The Power of Health Technology

Featured scholar: Rubayat Khan. // Crowdsourcing, mobile apps, even robotics have become familiar, but their novel uses in healthcare keep multiplying. Inventors, entrepreneurs, and strategic thinkers are developing interactive products that offer instant diagnostics, link patients in remote locations to distant clinical care, and partnering robots with surgeons in the operating room. They are also looking for ways to scale these breakthroughs for use in low-resource environments. How is technology being leveraged in service of healthcare? What’s new in cybermedicine, how will it change lives, and how do we share “wow” products more broadly?

Festival: Spotlight Health 2015

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