Conference
Date: March 1, 2016

Digital Health Series

female doctor using a computing tablet

Can Indiana get healthier through technology?

The amount of information about you, your habits, and your health that is stored by various places you visit might surprise you. Whether it’s the grocery store, gym, bike-share service, family doctor or pharmacy, databases around town could offer you a remarkably clear picture of your personal health — if they were unified.

Could Indy create a personalized healthcare platform that individuals, health providers, and insurance companies could access? That was the hot topic at the second workshop in the “Indiana’s Opportunities to Lead in Digital Health” series.

This digital health series is sponsored by Ice Miller; and organized by Regenstrief Institute, hc1.com, and TechPoint. It leverages Indiana’s innovative healthcare information technology community, fostering innovative dialogue and strengthening industry connections between leading researchers, users and suppliers. The final sold-out workshop in the series is coming up in March, but TechPoint will be coordinating with the sponsors and partners to continue sharing information and developments from the events at techpoint.org.

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