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297 – Harnessing the power of the crowd to make digital health work for humans. Ken Saman, Personify Care & Paul Lambert, Think Human

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297 – Harnessing the power of the crowd to make digital health work for humans. Ken Saman, Personify Care & Paul Lambert, Think Human

How do we make digital health solutions actually work for humans?   Ken Saman is CEO and founder of Personify Care. Paul Lambert is a director at Think Human.Personify Care…
October 9, 2022

297 – Harnessing the power of the crowd to make digital health work for humans. Ken Saman, Personify Care & Paul Lambert, Think Human

How do we make digital health solutions actually work for humans?

 

Ken Saman is CEO and founder of Personify Care. Paul Lambert is a director at Think Human.

Personify Care is an Australian digital health company that helps healthcare teams across Australia, New Zealand and the US to convert clinical protocols into a digital patient experience to eliminate the administrative burden of managing patient pathways. 

 

In this episode, Pete, Ken and Paul explore harnessing the power of the crowd to make digital health work for humans; how to translate health strategy into practical, real-world solutions that will be seen in our lifetime.

 

If you are curious about digital health implementation-including its challenges, design methodologies, and top-down versus bottom-up approach, then tune into this episode to learn more. 

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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