David Denov, Deloitte – Digital technologies are changing traditional dynamics between various stakeholders in health care and impacting the way the way patients and providers interact. These technologies are emerging first through “experimental” innovation and lead by nontraditional (external) players – ex. life sciences and digital innovators, specifically looking to address emerging expectations and gaps in health care delivery. Emerging social and technology trends are also creating pockets of digital innovation within the healthcare system that are beginning to gain traction, and informed and empowered consumers are expecting care and solutions that are coordinated, convenient, customized, and accessible. This presentation will explore how digital technology and patient engagement are transforming health and social care.
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