Health Supernova 2022 Health Supernova 2022

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

- CDT
Lightning Talk | Transforming Home Care Through Machine Learning presented by AWS Web Services, Inc.
Amanda L. Goltz
Amanda L. Goltz
Amazon Web Services, US Healthcare Lead for Worldwide Public Sector Healthcare Venture Capital and Startups

Machine learning and behavioral analytics are transforming patient care in hospitals and clinics. Now, these same technologies are set to transform home care, as well. Through wearable devices and other sensors, ML-driven solutions can analyze data to spot when an individual’s behavior deviates from the norm, flagging providers who can intervene early and take appropriate action. And that’s just the beginning.

Amazon Web Services has been on the forefront of using voice applications to move healthcare out of primary health institutions and into homes. Amanda Goltz will cover how technology is adopted in healthcare, what other industries can learn from those innovations, and why healthcare needs pioneers in AI/ML and robotics. She will also discuss how to focus on prevention — even  when there doesn’t seem to be a strong buyer in today’s healthcare system — and why that strong buyer doesn’t exist. 

- CDT
The Digital Revolution in Healthcare
Smriti Zaneveld
Smriti Zaneveld
Lazarus 3D, President & Founder
Lauren Tyra
Lauren Tyra
Green Park & Golf Ventures, Chief Scientific Officer
Amanda L. Goltz
Amanda L. Goltz
Amazon Web Services, US Healthcare Lead for Worldwide Public Sector Healthcare Venture Capital and Startups
Christy O'Gaughan
Christy O'Gaughan
McKesson, VP of Data and Digital Innovation

You don’t want to miss this Digital Health Track panel. Hear from four visionaries who are thinking — and acting — outside the box to create revolutionary solutions to improve health options and outcomes.

Technology has been the driving force behind unprecedented innovation in patient care. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated this trend and renewed focus on utilizing technology to expand access to care, particularly among underserved and high-risk populations. Hear these visionaries discuss what they and others are doing with AI/machine learning, wearable devices and other sensors, 3D printing, computer vision, and more to help transform patient care in hospitals, clinics, and at home.