Supporting Partnerships to Drive a Stronger More Innovative Digital Health Sector
Digital health is building upon the foundation of enterprise systems and digital record technology to create an even more consumer-centric model as seen in other industries. This evolution will require a greater integration of the myriad of new data sources connected to the health ecosystem, such as wearable devices, and a change in focus from acute and institutional care to more community-based health care solutions.
This shift will be made possible by technology and innovation. How can jurisdictions, organizations, vendors, and innovators partner and collaborate to eliminate the barriers to innovation in order to accelerate this health system transformation? How can we continue to build and extend the evidence base for decision making for digital health innovation?
Tim Murphy, Alberta Innovates
Jan Benedikt Brönneke, LL.M., Director Law & Economics Health Technologies – health innovation hub, Germany
Eric Shutherland, Executive Director, pan-Canadian Health Data Strategy, Public Health Agency of Canada
Nicole DeKort, Vice-President, Ontario & Marketing at Medtech Canada
Moderated by Zayna Khayat, Future Strategist, SE Health