At the onset of the pandemic, virtual care and remote monitoring took center stage, helping care providers to continue to deliver high-quality patient care, even at a distance. As a global leader in health technology and provider of virtual care solutions for the ICU and to connect caregivers and patients at home, Philips’ employees around the world stepped up to support healthcare providers and their patients. In addition to accelerating the adoption of virtual care, the pandemic is also driving personal health and well-being to the top of peoples’ agendas, with a greater individual focus on managing health and disease prevention in a proactive way.
On Thursday, June 17th, at 13.30 CEST, Deeptha Khanna, Philips’ Chief Business Leader for Personal Health, will take part in a fireside chat at the Dublin Tech Summit, Europe’s fastest-growing technology conference, to talk about these trends. In the session, she’ll highlight how Philips is empowering people to make the best health choices for themselves and their loved ones, with personalized, adaptive solutions.
More information on the Dublin Tech Summit and how to join can be found here.