Digital health has shown tremendous promise, but has also brought complex challenges - especially in determining what works, for whom, how well and at what time. The increasing availability of behavioral and contextual data from things like wearables, health apps and other sources allow for new types of real-life data to be correlated with more traditional clinical outcomes. In the age of value-based care and precision medicine, this is especially exciting because it can help to quantify outcomes, understand the role of behavior in chronic disease, and empower people to participate more broadly in their own health. Join us for a look at trends in this space and to discover how value is being redefined in digital health.
The Power of a Connected Population to Define Value in Digital Health
A presentation by Leslie Oley