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Addressing New Challenges Created by Virtual Care
Addressing New Challenges Created by Virtual Care Milan Shah | Chief Technology Officer, Biofourmis Virtual healthcare is positively transforming how healthcare is delivered. As a result, multiple organizations must come together to execute care delivery that’s complicated by challenges with centralized EMR systems in virtual care management. Information management, including storage, sharing, and accessibility, needs to be carefully managed and considered. Blockchain technology is a viable solution to address new challenges created by virtual care.
Understanding Strategic Planning to Optimize Market Success and Maintain Regulatory Compliance
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Understanding Strategic Planning to Optimize Market Success and Maintain Regulatory Compliance Charles C. Dunham, IV | Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP, Houston, Texas, USA Carsten Kociok | Local Partner, Greenberg Traurig Germany, LLP, Berlin, Germany The following discusses the top legal and regulatory issues affecting information governance and data privacy and security measures being implemented or expanded in the United States and European Union. This presentation provides valuable insights to startups and existing telemedicine providers and digital health technology companies seeking to understand strategic planning to optimize market success and maintain regulatory compliance. Key Topics / Learning Points Policy trends in the United States and recently enacted state privacy laws Practical insights and recommendations to compliance with GDPR or local privacy rules Flexibilities applied during the pandemic to ensure access to safer health care Pending legislation impacting information governance and data protection Access and use of individually identifiable information in clinical trials and research
Rebel Patients and Caregivers Podcast – Part 1
Rebel Patients and Caregivers Podcast – Part 1 SpeakersSusannah Fox, Author, Rebel Health: A Field Guide to the Patient-Led Revolution in Medical Care, USAMatthew Sakumoto, MD, CMIO, Sutter West Bay Region, and Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF, USAModerator: Sarah Bell, RN, MSN, MHA, Vice President, Product and Clinical Evaluation, Biofourmis, USA Do you or someone you know feel alone, forgotten, or lost in the shadows of suffering, whether navigating a new diagnosis, or life with a chronic condition? Inspiring patients are creating solutions and setting new standards for what’s possible in health and outcomes. If you’re a patient, survivor, or caregiver, join speakers to learn valuable new skills, and how to deploy them. Discussion Topics Providing guidance for those suffering from new diagnosis or chronic conditions on how to leverage patient-led groups to find answers and change their course of care Clinician experiences with patient-led groups and patient-led healthcare Learn about the four patient archetypes – Seeker, Networker, Solver, and Champion Advice for patients, caregivers, and survivors who want to learn how to navigate roadblocks and the lack of information in their healthcare journey Advice for how “Seekers” can get started Clinicians advice on facing unknowns to patients and how to navigate the healthcare system Concerns about potential misinformation in patient and caregiver-led groups Data on patients self-regulating and accuracy of reports Turning to online sources such as “Dr. Google” or patient-led groups for information
How Confidential Computing and Blockchain Meet the Requirements of Zero Trust
How Confidential Computing and Blockchain Meet the Requirements of Zero Trust Stephen Dennis | CTO, Softhread Dr. Bob Rogers | Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, BeeKeeperAI Over 90% of all biomedical AI research is stalled due to its inability to access real world protected health information to complete the required clinical validation and valuation prior to its deployment. With AI forecasted to improve patient outcomes by 40% and costs by 50% the new paradigm of zero trust must be adopted and leveraged to avoid the existential crisis facing biomedical AI research. Join us and learn how confidential computing and blockchain meet the requirements of zero trust.
How Blockchain Enables a More Person-Centered Experience
How Blockchain Enables a More Person-Centered Experience Gabriela Pelin | Chief Innovation Officer, Avaneer Health Mark Treshock | Executive Director, Emerging Technology, CVS Health Bob Holzer | Sr. Director Technology Exploration, Health Care Service Corporation The discussion will cover how blockchain enables a more person-centered experience from the beginning of care through payment. With examples from real-world use cases, the discussion will explore how healthcare organizations can better collaborate together using blockchain, co-create workflows and joint processes, and deliver a better experience. The discussion will answer these questions: How are blockchain-enabled solutions more focused on the person? What does the network solve that isn’t addressed by other solutions? How do your use cases transform the member’s experience? What ways can providers and payers collaborate and work together better using blockchain?