2021 Future of Health Data Summit Recap

On September 30, leaders from across healthcare gathered in Washington, D.C. to discuss emerging opportunities and challenges around the use of connected health data to improve patient outcomes.

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“In the next couple of years we’re going to see a lot more clinical data, we’re also going to see sensor data from all these different sources. And by having this common token, we can start to understand and it’ll open up all new use cases on what we can do. And at the end of the day, we’re all in healthcare to drive better patient outcomes, and we’re in a better position to do that than ever before. So I’m pretty excited about that.”

Sundeep Bhan

CEO, Prognos

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