Powered by increasing consumer demand for self-monitoring of health issues, the use of wearable technologies designed to collect the data of users' personal health, from homecare and wearables for surgical procedures, is growing exponentially. Girish Sripathi, Wireless Engineer – Philips North America, Patient Monitoring, explores the ways in which the rapid stream of new technologies, including 5G, plays a significant role in the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of some chronic diseases and how miniaturization of electronics is enabling design of more reliable and adaptable wearables.
From diagnostic and imaging technologies to therapeutic applications and robotics to data acquisition and mining, AI technologies have begun to transform almost every corner of the medtech industry. Join a panel of experts in a discussion of what AI and other emerging technologies mean for the development and application of next-gen medical devices, the ways in which AI stands to change the healthcare landscape, and what medtech companies will need to do to adapt. Explore specific AI applications in radiology, surgical robotics, chronic disease, drug discovery and neurological disorders; challenges AI presents for patients, doctors, payers and other stakeholders; and the various ways in which AI can impact the patient experience.