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Oct 06, 2020

Frans van Houten talks accelerating the digital transformation of care at HLTH 2020

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CEOs of Philips, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Amazon Web Services in virtual HLTH session on democratizing and orchestrating world-class care through digital health ecosystems

While the world continues to battle COVID-19, the fundamental challenges of healthcare have not gone away. Philips CEO Frans van Houten joins Dr. Laurie H. Glimcher, President and CEO of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, in a virtual session (October 12, 11:09 - 11:41am ET) on the opening day of HLTH 2020 to discuss an ecosystem approach to healthcare transformation that brings together world-class clinical expertise and health technology.

 

Building on key learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the questions they will address include how to increase healthcare system productivity when human resources and budgets are stretched; how to speed up diagnosis and meet demand for acute and elective care; and how to improve staff safety and patient engagement. Also how to do things at scale, so that every care provider can benefit from best practices and world-class clinical knowledge. 

 

Watch the virtual session at 11:09 ET on October 12 via the HLTH platform.

Event information:

  • Name event: HLTH 2020 Session ‘Democratizing World-Class Care through Digital Health Ecosystems’
  • Where: Virtual event on HLTH platform
  • Date: October 12, 2020, from 11:09 - 11:41am ET
  • Website: HLTH.com
  • Social Hashtag: #HLTH2020

Speaker information:

  • Name speaker: Frans van Houten
  • Role: Speaker & discussion leader

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