In the rapidly evolving digital health care landscape, remote patient monitoring presents a unique opportunity to improve patients’ health outcomes while reducing costs. However, the introduction of these technologies begs questions about appropriate regulation, payment, privacy, and equitable access. Policymakers are faced with the difficult task of setting boundaries for these devices, even as their full potential is not entirely clear.
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center and the Peterson Center on Healthcare on January 25 for a virtual discussion about remote patient monitoring and how policymakers can develop appropriate guardrails for these emerging technologies without stifling innovation.
Julia Harris | Associate Director, BPC
Caroline Pearson | Exec. Director, Peterson Center on Healthcare
Devin Mann | Director, Digital Health Innovation, NYU
Ateev Mehrotra | Professor, Harvard Medical School
Brendan O’Leary | Former Dep. Director, FDA Digital Health
Cara Tenenbaum | Founder, Strathmore Health Strategy
Anuja Vaidya | Senior Editor, mHealthIntelligence (Moderator)
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