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Four Themes To Be Discussed At The Health 2.0 Conference

The Health 2.0 Conference will unite some of the leading voices in the healthcare sector in Las Vegas and Dubai in 2022. With pharma leaders, representatives from medical devices firms, MedTech technology firms, researchers, consultants, policymakers, and investors in attendance at our post-COVID healthcare event, our platform will serve as a hub of new ideas and solutions that have the potential to herald a new era in the healthcare sector.

Our upcoming edition will review emerging trends, strategies to improve patient outcomes as well as new drug development policies and methods. Let’s take a quick look at some of the themes which will gain prominence at the Health 2.0 Conference:

Focus on collaborations

The pandemic necessitated that doctors, pharma companies, MedTech suppliers as well as bioscientists work together in order to find a way out of the crisis. The result? A revolutionary shift from working in isolated silos to a more collaborative atmosphere where rapid developments became possible.

Not only did it lead to more opportunities, funding models as well as the union of different services for the benefit of patients, it also showed us how the current healthcare model could be optimized through more frequent and seamless communication between practitioners, drug developers, and entrepreneurs. Because of this radical change, novel treatment methods went from concept to reality within the course of a few weeks.

At the Health 2.0 Conference, we will provide a platform to individuals and firms looking to foster meaningful relationships with peers and also take a deep dive into the ways and means through which we can bring the community together to enhance the entire healthcare ecosystem.

Better use of data

With COVID-19 being a new viral disease, they had to bank upon information acquired in real-time to find solutions to curb its spread. This led to better monetization and increased accessibility to existing data which in turn, resulted in innovations. The use of clinical and patient data inevitably helped in drug discovery and also shaped COVID-19 treatment models.

Healthcare practitioners and pharma players often have unrestricted access to valuable data, including firsthand information from patients as well as from non-clinical sources. The need of the hour is to ensure that the right kind of data is available to practitioners as per their needs which can be made possible through data exchange and sharing platforms. Therefore, we will highlight strategies, techniques as well as new technologies that can help them make the most out of existing datasets.

Consumer-centric care

The digital revolution ushered in an era of consumerization of healthcare and there is no looking back now. Patients are equipped with more knowledge regarding therapeutic models and they are actively seeking out providers of personalized care. Therefore, rather than focusing on the healthcare and wellness market in its entirety, it has become absolutely essential for service providers to study and assess the needs of individual customers and their needs.

To meet their expectations, healthcare practitioners must constantly update themselves and pharma leaders must walk the extra mile to come up with tailored medications meant to target specific health issues of individuals. Given the criticality of the subject, we will be discussing this in greater detail in our upcoming edition.

The rise of telehealth

The safest way to access healthcare services during the pandemic was through video calls and messages. Naturally, this led to a tremendous increase of interest in companies that helped connect patients and practitioners through their telehealth services. Here, it is important to remember that this is not a passing trend. The popularity of telehealth will only continue to grow because it offers easy access, is convenient and also ensures that patients get timely guidance.

 

To learn more about where the healthcare sector is heading, do register for our premier healthcare event in Las Vegas and Dubai!

shivani

A valuable member of the Health 2.0 Conference team, Shivani Verma is enthusiastic about keeping herself updated on the latest developments in healthcare and wellness. She walks the extra mile to acquire information around MedTech wearables, fraud identification, AI in healthcare, and how to spot fake and spam health insurance schemes. She swears by yoga and is an avid movie buff.