Video:Is Technology Changing the Doctor-Patient Relationship?
With preventable medical conditions such as obesity continuing to grow so does the need for patient involved healthcare. The doctor-patient relationship is critically important to bridging the gap between passive patients and informed medical consumers. Innovative technologies are the enabling factor for this, but are they succeeding — and how long will it be before we start seeing significant changes?
The following video explores this question with moderator, Zachary Bujnoch, Senior Industry Analyst, Frost and Sullivan and panelists, James White, Vice President, Connected Hospital, Alcatel-Lucent, Gene Frantz, TI Principal Fellow, Texas Instruments, William Reid, FACHE, VP, Product Management, Numera, and Alexandra Von Plato, Executive Vice President, Chief Creative Officer, Digitas Health and Razorfish Health.
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