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New Podcast | 2020 Digital Health Outlook: Thoughts from CES and JPM

The digital health space had a strong start to 2020 with two of the industry's largest conferences leading the conversation on what's to come for digital health companies, deals, products and the regulatory outlook in the coming year. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) launched its Digital Health programming track in Las Vegas this year and the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference continued to bring thousands of healthcare investors from numerous sectors together in San Francisco. On this episode of the Of Digital Interest podcast, McDermott partners Sarah Hogan and Dale Van Demark share their takeaways from the conferences, where they were on the ground and moderating discussions. This episode explores: The role of digital therapeutics in the digital health marketplace The role of the consumer in digital health adoption Forward-looking thoughts on digital health collaborations The importance of data, privacy and trust for the future of digital health solutions...

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Blockchain: Health Care’s Next Great Disruptor?

Blockchain is rapidly becoming the focus of conversations regarding health care disruption, and for good reason. What started out as a means for cryptocurrency is now making waves in a variety of industries, set to revolutionize how data is stored and shared. The inability to easily and securely store and share data has long been a burden on the health system. Blockchain poses a solution to that through encryption and highly advanced technological assets which open the doors to health care innovation. Today we see blockchain being used with electronic health records (EHRs) so that a patient’s medical history is easily accessible to him/her, as well as his/her doctors, insurance providers, etc. It’s also providing the “how” in implementing value-based payment agreements, which link payment to performance of a drug or medical device. Blockchain is currently being used both in the private and public sectors, including the FDA and the CDC. While the full...

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