Access to health care, when we need it, is vital to us all – and ever more so as we age. An upside to better food, sanitation and housing is how our generation is living longer than previous ones, and has become less prone to acute life-threatening conditions. A corresponding downside to this benefit, is […]
About Adam Darkins
Adam Darkins is a world leader in using information and telecommunication technologies to transform healthcare organizations to be more efficient, effective and reduce costs of care. He is recognized for this from success working in clinical process re-engineering, systems redesign and project management in the USA and UK. Adam is supporting the ongoing patient-centric development of Medtronic’s existing technologies, and is helping create new products/services that will transform the patient care experience. Based in Washington, D.C. he has also worked as a Medical Director in the UK National Health Service; on policy development at the King’s Fund in London; as a neurosurgeon in London; and researched cognitive and motor function changes associated with Parkinson’s disease at UCLA.