The Digital Health Cohort is a collaborative partnership between Asia’s 25 most promising Digital Health startups. Designed with the sole objective to advance and support these exceptional startups, Galen Growth is proud to announce the first-ever Digital Health Cohort Summit.
There has never been a more critical time to focus on collaboration to tackle issues in today’s healthcare system. The Galen Growth Digital Health Cohort Summit 2020 is the destination to hear and learn from these 25 aspiring startups as they discuss and share their insights, strategies and solutions to the healthcare system’s pain points.
We believe that the 25 selected startups possess some of the most promising potential to create societal value for the new normal. Join us for this special three-day virtual event, to find technologies, insights and connections to keep you relevant and ahead for tomorrow.
07 July, 3:00pm – 5:50pm
3:00pm – 3:10pm: Introduction of the Digital Health Cohort Summit 2020
3:10pm – 4:05pm: Digital Health Filling the Gaps in the Delivery of Diagnosis and Care for Oncology
4:05pm – 5:00pm: Digital Biomarkers: An Opportunity to Translate Measurable Health Indicators into Actionable Insights
5:00pm – 5:20pm: Asia Pacific Digital Health Investment Landscape – Half Year 2020
5:20pm – 5:50pm: Debrief Session
08 July, 3:00pm – 5:30pm
3:00pm – 3:05pm: Welcome
3:05pm – 4:00pm: COVID-19 Solutions: Offering Health Systems Sustainable Operating Models in the New Normal
4:00pm – 4:55pm: Teleconsultation and Remote Monitoring: Connecting with Patients Outside of Traditional Healthcare Settings to Improve the Quality of Care
5:00pm – 5:30pm: Debrief Session
09 July, 3:00pm – 5:25pm
3:00pm – 3:05pm: Welcome
3:05pm – 3.55pm: Tackling Women’s Health: When Technology is Solving Important Pain Points, Improving the Lives of Millions of Women, their Children and Community
3:55pm – 4:50pm: Driving Patient Acquisition: New Channels to Engage Patients Across their Digital Patient Journey
4:55pm – 5:25pm: Debrief Session
Digital Health Filling the Gaps in the Delivery of Diagnosis and Care for Oncology
One of the most pressing health issues in our current time is cancer – and the accessibility to treatment has been a major gap in delivering patient care. The lack of access to receive a diagnosis or lack the support and guidance to make a strong recovery is prevailing. Learn from four digital health startups who are here to push for better accessibility to cancer treatment; through advanced tests and platform technology for early detection of cancer cells, greater access to resources, support, and more.
Digital Biomarkers: An Opportunity to Translate Measurable Health Indicators into Actionable Insights
The growth in wearables, smartphones, and smartwatches, is generating huge volumes of information. Digital sensor capabilities are fast evolving, extending data measurement from simple BPM, weight, temperature & sleep patterns, to more sophisticated biomarkers, including blood oxygen, ECG and sweat analysis. As these data sets grow, so does the ability to harness predictive analytics and AI, and power new opportunities in disease management, research, and preventative health. DNA analysis further extends these possibilities into personalised health care. In this session, we explore the future of biomarkers and discuss their growing importance in the provision of healthcare
COVID-19 Solutions: Offering Health Systems Sustainable Operating Models in the New Normal
As medical systems and hospitals around the world fight to contain and manage the increased demand for healthcare amidst the COVID-19 situation, numerous digital health startups are lending a helping hand. Solutions ranging from Anti-COVID Home Monitoring Kits to platforms that advance COVID-19 remote triaging and tracking. Learn how these startups are aiding governments, hospitals, businesses and individuals cope with the rapid transformations and build business strategies adapted for the New Normal.
Teleconsultation and Remote Monitoring: Connecting with Patients Outside of Traditional Healthcare Settings to Improve the Quality of Care
The global pandemic has caused a major rise in adoption of teleconsultation and remote monitoring solutions which have demonstrated success in reducing the geographical and time obstacles incurred in the receipt of care in traditional modalities with greater effectiveness. With people in self-quarantine and social distancing assuming importance in limiting community spreads, policymakers were urged to understand how digital health solutions can play a pivotal role in screening both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients. Not only for primary care but especially for chronic care remote digital health solutions have great potential for considerable economic benefits imparted to patients by reducing socioeconomic barriers related to cost and access, and increasing uptake of services, thereby enabling early intervention and long-term care.
Dr Ron Tenenbaum
CEO & Co-Founder, The Clinician
Tackling Women’s Health: When Technology is Solving Important Pain Points, Improving the Lives of Millions of Women, their Children and Community
Approximately 810 women lose their lives daily from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. More can be done to lower this number and to improve maternity and fetal care across all regions – especially those that lack quality healthcare. With digital health startups creating cutting-edge informational and computational technologies, learn how these solutions are fighting to improve the lives of millions of women, their children and the community.
Driving Patient Acquisition: New Channels to Engage Patients Across Their Digital Patient Journey
The rise of the digital transformation allowed the creation of revolutionary solutions that can remodel the patient journey. Platforms that are host to an abundance of resources and programs that can actively engage patients are now available. Understand how these digital health startups are creating innovative channels and platforms to engage their patients and users, effectively benefiting their patient journey.
Bonus Track: Asia Pacific Digital Health Investment Landscape – Half Year 2020
Is Asia Pacific Digital Health funding in a bear market or did the pandemic help keep the momentum in the first half of the year? Join us to be the first to hear new key findings and trends in this exclusive preview of Galen Growth’s Asia Pacific HealthTech Investment Landscape – Half Year 2020 report.