Global health leaders to discuss digital transformation strategies at virtual open mic event

Gain implementation insights and tips from health IT experts

Vermont Business Magazine The digital transformation of health systems is an exciting prospect for patients, health providers, health entities, and governments. Yet, the pathway to implementation is often far from clear for decision-makers charged with rolling it out in their health systems.

Multiple health IT leaders from around the globe will each spend five minutes sharing their insights on and experiences with digital health adoption — what worked and what didn’t, and what is needed for a more seamless transition.

Facilitated by Burlington-based THINKMD, this event is a forum for all voices on important and challenging global health technology topics and is open for registration to attendees or speakers.

WHO:

Emceed by Bobby Jefferson, Vice President and Global Head of Diversity, Equity, Engagement, and Inclusion at DAI Global Health.

 

Eight to ten global health IT professionals including:

WHERE:

The Global Health Open Mic is a sixty-minute virtual event open to the public. Register to speak or attend here: https://thinkmd.org/global-health-open-mic/.

WHEN:

Thursday, September 15, 2022 at 09h00 ET/15H00 CAT

THINKMD’s mission is to make clinical intelligence technology universally accessible so that anyone, anywhere can make better healthcare decisions for themselves and their communities. Based in Burlington, Vermont, THINKMD’s clinical intelligence technology helps any user identify how sick a person is, what illness they may have and what appropriate next steps to take. The scientifically validated technology, which also addresses the COVID-19 pandemic, uses World Health Organization (WHO) compliant guidelines. THINKMD empowers users, healthcare delivery organizations and governments with acquired data that informs accurate clinical and public health decision-making. THINKMD is currently active in 10 countries (Bangladesh, Indonesia, Zambia, Kenya, Togo, Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria, South Africa and the USA). Learn more at www.thinkmd.org.

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