Welcome José Morey, MD as our Next Featured Speaker!

José is considered the first Intergalactic Doctor and is often featured in Forbes, Univision, CNBC and NASA360.  His expertise in big data and innovation has made him a sought-after consultant in many industries.  As Chief Medical Innovation Officer for Liberty BioSecurity, he helps drive innovation in genetic intelligence national defense, biotechnology, precision medicine and augmented human performance.  Dr. Morey has previously worked with IBM Watson Health as their Associated Chief Health Officer where he helped develop global AI medical technologies.  In addition to all this, he also sits on several AI advisory boards, has a seat on the Informatics Leadership Council for the American College of Radiology, is a Senior Advisor with the NASA Space Breathing Initiative and is a Special Advisor with the White House Office of Science and Technology Kaggle CORD19 Project.

As you can see, Dr. José Morey has a ton of knowledge to share with us.  Sign up today, you don’t want to miss this.

Here are a few links to some of his recently published work.

Featured Speaker: Dave Schoolcraft

Welcome Dave to the Digital Health Law + Policy Matters Conference Series!

Dave Schoolcraft has worked for more than 20 years at the intersection of healthcare, law and technology. He is a partner and leader of the Digital Health Team at Ogden Murphy Wallace in Seattle. He provides strategic guidance to healthcare provider organizations and technology companies seeking to drive health system transformation. Dave has a national practice advising clients on technology licensing, data governance, health information privacy and security issues. Dave received his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Washington. He received his law degree, cum laude, from Seattle University, where he was an associate editor of the Law Review.

Digital Health Law + Policy Matters Conference Series Introduced

In the last 5 months we have seen more legal and policy developments impacting the digital health ecosystem than we have in the last 10 years!

It has been challenging to keep up with the number of developments since March: from the final rules under the 21st Century Cures Act to the funding in the Cures Act and regulatory changes accelerating the adoption of telemedicine and virtual care delivery models.

The COVID-19 pandemic imposed immediate change on our health care system at a time when we were just beginning to realize the return on the federal investment in IT infrastructure that was a byproduct of the financial crisis and passage of the HITECH Act in 2009.

All this and the rate of change is more likely to increase than slow down over the next few years.

In response, The Digital Health Group is creating a series of online events designed to help you “accelerate out of the curve” and get up to speed on these important legal and policy developments.

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