AI MD: VHAs and the Future of Patient Care
Sunday, March 15
11:00AM - 12:00PM
110 E 2nd St
Virtual Health Assistants offer an unprecedented opportunity for patient care, one that will transform our approaches to healthcare and capabilities for prevention and treatment. VHAs have already proven to increase patient adherence, and provide real-time personalized feedback and tracking data that can save lives and adjust care to patients’ actual everyday circumstances.
Simply tracking health information is no longer enough for doctors or patients. Doctors are learning how to work and interpret VHA data to optimize their care and treatment, while patients are adjusting to interacting with and trusting VHA technology as a tool and partner in their healthcare. This presentation by Dr. Thomas Morrow looks at the current capabilities and deployments of VHAs across the industry, and what advancements in both the technology and our healthcare culture still need to be made as we move towards more integrated and personalized patient care.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Thomas J. Morrow is the Chief Medical Officer at Next IT, maker of the virtual health assistant platform Alme for Healthcare. Author of “Tomorrow’s Medicine,” the longest running health care te...Show the rest
Dr. Thomas J. Morrow is the Chief Medical Officer at Next IT, maker of the virtual health assistant platform Alme for Healthcare. Author of “Tomorrow’s Medicine,” the longest running health care technology column printed in the U.S., Dr. Morrow has been the founding medical director for five HMOs, a clinical lead for a national disease management company and an NCQA surveyor. He previously served as Medical Director for Genentech.Hide the rest