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The Digital Health Revolution: the impact on patients, life sciences and healthcare.

October 3, 2020
Borderless Leadership

Join Borderless Live this coming Wednesday, in conversation with Naomi Fried, Ph.D. Founder, and CEO of Health Innovation Strategies,

An innovator and digital health thought-leader, Naomi brings clarity and fresh perspectives to the digital health revolution and where it’s headed.

Naomi will stress the four key digital trends that will impact every participant along the health care value chain.

Naomi advises large healthcare organizations on their innovation programs and digital health strategies based on a wealth of expertise as the first VP of Innovation and External Partnerships at Biogen and earlier as the first Chief Innovation Officer at Boston Children’s Hospital.

If you participate at any point in the healthcare value chain, this is a session not to miss.

Source: Borderless Live

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