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240 – Bridging the gap between innovation and adoption; Wendy Chapman, University of Melbourne

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240 – Bridging the gap between innovation and adoption; Wendy Chapman, University of Melbourne

Innovating is one thing, but getting it adopted is another story! Wendy Chapman directs the Centre for Digital Health Transformation In Melbourne, at the University of Melbourne. She is a…
May 18, 2022

240 – Bridging the gap between innovation and adoption; Wendy Chapman, University of Melbourne

Innovating is one thing, but getting it adopted is another story!
Wendy Chapman directs the Centre for Digital Health Transformation In Melbourne, at the University of Melbourne. She is a research scientist in biomedical Natural Language Processing and Information Extraction.

The University of Melbourne is Australia’s #1 university and world leader in education, teaching and research excellence. 
In this episode, Pete and Wendy explore innovation in healthcare, the adoption of innovative solutions and technology and what data-driven care really looks like. They also look at standards and innovation and a lot more.
This episode is jam-packed with information relating to developers taking their solutions from innovation to adoption. In this episode, you can learn about the barriers to the adoption of technology in healthcare, the University of Melbourne’s Digital Health Validitron, standards and innovation plus much more.  

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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