The MedTech Conference offers a multitude of sessions examining the latest technological, policy and regulatory developments in digital health.
Below are just a few of the Digital Health sessions offered this year at The MedTech Conference.
Join us to learn about — and better prepare for — changes in digital health technologies impacting the field. Click here to view the full conference program.
FDA’s New Approaches to Software Regulation: Pre-Certification and Artificial Intelligence
Advances in software and data technologies have forced the FDA to reimagine its approach to regulating these products. This panel will explore the Agency’s current plan to restructure its software regulations through its pre-certification pilot program and the Agency’s proposal to regulate artificial intelligence. Panelists will offer insights into how companies developing medical software are positioning themselves to take advantage of these proposals and other regulatory challenges they face.
Diverse Perspectives on Developing and Deploying Digital Technologies
The advent of technologies which use digital platforms and artificial intelligence has the potential to significantly impact the health outcomes of patients and to change the way that health care is delivered. This session will explore the various considerations that should be factored into the development and use of these types of technologies. Experts will discuss the process for developing and positioning these devices, data protection
Beyond Silos: Fusing Digital Across the Enterprise
Medical device and diagnostics companies are actively embracing digital initiatives to address evolving provider and consumer demand for convenience and outcomes validation. However, most digital initiatives are consumer/customer or “front office” facing with “back office” functions operating in more traditional forms. This dichotomy of a digital front office and traditional
Recently commissioned research by Cognizant along with a survey of over 500 business and technology
Cognizant research found:
- Digital transformation maturity is driven by four key areas: process, organization, technology, and data insights
- Less than 40% of companies have aligned internal teams to put the customer at the forefront of their activities
- Back-end process teams (e.g., supply chain, finance) are the least likely to have a decision-making role in digital transformation
However, companies with higher digital maturity are 2.5 times more likely to report
Digital Transformation of the Medical Technology Market- the Disruptor or Enabler?
The three main pillars of
The key questions this presentation will answer:
- What are the future trends of digital transformation in the industry?
- What is likely to shift in investments, R&D focus, partnerships and the role of various stakeholders in the new digital ecosystem?
- What is the growth opportunity of the three pillars for the insiders and outsiders of the MedTech Industry?
- What are the Predictions for the Digital Ecosystem in the MedTech Industry in 2020?