Connected health telemetry solutions provide the ability for healthcare customers to adopt a standardized data telemetry solution that is secure, regulatory compliant, scalable and cost-effective. A good connected health telemetry solution should be designed to allow customers to quickly incorporate the data telemetry component into their overall healthcare use case, allowing their resources to focus on their unique differentiation and value proposition.
However, orchestrating the telemetry data from patients, medical devices and sensors can be challenging. Most connected health providers are forced to develop their own telemetry solution, when in fact, their real expertise is developing the analytics, workflow, care delivery optimization and use of the data to improve patient care and outcomes. The data telemetry component in healthcare is complex, highly regulated, difficult to scale and the current economics can be a barrier to market.
During this webinar, featured speakers will look at how connected health telemetry solutions can provide integrated device management, secure Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) pairing of medical sensors with the gateway, secure data routing to a compliant cloud and a temporary data repository that easily integrates connected health data into all applications.
Register for this webinar to learn why key stakeholders are increasingly adopting connected health telemetry solutions, and how to overcome some of the most common challenges.
Bryan Lubel, EVP, Connected Health, KORE Wireless
Bryan is the Executive Vice President of Connected Health at KORE. KORE Connected Health connects customers with the design, management, and growth of their IoT connected health solutions. Prior to joining the KORE team, he served as president of Integron for 12 years. Bryan previously served as President & CEO for a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox Corp. He has 30+ years of general management, sales, marketing, and system design experience. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from the State University of New York, and has studied at Ohio State University, as well as Laval University in Québec City, Canada.
Jeremy Wyatt, Chief Executive Officer, Actigraph
Jeremy Wyatt has held progressive leadership roles at ActiGraph since its inception in 2004. He led both the company’s hardware engineering and software development teams and served as the Chief Technology Officer until his appointment as Chief Executive Officer in May 2020.
With two decades of embedded hardware systems development and related cloud technology expertise, Jeremy has a uniquely well-rounded perspective on the challenges and opportunities of deploying wearable technologies to capture accurate and meaningful patient data. He is considered an industry thought leader and expert in the clinical biosensor space and is a frequent representative and contributor at clinical drug development commercial events, scientific consortiums, and FDA/EMA regulatory meetings.
Jeremy is a member and contributor to the Digital Medicine (DiMe) Society and participates in various digital biomarker efforts with the Clinical Trial Transformation Initiative (CTTI). He has an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Florida and an MBA from the University of West Florida.
Nathan Noakes, Solutions Architect & Program Director, Parexel
Mr. Noakes has worked for Parexel for 7 years, and within the industry for 13 years. At Parexel, this has covered project and product management of technology solutions across connected devices, mobile applications and platform development including IRT and eCOA, amongst others. Prior to Parexel, Mr. Noakes oversaw the distribution and logistics of investigational medicinal product and medical devices for a large contract research organisation. These skills have been applied within the life sciences and health care industries through working with and for clinical trial sponsors, CROs and technology partners. Mr. Noakes holds the position of Solution Architect & Program Director within Parexel’s Scientific Data Organization, a team that brings innovation to clinical trials by utilizing wearable and connected devices, and real-world data.
Who Should Attend?
- Remote patient monitoring providers
- Clinical research companies
- Care delivery platforms (diagnosis kit aggregators)
- Medical Device Start-ups & Innovators
- Medical Device CEO, CTO, COO
- MedTech VCs
- Medical Device Product Managers
- Medical Affairs Associate/Manager/Director
- Medical Device Hubs, Accelerators
- Executives of University Technology Transfer Office
What You Will Learn
- Why provider networks, medical device/therapy original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and clinical research organizations are accelerating connected health adoption
- Common challenges for connected health solutions
- Deploying, managing and scaling connected health initiatives
KORE is a pioneer, leader, and trusted advisor delivering mission critical IoT solutions and services. We empower organizations of all sizes to improve operational and business results by simplifying the complexity of IoT. Our deep IoT knowledge and experience, global reach, purpose-built solutions, and deployment agility accelerate and materially impact our customers’ business outcomes. Regulatory compliant and registered, KORE IoT Managed Services for connected health ensures seamless lifecycle deployment and management of healthcare solutions for key segments within the industry. For more information, visit http://www.korewireless.com.
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