Privacy in Digital Health
Today, everyone needs to understand that there is no digital health without sacrificing a part of our privacy. The advanced technologies fueling the transformation cannot improve without our data; and without it, they can’t be implemented as part of regular medical care. And COVID-19 has only made things worse.
In this e-Book, we defined the three cornerstones of privacy of every privacy discussion going forward: the traditional, the new and the future spheres that deal with your health data, and put forward recommendations on how you can start protecting yourself.
Digital Health And The Fight Against The COVID-19 Pandemic
We would like to contribute to the fight against COVID-19 with a free e-book. We have done a lot of research to present the topic in a comprehensive and easily accessible format. You will find up-to-date, reliable information about the latest innovations, technologies, and trends in the context of COVID-19, and the best examples of 14 digital health technologies already sent to the battle successfully.
Top Trends in Digital Health in 2020
The digital health trends to watch in 2020: What global trends are shaping the year ahead and are expected to have the biggest impact on healthcare? Read our predictions about national digital health strategies, 5G, Amazon’s and Google’s march into healthcare and more.
A Guide to Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
Can we stay human in the age of A.I.? To go even further, can we grow in humanity, can we shape a more humane, more equitable and sustainable healthcare?
Our e-book aims to prepare healthcare and medical professionals for the era of human-machine collaboration. Read The Medical Futurist’s guide to understanding, anticipating and controlling artificial intelligence.
Top 100 Digital Health Companies Addressing Real-World Needs
What does it take for a company to remain a significant player on the digital health market? We found that if a venture, start-up, or enterprise comes up with a solution that addresses a real-world need, it will definitely find its place on the market for many years. Meet the top 100 companies that are making a difference in digital health!
The Technological Future of Medical Specialties
In this e-book we specify in detail how the appearance of artificial intelligence, sensors, wearables, VR/AR or robots affect each medical specialty in order to be able to discern what skills physicians will need in the future. We aim to show how physicians of the various professions can successfully prepare for the sweeping changes coming with the waves of technology.
Tech Giants in Healthcare
This comprehensive guide, Tech Giants in Healthcare, clarifies how and why big tech companies step into healthcare, and breaks it down from one market player to the other in what direction they are going, what tools they are using and what horizons they have in front of them. With a COVID-19 special edition now!
The Guide to the Future of Medicine
The Guide to the Future of Medicine provides an eye-opening, reassuring and accessible roadmap to tomorrow’s potential. By preparing for the inevitable waves of change, you can make informed decisions about how technology will shape your personal well-being or your business environment, and stay healthy and afloat amidst the waves of change.
Technologies Shaping the Future of Pharma
We designed this e-book to serve as a collection of relevant examples, best practices and exciting ideas that can help any pharmaceutical company prepare for change. Many pharma companies have been trying to hop on the “digital train”. This e-book was meant to prove that instead of a train of innovation, stakeholders should think in terms of spaceships and while there is still time to embrace digital health and patient empowerment, those that do it faster will get exponentially ahead of their competitors.
The 40 Most Exciting Questions About The Future of Healthcare
Dr. Bertalan Mesko, PhD answers the 40 most exciting questions about the present and future of health technology. Just a few examples to thrill you: Will technology make managing diabetes easier? How can we use wearables today to exercise more, sleep better and decrease anxiety? Can 3D printed organs ever make donor waiting lists redundant? Should doctors be replaced by artificial intelligence and surgical robots?