Podcast: Health Tech in the 2010s and Beyond

Samara Rosenfeld
JANUARY 07, 2020


Over the last decade, technology in healthcare has made incredible strides. From AI outperforming human experts to smartwatches that monitor a patient's heartbeat, it’s safe to say that the digitization of healthcare is improving outcomes and experiences. 

On this episode of Data Book, Shereese Maynard, M.S., MBA, a healthcare strategist and key opinion leader, discusses the technologies that influenced the last 10 years and makes projections on what the industry might expect in the future. Maynard also provides opinions about some past disappointments and the technologies and ideas she thought she would see but have not yet come to fruition.

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