This episode is the first part of a new ongoing series focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on global digital health.
In this episode, Fard focuses on the clarity question: what exactly is a digital therapeutic and what really matters most when considering not just what they are — but whether they will be adopted?
In this episode, Fard introduces a new three-part research and strategy-based podcast series he's developed focusing on the important topic of digital therapeutics.
In this podcast, Fard looks at various episodes of care — from urgent care (for example, UTIs and sexually transmitted infections), to behavioral health and wellness — and consider whether there is potential for care delivered in these contexts to be provided in a fully virtual manner.
In this podcast, Fard provides an analysis of the specific areas where virtual care could play a role quickly, versus those where digital solutions may struggle to gain a foothold. This analysis focuses mainly on the North American market with some references to virtual care-related activities happening in Asia — specifically India and China.
Roundtable – Voice Technologies and Digital Mental Health Solutions: Barriers, Opportunities and Market Dynamics
This podcast features a roundtable discussion with podcast host, Fard Johnmar, the CEO of patient research firm Savvy Cooperative Jen Horonjeff and digital mental health expert Craig DeLarge focusing on barriers, opportunities and market dynamics impacting the adoption of voice enabled technologies and digital tools in behavioral health.
This episode features unique insights about the digital mental health market from Craig DeLarge, founder of the Digital Mental Health Project.
This episode features data from Savvy Cooperative's Jen Horonjeff focusing on how patients perceive digital addiction technology solutions.