digital health maven dot edu – episode 21: May 11, 2020
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 series of podcasts, I’ll focus on the many ways COVID-19 is reshaping global health from a digital perspective. These real-time, insights are generated by analysis of data flowing into our DigiHealth Informer platform.
DigiHealth Informer features the world’s largest database of innovation intelligence: more than 53 million plus data points, active tracking of 50,000-plus companies, startups, people, academic institutions, up-to-date global investment data and more.
What review of DigiHealth informer data has demonstrated is that COVID-19 has changed how digital solutions are being perceived, funded and integrated into healthcare globally.
In this first installment I focus on some of the behavioral impacts of the pandemic on the utilization of digital innovations.
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