Digital Health Maven Podcast Short: Daniel Kraft on How to Practice Human-Centered Innovation

Digital Health Maven Daniel Kraft on Practicing Human-Centered Innovation

daniel_croppedDr. Daniel Kraft is a well-known physician-scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, and innovator and the executive director of Exponential Medicine, a program that explores convergent, rapidly developing technologies and their potential in biomedicine and healthcare.

Kraft will be featured on the next full episode of the The Digital Health Maven Podcast in early December. The Digital Health Maven Podcast Shorts series consists of brief excerpts from upcoming interviews designed to get you excited for the next full program and help you learn something new about our mavens.  This installment features Kraft talking about why it is essential for innovators to stay grounded in the in the day-to-day issues, problems and concerns of patients, physicians, family members and others that will use and be impacted by digital technologies. And why, at the end of the day, high-impact digital health innovation is all about putting humans first.

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