The healthcare industry has a golden opportunity to consolidate the advances achieved in digital health and virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Technology’s being harnessed to help patients with chronic conditions get back on track with treatment during the pandemic. The HIMSS Digital Dialogue webinar, in collaboration with Philips, explored how digital solutions offered new routes to treatment.
Philips Future Health Index reveals younger doctors’ insights into digital health during the pandemic.
The value of involving clinicians in digital tool development and the power of data sharing were major themes of a HIMSS Digital Dialogue webinar, held in collaboration with Philips, where European healthcare leaders shared their pandemic experiences.
“One of the most apparent shifts we’ve seen is how COVID-19 is spurring the move to virtual care,” said Caroline Clarke, Executive Vice President and Market Leader, Philips ASEAN Pacific.
Philips’ strong patient monitoring portfolio in critical care provides continuous monitoring for every care setting – from the point-of-care, to the unit central station, to a virtualised care provider or team.
Healthcare providers/organisations and manufacturers of healthcare related products/solutions need to work hand-in-hand to enhance cybersecurity, said Lori Lazzara, VP of Technology & Engineering, Monitoring and Analytics & Therapeutic Care, Philips.
AI can save time and improve diagnosis accuracy thereby having a huge potential for saving peoples’ lives,” said Caroline Clarke, CEO, Philips ASEAN Pacific.
THE ROAD TO HELSINKI: At the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference, experts from Philips will showcase AI-powered health information management solutions.