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Digital Paths to Improve Human Health
joint with Drug Development in the Digital Age
Scientific Organizers: Calum A. MacRae and Miah Wander
Date: April 05 - 08, 2021
Location: Snowbird Resort, Snowbird, UT, USA
Supported by the Directors' Fund
Summary of Meeting:
The penetration of digital technologies and the accompanying analytic methods into healthcare have the potential to transform every aspect of the biomedical enterprise, but require reimagination of approaches to data collection/ingestion, data flow, analysis and pragmatic execution. The meeting will explore some of the fundamental discrete challenges in discovery, translation, innovation and care. We will directly explore: 1) Rigorous approaches to data collection or data ingestion for biomedicine, 2) Methods for the assessment, positioning and regulation of novel devices in the healthcare ecosystem, 3) Creating the integrative infrastructure and convergent ecosystem necessary for the digital transformation of healthcare. The meeting will bring individuals from traditional healthcare and biomedical science, data science and analytics, device development (including wearables and domestic devices), regulatory science, payers, as well as those from retail, tech and other non-traditional industries. The central goal of the meeting will be to outline the intellectual, infrastructural and cultural underpinnings necessary to ensure rigorous scientific basis for the digital paths to health-as exemplified in the joint sessions on the use of AI in Drug Discovery.

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