Transforming Health Care in the Wake of a Global Pandemic
Some of the world’s top leaders and influencers in healthcare delivery transformation and health technologies, including blockchain technology and telehealth, converged at the 4th Annual CONV2X 2020 Symposium held virtually from November 10th-12th, to exchange perspectives and solutions to shortfalls in global patient care exposed by COVID-19. The theme of the symposium was “US-World Health Transformation.”
The Symposium presented 76 world leading SMEs, 35 hours of discourse and learnings and 4 Keynote presentations from the World Health ORganization (WHO), Teladoc Health, McKinsey & Company and Mayo Clinic Platform.
To veiw the ConVerge2Xcelerate (#ConV2X) 2020 Symsposium ON DEMAND and program details please visit https://conv2x-2020-ondemand.eventcreate.com/
Select #ConV2X 2020 highlights are presented below.
1. Opening remarks - Tory Cenaj, Founder and Publisher, PDH
2. Keynote Video- John Halamka, MD, President of Mayo Clinic Platform
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Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare
The global COVID-19 pandemic showed how vulnerable healthcare delivery is to patients around the world. Healthcare systems in every country have been challenged – not only in treating patients with coronavirus, but in trying to maintain optimal care for non-COVID patients at the same time.
As a result, new advances in digital health technologies, including telehealth, blockchain, AI and others, are transforming patient treatment models on an international scale. What this event proved is that healthcare transformation, via technology and new global models for greater access and more efficient and effective delivery of healthcare services to patients, is much closer to reality than ever before.
For those of you that missed this outstanding program, the CONV2X 2020 is availble ON DEMAND at https://conv2x-2020-ondemand.eventcreate.com/.
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