The Digital Medicine Crystal Ball

May 15, 2017 Erin Righetti

How will digital technologies impact disease management and healthcare over the next decade?

Find out in the just-released whitepaper, “The Digital Medicine Crystal Ball: Unlocking the Future of Real-Time, Precise, Effective, Healthcare.”

The last five years have seen an unprecedented eruption in technological and health advances.

These new technologies and products—many undergoing rigorous clinical validation—will have significant direct impacts on diagnosing, preventing, monitoring or treating a disease, condition or syndrome, which in turn will transform disease management and alter business models across industries.

This whitepaper describes the current and future influence of digital medicine on the health ecosystem and highlights how various stakeholders are working to deliver clinically impactful and economically viable solutions in a saturated yet still-emerging business environment.

Topics addressed in the whitepaper include:

  • How various stakeholders are working to deliver clinically impactful and economically viable solutions in a saturated yet still-emerging business environment
  • The new roles of traditional healthcare players
  • How the entrance of new technologies will affect partnership models and business strategies
  • The future of digital medicine’s regulatory environment

 

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Erin Righetti

Editor-in-Chief, Insight

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