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Digital Therapeutics – Engagement and Integration to Streamline the Health Ecosystem

Webcast—A virtual Executive Briefing
January 26, 2021, 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET

Digital Therapeutics– Engagement and Integration to Streamline the Health Ecosystem

Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 | Time: 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET

Host: Rajiv Kumar, MD, Science Advisory Board Member, Virgin Pulse

Discussion Leaders:
Maryam Gholami, Chief Product Officer, Digital Innovations, Providence
Jackie Kosecoff, PhD, Managing Partner, Moriah Partners
• Additional discussion leader TBA

Discussion leaders will share their perspectives on:

  • How do payers and providers quantify the value of digital therapeutics?
    • Assessment of digital technologies and interventions that are clinically sound
    • Impact on reimbursement
  • Addressing the engagement challenge with consumers
    • Attributes of successful digital therapeutics
    • How are payers and providers aggregating digital solutions to provide radical simplicity for consumers?
  • Strategies to reduce friction for users and administrators
    • Approaches to consolidate systems and manage fragmentation and data from multiple sources
    • What needs are not being met and what is the market missing?
    • What should investors be looking for?

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