New, data-driven approaches to healthcare, often based on mobile technology, present opportunities to improve the care of individual patients while helping researchers to identify new treatments for common ailments. Consider how daily monitoring of conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes -- rather than checkups a few times a year -- can produce a wealth of data that not only provides your doctor with a true picture of your personal health but helps to treat those conditions in the broader population.
Mobile technologies, data analytics, and new strategies for patient care are providing opportunities to make huge improvements in patient care. This isn't just a dream for the future, but is happening today. One of the pioneers in remote healthcare and telemedicine is Dr. Joseph Kvedar, vice president for Connected Health at Partners Healthcare. Dr. Kvedar joins All Analytics' A2 Conversations for an interview in which he discusses the changing world of healthcare, the role of analytics, and what data-driven healthcare means to you.
- How technology is providing Partners' Connected Health physicians and researchers with valuable data about chronic conditions and their treatments
- How mobile technology is changing the patient/physician relationship
- How data-driven healthcare can personalize your care
- About the efficiencies that technology can bring to healthcare, and the progress that connected healthcare has made in recent years
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