The session on "Digital Infrastructure Challenges in Healthcare" delves into the complex landscape of healthcare's digital transformation. It critically examines the hurdles and uncertainties that lie ahead on this transformative journey. Key questions are posed, such as the need to distinguish genuinely valuable healthcare tools from the industry's often-hyped offerings. The session also explores strategies for efficiently collecting and analyzing the vast amounts of data generated by digital health tools, with a focus on identifying the most crucial and predictive data points. Additionally, it delves into the ever-growing concern of safeguarding digital infrastructure against cyberattacks, offering insights into how organizations …
This insightful session delves into the realm of Innovative Technologies Optimizing Diabetes Management. Through a compelling case study, the focus extends from specialty care to community frontline providers, shedding light on key aspects. The session demonstrates how real-time Continuous Glucose Monitoring (rtCGM) can play a pivotal role in realizing the government of Ontario's visionary digital-first approach to health strategy, especially in prioritizing the management of chronic diseases. Additionally, it underscores the expanding role of rtCGM in both specialty care and its potential to revolutionize community care networks. Central to this exploration is the effective utilization of data integration facilitated by …
For governments, platforms pave the way for aggregating services, thereby offering more efficient, connected, personalised and trusted citizen experiences. As we navigate the digital economy, the focus is clearly shifting from individual digital products to more expansive digital platforms. These platforms are the meeting place where supply meets demand, where innovation meets opportunity, where need meets service and where problems meet solutions.
As we move into an era where AI is becoming ubiquitously available, new trust challenges emerge, requiring a re-evaluation of traditional technology verification paradigms. Trust in AI will be critical for its success and acceptance, akin to traditional software. The journey is young but full of promise and opportunity.
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