Hear key sessions on Wearable devices for monitoring and remote diagnostics

Medical Wearables for Biosensors USA Conference 2021

Medical Wearables for Biosensors USA Conference 2021

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LONDON, LONDON BRIDGE , UNITED KINGDOM, July 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — In light of the global pandemic, experts from academia and industry will discuss the role that biosensors have played in the response against COVID-19 at the upcoming Medical Wearables for Biosensors Conference this October.
You can view the two-day agenda and speaker programme on the event website:
www.biosensors-medical-wear.com/einpr3

WEARABLE DEVICES FOR MONITORING AND REMOTE DIAGNOSTICS

Bringing medical wearables into people’s homes
• What elements do you need to master to operate a medical wearable ecosystem
• An outlook into sustainability and connectivity the meaning of data analyses and illustration
• The business case challenges for new wearable devices
• The next steps for providing increased availability of medical wearables for patients
Andreas Caduff, Strategic Advisory Board, Digital Medicine Society

Connected health value creation
• Connected health and devices examples
• Design thinking and value creation
• Lessons learned, challenges and opportunities
David Braun, Global Head of Connected Health and Devices, Merck Group

Wearable remote patient monitoring to explore brain-heart links
• American Heart Association’s health technologies and innovation initiative
• Examining connections between heart and brain health for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease research
• How AI and computer analytics are being to monitor early behaviours leading to chronic diseases
• How passive data collection can enable more sustainable and diverse studies in the future
Rhoda Au, Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology and Neurology, Boston University School of Medicine
Vijaya Kolachalama, Assistant Professor, Medicine & Computer Science, Boston University School of Medicine

Opportunity and challenges of sensor-based digital outcome assessments in neuroscience
• Current gaps and unmet need in clinical outcome measure / patient monitoring in neurology
• The opportunity to leverage smart sensing and mobile technology
• Biogen’s vision in the future of digital outcome assessments
Christine Guo, Head of Scientific Innovation, Biogen Digital Health, Biogen

Registration is live on the website and a saving of £100 is available for bookings made before 31st August 2021. Register online www.biosensors-medical-wear.com/einpr3

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