Numerous digital health projects have been piloted over the past 20 years and, as a result, many valuable lessons have been learned. Devices are becoming smarter at lower costs, which both enables new methods for diagnosing, treating and managing health issues, and also catalyzes more efficient and effective means for community health workers to support their clients. New technologies like artificial intelligence also have the potential to expand access and drive improvements across the continuum of care.
Governments are realizing the benefits of digital technologies, especially in the health sector, and are discussing how they can pay for these improvements.
Is this the moment we have been working towards? What will it take to make digital health work for all?
On behalf of the Global Health Council, John Snow Inc., Living Goods and mPowering Frontline Health Workers we are happy to invite you to a special UN General Assembly Side Event, Making Digital Health Work for All, on Wednesday September 26 from 8:30-10 am at the Yale Club, 50 Vanderbilt Ave., New York, N.Y.
Keynote speaker: Olasupo Oyedepo, African Alliance for Digital Health Networks
Moderator: Alice T. Liu, mPowering Frontline Health Workers
- Tiaji Salaam-Blyther, Congressional Research Service
- Jennifer Esposito, Intel
- Debra Jackson, UNICEF
- Liz Jarman, Living Goods
- Steve Ollis, JSI
A light breakfast is included.
Please RSVP by Monday, September 24, 2018.