digital health maven dot edu – episode 7: January 31, 2019
This episode is the first of a multi-part series where show host, Fard Johnmar, takes a step back and asks: where have we been and where are we going? In the next few podcasts he’ll be providing a big picture view of how digital technologies either are (or potentially could) help solve big health challenges in a few key areas.
In this installment Fard discusses some familiar and surprising challenges in global health and discuss some of the key questions that are important to ask when assessing whether and how digital technologies are making a difference.
The digital health maven dot edu podcast is designed to deepen your understanding (and ability to leverage) trends, technologies and innovations that are re-shaping global health.
The podcast showcases excerpts from lectures featuring unique digital health market intelligence developed by Fard and other experts related to artificial intelligence, mobile health, voice technologies, Big Data and other fast-moving innovations.
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