It’s been just over three months since the inaugural MobCon Digital Health kicked off this year in Minneapolis. The sold-out conference was only the beginning. We’re continuing the conversation all year long. Now, we’re opening up keynote presentations and slidedecks for everyone to view.
It’s easy to focus on the shortcomings that currently exist in healthcare. Big data offers challenges and opportunities. So does predictive analytics. Despite the potential to improve, there’s already progress to showcase — especially reviewing startups and innovators operating in Minnesota’s Medical Alley.
Digital health is poised to help change how preventative care is delivered nationally, with digital health technology playing a role in how patients are taught to recognize telltale signs of more serious conditions.
Experts discussed the potential for Digital Health and what tighter integration into the greater Healthcare economy could mean for payers, providers, physicians and patients. Big data, preventative health and care coordination were all top of mind.
The key to safeguarding the relevancy of our position rests on our collective ability to integrate it with the emerging Digital Health engine gaining momentum locally.
MobCon Digital Health and LifeScience Alley have teamed up to co-host a networking mixer and panel discussion. Mingle with top Healthcare forces and hear them weigh in on what it takes to expand growth in Minnesota’s Medical Alley.
We can personalize our browsing experiences with Google Chrome and our Netflix queue — so why not our healthcare experience? A resource deck by Rock Health explores the opportunities and challenges applying predictive analytics to customize and improve the patient experience.
The health-tracking platform Google Fit offers the ability to record physical activity to track how well users are meeting their fitness goals. The platform also offers much functionality of interest to developers. We took a look at two useful actions to create and read data from Google Fit.
Records tell stories that connect emotionally. So, what does this have to do with healthcare? Simple experiences regardless of the medium or industry connote usability, trust and emotion forging memorable connections or brand experiences. Vinyl does this. Successful healthcare brands do too.
Will wearables push past the current niche market and become viable tools to improve patient outcomes? That’s up to digital health innovators to decide.