digital health maven dot edu – episode 9: March 11, 2019
This episode is the third of a multi-part series focusing on how digital technologies either are (or potentially could) help solve big health challenges in a few key areas.
Globally, countries such as India and China face severe shortages in qualified nurses, physicians and other medical professionals. In others, resource constraints are leading to significant wait times for health services in non-emergency and emergency care.
Given this, some have looked to digital innovations to help improve the conditions that prevent people from accessing care. In this podcast you’ll learn about the technologies being deployed to solve this problem, the global centers of digital innovation around care access and more.
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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