The digital health space had a strong start to 2020 with two of the industry’s largest conferences leading the conversation on what’s to come for digital health companies, deals, products and the regulatory outlook in the coming year. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) launched its Digital Health programming track in Las Vegas this year and the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference continued to bring thousands of healthcare investors from numerous sectors together in San Francisco.
On this episode of the Of Digital Interest podcast, McDermott partners Sarah Hogan and Dale Van Demark share their takeaways from the conferences, where they were on the ground and moderating discussions. This episode explores:
The role of digital therapeutics in the digital health marketplace
The role of the consumer in digital health adoption
Forward-looking thoughts on digital health collaborations
The importance of data, privacy and trust for the future of digital health solutions