Newsletter
020 USA Healthcare Leaders – How Far From Collaboration First, Competition Later Relationship…? (Rasu Shrestha – UPMC; Mitesh Rao – Stanford; Ashish Atreja – Mount Sinai)

Faces of Digital Health

020 USA Healthcare Leaders – How Far From Collaboration First, Competition Later Relationship…? (Rasu Shrestha – UPMC; Mitesh Rao – Stanford; Ashish Atreja – Mount Sinai)

IT in healthcare is at the moment usually an added layer to existing ways of working, consequently too often a source of frustration and anguish instead of aid for medical…
October 27, 2017

020 USA Healthcare Leaders – How Far From Collaboration First, Competition Later Relationship…? (Rasu Shrestha – UPMC; Mitesh Rao – Stanford; Ashish Atreja – Mount Sinai)

IT in healthcare is at the moment usually an added layer to existing ways of working, consequently too often a source of frustration and anguish instead of aid for medical professionals. According to CB Insight, US represents 75% of the global digital health market. Hunger for better solutions is being addressed from many sides. How far are big medical institutions in the USA from being collaboration first, competition later relationship? In the 20th episode, you will get a glimpse into the attitude toward digital health solutions in three eminent US healthcare institutions – Stanford Healthcare, Mount Sinai Health System, and UPMC.
 
Speakers: Rasu Shrestha, the Chief Innovation Officer from UPMC, Mitesh Rao, Chief Patient Safety Officer and Director of the Center for Advancing Patient Safety at Stanford Healthcare, Ashish Atreja, Chief Innovation and Engagement Officer at Mount Sinai.

You may also like

The Latest Health Podcasts. Delivered to Your Inbox.

Join Our Newsletter

Proudly supported by:

cover
Four Authors Untangle When Dad Has Dementia Virtual Q&A on the changes and challenges a dementia diagnosis.