Never has there been more of an opportunity to leverage technology to propel the power of the patient and positively influence the future of healthcare. In partnership with OTRADI, OBI, and the Israel Consulate General to the Pacific Northwest, TAO’s hosted Day One of the Health Tech Summit featuring individuals and companies that are tackling the healthcare problems of tomorrow through the deployment of tech and innovation, in a way that can drive long-lasting, user-centric change.
SESSION ONE: POLICY INNOVATION IN HEALTHCARE DATA
The increasing digitization of healthcare impacts everyone, and healthcare systems, tech companies, and the public sector all play critical roles as technology in healthcare becomes more pervasive. How do we ensure that sensitive healthcare data is managed in a universally transparent, inclusive, and equitable way? What approaches to policy development are best suited to building trust and avoiding silos between essential stakeholders in this dynamic data ecosystem? What kinds of healthcare data policy innovation are possible at the state versus federal levels?
Monday, November 15th Health Tech Summit hosted a panel discussion with leading data privacy, legal, and healthcare experts as we explore these questions and more.
The World Health Organization estimated a decade ago that the cost of treating mental health issues between 2011 and 2030 would top $16 trillion worldwide, exceeding cardiovascular diseases.
As the number of people experiencing anxiety and depression has skyrocketed throughout the pandemic, so has the growth of tech-focused behavioral healthcare companies. Technology has opened a new frontier in mental health support and data collection – with mobile devices giving the public, doctors, and researchers new ways to access help, monitor progress, and increase understanding of mental wellbeing.
Our second session for Health Tech Summit is a virtual conversation featuring mental health tech innovators focused on the advantages and disadvantages of expanding mental health treatment and research in technology.
Representatives from each health tech company will present their product or services for ten minutes, followed by a five-minute Q&A by attendees of the session.
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