Partners in Digital Health

di Tory Cenaj

Partners in Digital Health (PDH) is a forward-reaching media and communications company, catalyzing strategic thoughts-leaders, and new era thinkers that champion the acceleration of healthcare transformation. The portfolio converges leading academics, pragmatic innovators, and practitioners around the globe to assist in the acceleration of healthcare transformation, and better outcomes for health consumers presenting evidence  ...   ...  Leggi dettagli

Episodi del podcast

  • Stagione 5

  • Crypto-Secure Data Management for Healthcare

    Crypto-Secure Data Management for Healthcare

    Crypto-Secure Data Management for Healthcare Wei Hu, BS, MS | Senior Vice President of Development, Oracle, Palo Alto, California, United States Blockchain is a new technology that has attracted a tremendous amount of interest. However, up to now, blockchain has mainly been used to develop decentralized multi-party applications. This presentation describes breakthrough technology that deeply integrates blockchain into the Oracle database. Since virtually all critical data are stored in databases, this makes it possible to implement blockchain in mainstream healthcare and enterprise applications with minimal changes. We will begin by introducing the threats posed by hackers and compromised insiders. Then we will describe how in-database blockchain can protect data against these threats, comparing this against conventional blockchains. Use cases are shared from customers that have adopted this technology.

  • Developing a Secure Internet-based Network of Trusted Data

    Developing a Secure Internet-based Network of Trusted Data

    Developing a Secure Internet-based Network of Trusted Data Thomas Hardjono, PhD | Chief Technical Officer, MIT Connection Science and Engineering. MIT Connection Science, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA Florence Hudson, BSE | Founder and CEO, FDHint, LLC; Chair, IEEE-Standards Association working group (IEEE/UL P2933) for Clinical Internet of Things (IOT) Data and Device Interoperability with TIPPSS – Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protections, Safety, Security Our world has not caught up with technology, and as a result has become more dangerous and nefarious with clandestine actors. Learn what reputable organizations, businesses and academic pioneers are doing to preserve digital identity, data provenance, universal access, and secure privacy-preserving transactions, to harness socially responsible global data sharing.

  • Data Economy in Healthcare on Blockchain Technology

    Data Economy in Healthcare on Blockchain Technology

    Data Economy in Healthcare on Blockchain Technology Kevin Yavuz | Managing Consultant Blockchain, Data and Technology Transformation, IBM The importance of data and digitization in healthcare cannot be overstated. These advancements have the potential to revolutionize the way healthcare is delivered, leading to improved patient outcomes, enhanced efficiency, and better decision-making by healthcare providers. Blockchain technology can play a significant role in addressing the main challenges like data accessibility, privacy, interoperability and patient empowerment, ultimately transforming the healthcare ecosystem into a data-driven economy

  • Keeping Up With Generative Intelligence Near Term with Jepson Taylor

    Keeping Up With Generative Intelligence Near Term with Jepson Taylor

    Keeping Up With Generative Intelligence Near Term with Jepson Taylor In an era where technology is transforming every facet of our lives, the healthcare sector stands to gain immensely. The presentation addresses intelligence and the ability to acquire knowledge, through experience, and apply that to future decisions, data, beating human benchmarks, and cost & time. In addition, the speaker explores the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in revolutionizing healthcare over the next three to five years using images to illustrate transformation and engagement with AI, accelerating the human creative, comfort and confidence with iteration, and the benefit of AI invented algorithms. We stand at the brink of a new age where every timestamp, notation, and piece of ‘digital exhaust’ could potentially contribute to our health assessment and longevity. The advent of ‘in perpetuum’ tools promises a future where AI will shape a new health economy.

  • Blockchain in Health - From Pilots to Mainstream and Implications for AI

    Blockchain in Health - From Pilots to Mainstream and Implications for AI

    Blockchain in Health - From Pilots to Mainstream and Implications for AI Speakers delve into and beyond the BHTY published article “Moving Beyond Proof of Concept and Pilots to Mainstream: Discovery and Lessons from Blockchain in Healthcare,” located at https://doi.org/10.30953/bhty.v6.280. This continuous journey extends the framework and solution assemblies including further developments, with cross over into generative AI and ethics. Article Authors and Speakers Sathya Krishnasamy, MS | Founder, ChainAim, USA Badri Gopalakrishnan, PhD | University of Washington, USA Atul Apte, BSc | Founder and Chief Research Officer, Adarza LLC, USA Moderator: Anjum Khurshid, MD, PhD | Department of Population Medicine,, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute & Harvard Medical School, USA