SANTA CLARA, CA. —December 7, 2016: Reenita Das, Partner and Transformational Health Senior Vice President at Frost & Sullivan, will present on December 9th at MedTech Impact® 2016 Expo and Conference in Las Vegas, NV, hosted by The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, the role of wearables in the future shift from a treatment-focused, fee for service (FFS)-driven healthcare system to one of value and prevention.
Das will focus on the implementation of the Internet Of Medical Things(IoMT) and its potential to reshape the industry by creating a connected ecosystem based on sensors and devices and centered around the individual. She will discuss how thanks to the evolution of technology, wearables are moving beyond fitness and into the world of patient-generated-healthcare-data (PGHD) to transform the treatment of conditions from epilepsy to diabetes.
“Medicine was a clinical science supported by data. Today medicine is becoming a data science supported by clinicians,” explains Das. While the push for value-based healthcare continues, wearables will become a useful tool to collect the data needed to keep patients out of the hospital. From contact lenses to smart tattoos, she will share with the audience what is coming on the market and how to use these devices to impact patient long term care.
Why you should attend:
- Discover the top ten medical and clinical wearables segments that will create key growth opportunities in the Healthcare market by 2020.
- Learn about the role of wearables in care decentralization and its benefitsto different stakeholders.
- Find out the selected Healthcare wearables start-ups to watch and the vendors to focus on.
- Determine how to unlock new revenue streams thanks to a successful service-oriented business model.
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About MedTech Impact:
The goal of MedTech Impact is to help healthcare practitioners and professionals better serve their patients through the use of technology—utilizing devices and products that help track progress, assist with diagnoses, and ultimately support injury and disease prevention. By connecting attendees with the most cutting-edge and innovative scientific research and education, MedTech Impact aims to help clinics, hospitals, and private practitioners protect, build, and enhance the infrastructure of their practices by integrating the most recently developed equipment and technology. For more information, visit www.medtechimpact.com.