19 January 2023/ 7pm (CET), 1pm (EST), 6pm (BST) / 45 mins

Without a doubt, we can say the future of healthcare revolves around digital health solutions. The digital health sector is one of the most rapidly growing, with a forecasted compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.6% from 2023-2030. There are thousands of startups and companies already providing digital health solutions to healthcare organizations today, with this number growing daily. 

Digital health is a huge industry that covers everything from telehealth services to wearables to electronic health records and more. But how do you know which solutions are right for your organization and will add value? 

Many stakeholders and executives struggle when it comes to assessing whether digital health solutions deliver what they claim to. To help shed light on this complex topic, Dr. Simon Mathews, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine and thought leader for improving care delivery and value through technology, will deep dive into how to best evaluate digital health solutions for your organization

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Agenda

7:00 pm (CET) - Welcome

Dr. Matthew S. Prime, host, Head of Evidence Generation for Roche Information Solutions

7:05 pm (CET) - Keynote from Dr. Simon Mathews

“The rapid growth and evolution of the digital health industry has made the need to identify solutions with real clinical impact more important than ever!”

7:25 pm (CET) - Q&A

Your Questions Answers by Our Expert

7:45 pm (CET) - Closing Remarks

Featuring

Host

Dr. Matthew S. Prime trained as a doctor at University College London. He spent 12 years in clinical practice working as a surgeon in the NHS. He completed his PhD in healthcare policy focused on the enablers & barriers for healthcare innovation at Imperial College London. In 2013 he co-founded a digital health company to digitize care coordination for patients with traumatic injuries. Matt joined Roche in 2018 and today he is the Head of Evidence Generation for Roche Information Solutions. He has published extensively on digital health in the academic literature and is a member of the EU task force on the harmonization of the evaluation of digital medicine.

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Guest Speaker

Dr. Simon Mathews is an experienced physician health technology leader. He has developed new healthcare technologies and has advised healthcare startups, investors, and industry partners. He continues to publish high-impact articles on validating health technology, gastroenterology, and healthcare quality. Dr. Mathews is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine, where he has held a number of health system and hospital roles, including leading clinical innovation efforts at the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. He recently served as Chief Medical Officer at Pager and is a champion and thought leader for improving care delivery and value through technology.

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    Host

    Dr. Matthew S. Prime trained as a doctor at University College London. He spent 12 years in clinical practice working as a surgeon in the NHS. He completed his PhD in healthcare policy focused on the enablers & barriers for healthcare innovation at Imperial College London. In 2013 he co-founded a digital health company to digitize care coordination for patients with traumatic injuries. Matt joined Roche in 2018 and today he is the Head of Evidence Generation for Roche Information Solutions. He has published extensively on digital health in the academic literature and is a member of the EU task force on the harmonization of the evaluation of digital medicine.

  • Dr. Simon MathewsRead more
    Guest Speaker

    Dr. Simon Mathews is an experienced physician health technology leader. He has developed new healthcare technologies and has advised healthcare startups, investors, and industry partners. He continues to publish high-impact articles on validating health technology, gastroenterology, and healthcare quality. Dr. Mathews is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine, where he has held a number of health system and hospital roles, including leading clinical innovation efforts at the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. He recently served as Chief Medical Officer at Pager and is a champion and thought leader for improving care delivery and value through technology.