Perspectives and Insights
Digital health has so much potential—we can’t alienate doctors from it, because it’s the future. If physicians and digital health teams work together, we can make these products all the more robust and meaningful for patients.
“We know that the way we are spending money in healthcare is not working. So everything will change into value-based care and precision medicine will play a critical role there.”
“Without significant changes, the genetic data we use to create the next generation of diagnostics, disease risk assessments, and therapeutic interventions will continue to make precision medicine available only to those of European descent.”
“One thing we would like to do over time is to develop the standards for digital health—to organize the world’s digital health products by performance and create transparency, so people can make the right decisions.”
“Digital health is exploding—tons of breakthrough healthcare innovations are coming. We have the opportunity to make a real impact, working with the brightest minds in healthcare to bring life-changing digital health products to market.”
“With point-of-care technology, the individual who has the disease or condition being monitored now has a daily opportunity to understand their own health.”
“It has been a beautiful thing to see how many people are committed to trying to improve healthcare with digital health solutions.”
“There is no shortage of good ideas, but often they remain stuck in ‘innovation bottlenecks.’ Healthtech founders can help.”
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“Hospitals are ecosystems, not single entity units. You’ve got to figure out the best way to enter the system and what’s the value prop for that specific entity.”
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Digital health companies know they have really awesome products. But a critical success factor is being able to articulate why their product should displace standard of care.