Taking a personalized approach
to connected care in medical devices
With the expansion of remote patient monitoring in the past 18 months in response to the pandemic,
the demand for infrastructure to support connected medical devices has soared.
In this webinar, we will explore how a connected care solution can assist you in creating direct relationships with patients and providing them with a personalized experience that directly impacts their perceived reported outcome of the treatment. We will address considerations around building a connected care solution and how you can achieve it in a very short timeframe.
This webinar will highlight:
- The considerations around building a connected care platform
- Reducing the cost and time to build this platform
- Creating a personalized patient experience using out-of-the-box tools for
- Adherence management
- Questionnaire management
- Training and education
- Bringing your own core competency into play without the need to develop cloud / cybersecurity know-how with code plug-ins
Itai Weissman, VP of Product, BioT
A product management veteran with more than 25 years of experience predominantly focusing on SaaS products for large-scale enterprises that are subject to data regulations. Prior to joining BioT, Itai served as VP products and VP Strategy and Innovation at Allot (Nasdaq: ALLT), contributing significantly to Allot’s growth, eventually managing product lines in excess of $130M of revenues per year. He also served as director of products in ECtel and prior to that served in an elite technological unit in the IDF. Itai was with IDF’s academic reserves and earned his BSc. in electrical engineering from Tel Aviv University and was selected top of his class in
signal cores [Ma1] tech officers’ course for the year of 1996/7.
Dr. Allen Burton, Medical Director, Abbott Neuromodulation Business
Board-certified anesthesiologist with an added certification in pain management and brings nearly 20 years of experience in patient care to Abbott, alongside a strong background leading large-scale clinical research programs. Dr. Burton obtained his bachelor of science at the University of Notre Dame, medical doctorate at Baylor College of Medicine, and completed his residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed articles and authored two text books, taught and lectured nationally and internationally, and played an active leadership role among numerous pain societies and editorial boards.
Stephanie Baum, Director of Special Projects, MedCity News
She has 25 years of media experience. She's worked at MedCity News since 2011. Additionally, she has worked for ALM, Dow Jones & Co., The Christian Science Monitor, AP Radio's London bureau, and United Business Media.