Join us as we cover the top tech-for-good startups revolutionizing Digital Health
A number of technologies and approaches are being developed and used today to create more secure health records. Here are a few examples:
- Health records are often stored in centralized databases, which can be vulnerable to data breaches and may not be easily accessible to patients and their healthcare providers. Blockchain-based health records give patients control over their data and make it easier for healthcare providers to access and share information with proper data encryption. This involves converting sensitive data into a coded form that only those with the appropriate decryption key can access.
- Electronic Health Records (EHRs) enable the creation of new types of decentralized health applications. For example, companies could use Web3 technology to create applications that allow patients to track their health data and connect with healthcare providers, potentially improving the quality of care they receive.
Join us as we cover the top tech-for-good startups revolutionizing Digital Health in a live pitch competition during CES 2023, as well as a conversation with Dr. Susan Turney, CEO, Marshfield Clinic Health System and Dr. Vidya Raman-Tangella, Chief Medical Officer, Teladoc on “The Future of Care in America: A New Hybrid Model.”
Find our team at CES 2023, Jan. 5-8, 2023 – Las Vegas.