When creating new digital health solutions, one of the most important tasks on the journey to developing a new product or service is to both demonstrate value to patients, clinician-users and investors alike, and perhaps to prove its validity to regulators.
However, creating the evidence to prove the value in digital health technologies or the effectiveness of the digital health intervention is difficult. Many questions need to be answered when bringing Digital Health technologies into the lives of patients, such as:–
• How can we deploy our technologies and collect data to show effectiveness?
• How do we design our data collection studies?
• How do we generate evidence?
At this meetup, we will hear about the journey of three of Dublin's digital health solutions, followed by a panel discussion:
1) Barry Greene (https://www.linkedin.com/in/brgreene/), Chief Technology Officer, Kinesis Health Technologies. (http://kinesis.ie)
2) Tim Delany (https://www.linkedin.com/in/timdelany/), Business Analyst, S3 Connected Health (http://s3connectedhealth.com/).
3) Niall Rafferty (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nrafferty/), CEO, Medxnote (http://www.medxnote.com/).
Health 2.0 Dublin would like to thank the Health and Life Science team at Accenture Centre for Innovation for hosting this event.