We all have our own healthcare story - whether managing a chronic condition or helping a loved one navigate an illness. It’s often during this journey that you experience firsthand how difficult it is to gain access to the health data and information that give patients and caregivers a full picture of one's health.
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Today, I’m excited to share that doc.ai has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place.
doc.ai was founded with the bold mission of unlocking the value of real world data from research to care. We’ve worked on breaking down data silos in healthcare ultimately increasing the pace of innovation and creating pathways to better health outcomes.
Mid-November, some of the best minds transforming the healthcare experience in real life and real-time met at the 7th Annual emids Healthcare Summit. This year, the summit focused on making digital health doable at an unprecedented pace and scale.
It’s time to become an expert for the survival of your business.
Since I co-founded doc.ai, I have spent a lot of time talking with business leaders from the healthcare industry, but with the arrival of the pandemic my conversations have expanded to leaders and CEOs outside of healthcare, from all industries.
Much like any other industry in the modern world, the healthcare industry is growing rapidly with health data doubling every 73 days.
There seems to be a consensus nowadays that medical information in the United States doubles every 73 days estimated to arrive at hefty 2.3 zettabytes (ZB) by 2020. But even these optimistic calculations do not take into account what happened this month when Google announced “Towards Federated Learning At Scale: System Design” and happily said:
Review of Eric Topol's upcoming "Deep Medicine"
For his third book, Eric Topol produced a time capsule for Deep Medicine AD 2019: a particular time in the history of healthcare when everything was still possible, but we had to make a choice.