As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve seen the rise of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring as the paradigm of care delivery has transformed to meet patients where they are: in the home. While these trends are just now emerging to the broader public, the use of algorithms in embedded sensors, passive monitoring, implantables, wearables, and IoT devices in the environment have been used in healthcare applications for decades.
But with all of this raw aggregation, how is this data used to inform real world applications beyond research, and what does the future of invisible monitoring look like? As devices become smaller and embedded throughout our environments, how will data be used to provide increasingly precise and personalized care to individual patients?
Join Stanford CDH and PHIND on Wednesday, June 23rd at 3:15 PM PDT to hear some of the industry’s leading experts talk about embedded sensors, longitudinal data collection, the future of remote monitoring, and real-world applications of precision health technologies. The panel will feature: Nicolas Genain, MS, Withings; Pablo Paredes, PhD, MBA, MS, Stanford University; and Michael Synder, PhD, Stanford University. The discussion will be moderated by Jun (Alex) Gao, MS, Samsung America.