Digital Health Report
Reuters Events convened eight panels on June 16-18 to address the future of digital health in thew wake of the pandemic, which “gave us a chance to rethink how we deliver care, pushing health care into the digital age,” says Lindsay Jubelt, Chief Population Health Officer at Mass General Brigham.

Summarizing the key findings, we’re thrilled to launch the Digital Health report.
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The report brings together insights on key topics including:
  • How to harness and centralize explosions of scientific and medical data
  • Developing models of care that meet the needs of disparate demographics
  • How to use artificial intelligence (AI) for clinical decision-making, preventative health strategies,
  • Deducing healthcare disparities, and exploring predictive healthcare solutions.
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First hand insight comes from:
  • John Brownstein, Chief Information Officer, Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Alisahah Cole, Senior Vice President, Population Health, CommonSpirit Health
  • Susan Diamond, chief financial officer and president for the Home Business, Humana
  • Matt Eyles, Chief Executive Officer, America’s Health Insurance Plans
  • Lindsay Jubelt, Chief Population Health Officer, Mass General Brigham
  • Jeri Koester, Chief Information Officer, Marshfield Clinic
  • David Nash, founding Dean Emeritus, Jefferson College of Population Health
  • Greg Moore, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Health and Life Sciences
  • Kieran Murphy, President and CEO, GE Healthcare
  • Dan Roth, Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, Trinity Health
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