital health and virtual care play in addressing the different healthcare needs of patients and providers?
  • What are the key digital health tools that will be important in addressing gaps in current delivery models, thereby optimizing cost, and improving outcomes?
  • What are some of the barriers that will impede the growth of virtual care and digital health in the post-COVID world?
  • What are the benefits that digital health offers to the different stakeholders in the healthcare value chain?
  • What will drive the evolution of virtual care and digital health in the immediate, near, and long term? What are the technology innovation in the research labs that prove to be the most promising candidate as gamechanger in virtual care?
  • How should the healthcare ecosystem (providers, tech companies, policymakers) collaborate to drive digital health initiatives?

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