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Contact Tracing Applications and Technologies Beyond COVID-19 – Re-Think Health

Contact Tracing Applications and Technologies Beyond COVID-19 – Re-Think Health

December 28, 2020

Contact tracing technologies and applications (CTT/CTAs) have become a great focus in the new norm of COVID-19. There are many ethical and validation challenges surrounding the uses of these technologies which have been in play before the pandemic and will continue after.

Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare Life Sciences (HLS) Practice Lead at IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA), interviews Ali Hessami, Innovation Director at Vegas Global Systems LTD and Chair and Technical Editor for IEEE P7000 Standards, about ethical considerations on contact tracing technologies and applications in order to mitigate spread of the pandemic and protect personal privacy and public.

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Establishing a Standard of Quality in Digital Therapeutics – Re-Think Health

Establishing a Standard of Quality in Digital Therapeutics – Re-Think Health

December 21, 2020

Digital therapeutics are growing in popularity for patients. Combining science and technology creates a double-edge sword including one how to best establish quality and trust in the safety and efficacy of patients.

Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare Life Sciences (HLS) Practice Lead at IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA), Michael Ambrose, Director of Product Quality and Analytical Process at USP about establishing standards in digital therapeutics to assure quality and build trust with patients -- the core of the healthcare ecosystem.

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Taking a Stand - Moving Medical Wearables Beyond Monitoring – Re-Think Health

Taking a Stand - Moving Medical Wearables Beyond Monitoring – Re-Think Health

December 15, 2020

In an effort to enhance clinical research, Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare & Life Sciences (HLS) Practice Lead at the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA), interviews Jennifer Goldsack, Executive Director of Digital Medicine Society (DiME) to explore the need for bringing together pharmaceutical clinical researchers and technologists to compel device makers to embrace and develop open source and compatible technologies.

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Decentralizing Clinical Trials – Removing the Pain in Enhancing Patient Care - Re-Think Health

Decentralizing Clinical Trials – Removing the Pain in Enhancing Patient Care - Re-Think Health

December 8, 2020

Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare & Life Sciences (HLS) Practice Lead at the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA), interviews Walter De Brouwer, CEO & Founder of Doc.ai and Chair of the IEEE SA Technology and Data Harmonization for Enabling Decentralized Clinical Trials Industry Connections (IC) Program to discuss decentralizing clinical trials, addressing remote health challenges during COVID-19, and how to engage in the IC program.

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BioCompute - Open and Connected Gene Communication - Re-Think Health

BioCompute - Open and Connected Gene Communication - Re-Think Health

December 1, 2020

The newly released IEEE 2791-2020 Standard for Bioinformatics Analyses Generated by High-Throughput Sequencing (HTS) facilitates an expedited bioinformatics communications exchange protocol amongst critical stakeholders in the clinical research phase.

Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare and Life Sciences (HLS) Practice Lead at IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA), interviews Raja Mazumder and Jonathon Keeney to shine a spotlight on the many different use cases from submissions for FDA regulatory review, to potential COVID-19 antibody research and other vaccine and infectious disease development applications.

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IEEE Blockchain Podcast Series – Dr. Bryant Gilot, MD, Part 1

IEEE Blockchain Podcast Series – Dr. Bryant Gilot, MD, Part 1

August 14, 2020

In the inaugural edition of the “IEEE Blockchain Podcast Series,” Alpesh Shah, Sr. Director, Global Business Strategy and Intelligence for IEEE, sits down with Dr. Bryant Gilot, MD, CMO of Blockchain Health Co., to discuss on what blockchain is, the practical applications on how it can be used, and what is needed to get us there.

Alpesh and Bryant will discuss the impact blockchain technologies will have on 21st century problems such as healthcare management, how the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may impact blockchain, and the ethical concerns of implementing blockchain.

Part 1 (10:34)
Dr. Bryant Gilot, MD and Blockchain Introduction

Expanding Bench-to-Bedside Research with Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning
Meet the IEEE Blockchain for Clinical Trials Whiteboard Challenge Winner
Leveraging Blockchain for Clinical Trials / Research

Leveraging Blockchain for Clinical Trials / Research

January 31, 2018

Groundbreaking Technology Key for Improving Clinical Studies, Unlocking and Securing Data and Enhancing Patient Safety and Engagement. Learn more about the Blockchain for Clinical Trials Forum.

IEEE Blockchain Podcast Series - BlockRx

IEEE Blockchain Podcast Series - BlockRx

October 13, 2017

Counterfeit medicine is a rapidly rising global epidemic. The size and scope of the issue are reaching a point where the World Health Organization can only roughly estimate that the number of counterfeit meds in the market range from 10-30%. In this latest Blockchain Podcast Series episode, you’ll hear from Carlos Sanchez and Robert Panetta from BlockRx on how the BlockRx Pharma ecosystem is addressing this issue.

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