403 – Digital Health Curiosity Camp: Part 2
This is part two of a special two-part series of Talking HealthTech, recorded at the Digital Health CRC Curiosity Camp.
In these episodes we continue our exploration into the integration of technology and collaboration in healthcare. Join host Pete as he speaks with Georgie Drury, Guy Tsafnat, and Tim Veron on a range of topics including continuous glucose monitoring, the significance of women’s health in the workplace, the role of standardised data in healthcare.
- Innovative Solutions for the Metabolic Health Crisis: Tim Veron, founder of Vively, discusses the metabolic health crisis in Australia and the role of continuous glucose monitoring in addressing it. He emphasises the importance of early intervention in metabolic health to prevent the onset of type two diabetes.
- Research Collaboration for Evidence-Based Healthcare: Guy Tsafnat from Evidently highlights the critical role of industry and research partnerships in developing evidence-based healthcare innovations, underscoring the need for multidisciplinary collaboration in healthcare.
- Prioritising Women’s Health in Corporate Settings: Georgie Drury, CEO of Metaluma, advocates for improved support for women’s health in the workplace. She discusses digital health solutions that focus on accessibility and evidence-based approaches, such as group coaching and doctor-led one-on-one coaching for conditions like perimenopause and menopause.
Check out the full discussion in this episode and explore the complete show notes on the Talking HealthTech website.
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