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Here's a short article that encapsulates Matthew’s views and insights on health access in America and how digital health systems can help us understand Social Determinants of Health and their potential in providing underserved people with better access to quality healthcare.read more
The use of mobile technologies to achieve health objectives (mHealth) has the potential to transform health service delivery across the US. Remote care solutions are changing patient-provider relationships, and dramatically promoting better health outcomes. Find out how OSP's custom mHealth and Telehealth solutions paved the way for the providers to engage patients and offer the best quality care delivery.download now
Matthew Holt, the co-founder of the Health 2.0 conferences (now part of HIMSS), founder of 'The Health Care Blog' and SMACK.health advisory service, a generalist forecaster, and strategist, has been in health care IT for nearly 30 years. He has worked for renowned forecasting (IFTF) and polling (Harris) organizations, conducted several in-depth studies about many aspects of healthcare and delivered several keynote addresses worldwide. He helps health tech CEOs of startups grow their companies by helping them navigate the healthcare world. He is also a board member for the Society for Participatory Medicine and is on the Board of Directors of YTH.
With a career spanning over 47 years, Nicholas Bucciarelli brings his well-rounded, multidisciplinary experience in research and development of advanced technologies and strategies. His proven ability to frame a product's vision, structure, and disruptive technologies deliver perpetual growth and expansion.
Nick has played a long list of roles as AI Strategist, Bioinformatics expert, Clinical Solutions Architect, CIO, and renowned companies like Oracle, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Kodak, and eClinicalWorks. For the last four decades, witnessing health tech transformations, Nick's advanced tech expertise, boosts OSP's advancement in healthcare technology.