Digital Health Series: Digital Disruptors
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 (8:30 AM - 10:00 AM) (EDT)
Recent trends in digital healthcare highlight the growing need to make healthcare more accessible to patients and consumers. With the pandemic, telehealth utilization increased 63-fold. And, since 2021, according to Deloitte, digital health entrants now allow plans to both reduce costs and increase efficiencies and quality in areas like chronic condition management, care navigation, and digital benefits. These trends are so prominent, even companies like Amazon work to increase access to primary care. In this workshop, we will discuss the changing role of technology in shifting control of healthcare to patients/consumers and ways to continue to meet patients' needs.
Kevin Brophy, Life Sciences Industry Principal, SAP
Dwight Raum, Chief Digital Officer, Quil
David West, Co-Founder and CEO, Proscia
Sean Maloney, Sr. Product Manager, Accolade
Independence Blue Cross
Dwight Raum brings decades of healthcare and technology transformation experience to the Quil leadership team and in his capacity as Chief Digital Officer will focus on accelerating the scalability and growth of the company’s digital care engagement and connected home platforms. Raum joins Quil after spending 20 years at Johns Hopkins Medicine, most recently serving as both Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Officer, in addition to being Co-Director for Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine Digital Strategy. Raum also Co-founded and served as the Executive Director of the Technology Innovation Center at Johns Hopkins Medicine, which builds and deploys innovative clinical information systems across the institution. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Raum led the team responsible for designing new digital health and screening tools for Johns Hopkins Medicine.