Data is an essential component of Connected Health, promising enhanced communication, better decision-making, prediction and cost savings. True enough, in recent years we have seen a corresponding growth in the data that is available from sensors, wearables, apps, platforms, records and enterprise/clinical support systems. However, this growth in data has not necessarily been translated into information, knowledge and wisdom that is useful or indeed usable for both patients and healthcare providers.
In this Breakfast Briefing, Dr Nicole Gross from the Change team at ARCH unpicks the promises and perils of data, stimulates process thinking about the marketing of data and outlines gaps where value can be added. This briefing will be useful for CEOs, entrepreneurs and managers, who have, or plan to have, data as a core/part of their customer value proposition. Furthermore, it moves on the debate of how to unlock the market for Connected Health.
There will also be an update from the ARCH Centre Director, Michael O’Shea, which will bring participants up to date on the ARCH research programme. Some items of interest from funding opportunities to collaborative projects will also be presented. The session will wrap up with 15 minutes for Q&A and networking.
Refreshments will also be served.