Telehealth will revolutionize the healthcare ecosystem from drug/therapy development through to bedside practice; however, it is critical that all stakeholders—patients, clinicians, healthcare professionals, regulators, hospitals, technologists, and others—can access, trust, and validate the use of these systems to deliver quality on-demand patient care. The future of mobilized healthcare will heavily rely on a robust, seamless, private, secure, and connected bioinformatics highway, enabling real-time patient care beyond the hospital. The way we see telehealth today will look very different tomorrow. Telehealth is at its infancy yet the challenges are significant in enabling the future of health. Primary challenges include security, accessibility, privacy, and connectivity for all.
This program will provide a platform for the global community to openly collaborate, build consensus, and develop technical solutions to challenges impeding trust and validation of this technology application. As a global community we will seek to:
Workstreams Addressing Critical Challenge Quadrants
A Multi-Disciplinary Program Welcoming Global Participation
The program is open to professionals representing small or multi-national entities including healthcare industry, government/regulatory agencies, technology firms, academia, and any progressive thinker interested in Transforming the Telehealth Paradigm: Sustainable Connectivity, Accessibility, Privacy, and Security for All.
Members would include but are not limited to:
How to Participate