Future of Health Data
The Future of Health Data Summit gathers leaders from across healthcare to discuss emerging opportunities and challenges around the use of health data to improve patient outcomes — including policy, regulatory, commercial, scientific and technical perspectives.
Decentralized Clinical Trials: The Bridge Between Trials and Real World Evidence
Given the intense focus on the development of COVID-19 vaccines, clinical trials emerged at the forefront of the national conversation. This also brought increased interest in “Decentralized Clinical Trials” (DCTs): technology and practices that allow for more patient-centric trial operations.
Issues in Maternal Health and Insurance Coverage
The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate in the developed world. While maternal mortality rates have dropped globally year-over-year, they are persistently rising in the United States. Studies show that access to healthcare is a critical lever for improving outcomes for mothers, particularly women of color.
Insights and Innovation Emerging from COVID-19
The entire medical infrastructure received the largest shock in a century with COVID-19. It also paved the way for some of the most impressive feats in modern health care, from historically fast clinical trials to large, interdisciplinary, inter-organization data sharing.
Better Serving Vulnerable Populations and Managing Health Disparities
Health and healthcare disparities are driven by complex and interlocking factors within and beyond systems of care. In the wake of COVID-19, the new and long-standing disparities in healthcare access, delivery, and outcomes are increasingly evident.